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The AIA Resilience Network focuses on topics of disaster assistance, hazard mitigation, climate adaptation and resilience by creating a forum for knowledge sharing, networking, news and events and opportunities for external and internal project participation. AIA members of all backgrounds and levels of expertise are encouraged to join.

­Resources & Information

  • Stay Informed

Visit ­­­www.floridadisaster.org­ to find information on shelters, road closures, and evacuation routes. For live updates on the latest weather patterns,­follow the State Emergency Response Team­­­­­ on ­Twitter and ­­Facebook. You can also visit FEMA.gov and FEMA.gov/es for Spanish speakers.

  • State Assistance Information Line (SAIL)

The State Assistance Information Line (SAIL) is a toll-free hotline activated at the time of an emergency to provide Floridians accurate and up-to-date information regarding an emergency or disaster situation. Call (800) 342-3557.

  • ­Disaster Assistance Programs

Hurricane evacuees in need of disaster assistance locate help via the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) ­disaster assistance search or search for a disaster recovery center.

In the event of a disaster, the governor of Florida has the option to activate the Emergency Bridge Loan Program to provide a source of expedient cash flow to Florida small businesses impacted by a disaster. If the program is activated, this website will contain applications and full instructions for completing and submitting a request as well as other disaster recovery resources.

SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to businesses of all sizes, private non-profit organizations, homeowners, and renters. SBA disaster loans can be used to repair or replace the following items damaged or destroyed in a declared disaster: real estate, personal property, machinery and equipment, and inventory and business assets. Learn more.

  • Insurance Information

The Florida Division of Consumer Services offers free assistance to insurance consumers in the aftermath of hurricanes by via their consumer helpline (877) 693-5236. You can speak directly with individuals who can help you review your policies to understand your coverage, help you file claims for damage and help if you are having trouble communicating with your insurance company. To verify an insurance agent's or adjuster’s license, visit the Licensee Search page.

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