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Restore LA Application Deadline October 31

Thursday October 12, 2023 01:50 pm - 720 Views - Posted By Recovery Assistance & Mitigation Planning
Restore LA Application Deadline October 31

Terrebonne Parish

Department of Planning and Zoning

Recovery Assistance and Mitigation Planning

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Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program Extends

 Application Deadline to Tuesday, Oct. 31

The Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program provides grant funding to eligible homeowners affected by Hurricane Ida for home repair, reconstruction, and reimbursement for repairs already completed.  Council members may wish to forward this information to their constituents. 

Many residents who filled out surveys for the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program have not completed their full applications and may be running out of time to get reimbursed for repairs already done.  The State has  extended its application deadline to Tuesday, Oct. 31.  This new deadline applies to about 6,500 homeowners who have completed the initial survey and been invited by the state to apply, but have not yet submitted applications.

Due to federal recovery timelines, homeowners who do not submit applications by the Oct. 31 deadline to give the state time to do a damage assessment by the end of 2023 may not be reimbursed for repairs were completed prior to Dec. 31, 2023.  The state will continue to take applications after this date for all programs, but reimbursements for work done prior to December 31 of this year may not be reimbursed. 

"The state has extended the deadline to allow ample opportunity for homeowners to complete applications and potentially qualify for repair reimbursement," Pat Forbes, executive director of the Louisiana Office of Community Development, said. "I hope those who have been invited to complete an application but have not yet done so will take advantage of this opportunity. Our goal is to administer as much recovery assistance as possible to Louisiana homeowners, so we encourage them to act now."

Homeowners can submit their application in three different ways:

•           Online: Log into their account at

•           Phone: Call the program call center at 866.735.2001 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

The program is run by the State Office of Community Development.  The state will be reaching out to eligible applicants and will have staff at local libraries to accept documents and answer questions regarding all programs including repairs, home reconstruction, and mobile home replacement.

  • In-person options in or near Terrebonne Parish to drop off documents or ask questions: 

10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m

Terrebonne Parish Library - East Houma Branch
778 Grand Caillou Rd, Houma, LA 70363 (opens in a new tab)

Tuesday, October 17

Friday, October 20

Tuesday, October 24

Friday, October 27

Tuesday, October 31


10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m

Mathews Government Complex
4876 LA-1, Mathews, LA 70375 (opens in a new tab)

Wednesday, October 11

Wednesday, October 18

Monday, October 23

Wednesday, October 25


10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m

Lafourche Parish Public Library: Thibodaux Branch
705 W 5th St #3154, Thibodaux, LA 70301 (opens in a new tab)

Thursday, October 12

Thursday, October 19

Thursday, October 26

The program has several online resources available to guide homeowners through the application process. Visit to learn more.

The Restore Louisiana program is a federally funded, state-administered program providing grant funding to homeowners affected by Hurricanes Laura, Delta and Ida and the May 2021 Severe Storms to help with home repair, reconstruction and/or reimbursement for completed repairs.

Since the program's launch in February 2022, more than 39,100 homeowners completed the survey, the first step in qualifying for assistance, and more than 23,700 have been invited to submit an application. As of Oct. 9, the program has offered more than $380 million in funding to 4,846 eligible homeowners.

The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and administered by the Louisiana Office of Community Development. For more information, visit




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