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Texas Hurricane Harvey (DR-4332-TX)

Incident Period: August 23, 2017 - September 15, 2017
Declaration Date: August 25, 2017

Financial Assistance

Individual Assistance Amount
Total Housing Assistance (HA) - Dollars Approved $1,243,252,850.20
Total Other Needs Assistance (ONA) - Dollars Approved $413,645,530.30
Total Individual & Households Program Dollars Approved $1,656,898,380.50
Individual Assistance Applications Approved 373150
Public Assistance Amount
Emergency Work (Categories A-B) - Dollars Obligated $1,272,378,800.74
Permanent Work (Categories C-G) - Dollars Obligated $866,432,096.08
Total Public Assistance Grants Dollars Obligated $2,305,524,687.64
Hazard Mitigation Assistance Amount
Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) - Dollars Obligated $262,776,552.84

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Resources to Help you Recover

FEMA provides information in alternate formats, including these foreign languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Arabic, Burmese, Cambodian, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, Thai and Urdu.

Resources

How to Help

To help people affected by the storm, visit @nvoad’s page for a listed of trusted organizations: https://txvoad.communityos.org/cms/node/104

  • Cash is best. Financial contributions to recognized disaster relief organizations are the fastest, most flexible, and most effective method of donating. Organizations on the ground know what items and quantities are needed, often buy in bulk with discounts and, if possible, purchase through area businesses which supports economic recovery.
  • Confirm donations needed. Critical needs change rapidly – confirm needed items BEFORE collecting; pack and label carefully; confirm delivery locations; arrange transportation. Unsolicited goods NOT needed burden local organizations’ ability to meet survivors’ confirmed needs, drawing away valuable volunteer labor, transportation, and warehouse space.
  • Connect to volunteer. Trusted organizations operating in the affected area know where volunteers are needed and can ensure appropriate volunteer safety, training, and housing.

Thank you for your interest in helping the survivors of Hurricane Harvey, there are other ways to help. When disaster strikes, America looks to FEMA to support survivors and first responders in communities all across the country. We are currently seeking talented and hard-working people to help support the response and recovery.

Designated Counties (Individual Assistance)

  • Aransas (County)
  • Austin (County)
  • Bastrop (County)
  • Bee (County)
  • Brazoria (County)
  • Caldwell (County)
  • Calhoun (County)
  • Chambers (County)
  • Colorado (County)
  • DeWitt (County)
  • Fayette (County)
  • Fort Bend (County)
  • Galveston (County)
  • Goliad (County)
  • Gonzales (County)
  • Grimes (County)
  • Hardin (County)
  • Harris (County)
  • Jackson (County)
  • Jasper (County)
  • Jefferson (County)
  • Karnes (County)
  • Kleberg (County)
  • Lavaca (County)
  • Lee (County)
  • Liberty (County)
  • Matagorda (County)
  • Montgomery (County)
  • Newton (County)
  • Nueces (County)
  • Orange (County)
  • Polk (County)
  • Refugio (County)
  • Sabine (County)
  • San Jacinto (County)
  • San Patricio (County)
  • Tyler (County)
  • Victoria (County)
  • Walker (County)
  • Waller (County)
  • Wharton (County)


Preliminary Damage Assessment Documents

Last updated Sep 18, 2020