Hurricane Harvey Registry researchers are asking residents in the Greater Houston area to complete a short survey on the long-term effects of Harvey as well as the recent floods in May for a health report about the storms.
The Hurricane Harvey Registry—a joint venture of Rice University, the Environmental Defense Fund and health departments in the Harvey-affected region—is asking Houstonians affected by the May 7-11 flooding to take part in its survey
The registry originally
requested feedback from residents affected by Harvey and how the August 2017 storm impacted their health and housing, but survey takers can now include their experiences related to this more recent storm.
Registrants who already took the survey can log back into their account and access a supplemental survey related to the May storm.
To take the survey, click here