When the Governor releases a proclamation of disaster activating the Iowa Individual Assistance Grant Program, it activates the Community Action Agencies serving the disaster-affected county(ies) to provide Disaster Case Management services.
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The Iowa Individual Disaster Assistance Grant Program (IIAGP) offers grants to families whose household’s annual income is at 200% or less of the federal poverty level. Each qualifying household may receive up to $5,000.00. To view eligible items, see the IIAGP/IDCM Rules.
The IIAGP is activated when the Governor issues a disaster proclamation turning on IIAGP for the affected counties in the disaster declaration.
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For more information on Disaster Assistance visit the Iowa Community Action Association website: https://iowacommunityaction.org/get-help/programs/
IOWA DISASTER CASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
Disaster Case Management includes time-limited services to eligible households to develop and carry out a Disaster Recovery Plan, providing guidance, advice, and referral in obtaining a service, or assisting in obtaining resources from various providers that address a serious need essential to the Household to prevent, mitigate, or overcome a disaster-related hardship, injury, or adverse condition.
Disaster Case Managers serve as a primary point of contact, assisting the household in coordinating necessary services and resources to address the client’s complex disaster recovery needs in order to re-establish normalcy. Disaster Case Managers rely on the client to play an active or lead role in their recovery.
|Disaster Event and Date||Proclamation Date||IIAGP 45 days||IIAGP 120 days||IIAGP 180 days||Governor Declared Counties|
August 11, 2020 Governor Reynolds issues disaster proclamation for six counties (Dallas County included)
August 11, 2020 Governor Reynolds issues disaster proclamation for 14 additional counties (Greene County included)
August 13, 2020 Governor Reynolds issues disaster proclamation for 2 additional counties (Audubon County included)
August 14, 2020 Governor Reynolds issues disaster proclamation for 2 additional counties (Guthrie County included)