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Hurricane Harvey Relief Information

Across storm-battered areas, we continue to deliver support

Update: Hurricane Harvey Immediate Assistance Program

Registration for the Hurricane Harvey Immediate Assistance Program ended as of 11:59 pm CT on October 10. If you have already applied, please log in at to reset your password or review your profile.

Please know, that although this program has assisted more than 573,000 households, we realize that significant needs still exist within the community. Over the coming weeks, the Red Cross will be sharing additional details regarding our long-term recovery program.

If you have additional questions, visit our FAQs.

We are mounting a massive response to get help to people in need.

Hurricane Harvey is the worst flooding disaster in U.S. history.

The American Red Cross is using donor dollars right now to provide shelter, food, comfort and emergency support for individuals and families affected by Harvey. And our work is just beginning—we will use financial donations to help people recover and get back on their feet in the challenging weeks and months ahead.

Read the Hurricane Harvey One-Month Update >>

(published Oct 2017)

With your support, we are working around the clock to get help where it is needed most.

Massive disasters like Hurricane Harvey create more needs than any one organization can meet on their own. The Red Cross is working very closely with the entire response community – government agencies, other non-profit groups, faith-based organizations, area businesses and others – to coordinate emergency relief efforts and get help to people as quickly as possible.

The Red Cross is committed to being a part of the long-term recovery effort in Texas. We realize there continues to be unmet needs, and the Red Cross is turning the focus of our resources to the next phase of recovery. This next phase will center on recovery support for households whose homes were destroyed or suffered major damage and need extra help. This includes additional financial assistance. We are working alongside community and government partners now to develop these longer-term plans and will share additional information in the next few weeks.

Because of the incredible generosity of our donors, we plan to commit additional significant resources to support efforts across the impacted areas on top of the more than $190 million already distributed. We are also ensuring funds are available to support community based long-term recovery efforts.

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