Fifteen FEMA Centers Open Across Eastern Carolina

FEMA says more than 17,000 individuals and households in North Carolina have registered for FEMA assistance.

There is still time left to apply for help from FEMA. Applications are accepted in person at one of the disaster recovery centers, on the phone, or online.

We have listed the Disaster Recovery Centers below, all of them are open seven days a week from 8:00am to 7:00pm.

Beaufort County

Mid-Atlantic Safety Council
2871 Highway 17 South
Chocowinity, NC 27817

Carteret County

Carteret Co. Health Department
3820 Bridges Street, Suite - A
Morehead City, NC 28557

Craven County

Eckerd Drug Store
710 Degraffenreid Avenue
New Bern, NC 28560

Currituck County

Cooperative Extension Center
120 Community Way
Barco, N.C. 27917

Dare County

The Fessenden Center
46830 Highway 12
Buxton, N.C. 27920

Dare County Center
950 Marshall C. Collins Drive
Manteo, NC 27954

Greene County

Snow Hill Fire Department
201 Carolina Drive
Snow Hill, NC 28580

Halifax County

Halifax Agriculture Building
359 Ferrell Lane
Halifax, NC 27839

Hyde County

Hyde County Dept Of Social Services
1430 Main Street
Swanquarter, NC 27885

Lenoir County

Cooperative Extension Center
1791 Pink Hill Road
Kinston, NC 28504

Onslow County

Navy Federal Credit Union
201 Wilmington Highway
Jacksonville, NC 28540

Pamlico County

Grantsboro Town Hall
10628 Highway 55
Grantsboro, NC 28529

Pitt County

Agriculture Center
403 Government Circle
Greenville, NC 27834

Tyrrell County

Tyrrell Hall
906 Highway 64 East
Columbia, NC 27925

Washington County

Plymouth Municipal Airport
1069 Airport Road
Plymouth, NC 27962

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  • by lucky Location: wmston on Sep 13, 2011 at 10:27 AM
    how about i make it simple for you; messd up... u dont have to be white not to get help. maybe you should mark your words carefully stop being racist. thanx
  • by messed up Location: gville on Sep 13, 2011 at 05:14 AM
    let me make it simple. If you are white or if you pay taxes DO NOT waste your time. You will not see dime.
  • by Thanks to all on Sep 13, 2011 at 03:28 AM
    WOW, You people up here are something else, always complaining about something. This is a time everyone should be helping and caring for everyone, but no you just sit at your computers and gripe, because you did'nt get this and did'nt get that. It is the same people over and over, get a life. Thanks to everyone that has helped these people who really needed help, and may God bless you all.
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      by Alison on Sep 13, 2011 at 06:21 AM in reply to Thanks to all
      Yes, thank you for all the help and support that my sister has received but they still need a house to live in. There are people who are receiving assistance who dont need it and people who do need it arent getting it!
  • by Alison Location: Newport on Sep 12, 2011 at 08:42 AM
    My sister lives in Vandemere. They lost everything. No flood insurance. FEMA will not help them. The government is screwed up. It shouldnt matter. If you need help then you need help. She has children who lost clothes, toys, dressers. Their dryer and washer is broke and so is the fridge. FEMA is a joke. They really need to look at their policies. Told them they would get a letter in the mail saying why they were denied. Why cant they tell them on the spot? The post office is closed down there due to flooding. Wake up FEMA!
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      by Wow on Sep 13, 2011 at 08:38 AM in reply to Alison
      Did you know that the Republicans block a senate a senated disaster bill today. Now I know they dont like the current president but now is not the time to play politics. There are people like your sister that needs help and they are in Washington playing games. Seriously thinking about being an independent now. This is just crazy. Read attached articles.
  • by Anonymous on Sep 6, 2011 at 02:11 AM
    WITN please investigate the looting of FEMA supplies during the huricane. A truck full of water was jumped in an intersection by thugs in Williamston. Why isn't this a news story.
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      by Not Supprised on Sep 13, 2011 at 12:25 PM in reply to
      Because it's nothing new here in Martin County....I live here and I think I'm one of about 10 that pay taxes!!!!
  • by to wondering on Sep 5, 2011 at 08:15 AM
    I am sure you work and pay taxes just like everyone else but since you choose to work and do better for yourself you will be at a lost because of all the goverment freeloaders.
  • by Lisa Location: Washington on Sep 5, 2011 at 07:56 AM
    Could someone tell me if they will cover the purchase of a generator? We were told if you bought one while your power was out, they would reimburse you. Anyone know?
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      by Anonymous on Sep 5, 2011 at 08:17 AM in reply to Lisa
      Don't hold your breath on them paying for it.
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      by Also have seen it on Sep 5, 2011 at 08:39 AM in reply to Lisa
      Talk to FEMA rep today. You can only get a generator if you need it for oxygen or to keep medicine refriderated. Hope you don't need either.
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        by Lisa on Sep 5, 2011 at 11:08 AM in reply to Also have seen it
        Thanks! Yes, that's what they told me also. Fortunately, we didn't need it for any medical purposes, only mental ones. Five days without power was making me CRAZY!!!!
  • by To "Wondering" on Sep 5, 2011 at 07:29 AM
    Probably because if it's not your primary residence, meaning you have ANOTHER residence, you should be able to afford to fix it yourself, without using the taxpayers dollars to do so...making everyone's taxes go up! If you can't afford it, you shouldn't have a secondary residence...
  • by Also have seen it Location: ENC on Sep 5, 2011 at 07:28 AM
    Yep, Neighbor needs a new roof, hurricane comes, FEMA gives neighbor new roof! Women doesn't like her old kitchen, tells FEMA that she had water damage in her kitchen. Woman gets new kitchen. Go figure!
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      by Anonymous on Sep 5, 2011 at 07:39 PM in reply to Also have seen it
      What FEMA program are they using? I used FEMA in the past, and the money had to be repaid my me at a low interest rate.
  • by wondering on Sep 5, 2011 at 06:08 AM
    Why is it that you get no help unless it is your primary residence? My home that is destroyed was not free to me. But keep handing out the free food stamps and let everyone claim everyone elses children on their taxes. Never any help for the hard working honest citizen.
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      by Anonymous on Sep 5, 2011 at 08:16 AM in reply to wondering
      That is New America for you. The hard working taxpayer is the modern day slave to all those that don't work and cheat on taxes.
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      by Anonymous on Sep 5, 2011 at 07:29 PM in reply to wondering
      Was it, or was it not your primary residence? If your home was not free, I guess it was your primary. Next, why didn't you have insurance?
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      by Howdy on Sep 6, 2011 at 03:49 AM in reply to wondering
      prolly because they figure 2 things:1. if you have a primary residence to live in then you are not in as much need of their help as those who lost everything. 2. if you had the funds to purchase a vacation home you should have also purchased insurance.
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