Earlier today, the President also received a briefing from Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Lisa Monaco on the impacts from Hurricane Matthew and ongoing federal response and recovery efforts.
Federal disaster aid is not available for individual residents at this time, according to a press release from the governor's office.
Filling out the "address look-up" now provides the message: "No disasters declared for Individual Assistance were found for this address".
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama declared federal funding would be available for 13 SC counties: Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Darlington, Dillon, Dorchester, Florence, Georgetown, Horry, Jasper, Marion, and Williamsburg.
The South Carolina Emergency Management division has teamed up with FEMA to offer assistance to those of you who had damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Regardless of whether or not businesses and nonprofit organizations suffered physical damages, certain smaller ones may be eligible for Economic Injury Disaster Loans, which help supplant income loss caused by the storm.
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Flagler County is consolidating its two satellite hurricane relief centers into one assistance center at the Palm Coast Branch Library.
Hayes said Sumter County should be on the list shortly.
Although damage assessment teams are hard at work tallying impacted structures, which numbered 2,121 as of Tuesday, the county and state as a whole are still waiting for FEMA's Individual Assistance declaration.
"We're compiling lists daily from non-profits to see who needs what and what's available", said Melissa Nelson, the executive director for United Way of St. Johns County. "We certainly feel we will meet the threshold and will be included". He said damage assessment in Lee County range from $450,000 to $500,000, which he said is well above the thresholds.
Under the Public Assistance Program, state and affected local governments are eligible to apply for federal funding to pay 75 percent of the approved costs for debris removal and emergency services related to the storm.