As the FEMA mission moves out of Minot, Hope Village is assisting families who may still be searching for alternate housing.
Hope Village has been active in helping families make the transition.
With the FEMA deadline already behind us, residents have a few options to weigh when looking for other accommodations--a situation that Hope Village Director Reverend Paul Krueger says can be tough.
(Rev. Paul Krueger, Hope Village Director)"If your home is not done and the FEMA trailers are closing off, the options are you either move into your unfinished home, you move into the home of friends or relatives, for a short time, or you go into a hotel situation."
Hope Village is wrapping up its own mission with only 50 homes left to complete, however, the organization can still offer support to FEMA residents who are not included in that number.
(Rev. Paul Krueger, Hope Village Director)"If someone calls to day and says they need to get moved out of their home, there still is a chance we can help them. We will refer them to perhaps some different agencies. Some of our church partners have been very gracious in assisting."
For more information on the remainder of Hope Village's mission, head to hopevillage-nd-dot-org.