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Katina Henderson, right, tells Jonathan Hage about her experience during recent flooding. Hage, founder of Charter Schools USA, sat down with each of his schools’ teachers that were affected by flooding on Aug. 24 to listen to their story in the Baton Rouge Charter Academy gym. Each employee of CSUSA that was affected by flooding was given $500 to help with their recovery efforts.

Advocate photo by CAROLINE OURSO

The Louisiana flood of 2016 has people asking plenty of great questions about any and all issues related to recovery.

Below are some major topics and stories that'll hopefully help guide you along the way.

This page will be updated daily with new information.

FEMA, STATE RECOVERY PROGRAMS

Other important resources:

-- Unsure where to start? Call FEMA at 800-621-3362, visit a disaster recovery center or visit FEMA's official Louisana recovery website.

-- You can also find information at the state of Louisiana recovery website.


INSURANCE

Other important resources:

-- Louisiana Department of Insurance


TIPS AND TRICKS

Those affected by flooding in federally declared disaster areas will be able to receive duplicate titles, registrations and other documents free of charge from the Office of Motor Vehicles.

For more information, visit http://www.expresslane.org/Pages/displaced.aspx.

Other important resources:

-- Volunteer Louisiana