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Revision 20-1; Effective June 1, 2020
The following changes were made:
|10110||Serious Need and Necessary Expense||Clarifies “serious need” and “necessary expense.”|
|10210.9||Medical and Dental Guidelines||Updates financial assistance provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to individuals and households with medical or dental expenses caused by a disaster. Adds mental health services and ADA service animals also considered eligible expenses.|
|10210.10||Funeral Guidelines||Changes the maximum allowance for funerals from $6,500 to $9,000 per death. Adds definitions for funeral assistance key terms. Clarifies conditions of eligibility and required documentation.|
|10210.11||Personal Property Guidelines||Updates FEMA assistance and conditions applicants must meet for eligibility.|
|10210.11.1||Stored Personal Property||Adds a new section for damaged personal property items in storage at the time of a disaster.|
|10210.12||Transportation Guidelines||Updates transportation repair and transportation replacement that may be awarded, not to exceed $9,000 per vehicle. Adds considerations for second vehicles and gifted vehicles.|
|10210.13||Moving and Storage Guidelines||Updates assistance for disaster-related moving and storage of essential personal property following a disaster event.|
|10210.14||Child Care Guidelines||Clarifies the maximum amount of assistance for child care.|
|10210.15||Miscellaneous Expenses Guidelines||Updates FEMA financial assistance for certain disaster-caused miscellaneous expenses.|
|10210.16||Critical Needs Assistance (CNA)||Updates FEMA financial assistance to applicants who have immediate or critical needs because they are displaced from their primary dwelling.|