County Resources

Statewide Information Line – Call 888-892-1162 or dial 2-1-1 for 24/7 information on nearby shelter, housing and other storm-related details.

STEP- Sheltering and Temporary Essential Power

Hurricane Summit

https://justflorencerecovery. org/summit/

  •  Back @ Home North Carolina – helps families still in Hurricane Florence disaster shelters or staying in unsafe or unstable arrangements quickly transition to safe and sustainable longer-term housing.
  • Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity – The Disaster REBUILD Program provides a long-term solution for families whose homes were critically damaged from Hurricane Florence. Email
  • Department of Housing and Urban Development – Disaster Assistance Hotline for survivors living in HUD-assisted housing affected by Hurricane Florence can call 800-304-9320 or email for available resources.
  • Sheltering and Temporary Essential Power (STEP) Program – FEMA’s STEP program brings damaged homes to a minimum level of safe and secure so homeowners can move back home while repairs are made. FEMA is contacting registrants who may be eligible.  For more information visit: florencestep
  • Insurance Incentive Premiums for Wind-Resistant Construction – Options to receive insurance rate credits for protections are available through private insurance companies and state mandated wind pools. Visit North Carolina Sea Grant for more information.

Samaritan’s Purse – assistance with non-emergency cleanup from flooding, tree and debris removal, tarp replacements, and dry wall repairs. Call (910) 284-9713.

Support the Port – help with cleanup and home repairs. Email
Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry (WARM) – housing repairs/stabilization. Email