I know many people that are still displaced. Some members of our church from Venice are some of them.
You see, some areas are so totally devastated, that there is no place to even put the FEMA trailers. The area where we are from, does not even have electricity yet. EVERY building down there must be bulldozed and burned. They must then redo the infrastructure. Only then can anyone begin to rebuild. The FEMA trailers can't even be placed until they are able to be hooked up. We are lucky that we were on our way into the army anyway and have a home here at Ft. Bragg now. These people are standing by waiting for the OK to return.
For info on my home area, here is a link...
As you can see, they have barely begun to recover. There are links to pictures and stories there as well. The parish (county to you guys) was totally devastated. I went back in October to see if we could recover anything from our home. It was unfathomable. I recovered a bushel basket full of misc stuff among the debris, and found 2-3 bins of christmas items as our attic had been untouched. I have pictures of our visit posted here.
I have not thought about it much since then. Looking at our Parish's website brought tears to my eyes again. Those people did not have much to begin with. I cannot imagaine moving back there.
So yes, there is still a great need for FEMA trailers.