Rebuilding Together New Orleans is partnering with Shell to help Louisiana residents devastated by this month’s historic floods.
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency offers a detailed look at what you should expect to happen after you apply for FEMA aid.
Catherine Crowell of Rebuilding Together New Orleans took to the airwaves on August 22 to offer expert guidance to victims of this month’s floods who are beginning to gut their homes.
Rebuilding Together New Orleans sent experienced flood recovery workers to St. Amant on Saturday, August 20, to help clean out flooded homes.
The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Lead Hazard Control and Healthy Homes offers a great guide to disaster recovery called Rebuild Healthy Homes.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency put out a Fact Sheet on August 19, 2016, outlining some things all residents of Louisiana affected by the recent flooding should keep in mind.
For insurance or FEMA claim purposes, it is vitally important to take pictures of everything – for example, not just the closet, but move the hangars, spread out the shoes, and open the drawers.
PRC speaks out about the dangers of whole-house Short Term Rentals.
Ladies in Red 2016 was a smashing success. Check out these great images from the event by Liz Jurey.
Future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees put down his football to pick up a paintbrush at a Rebuilding Together New Orleans build at a Boys and Girls Club on May 10, 2016.
In honor of preservation pioneer Jane Jacobs, who would have turned 100 this year, a series of Jane Jacobs Walks will take place in Mid-City, on Magazine Street, along Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard, and on Prytania Street on May 6 and May 7.
Please show your support on Tuesday, May 3, and give to the PRC on GiveNOLA Day!