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For Charlotte County, completing the Long-Term Recovery Assistance Application is the first step in determining your eligibility to receive financial assistance, repair assistance, or case management. These may help in your recovery from the damage caused by Hurricane Ian, and most recently Hurricane Idalia. Our goal is to connect you with all the services available to you.

We are assisting those who are:
Low income (80% of the area median income)
Seniors (age 60+)

If you have unmet needs related to Hurricane Ian and/or Hurricane Idalia and meet some or all of the above criteria, please complete an online application by clicking the blue button here

Complete Application
When a Disaster comes knocking.
COAD is always there to help

Hurricane Idalia, Cleanup
(800) 451-1954

If you need assistance with damage from Hurricane Idalia, call the number above to ask for help.

Cut fallen trees
Drywall, flooring & appliance removal
Tarping roofs
Mold mitigation

All services are free, but service is not guranteed due to overwhelming need. Hotline will remain open through September 15th.


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The Community Organizations Active in a Disaster (COAD) Story

COAD is a group of Charlotte County community organizations, working together during a disaster to provide coordination of services to ensure that unmet needs are addressed, provide financial assistance and supplies, and to share knowledge and resources with Charlotte County residents during a disaster.  COAD members include faith-based, non-profits, volunteer groups, and government agencies.

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