Residents affected by Hurricane Sandy can meet with disaster recovery officials from FEMA at one of the locations listed below. Most offices will be open from 8a-8p, seven days a week until further notice.
Thousands of New Jerseyans suffered damage to their homes as super-storm Sandy ripped through the Garden State. Unfortunately, some got hit with a double-whammy when Wednesday's nor'easter caused even more damage.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has activated a Transitional Sheltering Assistance program open to Sandy survivors who are not able to return to their homes due to storm-related damages.
Almost a week removed from the super storm Sandy power is steadily being restored across the state and residents of the hardest hit areas are slowly returning to observe the damage, but with time ticking the concern is the future for the victims of the storm.
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