In late August 2017 Tropical Storm Harvey left a path of destruction across Hardin County, Texas.
Flooded over 5,000 homes and displaced individuals and families
Approximately 2,000 homes received major damage or were destroyed
Less than 13% of our impacted community carried flood insurance coverage
Hardin County is a small, underserved county in the TOP 10 most impacted, presidentially declared counties in Texas
Under the direction of Hardin County Judge Wayne McDaniel, Hardin County Strong was initially formed to help individuals and families recover from Harvey. All Harvey cases were completed in August 2020 and Hardin County Strong remains sustainable and active to continue to assist the community with future disaster-related events. Hardin County Strong partners with individuals and organizations who can assist with money, manpower and materials. If you need help, we'll walk you through the process of recovery.
We are always looking for volunteers with a heart to serve. If you would like to be a part of something good and have a desire to serve your community, please click here to be directed to our volunteer page.
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Published October 16, 2017
Lumberton High School audio video students created a Hurricane Harvey reflection video of the impact this storm had on our community and school. Thank you to those who came to our rescue.