BEAUMONT, Texas — Those who want to meet with FEMA representatives in person in Beaumont are running out time to do so. 

The FEMA disaster recovery center at Ford Park is set to close Wednesday.

David Farson and his wife, Denise, live in Fannett and visited on Tuesday to speak with FEMA. 

"Trying to find out if we did have insurance or not and if we don't have insurance who do we talk to," said Farson. 

FEMA, the U.S. Small Business Administration and local and state agencies set up the center at Ford Park to answer questions about disaster assistance and low-interest disaster loans.

David and Denise are trying to get a loan to help rebuild their home that flooded during Imelda. 

FEMA and S.B.A can offer financial assistance to repair homes, replace furniture and buy personal items.

"The best situation would be us just going home, walking in and everything done," said Farson. 

Those looking for assistance are asked to bring their social security number, information about their insurance coverage, photos of the damage and contact information. 

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Texas residents that suffered damaged due to Imelda, can now apply for Federal Disaster Assistance. Start your recovery process today by visiting DisasterAssistance.Gov. Learn how to file your flood insurance claim if you have flood insurance from FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program and experienced flooding during Hurricane Dorian.