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  • HOUSTON……………..we have a problem. A storm is what it has taken in order to truly come together and show our strength as a city. Now is a time when we truly need to stand together and make sure being there for each other is a priority. When we first heard about this storm coming because of the first day or two we didn’t think it would be that bad, but as the days began to pass we started to see that things were getting real. Hurricane Harvey has really come to Houston and made us UNITE. This storm has not been a joke, from lives being lost to all belongings be taken. This is the time when we truly need to be there for each other. Race, sexuality, or religion doesn’t matter at this point……ALL LIVES ARE IMPORTANT. At this time we need to make sure that if we can help that we are doing all that we can. If ever I have been impressed by Houston and the effort being put forth by its citizens to ensure the safety of others is outstanding. Please keep up all the good work and continue to make your neighbor and fellow citizen a PRIORITY.  Below you will find all the information that I have as far as helping others. I will do my best to keep this info updated and feel free to comment with any information that you have.

     

    Places Open:

    Spring High School

    Gallery Furniture

    FEMA : 1-800-621-3362 (they are paying for rooms)

    Helicopters: 832-776-4587

    IG: @harveyrescuepage

    Coast Guard: 281-464-4851/52/53/54/55

     

    Police, Firefighters, Ambulance:

    911 or 713-884-3131

    City of Houston (Emergencies):

    311 or 713-837-0311

    Fema(Federal Emergency Management Agency):

    1-800-525-0321

    Harris County:

    713-755-5000

    Office of Emergency Management:

    713-881-3100

    Houston American Red Cross:

    713-526-8300

    866-526-8300

    Flood Control:

    713-684-4000

    Houston TranStar (Transportation and Emergency Services):

    713-881-3244

    ALSO PLEASE LOOK ON SOCIAL MEDIA, THERE ARE MANY PEOPLE OUT TO HELP AND WILLING TO COME IF POSSIBLE!!!!

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