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If you are interested in receiving updates on Superstorm Sandy you can add your name and email to the list. ReNew Jersey Stronger and the Department of Community Affairs will be e-mailing updates periodically as they become available, to those who sign up here.
Attend one of these free workshops to learn more information about Hurricane Sandy resources including RREM issues, Flood Insurance (NFIP) claim reviews, and contractor issues. Find out more information on this information flyer.
Volunteer Lawyers for Justice - If you have a legal issue(s) arising out of Superstorm Sandy, you are eligible to receive FREE legal counsel and advice and brief services from volunteer attorneys of Volunteer Lawyers for Justice at local clinics they have organized. Persons needing more involved assistance may, if financially eligible, be referred back to VLJ for placement with an attorney. If you cannot attend the clinic in person, please call VLJ’s toll free disaster main line: 862.229.4550.
If you reside in the southern part of New Jersey, please refer to the off-site walk-in office hours in Atlantic and Ocean counties, here.
The Monmouth County Health Department is offering free eye exams for residents who cannot afford them, are under-insured or uninsured.