See the articles below for important Hurricane Sandy information.
Additional childcare funds are available as subsidies for Sandy-impacted families in affected counties. Apply now through your local CCR&R agency.
Gap Funding Initiative (GFI) Money Available for New Jersey HomeownersHousing assistance grants of up to $30,000 are available through the Gap Funding Initiative (GFI) for Sandy-related RREM home repairs. See their web page for more information.
Sandy Housing and Rental Assistance Program (SHRAP)The Working Families Living Expenses Voucher Program provides up to six months of housing and related assistance and is capped at $15,000 in direct payments or vouchers per household. It is available for eligible individuals or families experiencing financial distress directly related to housing needs as a result of Superstorm Sandy.Read the press release for more information.
IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT HURRICANE SANDY INSURANCE CLAIM DEADLINES
Sandy Flood Insurance Claims: Deadline to File Proof of Loss: October 29, 2014
Filing A Lawsuit or Submitting a Supplemental Clam to Your Homeowner Insurance Company
July 15, 2013 - Christie Administration Announces Close of Application Period for Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) and Homeowner Resettlement Programs (from the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs)
Hurricane Sandy General Information
Robin Hood Foundation offers $55,000 for Union County families impacted by Sandy (from nj.com) - The Robin Hood Foundation is offering $1,000 grants in Union County to low income families to pay for Sandy related losses. To apply, residents of Union County should gather proof of income, estimates, and insurance statements, and call Jodi Fox at (908) 352-8375.
LSNJ Hurricane Sandy Outreach Flyers
General Information: English / Spanish
Hurricane Sandy Hotline Flyer: English / Spanish
FEMA Appeal: English / Spanish
Tax Relief: English / Spanish
SBA Loans: English / Spanish
Displaced Students: English / Spanish
Immigrant Rights: English / Spanish
Security Deposits: English / Spanish
Advice for Tenants Displaced by Hurricane Sandy
FEMA Fact Sheets—Temporary Housing Assistance
Individuals and Households Program (IHP)
Frequently Asked Questions
Disaster Tips for NJ Consumers Affected by Sandy
Disaster Unemployment Assistance
Temporary Relief for Immigrants Following Hurricane Sandy
Immigrant Eligibility for Assistance after Sandy