The United Houma Nation Relief Fund was created in the wake of hurricanes Katrina and Rita, which helped thousands of tribal members return home and re-build their communities. Even though it is unpredictable on what level of impact hurricane Gustav will have, hurricane Gustav could hit New Orleans with some mapping evidence that appears it could impact the region west of New Orleans. If this is so, people must know that the communities of the Houma Nation are located west of New Orleans, in the bayou coastal area of Louisiana.
United Houma Nation Relief Fund
4400 Hwy. 1
Raceland, LA 70394
Office: (985) 537-8867
Fax: (985) 537-8812
Contacts: Charlene Soares, Administrative Assistant or Samantha Shaffstall, Program Manager
The purpose of the United Houma Nation Relief Office is to assist tribal citizens impacted by natural disasters and to assist in the coordination of the United Houma Nation disaster preparedness plans.