Overview Mitigation Recovery Assistance Toolbox Government & Private Non-Profit Individuals, Families and Businesses Ads Long Text Translations Safe Room Rebate Program Mitigation & Recovery odx-spotlight Disaster Individual Assistance Designed to provide grants for disaster-related unmet needs to individuals and families that have essential private property damages or losses. learn-more odx-featured-content State of Ohio Hazard Mitigation Plan Mitigation Grants Mitigation Plans Mitigation Projects Hazards Identification Flooding Flooding is the most frequently occurring natural disaster in Ohio as well as in the United States. Tornado Tornadoes are vigorously rotating columns of air that are in contact with both the surface and storm clouds. Winter Storm Winter storms including blizzards can bring extreme cold, freezing rain, snow, ice and high winds. Landslide In Ohio, there are three main types of landslides that occur, Rotational Slump, Earthflow and Rockfall. Dam/Levee Failure Dam/levee failure is often the result of design error, geologic instability, poor maintenance, extreme rainfall and/or structure failure. Wildfire A wildfire is any uncontrolled fire with extensive size and speed in a combustible vegetative area. Coastal Flooding A seiche is a standing wave in an enclosed or partially enclosed body of water that can cause coastal flooding. Earthquake An earthquake results from a release of energy from the Earth creating seismic waves. Recovery Resources Disaster Building/Home Inspections List The purpose of this information is to summarize the inspections that could take place following a disaster incident or event in your community. Disaster Process Fact Sheet Sequence of Events and the Disaster Declaration Processes. Techniques for Managing Stress and Anxiety Here are some useful suggestions for coping with the stress and anxiety stemming form natural disaster events.