Hurricane Laura support

With the devastation Hurricane Laura has caused, TRS Staffing Solutions is responding with a plan to support our affected colleagues during this difficult time. 

FEMA Disaster Assistance

State and federal officials are encouraging Louisiana residents affected by Hurricane Laura to register for disaster assistance with FEMA as soon as possible.

The first step is to contact your insurance company to file your storm-damage insurance claims.

The second step is to register: 

  • Call 1-800-621-3362 (FEMA) or TTY 1-800-462-7585 for the speech and hearing-impaired. 
  • If you use 711-Relay or Video Relay Services (VRS), call 1-800-621-3362. 

The toll-free telephone lines operate from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CDT, seven days a week. 

Go to or via web-enabled phone or tablet at


Health Services and Updates to your Health Benefits


Copays for Teladoc visits are temporarily waived and set to $0 for all plans effective March 20 to the remainder of the year. If you are enrolled in a United Healthcare Medical Plan through TRS, you are covered by Teladoc. Teladoc gives you 24/7 access to doctors for general medical consultations. Their doctors can review your symptoms and prescribe medications, if needed.

Teladoc is currently experiencing longer than usual wait times for a doctor call-back, but this is still one of the best options to receive free medical care in the safety of your own home.


Download the Teladoc app:

  1. Download the Teladoc app from your mobile device app store prior to your first virtual visit
  2. Complete a medical history for yourself and any covered family members
  3. When the need arises, request a doctor appointment and choose a video or phone consultation. Contact number:  800-835-2362.

United Healthcare

Download the United Healthcare app:

  1. Find United Healthcare in your app store
  2. Download the mobile app
  3. Set up password credentials

Helpful Links:

Staying safe from COVID – 19 after Hurricane Laura:

How to register for Local updates:

Calcashout and Nixle provide real time texts about emergencies or incidents. You can filter the types of alerts for Nixle and by location.


You can review the State of Louisiana’s website for Hurricane Laura helpful information and links.


To receive text notifications from the Governor’s Office pertaining to Hurricane Laura, text 'LAURA' to 67283 and sign up for phone calls by going to Smart911. For shelter information, text 'LASHELTER' to 898211 or call 2-1-1.


Keep up to date with the local weather channel – find out how to get their news app here.

Staying with friends or family

If you will be staying with friends or family outside your household:

  • Talk to the people you plan to stay with about how you can all best protect yourselves from COVID-19.
  • Consider if either of your households has someone who is at higher risk of developing severe illness from COVID-19, including older adults or people of any age who have underlying medical conditions. Make sure everyone knows what they can do to keep them safe from COVID-19.
  • Follow everyday preventive actions, including covering coughs and sneezes, washing your hands often, and avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. Consider taking extra precautions for people living in close quarters.
  • Know what to do if someone in your family or in the household you are staying with becomes sick with COVID-19. Take steps to keep your pets safe.


Stay safe after a hurricane

In addition to following guidance for staying safe and healthy after a hurricane, note that:

  • You should continue to follow preventive actions to protect yourself and others from COVID-19, like washing your hands and wearing a mask during clean-up or when returning home.
  • It may take longer than usual to restore power and water if they are out. Take steps to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning if you use a generator.


If you are injured or ill, contact your medical provider for treatment recommendations. Keep wounds clean to prevent infection. Remember, accessing medical care may be more difficult than usual during the pandemic.


Dealing with disasters can cause stress and strong emotions, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is natural to feel anxiety, grief, and worry. Coping with these feelings and getting help when you need it will help you, your family, and your community recover.


People with pre-existing mental health conditions should continue with their treatment and be aware of new or worsening symptoms. Additional information can be found at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

TRS Contact Information

For any concerns please contact the following personnel:

For Payroll queries:


Houston:     832-783-6000

Lake Charles:     337-802-0100


Staffing Coordinator Email:


3151 Briarpark Drive, Suite 850, Houston, TX 77042




Lindsey Attaya – Branch Manager

(832) 783-6112


Aresha Hayter - Staffing Coordinator

(832) 783-6117

(832) 421-5592

Jennifer Crown - Staffing Administrative Mgr.

(832) 783-6105

(832) 477-4903

Mandy Avila - Recruiter

(832) 783-6124

(713) 256-0007

Raquel de la Rosa - Staffing Coordinator

(832) 783-6127


David Feliciano - Recruiter

(832) 783-6126

(713) 202-5941

Stephanie Warneke - Recruiter

(832) 783-6104

(979) 583-8149

Constance Wingo - Business Development


(832) 248-4088

Abel Contreras - Business Development Select

(832) 783-6116

(713) 825-2651

Nathan Guidry - Recruiter Select

(832) 783-6122

(713) 249-2859

Lake Charles:

710 W. Prien Lake Rd, Suite 208, Lake Charles, LA. 70601




Lindsey Attaya – Branch Manager

(832) 783-6112


Calandra Carter – Staffing Coordinator


Other important contact details:

Benefits Resource Center


VSP Vision


Retirement Savings Center