FEMA Homes Arrive in Arkansas

TodaysTHV says dozens of new Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) homes have arrived in Little Rock for distribution to Arkansas survivors of the tornadoes and flooding that displaced residents between April 14 and June 3.  FEMA initially tries to place people in rental housing, but if none is available, the emergency manufactured housing is vital, especially in rural areas.  The units are inspected before distribution, and placed as close as possible to the original homes.  They are provided rent free for up to 18 months, fully furnished, with smoke detectors and a weather radio, and meet the stringent standards of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for air quality and construction.  They also conform to Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) for persons with disabilities.  Two bedroom and three bedroom units are available.

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