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FEMA approves over $7 million in grant money

FEMA approves $7 Million in grant money. Photo credit FEMA FEMA approves $7 Million in grant money. Photo credit FEMA
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Following the flooding in March, FEMA has handed out over $7 million in approved grant money for disaster assistance.

Perry County has been approved for the most money with over $700,000.

Forrest County has been approved for nearly $300,000.

Marion County has been approved for over $250,000 in funds. 

Jones County and Wayne County round out the top five in the Pine Belt with nearly $200,000 combined.

FEMA is still able to help those affected by the storm, even though all of its disaster recovery centers are closed.

For more information and for assistance, click here or call 800-621-3362

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