Action on flood repairs has begun across the North-east, following £2.5 million in emergency Scottish Government funding.
Work to support those affected get back on their feet through funding, housing support and temporary accommodation, waste services and the assessment and repair of roads, bridges and properties has already been under way.
Now Aberdeenshire Council co-leader Martin Kitts-Hayes is encouraging anybody who has suffered damage to their home or business to apply for an individual grant of up to £1,500 from a £2m pot in Aberdeenshire.
Flood Recovery Plans for towns and villages have set out proposals for engineering works, welfare, housing and business support.
Aberdeen City Council finance convener Willie Young said grants are also available from the city, which has £500,000 to share out.