DES MOINES, Iowa – A state disaster proclamation has been issued for Butler County.
Governor Kim Reynolds is issuing the proclamation in response to severe storm activity that started on September 19.
The Governor’s action will authorize state resources for disaster response and recovery and activates the Iowa Individual Assistance Grant Program for qualifying residents, along with the Disaster Case Management Program.
The Individual Assistance Grant Program provides grants of up to $5,000 for households with incomes up to 200 percent of the federal poverty level or a maximum annual income of $41,560 for a family of three. The grant application and instructions are available on the Iowa Department of Human Services website. Potential applicants have 45 days from the date of the proclamation to submit a claim.
Disaster Case Management is a program to address serious needs to overcome a disaster-related hardship, injury or adverse condition. Disaster case managers work with clients to create a disaster recovery plan and provide guidance, advice and referral to obtain a service or resource. It closes 180 days from the date of the governor's proclamation. For information on the Disaster Case Management Program, contact your local community action association or visit www.iowacommunityaction.org.
Iowans impacted by the recent severe weather are asked to report damage to help local and state officials better understand the damage sustained.
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