Hurricane Harvey Recovery Resources

"We want government and other recovery funds to use this information to make good decisions about how to reach those most in need,” said Elena Marks, EHF's president and CEO.

New Survey: Three months after Hurricane Harvey, nearly half of affected Texans say they are not getting the help they need to recover

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Two-thirds (66%) of residents across 24 Texas counties report that they suffered property damage, employment disruptions and/or lost income due to Hurricane Harvey, finds a new Episcopal Health Foundation/Kaiser Family Foundation survey. One in nine residents in these hardest-hit counties remain displaced from their homes three months after the storm.


Read more & see the complete EHF/KFF survey report 


Analysis: Immigrants living along the Texas Gulf Coast hit hard financially following Hurricane Harvey

Screen Shot 2018-03-19 at 1.24.06 PM.pngImmigrants living along the Texas Gulf Coast were more likely than their U.S.-born neighbors to suffer employment and income losses as a result of Hurricane Harvey (64% vs. 39%), a new Kaiser Family Foundation/Episcopal Health Foundation analysis finds.


Read more and see the complete analysis


Survey: About 6 in 10 Harvey-affected residents in Jefferson, Hardin and Orange Counties said their lives were still disrupted months later

Screen Shot 2018-02-23 at 2.04.23 PM.pngResidents in the Golden Triangle are more likely to have been adversely impacted by Hurricane Harvey than residents in most other regions across the Texas Gulf Coast, finds a comprehensive Episcopal Health Foundation/Kaiser Family Foundation survey of residents in 24 hard-hit counties. Plus, an EHF analysis of latest FEMA data finds roughly half of Golden Triangle residents who applied for housing assistance have been approved.


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Additional Data:

Screen Shot 2017-11-29 at 11.53.41 AM.pngFEMA Assistance Data Map: shows zip-code level data on total applications submitted to FEMA for individual assistance. The map also includes FEMA application approval rates for each zip code.
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Screen Shot 2017-11-29 at 11.54.08 AM.pngMap of Hurricane Harvey Property Damage: combines damage estimates with layers of information about socioeconomic status, household composition, and the Center for Disease Control's social vulnerability index that identifies communities in need of additional support to recover from a disaster.
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Email us at HarveyRecovery@episcopalhealth.org

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Below are some of the many links to health-related resources and other information available across Southeast Texas: