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Harvey Resources

This page contains information and resources for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. If any information is incorrect, or no longer current, please contact Rhoda Goldberg, and let her know if you learn of additional resources.

Meals, Clothing and More

Recovery Resource Information 


Local Government

City of Houston's website covers everything Harvey related.  Good source for local info, services and assistance.

           Call (713) 274-3880 for Harvey-related trash removal.

           Call (844) 965-1386 for heavy trash removal.

The Harris County Community Services Department has information about FEMA assistance, help with cleanup, finding towed cars, avoiding disaster related frauds and scams, etc.

Go to Fema to register for a grant.

          Call 311 to report storm related damage. 


Jewish Federation of Houston

The Federation is partnering with All Hands Volunteers and the Jewish Federations of North America to assist with the recovery process. 

          Call (800) 820-5188 or e-mail [email protected].

If you need assistance go here to complete the form.


Help with Storm Damage Cleanup

Catholic Charities and Mormon Helping Hands have a hotline available to submit work orders for specific needs related to damages and for cleanup efforts. This includes removing carpet, drywall, appliances, cutting downtree limbs, etc.         

           Call 1(800) 451-1954 or 1(844) 965-1386.

A volunteer will take down your help-request information.  These work orders are being shared with several relieforganizations to help coordinate the overall service being rendered to those in need.


Jewish Family Services

Jewish Family Services offers a variety of services including some financial assistance, contact information for other services and emotional support.

           Main Number (713) 667-9336

           JFS Staffed Crisis Hotline (713) 364-5021

           Crisis Intervention of Houston (713) HOT-LINE


General Legal Information

Click here for legal resources for disaster relief in Texas.