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TROPICAL STORM IMELDA UPDATE

         The Federal Emergency Mangement Agency (FEMA)

will be offering assistance to residents affected 

by Tropical Storm Imelda.


The application to apply for assistance is open as of 

 October 5, 2019.


Those effected by the storm will be able to apply

 by phone or online. 


 FEMA Disaster Assistance Helpline at 1-800-621-3362, 

seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. CST.


Online FEMA application visit,

 disasterassistance.gov

NEED ASSISTANCE?

Hope Disaster Recovery Assistance

If your home was affected by Tropical Storm Imelda and your family is in need of muck and gut,

please,  complete the survey below. 


The information provided will guide in response efforts. 

If you have an emergency, please call 911


Information about assistance and  resources will be shared when available .


Additional Community Resources

If your home was affected by Tropical Storm Imelda, 

please refer to the provided information 

about assistance and  resources.


Visit 211.texas.org to connect with disaster related information and services. 

Dial 2-1-1 or  (877) 541-7905


Contact the American Red Cross

You may possibly qualify for some immediate assistance.

Contact Number: 1- (866) 526-8300

VOLUNTEER

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR VOLUNTEERS!

Volunteers are still needed for mucking and gutting!


Join volunteers to help in Independence Heights.


Please register HERE,

After Registration, we will be in touch to confirm your service day,

provide site location and additional information required.


For your safety, please wear long pants, closed toe shoes,

gloves, mask and eye protection.  


MUCK AND GUT GUIDELINES


Please ask team leaders and volunteers to review 

the  “Do’s and Don’ts”  of mucking and gutting. 

You may bring your own tools listed in the guidelines, 

however, tools are available for use. 


Thank you to Jim McIngvale (Mattress Mack) and Gallery Furniture for their partnership in flood recovery to the community of Independence Heights.

Tropical Storm Imelda Volunteers

Hope Disaster Recovery is a network of churches, businesses, and organizations united in the single vision of serving those in need following a disaster. 


No one church, government agency, business, or organization can respond completely to a disaster alone. 


Recovery takes the entire community working together to be prepared to respond during and after disaster strikes.


RESTORING LIVES

RECOVERING HOPE

REBUILDING TOGETHER