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Hurricane Irma/Harvey Information

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The AFA Disaster Relief Fund provides a means for AFA members to assist other members and retirees who have suffered significant damage and/or relocation as a result of a disaster. AFA Disaster Relief Fund Application

Resources

A Message from MEC President Ken Diaz

After the Storm Rebuilding Guide for Houston Residents
Checklists and next steps for rebuilding, obtaining state and federal assistance, and other vital resources for the recovery phase for Houston Residents.
Download the Guide

Crisis Counseling
Find your local AFA EAP committee members for referrals at 800-424-2406 or www.afacwa.org.  You can also talk to a professional about emotional distress by calling the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1-800-985-5990 or texting "TalkWithUs" to 66746.

Disaster Clean-Up
If you need assistance with cleanup after the storm, call 800-451-1954 or 844-965-1386 to be placed on the list.  Disaster recovery organizations will contact you if they are able to help you with clean-up efforts in your area.

Disaster Unemployment Assistance
 Family and friends who have lost job because of the hurricane, may be eligible for unemployment benefits.  For more information, go to  http://www.nelp.org/content/uploads/How-Workers-Access-Unemployment-After-Hurricane-Harvey.pdf

Health Precautions
The Texas Department of State Health Services has put together guidelines for protecting your health during the recovery and clean up phase.  Go to http://dshs.texas.gov/

On-line Medical Care
ROWE Doctors are available online to give FREE medical advice to anyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey. If you can not get to a medical center and need urgent medical advice go to www.rowedocs.com to request an online appointment and we will respond to your needs! #ROWEdisasterline #hurricaneharvey #redcross

Lost or Destroyed Documents
Visit this website for the general steps that can help you get started.   https://www.usa.gov/hurricane-harvey#item-213436

Lost-Destroyed Medications
Many pharmacies are allowing early refills or 10 day refills, so contact your medication supplier.  If you receive your prescriptions by mail and you are in a mail stoppage situation, contact your pharmacy to transfer the prescription to a open brick and mortar pharmacy.

Shelter and Relief
Find an open shelter near you by texting SHELTER and your zip code to 4FEMA (43362). Call United Way Helpline at 211 for information on shelters and other forms of assistance. 

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