The Ostomy Association of the Houston Area

We help ourselves by helping others to help themselves.
Affiliated with the United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc.

Hurricane Harvey Donation Information

In order to better meet the needs of ostomates in the Houston area, we are changing our method of managing the supply situation. We are going to collect information about what is available and match to the type of supply needed. This should be more efficient and less expensive than mass shipping quantities of supplies here.

If you have supplies, please email rockynme2@aol.com the following information.
Name
Phone
Email
Location (If Houston, what part of town)
Product (pouch 1 or 2 peice, wafer, seal, etc.)
Brand (Convatec, Eakin, Holister, Coloplast, ...)
Description (Durahesive, Convex, Moldable,...)
Size
Quantity (boxes or individual)

If you need supplies, please email rockynme2@aol.com, text or call 713-824-8841 with the following information.
Name
Phone
Email
Location (If Houston, what part of town)
Product (pouch 1 or 2 peice, wafer, seal, etc.)
Brand (Convatec, Eakin, Holister, Coloplast, ...)
Description (Durahesive, Convex, Moldable,...)
Size
Quantity (boxes or individual)

The following medical supply stores are open.
Spring Branch Medical Supply - 713-465-2200 - 8700 Long Point
Medic Pharmacy - 713-666-6353 - 4040 S. Braeswood

Shield - If you know of anyone that is needing supplies please reach out to me. They do not have to be a current Shield customer to request supplies during this emergency. Our company wants to help where they can and is offering to do their best to get supplies to them wherever they are - including shelters.
Stefanie Hutchins, CWCMS| Territory Representative | Cell 713.927.4658 |Fax 713.830.1177
We have heard from UOAA groups around the country and our local product representatives. The response to provide supplies is amazing. Thank you to all.

Please reach out to your product manufacturer. Many will send you what you need for the interim. If you need contact information, please call or email.

Thanks to all for your response to this crisis.

Denise Parsons
VP Ostomy Association of the Houston Area
rockynme2@aol.com