Our hearts and prayers go out to those affected by Hurricane Harvey and it’s flooding.
If you would like to inquire about assistance Hope For The Warriors can provide, please check out our website at www.hopeforthewarriors.org.
American Red Cross: 713-526-8300, www.redress.org
The Red Cross provides shelter, food, health and mental health services to help families and entire communities get back on their feet. Although the Red Cross is not a government agency, it is an essential part of the response when disaster strikes.
Coalition for the Homeless: 713-739-7514, homelesshouston.org
Coalition for the homeless has funding that can be used specifically for homeless and displaced formerly homeless individuals to get them back into housing.
The Way Home: www.thewayhomehouston.org
The Way Home assists with homelessness in the greater Houston area.
Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services: 1-800-SAL-ARMY, www.salvationarmy.usa.org
The Salvation Army provides physical, emotional, and spiritual care to survivors and relief workers.
Souther Baptist Disaster Relief: 770-410-6000, www.namb.net
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief provides all kinds of disaster relief including hot meals, clean water, child care, laundry, structure repairs, rebuilding and more.
Samaritan’s Purse: 828-262-1980, www.samaritanspiurse.org
Samaritan’s Purse provides spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world.
Heart to Heart International: 913-764-5200, www.hearttoheart.org
Heart to Heart International provides resources to improve health access, providing humanitarian development and administrative crisis relief.
Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group: www.coastalbendcan.org/CBDRG
The Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group (CDRG) is a state recognized long-term recovery non-profit group created to address the unmet needs of Coastal Bend area residents affected by disaster. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, areas of the Coastal Bend will no doubt be devastated and long-term recover needs of the under-served population will emerge. Please visit the website to donate. volunteers will be called as needed.
Team Rubicon: 310-640-8787, www.teamrubiconusa.org
Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams during disasters.
Houston Food Bank: 713-223-3700, www.houstonfoodbank.org
CURRENTLY CLOSED due to flood waters, but will be able to assist once they reopen.
Galveston County Food Bank: 409-945-4232, www.galvestoncountyfoodbank.org
Corpus Christi Food Bank: 361-887-6291, www.foodbank.cc.com
Food Bank of the Golden Crescent (Victoria): 361-578-0591, victoriafoodbank.org
Southeast Texas Food Bank (Beaumont): 409-839-8777, setxfoodbank.org
Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley (Pharr): 956-682-8101, foodbankrgv.com
Brazos Valley Food Bank (Bryan): 979-779-3663, www.bvfb.org
Central Texas Food Bank (Austin): 512-282-2111, centraltexasfoodbank.org
San Antonio Food Bank: 210-337-3663, safoodbank.org
Texas Diaper Bank: 210-731-8118, texasdiaperbank.org
Texas Diaper Bank has been working to meet the basic needs of vulnerable babies, children with disabilities and seniors. The organization’s mission of: to address the diaper gap and its impact on individuals in crisis has led the organization to provide a continuum of basic needs services combined with educational opportunities that strengthen a family’s self-reliance.
Save the Children: 203-221-4000, www.savethechildren.org
Save the Children Delivering Emergency Supplies to Hurricane Survivors, Families and Children Forced to Evacuate, Including Hygiene Kits, Blankets, Portable Cribs and Strollers.
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
Portlight: 800-626-4959, www.portlight.org
Portlight focuses on helping people with disabilities during disasters.
Auston Pets Alive: 512-961-6519, www.austinpetsalive.org
Austin Pets Alive! has been helping shelters in the direct line of Hurricane Harvey. We’ve been working with these shelters to transport as many pets as possible to APA! and as of Saturday morning, we’ve transported over 235 animals to our shelter.
Animal Defense League of Texas: 210-655-1481, www.adltexas.org
Assists with rescuing displaced pets from areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Salvation Army Conroe Corps Community Center: 304 Avenue E, Conroe, TX 77301
Salvation Army Pasadena Corps Community Center: contact law enforcement/Pasadena City officials for additional information.
Covenant House: 1111 Lovett Boulevard, Houston, TX 77006 (Young Adults 18-21)
George R. Brown Convention Center: Address: 1001 Avenida de las Americas, Houston, TX 77010