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Posted: 5:22 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
By Sarah Thompson
Jacksonville, FL —
It's more help for those of you still dealing with the effects of Hurricane Matthew.A disaster declaration from President Obama has been amended to now allow families impacted by the storm in St. Johns and Putnam counties to get individual assistance from FEMA.
STORY:Relief grant available for homeowners in Duval CountyThe declaration made on October 8th previously included only Volusia and Flagler counties.Families looking for assistance can get help on everything from finding temporary housing to help getting a small business loan.You can find more information about getting individual assistance on DisasterAssistance.gov.
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