Our hearts and prayers are with all of those affected by this devastating storm along the Gulf Coast.  Record-breaking rainfall swamped over 50 counties with over 30,000 people forced to evacuate their homes. Throughout all the devastation this storm has brought, we as Texans continue to be there for one another. Please see the full list of recovery resources below, and as always visit your local county website for up to date information for your county specifically! 


Please be sure to Check For Roadway Closure before traveling, and keep a full tank of gas  as we are on a limited supply with the strained distribution system and the shut down of Texas and Louisiana refineries.

How to make an Insurance claim:

Any insurance related questions please refer to  Texas Department of Insurance

If you do not have Flood Insurance:


To Donate Monies to those affected:


To Volunteer:


Unable to Work because of the Storm?

The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) is accepting applications for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) in 11 additional counties as a result of severe weather due to Hurricane Harvey. Individuals whose employment or self-employment was impacted by Hurricane Harvey may now apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance, but you must apply for benefits by September 27, 2017. Applications can be taken online through Unemployment Benefit Services or by calling a TWC Tele-Center Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 800-939-6631



Please be safe and take care of each other! THE STORY TEAM CARES!! 





Information Courtesy of: Wharton Insurance,The Texas Tribune, New York Times, San Diego Union Tribune, KFDM, and USA.gov