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FEMA Hurricane Harvey Information found here:


Direct Emergency Assistance


When disaster strikes, here are some resources to help: – Federal resources and critical information on large-scale emergencies. Find help related to emergency phone numbers, key safety tips, applying for assistance and other resources.

Red Cross Disaster Relief & Recovery – Find a shelter, register yourself as safe, look for loved ones, and connect to resources for financial and emotional recovery.

Salvation Army – Salvation Army Disaster Relief Services provide social services, emotional and spiritual care, and (by area) may include meals from mobile feeding units, hygiene kits and other support. – Information on getting care, drugs, or medical supplies during an emergency or disaster for those insured by Medicare. – Comprehensive information related to physical needs during a disaster, as well as applications for disaster assistance.

Disaster Distress Helpline – For counseling and emotional support during a disaster. The helpline at 800-985-5990 is open 24x7, offers bilingual support, and accepts calls and texts.

2-1-1 Information & Referral – Online search for free and confidential information about charities and community organizations in your area; you can also dial 2-1-1 from your phone (where available).