Disaster Recovery

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Hurricane Harvey Update:


The flooding of the Brazos River in 2016 directly impacted the communities we serve and love. Attack Poverty saw a need for immediate action assisting residents and developing collaborative partnerships. Attack Poverty Disaster Recovery is empowering residents to lead their own recovery by teaching them to read contractor quotes and manage a personal recovery project, while advocating for residents needing additional funds where a financial gap is found. We are currently serving Fort Bend county, Harris County, and Brazoria County.







Do you have questions or want to Volunteer? Call our office (832-363-1204) or email us (Allyson@attackpoverty.org). We would be happy to talk with you!


Volunteer

Volunteer Info

*Every volunteer must complete a Volunteer Waiver. Print, complete and then email it to: Allyson@attackpoverty.org or bring it with you when you volunteer*

Mandatory Volunteer Waiver (English)
Exención de Voluntario Obligatoria (Español)

Friends of North Richmond
Contact 281.762.2068 or Elise Kaufman

Friends of North Rosenberg
Contact 832.471.6090 or Faith Guerrero

Friends of Northside
Contact annie@attackpoverty.org

Friends of Sundown
Contact 281.395.3950 #324 or Jason Hall

    Resources

    Have you been affected by the recent flooding? Do you need assistance?  Do you need a recovery plan:  home repair, appliances or materials, counseling, etc? Do you still have unmet or basic needs because of the flooding?

    If YES, call 211. A Case Manager will contact you and work with you to start addressing your recovery needs!



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