The State Library has established this blog to provide a mechanism for Louisiana libraries to alert the public about their status during an emergency situation and/or to provide information for their staffs. Any Louisiana library administrator may post information; anyone may comment.
Munters air treatment products are used worldwide in archives, museums and libraries to protect important — and sometimes —irreplaceable books, artifacts, documents, film and tapes. They can also help with disaster recovery.
The public policy of Louisiana is to maintain reasonable standards of construction in buildings and other structures in the state consistent with the public health, safety, and welfare of its citizens. The Louisiana Legislature enacted Act 12 of the 2005 First Extraordinary Session to provide for a state uniform construction code to govern new construction, reconstruction, additions to homes previously built to the International Residential Code, extensive alterations, and repair of buildings and other structures and the installation of mechanical devices and equipment therein. The state uniform construction code establishes uniform performance standards providing reasonable safeguards for health, safety, welfare, comfort, and security balanced with affordability for the residents of these devices, materials, and techniques. The state uniform construction code encourages the use of construction materials of the greatest durability, lower long-term costs, and provide greater storm resis
Small Business Administration provides low interest disaster loans to homeowners, renters, businesses of all sizes and private, non-profit organizations to repair or replace real estate, personal property, machinery & equipment, inventory and business assets that have been damaged or destroyed in a declared disaster.
Business and farm loans are available to people who have suffered damage to business property or economic injury. These low-interest loans are available through the Small Business Administration and the Farm Service Agency (FSA), to repair or replace damaged property not covered by insurance, and to provide working capital.
This is a Word Document that lists various vendors for disaster recovers services, document conservation, preservation of water damaged paper and books, book binding, and art, photography, and textile restoration.
The Governor's Office of Elderly Affairs serves as a focal point for Louisiana's senior citizens and administers a broad range of home and community based services through a network of 37 Area Agencies on Aging including Elderly Protective Services, Council On Aging, LTC Ombudsman, and more
This site is for the online application and management of Public Assistance grants from FEMA to State and local governments, Indian tribes, and certain Private Non-Profit (PNP) organizations. Provides supplemental Federal disaster grant assistance for debris removal, emergency protective measures, and the repair, replacement, or restoration of disaster-damaged, publicly owned facilities and the facilities of certain PNP organizations
Call 211 in Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Shreveport, Alexandria, Monroe or New Orleans for referrals concerning: Child Care Provider info, Suicide Prevention Hotlines, Military Family/ Armed Forces Emergency Services, Aging Services, area Agencies on Aging, Older Adults, Disaster Donations Coordination, Disaster Relief/Recovery Organizations, Disaster Welfare Inquiries, Post Disaster Child Care, Post Disaster Clean Up, Post Disaster Food Services, Post Disaster Housing Assistance, and Post Disaster Mental Health Services, evacuation routes, crisis counseling, prescription assistance, shelters, and more