UPDATE 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019 - The deadline to submit right-of-entry forms has been extended to Feb. 15.
Additionally, the deadline for FEMA disaster assistance and to apply for an SBA loan has also been extended to Feb. 15.
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BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - If you want disaster assistance through FEMA - the deadline to register is Thursday, Jan. 31.
So homeowners, renters, business owners impacted by the Camp Fire, this is for you.
Including to Hill & Woolsey Fires in Southern California, FEMA has received 26,000 applications.
Survivors say if you haven't signed up yet if you don't think you'll qualify, or you're afraid of a long wait - just try!
"Everybody has been interested in helping and compassionate and they have as many people in there as they can to help with the lines move as quick as possible and they want to make sure you have every "i" dotted and "t" crossed. But, they're really interested in helping and making sure you have the support you need to get that done," said survivor Ryan Soulsby.
This federal grant money can cover temporary housing, home repairs, replacement of personal property and other serious disaster-related needs.
The money is not taxable and taking it does not affect eligibility for federal and state programs like Medicare and Social Security.
Remember, today's also the last day to sign up for an SBA loan and Phase 2 Debris Cleanup.
- Right-of-Entry Deadline Extended
- Camp Fire FEMA Assistance Deadline Extended
- Registration Deadline for FEMA Assistance Extended
- Tax deadline extended for wildfire victims
- Right-of-Entry Center Opens Dec. 10
- 2017 Holiday Shipping Deadlines
- 2018 Holiday Shipping Deadlines
- Debris Removal Deadlines Approaching
- Burn season extended in Redding
- Separated Families: Reunification Deadline Passes