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Who Can Help
Image Firefighters
Courtesy of NM State Forestry. Photo by Todd Haines.
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Image Communication about Wildfire
Courtesy of the US Forest Service.
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Image image/x-icon Firefighter in New Mexico
Courtesy of New Mexico State Forestry. Photo by Dan Ware.
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Who Can Help?
This section describes many of the programs and services provided by agencies and non-profits for communities and individuals who have been affected by wildfire. When large wildfires affect an entire community, there are usually public meetings where agency personnel provide current information on services and programs available. Please be aware that programs and funding levels can change from year to year, and assistance may not always be available. Also, it is important to consider the timeline for different types of assistance and other key points before deciding which program or grants best match your needs or the needs of your community. You may also find additional assistance that is offered by community volunteers and local organizations that are not included here. Local volunteers and organizations can often mobilize quickly to provide services such as moving and sheltering livestock or pets, providing household supplies to fire victims, and meeting other needs not met by the major agencies and organizations.
File US Army Corps of Engineers Program PDF Pages USACE Section 1135
This fact sheets outline the USDA programs described in the Who Can Help - Communities section. This pdf contains more information on the US Army Corps of Engineers CAP program on Project Modification for Improvement to the Environment.
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File US Army Corps of Engineers Program PDF Pages USACE Section 14
This fact sheets outline the USDA programs described in the Who Can Help - Communities section. Information on the CAP Program Section 14 about Emergency Stream bank and Shoreline Erosion Protection.
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File US Army Corps of Engineers Program PDF Pages USACE Section 204
Fact Sheet on USACE Section 204 of the Continuing Authorities Program (CAP) used to provide comprehensive State or regional sediment management planning assistance.
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File US Army Corps of Engineers Program PDF Pages USACE Section 206
Fact Sheet on USACE Section 206 of the Continuing Authorities Program (CAP) on Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration.
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File FEMA: Fire Management Assistance Grant Program Guide
This guide describes the FMAG Program basic provisions, application procedures, and other related program guidance. The guide should be used by elected leaders, emergency managers, public works directors, financial management personnel, and other individuals who have the responsibility for responding to wildfires.
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