Disaster Response Services

Disaster Response Services

ICNA Relief USA  is the only domestic, Islamic-faith based agency actively participating in disaster response through disaster recovery in the United States. Our work, by the grace and blessings of Allah (SWT), is appreciated at the federal, state and local levels of government and by our VOAD (Volunteer Organizations Assisting in Disasters) partners.

ICNA Relief is considered a subject-matter expert in the field of Disaster Case Management.  Trained case managers work with disaster survivors identifying goals and objectives and recovery programs and resources such as: FEMA, CDBG, SSBG, and long term recovery committee agencies.  ICNA Relief disaster case managers stay with their clients until they have reached full recovery.

ICNA Relief Disaster Response Services seeks to alleviate human suffering by providing caring, compassionate and practical assistance to survivors of natural and man-made disasters in the United States. We strive to accurately represent Islamic values and compassion serving humanity regardless of race, religion or culture.

Services Provided:

Shelter Management
Mass Care
Medical Clinics
Mucking Out, Debris Removal, & Tarping
Disaster Related Case Management
Information & Referral to Services & Benefits for Recovery

ICNA Relief's Disaster Response Services' clients consist of survivors of disasters who need aid during their most vulnerble time of recovering from overwhelming loss.

Under the Islamic principle of helping the unfortunate in our communities through compassion and service, ICNA Relief USA represents Our Nation's Muslim Response to disasters.

Our most recent disaster responses include superstorm Sandy and tornadoes in  Oklahoma, Texas, Kentucky, Alabama, North Carolina, and Missouri just to name a few.

What Our Clients Say About ICNA Relief:

“FEMA told me they couldn’t help me anymore.  I got a letter in the mail (from ICNA Relief) and I went over to his office. He has helped me so much.”

ICNA was a good program.  It helped me real quick.  I didn’t have to wait for months.”

“Now (comes) this man I know nothing about, and he is a Muslim.  You hear things.  I was a little skeptical and afraid. He has done nothing but help me.  He was here for my good.”

“I think it was a very good thing we were able to establish these types of relationships.”

“I appreciate y’all coming and doing that (tarping his home) and helping the neighborhood.  Thank you.”

 

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