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Disaster Recovery
Harris County Public Health teamed up all of its agencies and brought all of their resources together in one place as a mobile health village to serve the community at Tom Bass Community Center in south Harris County. Many different types of resources were on offer including vaccinations, nutritional education, and even a 3D virtual...
Disaster recovery resources were the spotlight of a local community resource fair hosted by Sonrise Church and Grace Church in northeast Harris County. The 80 attendees were able to learn about the resources available to them including 2-1-1 and United Health Partners as well as homeowner assistance programs like Project Recovery. Short-term assistance was available...
Project Recovery Harvey is funded through the federal government and certain programs require you to have your paperwork submitted by a certain date in order to qualify. One of those deadlines is October 31, 2019. Funding is limited to a first come, first served basis so you should complete a pre-application as soon as possible....
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be offering assistance to residents affected by Tropical Storm Imelda. FEMA Individual Disaster Assistance (IA) comes in a variety of forms for home owners, certain types of renters, and businesses in Harris County. The application to apply for assistance is open October 05, 2019 and February 28, 2021....
Transit officials say the routes will also benefit people in east Harris County who lost vehicles in Imelda. Read more here.
Additional Recovery Resources Continue to Be Made Available at ReadyHarris.org Today, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced additional recovery resources available to survivors of Tropical Storm Imelda. On Monday, Sept 23, two Local Recovery Centers will open to provide residents an additional way to learn about various recovery programs that may be able to assist...
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