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There are programs, administered by agencies throughout the state, that were created to help people recover from the aftermath of the storm. Programs are designed to address the storm-related unmet needs of survivors and identify long term recovery strategies. Clients work closely with a case manager who helps to develop a recovery plan, find resources and identify suitable referrals.
To find a program in your area, use the search bar at the top of this page to search the NJ 2-1-1 Resource Database. Use the search term Disaster Related Case Management to access all locations throughout the state. Limit your search geographically by entering you zip-code in the zip-code field and setting the distance parameter.
Other resources that may provide you with the help you need are listed below and in additional pages in the Hurricane Sandy section of our website. See the sidebar to the right to view more pages related to this topic.
Long-term recovery groups have been actively assisting survivors throughout our state since Hurricane Sandy left our shores. Find the group in your area listed below if you are in need of assistance. Other organizations offering broad-range and regional recovery services are listed on this page as well.
Bayshore Resource Center
The Bayshore Resource Center (BRC) acts as a one-stop center capable of assessing and addressing the needs of the under-served and vulnerable residents of the Borough of Highlands and nearby communities for disaster case management, advocacy and assistance, and reconstruction. With partner organizations BRC will have access to mental health professionals and financial counselors to assist those in the community needing services. Space will be available in the BRC to collaborative partners, who will be encouraged to designate personnel to be on-site at the BRC during specific times during the week or month, or on a full-time basis, as appropriate. They are located at 426 Navesink Ave (Route 36 At Linden Ave), Highlands, New Jersey and can be reached by phone at 732.893.7301 or email.
Visit their Facebook page to keep up with events the organization is managing.
MOVE (Manasquan Organization of Volunteer Efforts)
MOVE is dedicated to continue assisting residents in long-term disaster relief and recovery. MOVE can provide case managers, educational seminars, emotional/spiritual support and furniture bank assistance. Get Help. Give Help. For more information call (732) 556-7577 or email the organization.