Hurricane Harvey

List Of Houston Area Shelters For Those Forced Out Of Homes

The floods around Houston and the surrounding area are forcing people out of their homes. In an effort to provide aid shelters are being opened.

As Harvey continues to assault Houston, shelters are being set up for those forced out of their homes due to flooding.

Judge Ed Emmett said in a press conference Sunday afternoon that the city is setting up shelters and working hard to get people who need assistance to those locations.

Buses will be available to help move groups to those shelters. If you have a group that needs to be taken to a shelter, you’re asked to call: 713-426-9404.



  • Red Cross Shelter at M.O. Campbell Ed Center: 1865 Aldine Bender Rd, Houston, TX


  • The City Activities Building: 416 Morningside Drive, Friendswood, TX


  • First United Methodist Church Shelter: 1201 Main St., Bastrop City, TX


  • Angleton ISD: 1900 N. Downing, Angleton, TX
  • Red Cross Shelter at Living Stone Church: 1401 Victory Lane, Alvin, TX




  • MO Campbell Center Shelter: 1865 Aldine Bender in District 2
  • Gallery Furniture 6006 North Freeway Houston, TX 77076


If you can, residents who need to take shelter are encouraged to bring the following items:

– Prescription/Emergency medication
– Medical equipment, i.e. Oxygen tanks, wheelchairs
– Extra clothing
– Pillows, blankets, sleeping bags
– Toiletries
– Baby food, formula, diapers
– Flashlights and extra batteries
– Snacks
– Pets WITH carriers, as well as leashes, food, food bowls
– Important paperwork

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Source KHOU

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