Disaster case management website now open

In the wake of Hurricane Idalia, hundreds of Hillsborough County residents were left cleaning up damage to homes and property. Many living near the Alafia River were affected by its rising waters, and residents in other parts of the county contended with wind damage. Hillsborough residents may have applied for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Individual Assistance program last year, but more assistance might be available.

Disaster case management

FEMA has designated Endeavors, a nonprofit organization serving vulnerable people in crisis, to serve as case manager for Hillsborough residents affected by Idalia. The organization connects residents with local resources, services, and funds that residents might not be aware of, helping them to further recover from Idalia.

Endeavors Disaster Case Management Program (DCMP) will serve as a central point of contact to assist residents with their recovery plan. Although financial assistance does not come directly from Endeavors, disaster case managers will connect residents with local resources that will be able to guide them through the recovery process.

Connect with Endeavors

Online information

Phone: (727) 777-5440

Email: dcmidalia.portrichey@endeavors.org

This hurricane season, visit Hillsborough County's Stay Safe page often to stay up to date and prepared for any storm.