Help After Harvey

From Housing and FEMA information to updates from the Governor, this page is full information to help our citizens through the hurricane recovery process.

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Dollar Sign Icon    $250 Million In Grants To Repair Harvey Damaged Rental Properties

The Texas General Land Office is allocating $250 million for reconstruction, rehabilitation and new construction of affordable multifamily housing projects in the 48 Hurricane Harvey effected counties.  If you are a property owner and your property was damaged by Hurricane Harvey or you are interested in learning more, please join us to discuss available funds through the GLO.  Workshops will be held on July 12, 13, 16, and 18, 2018.

Click here for workshop dates and complete details.

TWIA logo    TDI Extends Deadline for TWIA Appraisal Requests

The Texas Department of Insurance has extended the deadline for TWIA policyholders to request appraisal on their Harvey claim.

Click here for detailed information.

    Texas Department Of Insurance

The Texas Department Of Insurance has a “Help After Harvey” webpage that includes information on their “Help Line” at 1-800-252-3439.  Also, there is information on the mobile locations of their staff and insurers, links to resources, and answers to common questions.

help after Harvey 1-800-252-3439Click here to view the TDI pages.

Federal Emergency Management Agency logo    Texas Hurricane Harvey Recovery Guide

FEMA’s Texas Hurricane Harvey Recovery Guide has lots of useful information.  Continued rental assistance, contact information for various agencies, and a disaster survivor’s checklist are just a few of the items you’ll find in this guide.

Click here to view the guide.

    Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group

Long-Term Case Management Services are available to help residents recover and screen for other available services.  Case management is available to all affected households.

Click here for the details.

House Icon     Hotel Stays Extended For Harvey Survivors

Hotel stays for Harvey Survivors have now been extended.  The new checkout date is November 7th.

Click here for the details.

 Helping Hands Icon     Disaster Assistance

Harvey Survivors Get More Time to Apply for Disaster Assistance

Texans in 41 designated counties, including San Patricio, who suffered damage and losses from Hurricane Harvey now have until Friday, Nov. 24, 2017, to register for disaster assistance.

Click here for details.

Rebuild Texas logo     Rebuild Texas

The Governor’s Commission to Rebuild Texas is a website filled with the latest official updates on the hurricane recovery process in Texas.  It’s filled with news, advice on assistance, and locations of available resources.  To visit the Rebuild Texas website, click here.

Federal Emergency Management Agency logo     FEMA   

It is very important that all citizens in the affected areas register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA.  Even if you did not sustain any damage or losses, registering with FEMA helps bring valuable disaster assistance to our community.  You can register online by clicking here to go to disasterassistance.gov.  You can also register with FEMA in person by visiting the white tent in the Bay Vista Center on Highway 361 here in Ingleside.

Texas Department of Insurance logo     Insurance

The Texas Department of Insurance, or TDI, can help you answer your insurance questions and concerns.  Click here to get started.  You can also call the TDI at 1-800-252-3439.

Small Business Administration logo     SBA

The Small Business Administration, or SBA, has Disaster Loan Assistance for both businesses and homeowners.  To see if you qualify for a low interest loan, you can click here to get started with the SBA.  You can also register with the SBA in person by visiting the white tent in the Bay Vista Center on Highway 361 here in Ingleside.

Texas Rebuilds logo     Housing

Many have been displaced due to the hurricane and are in need of housing.  For available resources for housing, click here to get started.

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