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The road to recovery can be long and arduous for many communities after a disaster. As people are able to return home, they will need to know how to safely and properly begin the process of restoration.

Dr. Sarah Kirby, Extension specialist with NC State University, has compiled valuable disaster and recovery resources developed by the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), which can help as people start the process of restoration:

Returning to Your Flood Damaged Home

Restoring Your Home after a Natural Disaster

Addressing Mold after a Disaster

For additional information and resources:

Dr. Sarah Kirby
Professor and Extension Specialist
NC State Extension
919.515.9154
sarah_kirby@ncsu.edu
healthyhomes.ces.ncsu.edu