HARVEST, AL (WAFF) - One of the hardest hit areas from last week's tornadoes, was the Anderson Hills subdivision in Harvest.
FEMA representatives stopped by to take a look at the damage and get people some help.
The question for every homeowner is, "Have you registered with FEMA?"
"It's very important that we are out here speaking to everyone and getting into contact with anyone. We leave no stone unturned," said FEMA worker Greg Desrosies.
The goal is to offer assistance to as many people who are dealing with the aftermath of last week's tornadoes.
You can spot damage to almost every home but FEMA handles each situation differently.
"There are no two cases the same. Case in point, there is a point here standing with roof damage and their neighbors house is completely gone. so each case is handled on an individual basis," adds Desrosies.
These FEMA workers see disasters on a regular but they can never get use to the site of what a tornado leaves in it's path.
FEMA does work on a case by case basis.
If you are a homeowner in one of the 39 counties that have been deemed a disaster area, you could qualify for assistance.
To get that assistance, call 1-800-621-3362.