ILA 1351 Federal Credit Union

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Hurricane Planning Tips

ILA 1351 FCU has taken every effort, investing time and resources to ensure the safety of your money. Our disaster recovery plan ensures that each member's accounts are secure and accessible. Your funds are federally insured up to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a government agency. ILA 1351 FCU is prepared to make sure that your money will be here when you need it. We also provide a number of emergency and hurricane resources.

Hurricane Tips

Having your finances in order before a disaster strikes will save you time and frustration. The following tips can help:

  • Gather All Important Documents
  • Verify Insurance Coverage On Your Home
  • Create a Disaster Supply Kit
  • Create a Home Inventory
  • Develop a Family Disaster Plan
  • Know How To Secure Your Home
  • Fill Up — Gas & Cash
  • Keep Important Number & Websites
  • Use Shared Branching

Important National Phone Numbers & Sites


National American Red Cross
(866) 438-4636

FEMA Disaster Aid
(800) 621-FEMA (3362)

Important Local Phone Numbers & Sites

Greater Houston Area Red Cross
(713) 526-8300

Harris County Homeland Security & Emergency Management
(713) 881-3100

Galveston County Office of Emergency Management
(281) 309-5002

Harris County Sheriff's Office
(713) 221-6000

Galveston County Sheriff's Office
(409) 766-2322 or (281) 534-3515

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