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Hurricane Harvey Relief Information

Across the Texas Gulf Coast, we continue to deliver support

To learn about Red Cross assistance to support long-term recovery efforts, please visit Hurricane Harvey Recovery Program, Hurricane Irma Recovery Program, or California Wildfires Recovery Program.

Para información sobre nuestros esfuerzos de recuperación de desastres actuales, visite el Programa de Recuperación del Huracán Harvey, el Programa de Recuperación del Huracán Irma o el Programa de Recuperación de Incendios Forestales de California 2017.

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Update: Hurricane Harvey Immediate Assistance Program

Registration for the Hurricane Harvey Immediate Assistance Program ended as of 11:59 pm CT on October 10.

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.

How we helped people in need.

Hurricane Harvey was one of the worst flooding disasters in U.S. history.

More than six months after Hurricane Harvey’s devastating landfall, the emergency response has come to an end, but the American Red Cross continues to stand with storm survivors who suffered heartbreaking losses.

Read the Hurricane Harvey Six-Month Update >>

(published March 2018)

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

Now that the emergency phase of our response has been completed, the Red Cross is focused on delivering long-term recovery programs to help people get back on their feet and assist with lingering community needs.

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 community – government agencies, other non-profit groups, faith-based organizations, area businesses and others – to support long-term recovery efforts.

Because of the incredible generosity of our donors, the Red Cross anticipates committing approximately $182 million to support community based long-term recovery efforts. These funds will be focused on two areas: financial assistance for households that need extra help, and grants to non-profit partners for community-based recovery services.

Learn more >>

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