Mississippi Registration Intake Centers Open to Assist Hurricane Zeta Victims Apply for Assistance

PEARL, Miss. –  The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency will open five Mississippi Registration Intake Centers in the counties that were declared federal disasters following Hurricane Zeta.

These Registration Intake Centers will serve the residents in George, Greene, Hancock, Harrison and Stone Counties as they apply for Individual Assistance from FEMA. MEMA is currently waiting on local approval to open a center in Jackson County.

“Although we are encouraging all residents to apply online or by phone, we know that not all Mississippians have access to internet, computers or even phones. We believe these registration centers will help ensure that every single eligible storm victim has the chance to apply for valuable assistance to help them rebuild,” says MEMA Executive Director Greg Michel.

Mississippi Registration Intake Centers will open Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Operating Hours: Monday – Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. – noon (closed Sundays)

George County:

  • Senior Citizen Building

7102 HWY 198 E

Lucedale, MS 39452

Greene County:

  • 1 Community Center

4279 High School Road

Leakesville, MS 39451

 

Hancock County

  • Hancock County Resource Center

454 US 90 Suite B

Waveland, MS 39576

 

Harrison County

  • Harrison County Annex

9229 Hwy 49

Gulfport, MS 39503

Stone County

  • New Hope Road Shelter

1084 New Hope Road

Wiggins, MS 39577

 

*Masks will be required at all Mississippi Registration Intake Centers.*

Before arriving to a Mississippi Registration In-Take Center please have the following information below:

  1. Social Security Number

You, another adult member or minor child in your household must have a Social Security number. You or they must also be a U.S. citizen, non-citizen national, or qualified alien.

If you don’t have a Social Security number, read the article How do I apply for a new or replacement Social Security number card. You will get instructions on what to do and what documents you will need.

Once you have your number, you may come back to DisasterAssistance.gov or call FEMA at one of the phone numbers above to apply.

  1. Insurance Information

Describe the type(s) of insurance coverage you have. This could include coverage under policies like homeowners, flood, automobile, or mobile home insurance.

  1. Damage Information

Describe the damage caused by the disaster. Include the type of disaster (like flood, hurricane, or earthquake) and the type of dwelling or vehicle (like a condo, mobile home or house, or a car or truck).

  1. Financial Information

Provide your total annual household income, before taxes, at the time of the disaster.

  1. Contact Information

Provide the address and phone number of the property where the damage occurred and the address and phone number of where we can reach you now.

  1. Direct Deposit Information (optional)

If approved, FEMA can deposit your funds directly into your bank account. You just need to provide the following banking information:

  • Bank name
  • Type of account (like checking or savings)
  • Routing number
  • Account number

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