It will also fund the government through Dec. 8.
President Donald Trump split with his own party and agreed to support a plan to temporarily fund the government and increase the debt ceiling.
Congress has that time to decide on a replacement for the Obama-era plan.
Several analysts predict FEMA's funds will run out by the end of the month. But Congress will have to borrow to give the agency the billions it needs.
President Trump criticized Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in a tweet after McConnell said Trump had "excessive expectations" for Congress.
Leaders want to pass a "clean" debt ceiling increase, but GOP lawmakers aren't all on board.
Congress will also need to raise the debt ceiling before the end of September to avoid a partial government shutdown.