BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -- If you're looking for advice about how to prevent future flood damage in your home, FEMA is in the area to help.
An information table has been set up at the Lowe's on Upper Front Street in Binghamton.
Representatives are available to give residents advice about how to rebuild their homes.
They can also answer questions about mold and mildew removal.
FEMA said they hope they hope the information table will continue to provide support for flood victims in the community.
FEMA Community Outreach Specialist Willie Jameson said, "Normally at this stage of the game, folks have gotten their insurance money if they had insurance, they have gotten their settlements, they are in the process, as you say, of rebuilding, and getting their lives back to normal and we are here to help them all that we can."
FEMA representatives will be available at Lowes until November 20th.