Victims with home damage can still seek temporary housing assistance
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Residents who turned down the opportunity of FEMA housing assistance have another chance to receive temporary aid. Sandy victims who elected not to relocate while repairs were made at their homes became ineligible for FEMA assistance. If that decision proved to be unwise, residents can apply for aid by: Sandy victims can follow up on applications at DisasterAssistance.gov or by a web-enabled mobile device at m.FEMA.gov. Help also is available at FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers:
Center will be located at Long Branch Fire Station No. 4
A new FEMA disaster recovery center will be opening in Long Branch on Monday afternoon. The center will be located at Long Branch Fire Station 4 at 109-205 Union Ave. and will open at 2 p.m. In addition to the Long Branch location, the following Disaster Recovery Centers are open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.: A Disaster Recovery Center is a readily accessible facility or mobile office where applicants may go for information about FEMA or other disaster assistance programs, or for questions, according to www.fema.gov. Some of the services may include: FEMA has also released the following information about the individual assistance it has issued since Hurricane Sandy hit New Jersey.