Hurricane Ida Relief Information

When a crisis hits, HCA Healthcare cares for our patients, our communities and our colleagues.  The HCA Healthcare Hope Fund is one source of support we show one another when our colleagues face unexpected hardships.

With the Hope Fund grants program we are able to consider assistance for those who have a demonstrated financial need related to:

  • Temporary housing, food, and clothing immediately following a disaster
  • Long term recovery needs including home and primary vehicle damage as a result of a disaster

Visit our Apply for Help page to learn more and submit an application to request assistance.

Disaster assistance

For more information about disaster assistance available to our colleagues, please download this flyer. This includes information related to the types of assistance the Hope Fund may be able to provide, as well as details on the process of submitting an application, providing documentation, and what to expect after you apply.

Extended power outage

Assistance in the event of a hardship due to power outage only (without displacement from or damage to primary residence) will be considered only if the application has been submitted on or before September 15th, 2021.

Contractor references

HCA Healthcare recognizes that access to construction help may be difficult in the wake of Hurricane Ida. With the assistance of the company's partners, HCA Healthcare may be able to provide you temporary emergency help until a permanent solution can be implemented.

Community demand for these resources is high.  The goal is to connect you with the appropriate trades as quickly as possible.  All services or work performed will be billed directly to the homeowner.  However, should colleagues have difficulty paying for repairs or collecting insurance, the HCA Healthcare Hope Fund may be able to provide financial assistance.

If you have needed repairs to your property and would like to connect with a sourced contractor complete this form and send it to the email addresses listed on the form.

Additional resources

FEMA is providing assistance to those impacted by Hurricane Irma. Visit https://www.fema.gov/disaster/hurricane-ida for more information.

Call the HCA Healthcare Employee Assistance Program (EAP) at 800-434-5100 for more information about helpful resources within your local community.

Have suggestions of organizations to add to this list? Please email us.