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Resources

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity for All brochure

This brochure explains the classes protected by the Fair Housing Act, what housing is covered and what is prohibited.  It also explains the complaint process and provides contact information for Regional Offices.

 

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APA Missouri Resources

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USDA Resource Guide to Help Rural Communities Seeking Disaster Resiliency and Recovery Assistance >>

The resource guide outlines USDA Rural Development (RD) programs and services that can help rural residents, businesses and communities impacted by disasters and support long-term planning and recovery efforts. A resource matrix categorizes RD programs that can support preparedness and recovery through four key assistance types: housing assistance, and community and economic development planning;
infrastructure and equipment financing; industry, entrepreneurship and local business development; and education and training.


The guide also includes information on technical assistance providers and other federal agencies that work with USDA to support rural communities in disaster planning and recovery efforts. It features examples of how customers have used USDA programs to support their recovery efforts.

 

The Nature Conservancy Has released a New Guidebook That Helps Communities Tap Into FEMA Hazard Mitigation Funding >>

"The Nature Conservancy has released a new guidebook that helps communities tap into FEMA Hazard Mitigation Funding for nature-based solutions that help reduce the risks of flooding and wildfire. The new guidebook, titled “Promoting Nature-Based Hazard Mitigation through FEMA Mitigation Grants” includes an overview of FEMA funding opportunities for hazard mitigation, various types of nature-based solutions mitigation techniques (or options), guidance on how to quantify benefits from nature-based solutions, tips for successful grant applications, case studies and more."

To view or download the guidebook, visit www.nature.org/FEMAguide