Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery Projects:

To Date

Hurricane Harvey Update:

The Greater Southeast Texas region is suffering from the hit of Hurricane Harvey. The record rainfall, raising floodwaters, and loss of property is historical for this area. To date, 3,647 volunteers have worked a total of 29,054 hours on 363 projects, including: 396 assessments, 130 clean outs, sanitized 115 homes, demolished 51 homes and repaired 74 homes. We will continue our flood recovery repair and rebuilding work in the communities we serve! Stay tuned for opportunities to volunteer with the recovery process!

Do you have questions? Call our office (832-847-4379) or email us (sasha@attackpoverty.org). We would be happy to talk with you!


Volunteer Info

*Every volunteer must complete a Volunteer Waiver. Print, complete and then email it to: marty@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 Rose Pickens

Friends of Northside
Contact annie@attackpoverty.org

Friends of Sundown
Contact 281.395.3950 #324 or Jason Hall


    Resources for Residents

    Click the links below to access home repair applications and information about needed permits in Fort Bend County, legal support, and more! If you have any questions email Sasha at: sasha@attackpoverty.org

    Request a Case Manager

    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, then fill out the following form from Fort Bend Recovers Case Management Workgroup. A Case Manager will contact you and work with you to start addressing your recovery needs! For more information contact Case Management at 281-207-2555.

    Case Manager Request

    Fort Bend Recovers is a collaborative network of organizations that address the long-term needs of Fort Bend County residents following a disaster.

    Other Resources

    Attack Poverty Disaster Recovery Facebook Page