FEMA extends hotel stay program until April 11
BATON ROUGE – FEMA says the Transitional Housing Assistance program has been extended by one month for Louisiana flood survivors.
Eligible residents can stay in participating hotels/motels until Tuesday, April 11. Those hotel stay bills are then sent directly to FEMA.
FEMA says the program is a short-term housing option and survivors should be actively looking for long term housing solutions.
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