Do you have a Disaster Case Manager?
If not, this is an important step to your recovery. Disaster Case Managers will listen, get information from you about your situation and put you on the list for help. Yes, the list is long, but help can't come unless we know who you are.
A variety of groups offer Disaster Case Management and are working together with Galveston County Recovers to get help to the most vulnerable as soon as resources of materials and labor are available.
Catholic Charities, Mainland Community Partnership are two of the agencies providing Disaster Case Managers. Other agencies will be posted here soon.
Recovery services include:
gathering important documents to build the “case” for long term assistance
developing an understanding your household's pre-storm situation
assessing your household's current situation
helping you to identify a “new normal” for goals of post-Harvey life
Your household's recovery activities will reflect your specific needs to find a new job, find a new apartment or replace their flooded car, or repair or rebuild their damaged home.
Your DCM will help you develop an action plan by:
Identifying the best repair or rebuilding option
Evaluating your financial resources to be contributed to recovery
Determining other financial resources needed from other sources to repair and replace your home, furniture, appliances in a place that is safe, sanitary, and secure for the long term.
Determining access to services for people with disabilities or mental health needs
You can make this important step toward your recovery by calling:
409-643-8240 (Mainland Community Partnership) and leave a message if necessary or complete the form below.