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Hurricane Sandy Recovery

Navigating the Road to Housing Recovery is a comprehensive guide to resources and steps to take for those affected by Hurricane Sandy. If you have already begun to repair or rebuild your home, or if you are planning to do so soon, Navigating the Road to Housing Recovery is written for you. If you were a renter when the storm hit and have been displaced from your home, you will find some resources in this guide, and as the recovery progresses, more will become available. If you owned a house that you were forced out of by the storm, but have not yet made a decision to repair or rebuild, the information in this guide can help you make an informed decision.

While the devastation caused by Sandy was so large, so has been the disaster recovery response from individuals and organizations. Every day, there are more helping hands. This guide will be updated as more information and resources become available. Be sure to check for updates periodically.

 


Navigating the Road to Housing Recovery is divided into four sections:

Route 1: Mapping your Road to Housing Recovery – decision maps to help you decide on a housing recovery goal

Route 2: Introducing Your Roadside Assistance Crew – key disaster recovery resources and information

Route 3: Making Informed Decisions and Steering Clear of Warning Signs – resources to keep you on track

Route 4: Resource Guide for Finding the Assistance Crew Nearest You – New Jersey
Resource Guide for Finding the Assistance Crew Nearest You – New York

You may also download the entire guide (with an interactive table of contents).



Sandy Recovery Resources Updates:


 

 

 




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