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City of Houston Housing and Community Development Department
2100 Travis Street, 9th floor
Houston, TX 77002

Phone: 832.393.0550

Email: housingrecovery@houstontx.gov

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Housing Resource Center

Notice

In response to COVID-19, three of the City of Houston’s HoAP program Housing Resource Centers (HRCs) have been permanently closed.  The remaining HRC continues with its temporary suspended in-person consultation policy until further notice.

During this time, rest assured that we continue to work with homeowners to complete applications and submit documents.

Currently, there are several ways a homeowner can submit documentation to HoAP, including direct upload through their portal and/or in-person drop off or mail in to:

City of Houston – HCDD
Attn:  Disaster Recovery HoAP Program
2100 Travis St., 9th Floor
Houston, Tx 77002

You may reach us through our Disaster Recovery Hotline at 832-393-0550 or housingrevocery@houstontx.gov for more information.  Thank you for your continued patience during this time.

The City operates it's Housing Resource Center (HRC) in Northeast Houston. This is a physical location where residents can access recovery resources and work with a housing specialist in person. The HRC opened on January 14, 2019. Mobile Outreach Teams are also available to participate in events or visit specific locations.

Our team is also happy to hold events in requested areas. Please see our Upcoming Events page and fill out the Outreach Form to request an event in your neighborhood.

Northeast Housing Resource Center
9551 N. Wayside Drive (North Wayside Sports & Recreation Center)
Houston, TX 77028

Need Help? Call 832.393.0550

Monday - Friday: By Appointment
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

Upcoming Events

The Harvey Recovery Team attends events around the city to raise awareness about recovery programs and help Houstonians complete the Harvey Recovery Survey.