Texas Department of Housing & Community Affairs - Building Homes and Strengthening Communities

Media Contact:
Kristina Tirloni 512-475-4743

Public Inquiries:
TDHCA Housing Resource Center
800-525-0657

Fax:
512-469-9606

Mailing Address:
TDHCA
Public and Policy Affairs
P.O. Box 13941
Austin, Tx 78711

Physical Address:
221 East 11th Street
Austin, Tx 78701

TDHCA Press Room

Are you ready?

Hurricane season officially began June 1 and there are still four and half months to go (season runs from June 1 to November 30). While you can’t prepare for every disaster, TDHCA’s Disaster Relief Resources is a great online resource for guidance on housing, lost paperwork, road conditions, and other general tips in the event that you find yourself unexpectedly leaving home.

The TDHCA Disaster Relief Resources page breaks down information for individuals, families, rental property owners (for TDHCA-monitored properties), and nonprofits. For those in federally-declared disaster areas there are helpful links to the Federal Emergency Management System, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the Texas General Land Office.

We also a provide families and individuals use of the TDHCA Vacancy Clearinghouse, a searchable database to find rent-reduced apartment homes.

There is a motto in the emergency management world which states “don’t be scared; be prepared.” So, take the time now, before disaster strikes, to formulate a plan for you and your household. Be ready in case you need to act quickly and remember these helpful online resources.

 

News Releases

News releases are developed by the Communications and Marketing section of the Division of Policy and Public Affairs to publicize TDHCA program activities. These include application funding cycles, program grant awards, special events, board activities, and other relevant information.