LEWISBURG, W.Va. — Under ideal conditions, West Virginians who need help with their long-term needs for recovery from the flood two years ago would receive it through RISE West Virginia, managing millions of federal dollars.

Local long-term relief organizations would augment that, providing furnishings or other materials to help make a reconstructed house a home.

But the situation in West Virginia hasn’t been ideal for quite some time, say leaders of the long-term relief committees in two of the counties that were hardest-hit by the 2016 floods.


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