SBP’s mission is to shrink time between disaster and recovery.

SBP is a national nonprofit organization committed to helping residents and communities recover from disaster promptly and efficiently.

We are sharing our FREE guides and checklists to help disaster survivors navigate the complex recovery process, avoid costly mistakes and make smart decisions that will lead to a faster recovery.

Do not overpay for mold remediation or fall victim to contractor fraud. Our resources are totally free and available to you right now.

The better you understand the recovery process from the start, the faster you’ll be able to rebuild.

Navigating FEMA and the SBA Process

Basic Insurance Guide

Contractor Fraud Checklist

Mold Remediation Guide

Home Damage and Elevation and Code Compliance

Avoiding Contractor Fraud

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Navigating the FEMA Process

Navigating Fema Process

Avoiding Contractor Fraud

Avoiding Contractor Fraud

DIY Mold Remediation

Diy Mold Remediation

Tools for Mold Remediation

Tools For Mold Remediation

Advocate for Yourself

Advocate For Yourself

Major Partnerships

Enhanced our model with 180 annual members who manage worksites and clients and train volunteers.

Immeasurably impacted our construction systems and culture.

Helped create the Disaster Recovery Playbook and completed a full recovery of Joplin, MO, eighteen months ahead of schedule.

Made a three-year, $3M commitment to our Disaster Resilience and Recovery Lab.

Reduced our delivery time while improving our purchasing proficiency and tool tracking.

Supported the expansion of Disaster Resilience Training.

Committed funds and volunteers to support SBP's disaster recovery work across Louisiana since the organization's founding.

Improved our leadership, financially supported our work in New Jersey and provided critical support of post-Sandy recovery operations.

United Way is an exemplary supporter of long-term recovery. Several local chapters have partnered with SBP across the U.S.