Harvey Home Connect - Eligibility Pre-Screen

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Note: If you have already started an intake form, please click this link to resume filling it out. You will need the password you created when you clicked save and resume when you exited the form previously.


Harvey Home Connect is a common application and coordination system for eligible seekers of home repair services in the City of Houston as well as Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery, and Waller Counties who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. Using the information provided on this form, we match these eligible seekers of home repair services to reputable, pre-vetted nonprofits (listed below) who can help.

Harvey Home Connect is funded by the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund and is professionally managed by SBP, a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that specializes in disaster resilience and recovery.

Be sure to check out our FAQ if you have further questions.


First, please fill out the eligibility pre-screen on the next page to see if you might be eligible for home repair services from our partner organizations.  

Then, if it looks like you're eligible, you will be asked to fill out the intake form, which takes about 30 minutes to complete.

In order to receive home repair services, you will need to upload digital copies of the following documents (clear, easy-to-read photos are ok).

For each adult household member:

    • Tax return (if filed in past two years)
    • 2 most recent pay stubs (if income is greater than $0)
    • 2 most recent checking account statements (if person has checking account)
    • 1 most recent savings account statement (if person has savings account)

For each home:

    • Current deed, statement of ownership, or affidavit proving ownership
    • Most recent mortgage statement (if home is mortgaged)
    • Property tax payment plan (if applicable; we’ll cross-reference all applications with HCAD)
    • FEMA documentation (where applicable)

If you do not have all of these documents on hand, we encourage you to go ahead and submit an application without the documents. We will follow up with you to collect the documents to proceed to the next step of the process.

Our team has a commitment to transparency through this process. If you successfully submit the intake form, we will send you SMS and email updates on a weekly basis to provide you information about your intake status.

Harris County: Avenue CDC, BakerRipley, BuildAid, Fifth Ward CRC, Habitat for Humanity Northwest Harris County, Houston Habitat for Humanity, Rebuilding Together Houston, SBP, Team Rubicon, Tejano Center for Community Concerns, and YWCA.

Fort Bend County: BakerRipley, BuildAid

Montgomery County: BakerRipley

Waller County: BakerRipley

Check to see if your home is eligible to begin the Harvey Home Connect application process.
Please enter the address of the home that was damaged by Hurricane Harvey and needs to be repaired.

Please check the boxes that apply to your household and the home that needs to be repaired. All boxes must be checked to proceed with Harvey Home Connect, but meeting these requirements does not necessarily guarantee that your home can be repaired.

This includes adults and any children

We regret to inform you that your home is not eligible for Harvey Home Connect. 

If you think this occurred in error, please revisit our eligibility pre-screen at HarveyHomeConnect.org.

To be eligible for Harvey Home Connect, you must meet the following guidelines:

    • The house needed repairs must be in the City of Houston and/or Harris County
    • The house must have been damaged by Hurricane Harvey
    • You must have lived in the house during Hurricane Harvey
    • The house must be owned by you, a member of your household or a family member (living or deceased)
    • Your total annual household income must be less than 400% of the federal poverty level given your household size

If you are seeking home repair services for a home outside the City of Houston or Harris County, the following service providers may be able to help you:

If you are seeking home repair services and your income level is above 400% of the federal poverty level, BuildAid has a loan program for middle income families.

If you, a member of your household, or a family member, do not legally own your home, please reach out to a pro bono legal services nonprofit to get assistance in clearing your title: