Homeowners are going to be in for some surprises.
For the average Sally and Joe, they don't pay that much attention to home insurance. They know they need it in order to get a home loan, but they are likely not very versed in what is covered or not covered. Earthquakes require an additional hazard coverage like flooding. I'm spending around $700 a year for earthquake insurance on a home valued around $400,000, with a 15 percent deductible on any damages.
Alaska Emergency Management is doing their outreach, post earthquake, with news outlets carrying information on who to contact — see "Was your home damaged in the earthquake? Here's what you need to apply for disaster assistance" that directs them to information on State Individual Disaster Assistance. I could be wrong, but the "State" Individual Disaster Assistance is likely a misnomer, since the funding is very likely Federal/FEMA Individual Assistance.
This information (off the Internet) dates from 2017, but is a summary of what an individual or family might expect: "People needing immediate cash for food or shelter can get $500 deposited into their bank accounts. The agency will also make grants for home repairs, with a maximum of $33,300, although ... says the average grant is closer to $3,000 to $4,000." The home pictured in the first link above will not get fixed for $33,000.