Yes, unfortunately. Many people and entities are still waiting for federal grants, reimbursements and flood insurance to kick in.

Jan Mynhier, homeowner in River Plantation in south Conroe, said she is now living on her elderly parents’ living room floor with her two dogs and four sons since her transitional housing assistance disappeared July 1 and she could no longer stay in a hotel.

She said she is trying to rebuild with her own private funds, but in the meantime had to move to a hotel because trailers were not allowed in her subdivision. The Federal Emergency Management Agency and Habitat for Humanity helped some, but she said she was waitlisted at nonprofit United Way of Greater Houston.

She said her house still needs a bathroom, kitchen, electricity, a gas line, appliances and new windows.

Community Impact Newspaper is covering personal stories like these across affected communities in a web series, so look online for more soon.