A growing list of miscellaneous resources purposed to help those affected by Harvey

UNEMPLOYMENT HELP

WORKFORCE SOLUTIONS

Help with finding employment, enhancing job skills, financial aid for child care, financial aid for training and educational scholarships

TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION

Available for Texas residents whose jobs were affected by Tropical Storm Harvey in Texas, specifically those who live or work in the counties included in the major disaster declaration. This may include people not normally eligible for unemployment benefits, such as self-employed persons and farm-workers. They can apply for unemployment benefits online.

ALL DISASTER UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS

UNITED WAY

Call a 2-1-1 to be connected with critical health and human service programs that provide basic needs, health services, financial assistance for job training, programs for seniors and after-school programs

SCHOOL DISTRICT RESOURCES

CCISD CARES

Offers guidance for students within the Clear Creek ISD who have suffered Harvey’s flood waters.

COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS (Bay Area)

Provides food, clothing, toiletries, cleanup supplies and gift cards for unmet needs

INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES & SPECIAL NEEDS

THE ARC OF TEXAS

Harvey resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

UPCOMING LOCAL EVENTS

BUDGETING & SAVING 101

At all Clear Creek Community Church campuses on Nov. 5, 12, 19 is a free 3-week Budgeting & Saving 101 class. Please click the link below to find out more about where each class will be.

HOPE NOW (Houston Workshop)

The HOPE NOW workshop will be held October 3-5 from 11am-8pm at the Chinese Community Center on 9800 Town Park Dr., Houston, TX 77036. Click here for more info:

OTHER LOCAL RESOURCES

INTERFAITH CARING MINISTRIES

Food, toiletries, cleanup supplies, gift cards for unmet needs, rental payment assistance, some hotel fee assistance and school supplies.

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES

Working with families to help connect them with the needed resources and assisting with unmet needs at this time; food, clothing, toiletries, cleanup supplies, donation drop-off site coordination (serves Galveston County, including displaced residents now residing in Galveston County)

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF HOUSTON SSFV

Food, clothing, toiletries, transportation, gift cards for unmet needs, housing, homeless prevention and rapid rehousing (must have served 1-day active duty. Income under 50% AMI)

HOUSTON FURNITURE BANK

Providing furniture needs to families

W.I.C. REPLACEMENT

Please visit the local WIC office for replacement of food, formula supplements or call 713-407-5800.

USA.gov

Provides advice on replacing vital documents