Rebuild Florida launched in September 2018 to Help Homeowners Recover From Hurricane Irma
Rebuild Florida is a program of the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) in partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. It was created to help families rebuild homes damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Irma. The state of Florida is committed to helping homeowners affected by Hurricane Irma rebuild or replace their damaged homes. Rebuild Florida will repair and rebuild damaged homes across the hardest-hit communities of our state, in 50 of 67 counties, with priority funding for those low-income residents who are most vulnerable, including the elderly, those with disabilities and families with children aged five and younger. 
Rebuild Florida received over $3 million to cover Hurricane Irma damage for nearly the entire peninsula of Florida and homeowners of 50 of the 67 Florida counties were eligible to register.  
If you believe you may be eligible for assistance, please visit to register or call Rebuild Florida at 844-833-1010.
If you have a Disaster Case Manager through the Long-Term Recovery Coalition, your DCM will help you through the process.  Additional Information on the Disaster Resources Tab of this site.

$ $14 Million in Awards for Workforce Recovery Training
On February 26, Governor Ron DeSantis announced more than $14 million has been awarded to seven organizations through DEO’s Rebuild Florida Workforce Recovery Training Program. The program, administered by DEO, is designed to train Floridians in construction trades necessary to support disaster recovery efforts.
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Hurricane Irma Housing Repair & Replacement Program
The Rebuild Florida program has issued award letters to more than 1,100 Hurricane Irma-impacted homeowners and continues to accept registrations for the program.  Registration can be completed online at or by calling 844-833-1010.
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Hurricane Michael Public Workshops and Webinar
After hosting nine public workshops throughout Hurricane Michael-impacted communities, DEO hosted a public webinar to seek additional feedback as it develops the State Action Plan for CDBG-DR funding. The webinar has been recorded and posted online.