Federal data shows that, two months after floods ravaged Vermont, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Small Business Administration have doled out a combined $54.7 million in relief funds to businesses and individuals in the state.

FEMA’s assistance programs for individuals and households account for $17.7 million of the Vermont aid, while $18.6 million in SBA loans have been granted to business owners.

Four disaster recovery centers in Vermont —  in Barre, Waterbury, Barton and Wardsboro – will continue to help victims of the flood submit applications for federal assistance until October 12.