Helpful Resources and Support during Winter Storm Uri
As you know (some of you all too well) Winter Storm Uri has invaded the south and left Texas and its neighboring states in devastating conditions; leaving millions without power and water and many without the basic necessities to get through. Our hometown of Houston being one of the hardest hit, we at RR&A have suffered the same.
In spite of this and as Houstonians know, our city is resilient and our people somehow always find a way to lend a hand through difficult times. From all of us at RR&A, please keep yourself and your families safe and if you have the ability, help one another. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help. Our office line is currently down but emails, messages and calls to personal cell phones will be answered as soon as possible.
We know in these times, availability of basic resources like restaurants, grocery stores and shelters may be scarce. Please find below links to several resources that may be of help to you and your family.
Texas road conditions: https://drivetexas.org/#/7/32.340/-99.500?future=false
Crowdsource rescue: https://crowdsourcerescue.com/campaigns/home/223?scope_campaigns=223
Houston Resources (open restaurants, grocery stores, shelters and other):
Links to resources throughout Texas: https://glasstire.com/2021/02/17/winter-storm-resources-for-individuals-artists/
Please note that many of the above resources are crowdsourced by those trying to help. RR&A makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of any information provided in the above.
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