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Texas FEMA DR 4332

Up-to date info on American Red Cross Shelters:

FEMA Registration:
Individuals can register damage on the web or by phone as follows:
• 800-621-3362
• TTY: 800-462-7585
FEMA Transitional Shelter Assistance (TSA) is activated. Households should check with FEMA for
eligibility for hotel assistance. The website has the list for participating hotels
when they know they are eligible.

FEMA Critical Needs Assistance (CNA) has been turned on under the individual assistance
program/other needs assistance for the Texas disaster and can provide $500/family for emergency
needs related to the disaster. Households should also inquire about this benefit. It could provide them
with funds to assist with their immediate needs. CNA Fact Sheet:

FEMA Disaster Recovery Center Locator:

Disaster Distress Hotline: Connect with a trained crisis counselor at 1-800-985-5990, or text TalkWithUs
to 66746.

Homeowner Cleanup Assistance Hotline: Register for voluntary agencies to assist with cleanup for
Texas Harvey Impacted: 844-965-1386
Louisiana Harvey impacted: 800-451-1954
Irma Impacted (multiple states): 800-451-1954

Safe and Well website: Let friends and family know you’re safe, or search for loves ones

Airbnb: Activated their disaster housing – please check website for availability

American Red Cross Financial Assistance: A financial assistance program for Harvey impacted
households providing up to $400/family is available and will relaunch September 21st, with online
applications only:

SNAP and WIC Benefits: Additional information concerning SNAP and WIC benefits is provided in
separate Fact Sheets

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