Hundreds of millions of dollars were donated and appropriated to help people, business and towns recover from Tropical Storm Irene.
In this first installment of the Mapping the Money project, we take a look at FEMA, which has spent far more on relief and recovery than any other group; a total of more than $260 million so far.
Last Updated: June 13, 2013
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|Individuals and Households Program||$23,253,141|
|Hazard Mitigation Grant Program||$13,178,000|
|National Flood Insurance||$42,819,718|
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Individuals and Households Program (IHP) provides money and services to people in Presidentailly declared disaster areas. IHP is comprised of Housing Assistance (HA) and Other Needs (ON).
Provides assistance for disaster-related housing needs.
Provides assistance for other disaster-related needs, such as furnishings, transportation, and medical.
Public Assitance (PA) is available for communities to quickly respond to and recover from major disasters or emergencies declared by the President.
The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) provides grants to states and local governments to implement long-term hazard mitigation measures after a major disaster declaration. The purpose of the HMGP is to reduce the loss of life and property due to natural disasters and to enable mitigation measures to be implemented during the immediate recovery from a disaster.
The above graph represents the federal relief dollars that went straight to Vermont State Government organizations and relief efforts via the Public Assistance Program.
The supplemental dollars are not included in the above graph.
|Public Assistance Recipients||Total|
|Vermont State Hospital||$30,000,000|
|Agency of Transportation||$21,682,364|
|Department of Buildings & General Services||$11,552,704|
|Department of Public Safety||$1,146,857|
|Fish & Wildlife Department||$817,604|
|Department of Forests, Parks, & Recreation||$756,641|
|Department of Health||$36,717|
|Department of Environmental Conservation||$26,650|
|Division for Historic Preservation||$14,269|
|Department of Mental Health||$12,752|
|Agency of Agriculture, Food, & Markets||$6,582|
|Department for Children and Families||$6,485|
|Department of Corrections||$5,990|
|Department of Human Resources||$5,990|
|Agency of Human Services||$5,990|
|Center for Crime Victim Services||$4,294|
|Department of Information & Innovation||$639|
|Department of Disabilities, Aging, & Independent Living||$495|
|FEMA Supplemental Recipients|
|Disaster Legal Services||$2,865,359|
|Disaster Unemployment Assistance||$398,593|
|Public Assistance Recipient||Total|
|Vermont Electric Co-op||$1,110,173|
|Chittenden County Transportation Authority||$529,243|
|The Housing Foundation, Inc.||$125,054|
|American Precision Museum, Inc.||$97,984|
|Springfield Medical Care Systems, Inc.||$59,469|
|Mt. Tabor-Danby Historical Society||$50,672|
|Woodstock Associates, Inc.||$34,853|
|Sherburne Fire Department||$29,180|
|Vermont Acheivement Center||$28,382|
|Mad River Solid Waste Alliance||$25,983|
|New England Kurn Hattin Homes||$14,163|
|Windham Solid Waste Management District||$13,684|
|Champion Fire Company||$11,163|
|Orange County Sherrif Department||$3,055|
|Windham County Probate Court||$2,378|
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|The Reporter:||Nancy Cohen|
|The Producer:||Jonathan Butler|
|The Editor:||Steve Zind|
|The Developer:||Matt Parrilla|
Mapping the Money is funded in part by the VPR Journalism Fund
The data represented is accurate as of June 13, 2013 as reported to VPR. Values will change as more funding is approved.Data from villages was rolled up into the towns that the villages are located within.