Applicants who disagree with FEMA decisions have the option to submit an appeal letter with additional documentation to have their case reconsidered. The appeal should include a letter explaining what they are appealing, be signed and dated, and include supporting documentation, such as a copy of a verifiable contractor’s estimate.
Ways to File an Appeal:
Appeals should be submitted 60 days after the initial decision:
Read the full press release on understanding your options following a FEMA decision.
For assistance with an appeal or for unmet needs from the flood, call Disaster Case Manager, Carla Long, at 989-598-4315, or call 2-1-1.
How to Help
The Gladwin County Community Foundation has established the Gladwin County Relief Fund. Click here to donate. If you are from an organization wanting the funds to be used for a specific purpose or geographic region, this must be noted with your donation.
Funds will be distributed from the Foundation to Mid Michigan Community Action Agency. Funds will be distributed by MMCAA through the Funding Committee at the Gladwin Long Term Recovery Group.
Those interested in volunteering in Midland County can sign up for volunteers alerts with the United Way of Midland County.
Individuals and groups interested in volunteering to help with reconstruction efforts should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No special knowledge is required to volunteer, but skilled laborers will be necessary for certain aspects of reconstruction.
Organizations and businesses interested in adopting a house in need of assistance should email email@example.com.
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