FEMA storm recovery info


Getting Help & Advice About Recovering From Hurricane Sandy

NJOEM Public Assistance Program's Page

FEMA Hurricane Sandy Recovery Page - DR4086

Department of Health and Senior Services

New Jersey Department of Health - Directory of Local Health Departments in New Jersey

Center for Disease Control
Safely Cleaning Up - http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/cleanup/facts.asp
Mold Issues - http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/mold/
Protecting from Mold - http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/mold/protect.asp

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
NJ DEPs Hurricane Sandy Page - precautionary wastewater measures, how municipalities can apply for emergency land use permits, when to boil their water, and much more http://www.nj.gov/dep/special/hurricane-sandy/
If residents need to report an environmental incident impacting the state, please call DEP's 24-Hour Hotline: 1-877-WARN-DEP (1-877-927-6337).

DHS' Division of Mental Health and Addictions Services' Office of Disaster and Terrorism
1-877-294-4356 TTY
(voice callers use 7-1-1 NJ Relay)

New Jersey Department of Transportation
Motorists are encouraged to visit www.511nj.org prior to starting their trip to get up-to-the-minute roadway information. The site offers a map indicating flooded or obstructed roads and detours.


Addictions Hotline of NJ

Medicaid Call Center

Atlantic County
Online Damage Report forms are available at www.aclink.org and www.ReadyAtlantic.org . Residents may report home and/or property damage using this form, or by contacting their municipal OEM.

Ocean County
Residents and visitors can check the Ocean County government website at http://co.ocean.nj.us/ and scroll through the Updates box on the home page for information on road closures, park reopenings, important information on food safety and other items related to the storm

Hunterdon County

Hunterdon County
Monmouth County's Hurricane information page is: http://www.visitmonmouth.com/page.aspx?ID=3175
The county's main site: www.visitmonmouth.com

Work First NJ/GA
Facebook Link

Tips for Flood Victims: How to Avoid Disaster-Related Scams
NJ Division of Consumer Affairs

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