Resources for Hays County Flood Victims

Residents in the City of Kyle experienced heavy rains and flooding earlier this month. Some residents also experienced property damage as a result of the flooding. The following agencies and organizations are available and prepared to assist families that have been affected by the recent floods. 

Organization Contact Name Contact Information
American Red Cross: provides emergency assistance, disaster relief and education to affected victims. Terry Faglie


terry [dot] faglie [at] americanredcross [dot] org

Barnabas Connection: Wimberley United Methodist Church outreach organization that offers referrals to resources that can assist with a variety of issues. Harold Tannahill

(512) 847-1664

barnabasconnection [at] gmail [dot] com

Hays County Food Bank: provides food to residents in need in the greater Hays County area. Jim Wagner

(512) 392-8300 ext. 222

jwagner [at] haysfoodbank [dot] org

WIC (Women, Infants & Children): provides supplemental nutritious foods, education, counseling, screening and referrals to other health welfare and social services; primarily targets women, infants and children. Amanda Yazbek

(512) 268-0003

ayazbek [at] sanmarcostx [dot] gov

Salvation Army: provides meals, temporary lodging and disaster relief to victims Kathy McNiel

(512) 754-8541

katheryn_mcniel [at] uss [dot] salvationarmy [dot] org

Texas A&M AgriLIfe Extension: provides education and information for disaster preparation/recovery of crops, livestock and structures. Richard Parish

(512) 393-2120

re-parrish [at] tamu [dot] edu

United Methodist Church Disaster Services: provides disaster relief to affected victims, including response specialist and relief materials. Eugene Hileman

(210) 557-8698

aehileman [at] umcswtx [dot] org

Wimberley Intercommunity Network: provides assistance and connections to local organizations for services that citizens may require. Cookie Hagmeier cookiemom1 [at] vownet [dot] net