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FEMA Denied?  Appeal, Appeal!

The reasons for FEMA denials often mean that a question has not yet been answered as required for approval.  For example, some step in the approval process was missed or the application was completed but not signed.  Whatever the reason, the very organization that issued the denial, FEMA, is there to assist you with your appeal.

Call FEMA Today at 1(800) 621-3362

A FEMA representative can assist you in understanding the reason for your denial and by identifying what documentation could reverse the decision in your appeal.  For more information go to www.fema.gov.

Get in Touch     Stay in Touch

January 16, 2018 is the date the FEMA Transitional Shelter Assistance (TSA) program is scheduled to end.  Despite numerous previous extensions, between now and January 16, it is urgent that all TSA participants make arrangements for long term housing.   For this reason, it is important that you stay in touch with FEMA about your status.

Watch for Future Programs at www.harrisrecovery.org or contact a Resource Navigator.  Resource Navigators can help guide you and eliminate the confusion of recovery resources and various programs!

Call a Resource Navigator at 713-696-1998 or email navigator@csd.hctx.net

Welcome to the Harris County Recovery Network Website

In the event of a disaster or other emergency, this is your information hub for the weeks and months after the immediate emergency passes and recovery begins. If the emergency creates the need for shelters, food and water distribution or longer term housing we’ll do our best to point you in the right direction. This is NOT the best source of information before and during an emergency.

The Harris County office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management will coordinate with the local news outlets before and during the actual emergency. The Harris County Recovery Network is here to serve you in the in the weeks, months and even years beyond the immediate emergency. Meanwhile, we hope you take the time to review this information from lessons learned after past emergencies.