Procor offers some important helpful links for our industry friends and clients’ employees/staff affected by Harvey.

  1. If your home was impacted by Hurricane Harvey we recommend that you apply for FEMA assistance at
  2. By law, FEMA assistance cannot duplicate the assistance you receive from your insurance company, but you may receive assistance for items not covered by insurance. Apply here >
  3. FEMA does offer disaster assistance for other disaster-caused expenses including, medical and dental, child care, funeral and burial, essential household items, moving and storage, vehicle, and some clean-up items. Learn more here>
  4. You should receive a call from FEMA within 10 days of submitting your application to schedule an appointment for a home inspector to visit you. In the event of a catastrophic disaster, an inspector may take longer to visit you. Learn more>
  5. This video is designed to help the hearing impaired learn about disaster assistance. Get contact information and learn what you need to have ready in order to register by phone or online. View here>
  6. Answers to Questions Survivors Ask About Federal Disaster Aid in American Sign Language View here>
  7. FEMA works closely with a wide variety of agencies and organizations to ensure that people with access and functional needs receive lawful and equitable assistance in the aftermath of a disaster. Learn more here>
  8. If you lost work due to a federally declared disaster, you may qualify for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA). Learn more here>
  9. How do I check the status of my FEMA application? Learn how here>
  10. Will FEMA help with repairs/replacement of my car? Answers here>
  11. I was under mandatory evacuation; will FEMA pay me back for my expenses? Answer here>
  12. Where do those affected by Hurricane Harvey have their immediate needs met? Learn more here>