CHILDREN AT RISK will be speaking out for the children and families impacted by Hurricane Harvey, making sure that local, state, and federal officials understand the devastation caused by the storm and flooding and focus on real solutions to these challenges. In order to better address the needs of affected children and families, C@R gathered local community and governmental organizations to convene the Hurricane Harvey Children’s Recovery Collaborative. Partner organizations are displayed below. To help support C@R efforts, you can donate here. Please specify that the donation is intended for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

HURRICANE HARVEY RECOVERY RESOURCES

Below are several resources to help guide families and stakeholders in rebuilding our communities. For information on a broad variety of topics, see this guide. Click below for resources based on your area of need. 

For statewide information regarding Hurricane Harvey information and resources on document recovery, please visit Senator John Cornyn’s website.

HURRICANE HARVEY PARENTING RESOURCES

Brought to you by the Center for Parenting and Family Well-Being at CHILDREN AT RISK 

Looking for Signs of Trauma and Continuing to Help Your Child Feel Safe

As we begin the recovery process in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, we will need to monitor the recovery of our most vulnerable population – our children. Disasters can leave children feeling scared, nervous, confused and anxious.  It’s important to recognize these...

How to Cope as a Parent so That You Can Be Present for Your Children

From the Center for Parenting and Family Well-Being at CHILDREN AT RISK: This is a stressful and scary time for all of us affected by Hurricane Harvey, including our most vulnerable population – our children. Disasters can leave children feeling scared, nervous,...