Natural disaster resources for community groups

Resources to help you support people in your community who have been affected by a natural disaster.

We have information in different languages about Natural disaster resources for community groups

Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment

Disaster Recovery Allowance

Disaster assistance payments audio

For Centrelink payments and services, you can call our multilingual phone service.

We know community groups play a big role in supporting people affected by a natural disaster.

Use these resources to help people who need financial support including Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment and Disaster Recovery Allowance. We also have resources explaining more about other support we have available.

You can find information about current support payments and eligible areas on natural disaster support.

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Information about natural disaster support

Use these resources to support your conversations with people in your community about Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment and other financial support:

  • Australian Government Disaster Recovery Payment factsheet
  • Disaster Recovery Allowance factsheet
  • New Zealand Disaster Recovery Payment factsheet
  • New Zealand Disaster Recovery Allowance factsheet
  • newsletter article
  • self print poster
  • Services Australia mobile services factsheet
  • Services Australia payments and services customer factsheet
  • Services Australia someone to act on your behalf factsheet
  • social media resources for disaster support
  • talking points about AGDRP and DRA.

Watch this video about disaster assistance payments and how to claim.

Information in different languages

We have resources in various languages about:

Information about other support

  • If a community member is going through a difficult time, let them know our social workers can help them.
  • Read about additional help if someone is affected by a natural disaster.
  • If you’re in a rural, regional or remote area, our Agents and Access Points can help with access to services.
Page last updated: 13 February 2024.
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