The government's being urged to rethink how it awards money to residents, councils and farmers when there's severe flooding in the future.
All seven council leaders in Worcestershire have signed a letter to Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick asking for the financial support to be revised.
They've also asked for ministers to allow county and district councils to make one claim for a county rather than individual ones, so staff can concentrate on flood support.
The letter adds that support for farmers should be improved too as they have been "badly affected" by Storm Dennis.
The government said it had given thousands of pounds of support following the recent storms and had organised a taskforce to give individual areas "bespoke support".