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Homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant
Homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant (Dennis Malloy, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Poll: Many NJ Sandy victims feel ‘forgotten’

The overwhelming majority of New Jersey's hardest hit Superstorm Sandy victims feel left behind by the state and very few of them are satisfied with how the Garden State has handled the recovery effort, according to a new Monmouth University poll released Monday.

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Sandy victims still seek counseling

The storm made landfall in New Jersey two years ago, but Sandy victims are still displaying a strong need for mental health assistance.

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Sandy victims
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Poll says 1 in 5 Sandy victims still suffer serious distress

Nearly two years after first making landfall, Superstorm Sandy victims continue to suffer from psychological stress, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a new Monmouth University Poll released Monday.

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Damage in Point Pleasant from Superstorm Sandy
Damage in Point Pleasant from Superstorm Sandy (Townsquare Media NJ)
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Poll: Neighbors key to coping with disasters

HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) -- Neighbor helping neighbor. Trust in a community. Looking out for each other.

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Is NJ ready for another Sandy?

Two years since Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, the state still isn't stronger than the storm.

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Gov. Christie with residents
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Sandy housing aid tops $1B

Speaking in advance of the two-year mark since Superstorm Sandy, Gov. Chris Christie said more than $1 billion in federal housing recovery funds are either "out the door" or "in the pipeline" to homeowners impacted by the storm.

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Piles of steel sheeting sit on the beach in Mantoloking for a $23.8 million sea wall to protect Mantoloking and Brick Township, two of the Jersey shore communities hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy, began on Thursday. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
Piles of steel sheeting sit on the beach in Mantoloking for a $23.8 million sea wall to protect Mantoloking and Brick Township, two of the Jersey shore communities hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy, began on Thursday. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Shore sheet pile project nears completion

A state Department of Environmental Protection program that involves installing metal sheet piles along a stretch of the beach in Mantoloking and Brick is nearing completion in time for the winter season.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
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Two years after Sandy, getting help to NJ residents

Almost two years after Sandy struck the Garden State, problems persist in getting relief aid to businesses and homeowners who suffered extensive damage in areas hardest hit by the superstorm.

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Hospitals in NJ, NY, Connecticut struggled during Sandy, feds say

When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the Northeast nearly two years ago, hospitals found themselves dealing with surges in patients, lost power supplies and employees who couldn't get to work -- problems that a new federal report finds they were not prepared to handle.

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Seaside Heights boardwalk
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After Sandy and the fire, Seaside Heights still struggles

While New Jersey's second summer after Sandy proved to be significantly better than 2013, some shore businesses say they're still a long ways away from pre-storm numbers.

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