HURRICANE HARVEY UPDATE: City of Houston Opens New Neighborhood Restoration Center in Northwest Houston

HOUSTON—State Representative Dwayne Bohac (District 138-Houston) is pleased to report the City of Houston is opening an additional Neighborhood Restoration Center in northwest Houston this week. This new location at the Spring Branch Community Health Center is part of a partnership with Memorial Assistance Ministries to offer long-term disaster recovery support and services in neighborhoods hit hardest by Harvey and will open on February 1st.


NEW: Memorial Assistance Ministries at Spring Branch Community Health Center (open 2/1)
7777 Westgreen Blvd
Cypress, Texas 77433
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Memorial Assistance Ministries Center
1625 Blalock Road
Houston, TX 77080
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm

For more information, email MAM at For a list of all Houston Neighborhood Restoration Centers, visit

The centers are places where residents can get more information and connect to resources that help them in their recovery as well as establish plans for resiliency of the neighborhood. This collaboration between the City of Houston and their partners will help serve, guide and support residents through their recovery process. The centers provide four main service areas:

1. Outreach, Engagement, and Assessment

2. Disaster Recovery Information

3. Workshops & Special Events

4. Direct Services

City Departments participating in the program include:

  • Department of Neighborhoods, New Americans & Immigrant Communities
  • Department of Neighborhoods, Mayor’s Citizens’ Assistance Office
  • Houston Public Works – Houston Permitting Center
  • Office of Business Opportunity
  • Housing & Community Development Department
  • Houston Health Department
  • Houston Health Department – Area Agency on Aging
  • Office of Emergency Management
  • Solid Waste Management Department

Houston residents in need of assistance related to Harvey recovery who cannot come to the center are asked to call Texas 2-1-1 (877-541-7905) so a trained case manager can be made aware of their individual needs and connect them with recovery services.

These centers are NOT for FEMA assistance. There are still FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers open for FEMA specific issues. Please visit and for more information.

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