For those without insurance, FEMA help is a lifeline after Hurricane Ian

Angela Zwarycz stood outside the Oviedo Cultural Center on Center Lake Lane Thursday with her hands full of forms. Zwarycz had just applied for help from FEMA at a mobile registration intake center after her home flooded following Hurricane Ian.

“I think a lot of people feel alone. I feel alone,” said Zwarycz. “Just someone talking to you. Someone just asking how you are, you know?”

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