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Disclaimer: The State Law Library is unable to give legal advice, legal opinions or any interpretation of the law.
This section from TexasLawHelp's Disaster Manual contains information on replacing: financial documents, immunization records, deeds and mortgages, drivers licenses, SNAP benefit documents, immigration documents, Medicare/Medicade records, Social Security cards, passports, and wills/estate planning documents.
This unit of the Department of State Health Services maintains vital records for the state of Texas, including birth and death certificates, marriage applications, and divorce records. Victims of Hurricane Harvey may qualify for a free replacement birth certificate.
This page from VoteTexas.gov has information about how and where to vote if you were displaced due to a disaster or if your personal ID documents were lost or destroyed. Created in response to Hurricane Harvey, this resource may still be useful for anyone who has been affected by a natural disaster.