Texas Winter Storm Recovery Resources – FEMA Videos in ASL

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Texas Winter Storm Recovery Resources – FEMA Videos in ASL

The Texas Winter Storm Recovery Resources includes information and resources designed to help Texans recover from the storm.

The FEMA videos listed below are provided in American Sign Language (ASL).

Three Ways to Register for FEMA Disaster Assistance

Learn more about the three ways to register for FEMA Disaster Assistance, which include calling the FEMA Helpline, downloading the FEMA app, or going online.


Answering Yes to the Disability Question When Registering for Assistance

This video covers the importance of answering ‘yes’ to the disability-related question during the Disaster Assistance registration process if you or someone in your household has a disability or an access and functional need to make sure you or they get the right reasonable accommodations to help with your recovery.


Call FEMA with Questions

If you applied for help from FEMA after the disaster and have questions, you can call the FEMA Helpline to solve issues, get new information, and give new information. You can also use the FEMA Helpline to apply for disaster help before the deadline.


Water Safety After a Disaster

After a flood, water may be contaminated or unsafe for cooking, drinking, or personal hygiene. This video from FEMA and the CDC covers how to make sure water is safe.


Disability Rights Texas logo

Statewide Intake: 1-800-252-9108
Sign Language Video Phone: 1-866-362-2851
Purple 2 Video Phone: 512-271-9391
Online Intake available 24/7: intake.DRTx.org

Disclaimer: Disability Rights Texas strives to update its materials on an annual basis, and this handout is based upon the law at the time it was written. The law changes frequently and is subject to various interpretations by different courts. Future changes in the law may make some information in this handout inaccurate.

The handout is not intended to and does not replace an attorney’s advice or assistance based on your particular situation.

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