Hurricane Harvey Status and Recovery

The College of Biblical Studies would like to provide financial support to our CBS family who have suffered losses due to Hurricane Harvey. This is not intended to replace insurance coverage or FEMA funds for which you may be eligible. Please click the button below to request funding. This is a one-time allocation and priority will be given to those with documented home or auto damage. We cannot guarantee that all requests for aid nor full amounts will be funded. However, we pray this will help lift some of the burdens as you recover.

 Harvey Relief Fund



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Post-Harvey Update on Classes, Operations at CBS-Houston

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, the College of Biblical Studies-Houston will resume operations, and online classes will begin. On-campus classes will not begin/resume until Thursday, Sept. 7. In the meantime, if you have storm related questions or concerns, contact us at:

Please join us in continuing to pray for everyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey.


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Resources Related to Hurricane Recovery

Anyone needing to register for flood assistance, seek transitional housing or volunteer related to the storm may go to

Download the FEMA mobile app (in English and Spanish) for shelter information, disaster resources, weather alerts and safety tips. Residents in areas affected by this storm should use social media sites like Facebook or Twitter to reconnect with loved ones.

For more information about Hurricane Harvey, including resources deployed and updated information, go to:

For City of Houston information about shelters and disaster follow up, go to

Fort Bend County’s Office of Emergency Management has updates here:

More information and current alerts can be seen by following Facebook pages for a relevant city’s police department, city or county, or office of emergency management.

To learn more about what to do before, during and after severe weather, visit and

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  • Anyone needing help (not a life-threatening emergency): 211
  • To report a missing child, contact the National Emergency Child Locator Center: 866-908-9570
  • To talk to a professional who can help you cope with emotional distress from the storm, call the Disaster Distress Helpline at 800-985-5990, visit, or text TalkWithUs to 66746.