Beryl Recovery Resources

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RESOURCES MAP - FEMA/SBA Disaster Recovery Centers & Business Recovery Centers

Harris County Recovery Resources and Information: ENGLISH | SPANISH


Beryl Recovery and Assistance Flyer:

Recovery Resources and Information

Recursos y Informacion de Recuperacion

 

FEMA:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has opened a disaster assistance application for residents impacted by Beryl. Residents can apply for assistance by calling 800-621-FEMA (3362), downloading the FEMA app, or visiting Disaster Assistance.gov.

FEMA Disaster Road to Recovery

FEMA Disaster Survivor Checklist

Q&A: FEMA Individual Assistance | FEMA.gov


When you apply for FEMA assistance, you must provide proof of identity, residence, and other documentation. Click the link below for ways to replace these important documents.

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SBA:

If you are located in a declared disaster area, you may be eligible for financial assistance from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The SBA may provide disaster loans to homeowners, renters, and businesses of all sizes in areas covered by a disaster declaration. To begin the application process, click here.

For additional information about SBA Loans regarding the current Texas Disaster Declaration, review SBA's Disaster Loan Fact Sheets.

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Disaster Recovery Videos:

Experiencing issues applying for FEMA Individual Assistance? Visit a Disaster Recovery Center.

Q&A with FEMA and SBA about Beryl Disaster Recovery

Q&A with FEMA and SBA about Beryl Disaster Recovery (Spanish Subtitles)

After a disaster, residents should document all personal property damages with photos before doing any work to clean up. These photos will help provide documentation to insurance providers, FEMA, SBA, and other entities assisting impacted residents.

 

Debris

You can begin to organize your debris to help with the county's recovery process. Click the links below for more info:

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Disaster clean-up is complex, but some treasures may be salvageable.  Check out the resources below to learn more about restoring your family’s treasures.  

Salvaging Water-Damaged Family Valuables and Heirlooms


Harris County Engineering Department

Common reasons your debris wasn't picked up: ENGLISH | SPANISH


How to Report Damages and Access Resources

After a disaster, residents should document all personal property damages with photos before doing any work to clean up.  These photos will help provide documentation to insurance providers, FEMA, SBA, and other entities assisting impacted residents. 

Harris County residents should report their damages via the Home Damage & Community Needs Assessment Survey.  The Harris County Connective survey allows you to connect with additional local resources and recovery organizations as aid becomes available.


Crisis Clean Up

For a comprehensive guide of resources about crisis clean up after a disaster, check out the information below or call the Crisis Clean Up line at 979-217-3791.

Crisis Clean Up: ENGLISH | SPANISH

2-1-1 Texas/United Way Helpline

2-1-1 is our community’s go-to resource in times of disaster and every day of the year.  The service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is available in numerous languages. Call 2-1-1 for assistance or go to 211texas.org.  

Greater Houston Builders Association

If you need professional remodeling assistance for your home and property, the Great Houston Builders Association (GHBA) has tips to help residents find the right contractor. For a full list of GHBA contractors, reporting property damage, and resources about how to deal with immediate home damage after disasters, click here.  

Muck and Gut

Mucking and gutting is the removal of damaged belongs and construction materials from the home and prepping the home for mold treatment. 

After the Disaster: Muck and Gut Process

Muck and Gut Guide

Mold Sanitation

Mold is a common problem after flooding.  It can be harmful to your health and must be effectively cleared before you can begin rebuilding. 

Step-by-Step Mold Remediation Guide
Step-by-Step Mold Remediation Guide (with ASL)

Learn the Truth About Mold

Mold Remediation Guide