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August 2014
Join the HIDRA Network!  
  • We are a local network focused on the Greater Houston community
  • We compliment the work of national faith-based response groups
  • We can respond to smaller, localized disasters
  • We are a trusted partner with governmental and other disaster organizations
  • We are interfaith, representing Houston's diverse faith community
HIDRA is a disaster network specifically for faith communities that seek to be involved in disaster response, but for whom disaster is not a part of their daily mission and work.  Being part of the network provides access to training and workshops focused on faith and disaster, facilitates communication within the Houston community during times of disaster, and is free to you!
For more information abut how to be a partner in HIDRA, contact network coordinator Carol Flores at cflores@imgh.org



U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Technical Assistance Workshop for Houses of Worship  

September 23rd
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will  host this workshop in Houston on FEMA's Guide to Developing High Quality Emergency Operation Plans for Houses of Worship. More details coming soon.  Please check the HIDRA website at IMGH.org/Disaster for updates.

Houston Interfaith Disaster Response Alliance (HIDRA)

House of Worship Consults 

By Request
Contact HIDRA coordinator Carol Flores at cflores@imgh.org to schedule a visit to your house of worship to discuss ways to be involved in the HIDRA Network!
Are you looking for a book on disaster to read with your leadership? Check out A Ready Hope. Follow a congregation through a fictionalized disaster and pick up lots of real-world tips along the way. Continue the conversation on Ready Hope's Facebook page and blog!   Like us on Facebook    Visit our blog
Hosted by Interfaith Ministries for Greater HoustonHIDRA is a network of clergy and lay leaders from Houston area faith communities who gather to learn together and share experiences about disaster preparedness and response. For more information, visit IMGH.org/Disaster.