Resources for Those Affected by Hurricane Ian


Recovery in the Aftermath of Hurricane Ian Webinar - Original Air Date 11.9.22 - 1 OPP or 1 ELE Credit - Course #9630113


Becker’s Helpful Links


Useful Contacts Before, During, & After a Storm – Download PDF

Becker’s Hurricane Related Client Alerts, Publications & Media Coverage



Association Adjusting is a licensed and insured Public Adjusting Firm led by Joseph “Joe” Connelly (#E157037), an advocate for insurance consumers for more than a decade. Mr. Connelly has served as Executive Board Officer for the Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (FAPIA).

Recognized as an authority in the community association industry, Association Adjusting has the expertise and experience to help you achieve the most favorable outcome possible. Our team of public adjusters, led by Mr. Connelly, provides clients with only the highest level of professionalism and excellence – whether you’re dealing with a claim that stems from hurricane damage, water damage, theft, fire, mold, roof leak, or any other type of calamity, our singular goal is to ensure your interests are always protected.



Get the latest Hurricane Ian disaster recovery information from FEMA. And learn how the United States government is responding to the hurricane with resources to help you recover from the storm.

Financial and Other Assistance

Health and Safety

  • Call or text the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990. The national hotline provides free 24/7, crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. Deaf and hard of hearing ASL callers can use a videophone or ASL Now.

Disability Services

Military and Veterans

  • If you are a veteran or are concerned about a veteran who is in distress, contact the Veterans Crisis Line, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Call 988, then Press 1; text message (838255); or chat online.
  • If you receive care through the VA, you can get VA mental health services and/or engage with a mental health specialist at your local VA facility.
  • For additional resources on coping when current events bring up past trauma, visit the VA Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention’s recent VAntage Point article.
  • You can connect with other veterans at a community-based VA Vet Center.


Business and Consumer Information

Resources for Workers and Employers