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- Red Cross
- Salvation Army
- Texas Health and Human Services (HHS)
- Other Needs Assistance (ONA) Grants
- Texas Ready
- Texas Ready Resources
- State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry (STEAR)
- free registry that provides local emergency planners and responders with additional information on the needs in their community
- National Weather Service
- Centers for Disease Control
- Your Texas Benefits
- Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP)
How can I help affected Foster Youth and Foster Kinship Families?
- If you want to donate items, please contact your local Rainbow Room. They need NEW, unopened supplies such as diapers, baby formula, blankets, school supplies and toiletries.
- If your church or organization wants to help with recovery efforts, please contact DFPS Faith Partners.
How can I help affected elderly and disabled individuals?
- If you want to donate items, contact your local Silver Star Rooms. These emergency resource rooms need NEW, unopened supplies such as adult diapers, blankets, and toiletries.
- If your church or organization wants to help with recovery efforts, please contact Adult Protective Services.
What resources are available for those suffering from catastrophic property damage?
- If you need emergency assistance, please call 9-1-1.
- If you are a foster youth, foster family, elderly or disabled person and you need basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter, please contact your caseworker to coordinate those needs.
- Red Cross for assistance from Red Cross including shelter, and to let family members know you are safe. I think they also help with cleaning supplies after a disaster.
- Salvation Army