Applying for financial aid for private victims Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Under the condition of an elementary event determined by the Ministry of the Interior and Sport (MdI), if your private household has suffered a life-threatening damage, you can Apply for emergency aid for private households amounting to a maximum of 2,500 euros per household. Emergency aid in the event of an existential emergency is intended to help in cases of hardship, in particular: to bridge direct impairments due to the loss of accommodation and/or, to obtain spare clothing or necessary food and/or, to provide adequate care for children or other family members in need.

The necessary declarations must be submitted with the application form. In all other respects, evidence must be attached to explain the extent of the damage.


State financial aid is requested in writing. The corresponding forms are available online for retrieval.

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Preconditions
They have a life-threatening damage. A larger group of people is affected by the damage event (determination of an elementary event by the MdI) It is an insurable damage or there must be no overcompensation by services of third parties. Her center of life is in Rhineland-Palatinate

Hints
Further information can be found on the website of the Supervisory and Services Directorate and on the BKS portal.
The Supervisory and Service Directorate (ADD) determines the affected damage regions (districts / district-free cities) in the event of exceptional natural disasters in Rhineland-Palatinate on the basis of the situation information and reports available to it and informs the Ministry of the Interior and Sport (MdI) of this in order to determine the natural event. The MdI's finding of an elementary event and the granting of emergency aid will be published with the deadline for the application on the Internet on the homepage of the ADD Rheinland-Pfalz as well as in the BKS portal Rhineland-Palatinate.

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Last update or date of publication
25.03.2020