hurricane assistance resources
employees in affected areas
report or update your status
The Chevron Employee Emergency Line (CEEL) has been activated for employees who reside in the areas where hurricanes Harvey and Irma have struck. If you have not yet reported your status to CEEL, please do so online (requires intranet access) or by calling 1-800-334-3963.
Listen to the options carefully, there may be more than one storm or natural disaster occurring at the time of your call. Select the situation that is appropriate to your situation.
If you have already reported your status, but need to update or change any of the information you previously provided, contact CEEL again. This can be done online (requires intranet access) or by calling 1-800-334-3963.
Additional information is provided in the FAQs under Financial assistance.
If you believe you're eligible for this assistance, please contact your HR business partner (requires intranet access).
Chevron works with suppliers to provide employees assistance in finding temporary or alternative housing. Housing costs are not covered by Chevron, but may be available through your homeowner’s or renter's insurance policy.
Please keep in mind that furnished housing is expensive, but in most cases will be less than an extended-stay hotel of comparable quality.
Rental and Hotel information for Houston Area
In the Houston area, expect the following average monthly furnished housing cost:
- One bedroom: $4,000 - $5,500
- Two bedrooms: $4,500 - $6,000
- Three bedrooms: $5,000 - $8,000
- Location and availability will vary.
NOMAD Temporary Housing
Preferred Corporate Housing
Weichert Corporate Housing
Phone: 877-533-9009, option 9 for disaster housing
Carlson Wagonlit Travel (CWT): Chevron has also contracted with CWT, to provide affected employees with assistance finding temporary hotel accommodations. Employees can call CWT at 1-800-315-5792 and push 9 to be routed to a CWT operator, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Some hotels may require a minimum stay.
Employee-to-employee Harvey relief site: Check out the listings for housing, furnishings and other support offered by your colleagues.
The stress of a natural disaster has the potential to cause personal and family challenges. Please utilize the confidential consulting services available to you and your family through the EAP as you begin to focus on recovery.
The documents below may be of particular use to those dealing with the aftermath of a natural disaster.
- Avoiding frauds and scams after a natural disaster
- Coping with fears after the hurricane
- Helping the elderly after a natural disaster
- Working with your insurance company
- Returning to your flooded home
Call the Chevron clinics if you have medical questions. The clinics are also available for consultation and can provide a list of local medical providers to obtain vaccinations or medical services.
- Houston clinic 1-713-372-7474 or CTN 372-7474.
- San Ramon clinic 1-925-842-2995 or CTN 842-2995.
how to contribute to the relief and recovery efforts
Non-U.S. employees can contribute through a dedicated Red Cross website that accepts global donations.
Employee-to-employee Harvey relief site: Employees who have goods and services to offer to their colleagues can post to this site.