Hearts & Hands Disaster Recovery (HHDR) is providing long-term disaster case management services throughout the state for flood survivors in the 24 disaster declared counties with access to long term recovery resources.
Derrec Becker of the South Carolina Emergency Management Division told South Carolina Radio Network that individuals are assigned a case manager to help them. “Long term disaster case managers will help each survivor develop a long term recovery plan and then stay in touch with them to make sure that plan is followed,” said Becker.
HHDR will be providing long-term disaster case management services throughout the state of South Carolina. HHDR will assist flood survivors in the 24 disaster declared counties with access to long term recovery resources.
“There are still people out there encountering issues and every single case is unique,” Becker said.
The disaster-impacted counties include: Bamberg, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Orangeburg, Calhoun, Fairfield, Florence, Greenville, Kershaw, Lexington, Newberry, Richland, Spartanburg, Clarendon, Darlington, Georgetown, Greenwood, Horry, Lee, Marion, Sumter, and Williamsburg. This program is free to residents in need of flood recovery assistance. This program is made possible by federal funding provided through the S.C. Emergency Management Division.
To apply call 2-1-1 and follow the prompts.