List of shelters, multi-service centers providing food, safety to those in need in wake of Harvey devastation

A man smokes at a shelter in the George R. Brown Convention Center during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on August 28, 2017 in Houston, Texas. / AFP PHOTO / Brendan Smialowski (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

HOUSTON — Volunteers across the Houston area are working to provide food, shelter and comfort for those impacted by Hurricane Harvey.  The American Red Cross reported more than 1,800 people took refuge from the deadly storm Saturday night in 34 Red Cross and community shelters in Texas.

The organization said they have enough shelter supplies for 28,000 people. Supplies for an additional 22,000 people are on the way.  They are expected to provide hot meals and other needed assistance, such as clean-up kits and emotional support.

In addition, the George R. Brown Convention Center and Gallery Furniture have opened their doors to the public.

See the growing list. Refresh for updates:

Map of shelters American Red Cross has open currently

  • NRG Center at 1 NRG Park, Houston, TX 77054
  • Toyota Center (Check-in at George R. Brown Convention Center)
  • George R. Brown Convention Center
    1001 Avenida De Las Americas
    Houston, TX 77010
  • Gallery Furniture
    6006 North Freeway (I-45 North between Tidwell and Parker)
    Houston, TX 77076
  • Walker County Storm Shelter
    455 State Highway 75 N
    Huntsville, TX 77320
  • Stafford Municipal School District (Volunteers check in at Stafford Middle School Cafeteria at 1625 Staffordshire Road, Stafford, TX 77477)
  • Bay Harbor Methodist Church
    3459 Deke Slayton Expressway
    Galveston, TX 77573
  • Huntsville High School
    515 FM 2821 E Huntsville, TX 77320
  • Knights of Columbus
    1310 Hwy 90 West, Sealy 77474
  • MO Campbell Education Center
    1865 Aldine Bender Rd
    Houston, TX 77032
  • Sacred Heart Catholic Church
    507 S 4th St, Richmond, TX
  • Golden Acres Baptist Church CLC
    2812 Pansy Street PASADENA, TX 77503
  • First Baptist Church Tomball
    401 Oxford Street TOMBALL, TX 77375
  • Fallbrook Church
    12512 Walters
    Houston, Texas 77014
  • Lyndale United Church
    503 Reeid
    Houston, Texas 77002
  • MD Anderson YMCA
    705 Cavalcade
    Houston, Texas 77009
  • Trotter Family YMCA
    1331 Augusta Drive
    Houston, Texas 77057

Multi-Service Centers:

  • Denver Harbor Multi-Service Center
    6402 Market Street
    Houston Texas 77020
    832.395.0895
  • Fifth Ward Multi-Service Center
    4014 Market Street
    Houston, Texas 77020
    832.393.3800
  • Sunnyside Multi-Service Center
    9314 Cullen
    Houston, Texas 77051
    832.395.0069
  • Third Ward Multi-Service Center
    3611 Ennis Street
    Houston, Texas 77004
    832.393.4051
  • West End Multi-Service Center
    170 Heights Blvd
    Houston, Texas 77007
    832.393.5950
  • Trotter Family YMCA
    1331 Augusta Drive
    Houston, Texas 77057
  • Community of Faith Church
    1024 Pinemont Drive
    Houston, Texas 77091
  • John Peavy Senior Center
    3814 Market Street
    Houston, Texas 77020
  • Kashmere Gardens Branch Library
    5411 Pardee
    Houston, Texas 77026

UPDATE 7:45 a.m.

None of the Stafford Municipal School District campuses are shelters at this time. Both Staffordshire Road and Constitution Ave are blocked by high water.

Stafford residents are encouraged to contact the Stafford Police Department at 281-261-3950 or the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management at 281-342-6185 to inquire about shelters in the area.