Have you been affected by a natural disaster? Browse our helpful guides displayed below.
For even more resources, please visit the State Bar of Texas disaster relief resources page.
Lost Documents During A Disaster
When disaster happens, making sure your loved ones are safe and protected is your number one priority. Dealing with the aftermath
often involves having to replace necessary documents. This guide is intended to be an abbreviated checklist to help you obtain
replacements of some of those necessary documents.
Know Your FEMA Rights
This guide is helpful for understanding why FEMA exists, how FEMA can help you, and how to apply for FEMA aid. If you have sustained damage or loss because of Hurricane Harvey in a declared disaster area, you should apply for FEMA Aid.
In Case of Emergency
Preparation is the key to picking up the pieces when a disaster strikes. The information included below are some helpful suggestions on how you can protect yourself and your family from unnecessary distress.
Hiring a Contractor After a Natural Disaster
A resource to Texans for hiring construction professionals, including general “Do’s” and “Don’ts” for hiring a contractor or other professional to help rebuild in the wake of natural disasters.
Enrolling Your Child In Another School After A Natural Disaster
If your child’s school district has closed due to a natural disaster, your child can enroll in school elsewhere.
Employment During Natural Disasters
Empleo Durante Desastres Naturales
If your employment has been affected by a natural disaster, there are important things you need to know.