Throughout the years, Extension has provided education to meet the needs of families and communities. Following Hurricane Harvey, the need for financial education is of upmost importance for the individuals and families that have been affected. We would like to offer the following resources and trainings to assist you in your work with individuals and families in your county. All trainings and resources are available to all agents.
Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial Toolkit. The toolkit is a joint project of University of Minnesota Extension and North Dakota State University Extension Service. The toolkit materials (information, worksheets, checklists, and resources) assist disaster professionals, volunteers and survivors in assessing their situation to prevent or recover from financial loss. Use the individual units or the entire toolkit to help the families you work with move along the road towards financial recovery.
Webinar Training Information
Topic: Financial Recovery After Disaster Toolkit and Videos
Host: Lori Hendrickson
Date: Monday, November 20, 2017
Time: 9:00 am, Central Standard Time (Chicago, GMT-06:00)
Session number: 743 293 467
Session password: This session does not require a password.
It would be ideal if prior to the webinar participants could:
- Print off a copy of the Toolkit … put it in a 3-ring binder with tabs between units (Some agents may have been given a copy of the toolkit last year, so check your office)
- Watch at least a few (or all!) of the videos so they are familiar with the layout & content
Texas EDEN Website (https://texashelp.tamu.edu/)
Financial Emergency Preparedness PowerPoint. It is never too early to get prepared. This PowerPoint is designed for use prior to and post-disaster. Topics include: Emergency Financial Records Kit, Storing for Transporting, Insurance Review, First Steps after a Disaster and Insurance Claims.
PowerPoint is available at http://texashelp.tamu.edu/employee/fch/ (Password: 77843)
Training available upon request.
Point of Contact:
Extension Program Specialist
(p) 979-845-1150 (f) 979-845-6496