A Guide to Hurricane Sandy Assistance
Far too many New Jersey residents experienced the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath. This Guide, prepared by Patrick Parker Realty, is intended as a reference to those affected by the Superstorm. The victims of Sandy face a wide variety of financial, housing and legal issues, and here we attempt to survey those issues that arise most often. Although this Guide cannot explore all issues completely or touch on every point that may arise, we have made considerable efforts to determine what issues are most relevant to the victims of the Hurricane and its aftermath. Please note that this information is current as of January 1, 2013 but by the time you read this material, the federal, state and county governments may have adopted additional measures to assist victims of Sandy.
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We realize this Guide cannot answer all of the questions you undoubtedly have in the wake of the Superstorm. Rather, it is intended to identify the issues that many victims will need to consider, and to point you in the right direction. You may need to contact federal, state, city or county officials, local aid organizations, or even seek legal representation in order to obtain more specific information about your individual concerns.
For this we have provided a quick reference list of contact phone numbers:
Small Business Assistance/Disaster Loan Applications
NJ 2-1-1 Hurricane Response and Recover
NJHelps is a free and easy guide for you to determine what programs and assistance for which you may be eligible.
American Red Cross 732-493-9100
NJDOE Hotline for Families Displaced 609-292-2070
For Disability Assistance 1-877-222-3737
For Assistance with Pets 1-855-407-4787
Mental Health Hotline 1-800-985-5990 or 211
New Jersey Disaster Legal Services 1-888-541-1900