Texas Disaster Recovery Relief

First I want to send prayers for all impacted by the Texas Disaster.

Here’s a few disaster relief resources to assist you:

USAA and your insurance companies may assist you with grocery coverage and other expenses for outages. Call your insurance agent and tell them if you’ve experienced a refrigerator outage (they replace food); had to relocate to a hotel; or other emergency needs.

FEMA aid is now available!

Texas will now have federal assistance to cover uninsured repairs, temporary housing, and recovery programs…damage to cars/homes or from water, loss of income, business losses, etc. Anything NOT covered under insurance will be covered up to $32,000.

Visit here for help:

Please pass it on to anyone you know who maybe in need of this information.

#TexasStrong #Texas #TexasRelief

FEMA Jobs – Temporary Workers Needed!!

There are a lot of questions and rumors about FEMA job postings for Harvey. If you’re interested in getting involved in the response, make sure you’re working through trustworthy sources.

To verify, please visit the rumors section of the FEMA Hurricane Harvey page: https://www.fema.gov/hurricane-harvey.

For those interested in volunteering/donating, National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (National VOAD) has a list of Texas organizations here: https://txvoad.communityos.org/cms/node/104

If you’d like to help out the FEMA mission as a temporary hire, visit: https://careers.fema.gov/hurricane-harvey