Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs
Building Homes and Strengthening Communities
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Help for Texans

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Select the type of help you need, enter your city or county, and get a list of organizations that may be able to help you.

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Help with Manufactured Housing

Visit our Manufactured Housing Division or call toll free 800-500-7074.


DISASTER RESOURCES

Register for Help

Homeowners and renters in federally declared disaster areas are encouraged to register for disaster help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (“FEMA”). FEMA help may include grants to help pay for temporary housing and essential home repairs.

Find Housing

Use these databases to find reduced rent apartments:

Disaster Recovery Resources

Visit the Texas General Land Office at TexasRebuilds.org or call toll free 1-844-893-8937 for:

  • Single family home repair;
  • Single family home reconstruction, new construction, demolition, acquisition;
  • Down-payment assistance; and
  • Relocation help.

Utility Disconnection Norice

If you were impacted by Hurricane Harvey and received a utility disconnection notice, contact the Public Utility Commission at 1-888-782-8477, TTY 1-800-735-2988 or customer@puc.texas.gov

Additional Disaster Resources

Find Disaster Relief Resources for Individuals and Families for assistance after a disaster.

AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Find Housing

Use these databases to find reduced rent apartments:

Short-term rent payment help, eviction relief, homeless shelters and services

Tenant Help

HOME EXPENSES

Helps to lower utility bills by making homes more energy efficient.

HOMEOWNERSHIP HELP

Find Disaster Relief Resources for Individuals and Families for assistance after a disaster.

Foreclosure mitigation resources

Call the toll free Homeowner's HOPE Hotline at 1-888-995-4673 or visit Foreclosure Prevention.

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