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Hurricane Harvey

CHECK OUT: List of Resources To Cope With Harvey’s Aftermath

Looking for information about shelters, donations, volunteer opportunities, legal aid, pet shelters and more? Here it is.


Volunteers sort donated items in a makeshift distribution center set up among the cubicles of an office Friday, Sept. 1, 2017, in Pasadena, Texas. Thousands of people have been displaced by torrential rains and catastrophic flooding since Harvey slammed into Southeast Texas last Friday.


1. Temporary Housing:

From the Houston Association of Realtors.


1. Information on shelters:

Shelter List

Here’s What Houston Shelters Are In Need Of For Harvey Victims


2. How to volunteer and donate:

How To Get (And Offer) Help After Harvey

UPDATE: List Of Charities And Steps To Donate As Harvey Relief Grows


3. How to apply for federal help

UPDATE: FEMA Provides Essential Information To Cope With Harvey’s Aftermath


4. How to identify and avoid scams:

Don’t Fall Victim To Harvey Flood Scams

FEMA’s Hurricane Harvey Rumor Control


5. Lists of gas stations with fuel:

Find Out Which Stations In Your Area Have Gas With The Gas Buddy Tool



6. How to obtain legal aid:

Houston’s Legal Community Offers Free Services To Harvey Victims


7. Tips to deal with insurance claims:

Insurers Offer Recovery Advice To Texans Impacted By Hurricane Harvey


8. Transportation Information:

METRO To Resume Service On Some Major Routes

List Of Road Closures And Driving Conditions


9. School Districts:

School District Openings After Harvey


10. Childcare in shelters:

Houston-Area Teachers Helping Students In Shelters


11. Information on senior living:

List Of Affected Senior Homes During Tropical Storm Harvey


12. For displaced pets:

VCA Provides Free Boarding For Displaced Pets


13. How the city, state, and national government are dealing with Harvey’s aftermath:

How Are Local, State, And National Officials Handling Harvey Aftermath?

What Will Harvey Mean For Houston’s Oil And Gas Industry?


14. Mobile Vet Center Locations

The Department of Veteran Affairs Deploys MVCs To Houston