Many Floridians now eligible for Transitional Sheltering Assistance after Ian, FEMA says

The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Friday announced residents of 19 Florida counties hit hard by Hurricane Ian qualify for the now-activated Transitional Sheltering Assistance program (TSA).

The TSA program involves FEMA paying the cost of room, taxes and non-refundable pet fees to participating hotels and motels in order to help survivors shelter in such places if they cannot return to their homes and if their housing needs cannot be met by insurance, shelters or rental assistance from FEMA or any other federal, state or nonprofit agency, according to FEMA’s website.

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