A report released Thursday, February 21st 2019 found people who suffered damages to their homes during Hurricane Harvey are likely to experience mental health difficulties, such as intrusive or unintended thoughts about the storm. According to Mayor Sylvester turner, “Even though our city has bounced back from Harvey, we still have more healing to do,”.

Here are some of the report’s highlights:

  • 59 percent thought about the storm when they didn’t intend to.
  • 55 percent had their homes damaged.
  • 41 percent experienced loss of income.
  • 34 percent experienced vehicle damage.
  • 26 percent suffered headaches or migraines.

For more information, please click on the report link above.