Team Rubicon is expanding operations into communities impacted by Harvey, including Rockport, Friendswood, Beaumont, and Magnolia, TX. As of Sept. 3, over 4,000 requests for assistance have been received through the Crisis Cleanup hotline for Texas, where we have remote support manning the hotlines to identify needs in the region. As our teams focus on the clean-up effort through our core capabilities, there are additional resources available to residents who are likely harboring the stress of navigating the unknown in the wake of disaster.
SBP is a national nonprofit organization committed to helping residents and communities recover from disaster promptly and efficiently. They’ve created resources designed to be as informative, concise, and clear as possible so homeowners can make well-informed decisions to reduce stress and suffering in the coming days and weeks ahead. If survivors can follow the instructions and checklists below, their recovery will be more efficient and predictable.
The following resources are also listed at sbpusa.org/start-here:
- Navigating FEMA and the SBA Process
- Filing Insurance Claims
- Avoiding Contractor Fraud
- Contractor Fraud Checklist
- Mold Remediation Guide
These resources are free and available now to serve survivors as they navigate the complex recovery process and work to avoid costly mistakes.