WINNIE, Texas — The clock is ticking if you're looking to register with FEMA or the S.B.A for assistance after Tropical Storm Imelda.
Tuesday, December 3rd is the deadline to apply for assistance and seven locations around Southeast Texas are still open to help folks.
Donald Hollister came to one of the FEMA disaster recovery centers around to try to get a little help.
"Harvey and Imelda hit us both," said Hollister,
He said he'll be making major repairs because of the damage the storm brought.
"We are going to replace the whole roof and we are also going to have to replace all of the floor," said Hollister.
FEMA and S.B.A are offering financial assistance to repair homes, replace furniture and buy personal items.
The Small Business Administration has received 3,401 applications, and has approved $56 million in aid to be given to victims as of Wednesday.
As of Tuesday, FEMA has approved more than $61 million in disaster assistance for homeowners and renters.
More than $52,000 of that money is for housing assistance, to help replace and repair damaged homes.
Since Imelda, FEMA has inspected more than 21,000 homes.
"DSA teams have knocked on nearly 40,000 homes and have interacted with more than 15,000 people," said Hattie Stallworth, a spokesperson for FEMA.
The seven disaster recovery centers will be closed Thanksgiving Day. They'll be open on the following Friday 8 a.m.-noon.
Normal hours of operation for the centers are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Orange County Convention and Expo Center
11475 Farm to Market Road 1442
Orange, TX 77630
Bull Sallas Park Pavilion and Rodeo Arena
21675B McCleskey Road
New Caney, TX 77357
Jack Hartel Bld.
318 San Jacinto Street
Liberty, TX 77575
Cleveland Senior Citizens Organization
220 Peach Ave.
Cleveland, TX 77327
Harris County Social Services Bldg.
9418 Jensen Drive
Houston, TX 77093
Mobile DRC at
Winnie Stowell Community Bld.
335 South Park St.
1310 Pennsylvania Ave.
Beaumont, TX 77701
FEMA encourages anyone dealing with Imelda aftermath to visit www.disasterassistance.gov, or call 1-800-621-3362 to assess needs and to find out what federal assistance may be available to you.
If you use TTY, call 800-462-7585. If you use 711 or Video Relay Service (VRS), call 800-621-3362.