Sept. 3, 2016
NEWS DESK: 225-382-1607
Visit Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, FEMA Websites for Disaster Assistance Information
The Governor’s Office of Homeland Security (GOHSEP) and FEMA websites have the latest information to assist survivors of Louisiana’s recent severe storms and floods. News releases, fact sheets, graphics and other helpful materials are available to guide survivors in their recoveries and give the news media and local officials important information to pass along to their readers, viewers and listeners.
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