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Red Cross disaster assistance deadline tomorrow

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CORPUS CHRISTI -

If you are still needing to apply for Red Cross disaster assistance, tomorrow is your last chance to do so. 

For those who meet the eligibility requirements, the program will provide $400 in aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey. 

In order to be eligible to receive the $400 of financial assistance, you must a criteria which includes:

  • Having severe damage to your home from Harvey
  • Being displaced from your home for several days
  • Having an immediate need for basic necessities

Monday at the Red Cross's newest disaster assistance office on Brownlee Blvd., a line of people filling out their application stretched all the way out into the street. 

Red Cross officials say that once you have applied, you will have to wait for an e-mail or a phone call from the Red Cross which could take a while. 

Debra Murphy-Luera, the Executive Director for the Coastal Bend Chapter American Red Cross says, "It may take up to 72 or more hours, just because of the magnitude of the individuals across the state applying."

The Red Cross is also taking applications in Port Aransas, Aransas, Rockport and Gregory. 

You can also apply online @ https://harveyhelp.redcross.org/index.html, but the deadline is tomorrow, October 10th. 

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