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FEMA campers are set up when there has been a natural disaster. If you have been through a tornado, flood or hurricane, you should contact your local insurance agent to determine if you are eligible for housing in one of these campers. Most of the campers are for people who have lost their homes completely. The campers are like small trailers and have all of the amenities that you would find in a home. You will only be able to stay in the camper for a designated amount of time. When you are in the camper, it is important to try to rebuild your own home as soon as possible.

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