We work as partners to assist our community with disaster recovery efforts caused by the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey. We are structured along the lines recommended by the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD).

RECOVERY ADVOCATES

Mainland Community Partnership provides Recovery Advocates who offer a range of services to persons negatively impacted by Hurricane Harvey through Long Term Recovery Planning. 

REPAIR & REBUILD

Repair and rebuild efforts are being coordinated by the 4B Disaster Response Network. 4Bs are also planning projects together with Eight Days of Hope. Fuller Center for Housing has ongoing projects in the area.

UNMET NEEDS

Public and Behavioral mental health guides respond on the field for our community. They receive referrals from Recovery Advocates working with disaster-related organizations to identify and respond to unmet needs ( money, materials (donations, equipment, supplies, furniture, appliances, etc.), or muscle (expertise and volunteer labor crews). 

PUBLIC & BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Acts as a bridge between clients and medical providers to address physical health issues. Provides and/or marshals professionals to provide counseling to address emotional and spiritual needs of clients. 

VOLUNTEERS

Current volunteer by partner Work Groups.  These organizations act as the principal contacts for those outside the area wishing to bring in volunteer labor crews. 

FUNDRAISING & FINANCE

Secures grants, donations and other resources. Coordinates with other entities to secure donations and funding. Mainland Community Partnership is the designated fiscal agent while GCLTRG pursues tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service.

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