Texas Housers on Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery is an issue that is linked to both fair housing and civil rights at its core. Historically, communities of color and low-income communities have faced institutional hurdles to recover economically, have been located in areas that are less safeguarded from natural disasters, and have been routinely ignored by systems designed to help wealthier, whiter communities first and with more favor. Below is Texas Housers work to correct these issues and build a future where Disaster Recovery works for all.

Here are a few of our pages (Ed note to ad)


Taking Care of Texas during COVID-19 – A white paper with housing policy recommendations to the Texas governor and state officials by Texas Housers

Keeping Texans housed during and after the COVID-19 crisis – A white paper with housing policy recommendations to local city governments from Texas Housers

Protections for Texas Renters: COVID-19 – A resource from the University of Texas with updates regarding State, city, and county provisions regarding COVID-19

Federal Eviction Moratorium Guide – A flyer made by Texas Housers on the current eviction rules from the Federal Government.

CARES Act Tenant Protections [English/Español] – BASTA (Building and Strengthening Tenant Action)

Subsidized housing tenant protections during COVID-19 Crisis – Evictions, Late Fees, & More – BASTA (Building and Strengthening Tenant Action)

Protecciones para inquilinos en vivenda subsidiada durante COVID-19: Desalojos, Cargos por retraso, y mas – BASTA (Buscando Acción y Solidaridad Que Transforme el Arrendamiento)

Housing-Rights.org – Austin Tenants Council has a number of response resources on their website, including places to report housing discrimination, online counseling services regarding rights, ways to reporting notices to vacate under COVID-19’s moratorium, and more.

COVID19 Tips for Renters – Here is a flyer from the Texas Gulf Coast Area Labor Federation with guidance for renters in the Gulf Coast region. This is the list of federally-backed properties.

2019 Novel Coronavirus Tracker – Harris County Public Health COVID-19 Cases