Moms & Ladies of SW Houston

Serving Recovers communities:

Group of almost 3000 local women coming together to share resources, laughs, struggles, and support.

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Recent Updates

If you are a homeowner/renter and have flood assistance needs - READ THIS

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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We know that this is a scary time and you might feel lost, frightened and ignored. No one likes the hurry up and wait game, but the truth is, between our amazing city and our amazing volunteers, the City of Houston has made tremendous progress in a week, even though…

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NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEEDS/DONATION/VOLUNTEER REQUESTS ON THIS SITE

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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At the request of the city, we have closed down the intake for this site and are starting to funnel all of our requests through various city vetted groups.

Please look at the posts below for vital information on how to move forward.

If you already submitted a request here,…

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Where To Get Legal Help

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Houstonians are encouraged to call 713-759-1133 to speak to an attorney knowledgeable in insurance matters, property, landlord/tenant law, contracts, disaster assistance and other consumer issues.
More Info: http://www.hba.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Flood-Relief-Extended-LegalLine-Release-00034786x9DCF2-2.pdf

State Bar of Texas Legal Hotline:
http://www.hba.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/State-Bar-Disaster-Hotline.pdf

General Material & Information:
http://texaslawhelp.org/issues/disaster-relief

Where To Find Vendor Recommendations

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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For contractors and other information, most organizations cannot be liable for recommendations. The BBB or Angie’s List will be a great resource to find credible information.

Where To Find Vendor Recommendations

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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For contractors and other information, most organizations cannot be liable for recommendations. The BBB or Angie’s List will be a great resource to find credible information.

Where To Report Your Home Flooded

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Public:
First stop – Report the issue:
• 911- If there is a crime happening on your property, call this number first!
• 411 – general information
• 311 – city services (potholes, utilities, sidewalks, traffic lights, AND ALL DAMAGES, etc.) Download the Houston 311 app for ease of use.…

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Where To Find Temporary Housing Assistance

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Temporary Housing Information and Resource:
• City of Houston Housing and Neighborhoods Department, 832-394-6282
• Red Cross - 877-500-8645


Where/How To Volunteer Moving Forward

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Volunteer: The city did select a portal that all approved volunteers in the area are able to share locations where needs need to be met and where volunteers are not yet on the ground. The city uses this information to make sure they have the support in place for a…

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Water, Towels, Storage Containers Collection - Emery/Weiner School

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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The Emery/Weiner School is collecting water, towels and storage containers from now until Friday, June 5th.

9825 Stella Link Rd, Houston, TX 77025 (832) 204-5900

Houston Flood 2015 Resources

posted almost 5 years ago by KismetSorena from Moms & Ladies of SW Houston
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Public:
First stop – Report the issue:
• 911- If there is a crime happening on your property, call this number first!
• 411 – general information
• 311 – city services (potholes, utilities, sidewalks, traffic lights, AND ALL DAMAGES, etc.) Download the Houston 311 app for ease of use.…

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