If you are a homeowner/renter and have flood assistance needs - READ THIS

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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We know that this is a scary time and you might feel lost, frightened and ignored. No one likes the hurry up and wait game, but the truth is, between our amazing city and our amazing volunteers, the City of Houston has made tremendous progress in a week, even though…

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NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEEDS/DONATION/VOLUNTEER REQUESTS ON THIS SITE

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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At the request of the city, we have closed down the intake for this site and are starting to funnel all of our requests through various city vetted groups.

Please look at the posts below for vital information on how to move forward.

If you already submitted a request here,…

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Where To Get Legal Help

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Houstonians are encouraged to call 713-759-1133 to speak to an attorney knowledgeable in insurance matters, property, landlord/tenant law, contracts, disaster assistance and other consumer issues.
More Info: http://www.hba.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Flood-Relief-Extended-LegalLine-Release-00034786x9DCF2-2.pdf

State Bar of Texas Legal Hotline:
http://www.hba.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/State-Bar-Disaster-Hotline.pdf

General Material & Information:
http://texaslawhelp.org/issues/disaster-relief

Where To Find Vendor Recommendations

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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For contractors and other information, most organizations cannot be liable for recommendations. The BBB or Angie’s List will be a great resource to find credible information.

Where To Find Vendor Recommendations

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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For contractors and other information, most organizations cannot be liable for recommendations. The BBB or Angie’s List will be a great resource to find credible information.

Where To Report Your Home Flooded

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Public:
First stop – Report the issue:
• 911- If there is a crime happening on your property, call this number first!
• 411 – general information
• 311 – city services (potholes, utilities, sidewalks, traffic lights, AND ALL DAMAGES, etc.) Download the Houston 311 app for ease of use.…

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Houston Flood 2015 Resources

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Public:
First stop – Report the issue:
• 911- If there is a crime happening on your property, call this number first!
• 411 – general information
• 311 – city services (potholes, utilities, sidewalks, traffic lights, AND ALL DAMAGES, etc.) Download the Houston 311 app for ease of use.…

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New FEMA Meetings

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Mayor Parker and representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and various City departments will be on hand to provide flood recovery information and answer questions about everything from filing a flood claim to debris collection and permitting.


Fondren Middle School 7 - 8:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 3, 2015 6333…

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Proper/Respectful Disposal of Holy books & Ritual Objects

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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There will be a trailer and a crew to load Sheimos (ruined holy books and ritual objects) at the UOS Parking Lot (9001 Greenwillow) on Tuesday (6/2) from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM, and then at the Meyerland Minyan Parking Lot (9606 Chimney Rock) from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM.

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FEMA Townhall Meeting TONIGHT (6/1)

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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There will be a FEMA Town Hall meeting this evening, Monday, June 1 at 7:00 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center (5601 South Braeswood Blvd.) FEMA representatives will make a presentation and be available to answer questions for all those affected by the flood. Resource material will be provided. Please…

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School Picture Recovery

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Attention parents of children at Kolter ES, Herod ES, Twain ES, Horn ES, Pershing MS and Bellaire HS: Did your child's school pictures get ruined by the recent flooding? If so, please email Photo Texas Photography at underclass@phototexasphotography.com and they will reprint them for free!


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Dry Cleaning FYI

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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I talked with the a woman at the MW cleaners I use (Holcomb near Kirby). She said for now they are taking in clothes to be cleaned/restored on a case by case basis. All you have to do is ask. She suggested people go to the dry cleaner they use…

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Braes Interfaith Ministries - TAKING DONATIONS

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Braes interfaith ministries has food, toiletries, and clothes. Normally you need an id and something addressed to you to prove your area code. However if you are a flood victim just tell them that and they will help! They are also taking donations for those still wanting to help! 4300…

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FYI For Seniors

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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When you come across a senior that is in need of help please dial 2-1-1 and asked to speak to a SENIOR SPECIALIST. Our community has an existing network and we need to get these seniors connected. The senior specialist will report their situation to 3-1-1 and send their information…

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Texas Realtors Relief Fund

posted about 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Westbury United Methodist Church
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Texas Realtors Relief Fund - Texans who suffered property damage to their primary residences from the May 2015 flooding may be eligible for up to $2,500 in assistance from the Texas REALTORS® Relief Fund. If you or someone you know was affected by the floods, get more information and download…

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