In the days and weeks following a storm, there will be many issues we have to cope with. Here you will find resources and links that may help.
American Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast
Site provides life-saving services to more than nine million people in cities such as Corpus Christi, Beaumont, Galveston and Houston
Louisiana Region of the Red Cross
The Louisiana Region of the Red Cross serves the 4.65 million residents in the 64-parish state, while supporting others across the country and around the world
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Information and safety tips for residents affected by Hurricane Harvey
Texas Office of Emergency Management
Documents and information about state services, disaster planning and evacuation services
City of Houston Emergency Management
Site provides updates on shelters, evacuations, weather and outages
Baker Botts LLP Information Guide
The Guide covers a broad variety of topics, such as how to file flood claims, renters’ rights, how to replace your passport and/or credit cards that may have been lost or damaged in the storm, information about schools and about small business administration loans, and tips to avoid home repair fraud. It also contains a broad list of other resources and includes contact information for them.
Texas Young Lawyers Association
Do’s and don’ts for hiring a contractor
Online directory with reviews of local businesses and contractors– limited membership is now free on website
The United Way chapters across the country offer hope and help when and where it is most needed.
United Way of the Coastal Bend
United Way of Southwest Louisiana
United Way of Greater Baytown & Chambers County