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Hurricane Beryl has left significant damage in our area, and we understand many are still without power, making communication difficult.

Although we are not first responders, our network synergistically collaborates with other organizations in disaster areas to ensure comprehensive support for all affected communities.


We encourage you to utilize the resources provided below to assist in your efforts. Together, we can make a meaningful impact in times of crisis.


Those needing assistance after the recent disasters from Hurricane Beryl and recent weather changes, including severe storms, derecho winds, tornadoes, and flooding events, please call the 211 Texas United Way HELPLINE.

This is the community’s 24/7 information source during times of disaster. 

United Way’s 211 provides callers with the most updated information on assistance with utilities, housing or rental assistance, crisis counseling, senior services, food pantries, and more. 

Assistance through 211 can also be accessed through the following methods in the event of long wait times due to periods of heavy call volume:

Hurricane Beryl Resources 

The Texas Division of Emergency Management


Crisis Cleanup

Road Conditions

Cooling Centers

Please take a look at the cooling centers available: 

Point of Distribution Sites

Please take a look at the distribution sites available: 

FEMA Individual Assistance (IA)

Individuals and business owners who sustained losses to Derecho winds, recent storms and Hurricane Beryl in the seven designated Texas counties, including Harris and Montgomery, can apply for assistance by visiting, calling 1-800-621-3362, or using the FEMA App. If you use a relay service, such as video relay service (VRS), captioned telephone service, or others, give FEMA the number for that service.

Disaster Distress National Hotline

The Disaster Distress Helpline (DDH) is a national hotline that provides disaster crisis counseling. This toll-free, multilingual, crisis support service is available 24/7 to all residents in the U.S. and its territories experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.

Want to help when a disaster strikes?

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