There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
The kinds of storm recovery aid join our action list We all connect with FEMA Whether or not you have insurance – FEMA is a key starting place for storm survivors. They can help with temporary housing and additional grants, particularly to cover gaps where there wasn’t insurance. See the FEMA section below for more Read More »
Jersey City: No tenemos agua caliente, ¿qué hacemos? By James Rosenstein-Miembro de la Junta de NJO View in English » James y Staci Berger de HCDNNJ en Union City Cuando pegó la tormenta Ida, se inundó el sótano de mi edificio de apartamentos y los calentadores de agua de quedaron destruidos. Durante casi dos semanas Read More »
Jersey City: We don’t have hot water, so what’d we do? By James Rosenstein-Hopkins, NJOP Board member Ver en español » James and Staci Berger from HCDNNJ in Union City When Ida hit, the basement of my apartment building flooded and the water heaters of my building were ruined. For almost two weeks to date, Read More »
Documente todo y busque documentos útiles: Comprendemos que acaba de entrar en el desastre que era/es su casa o negocio. Quiere encontrar las fotos del bebé – el anillo de boda de la abuela. Tal vez simplemente entre en acción y epiece a limpiar para ayudarle a sobrellevarlo. Pero esta es la versión de parar, Read More »
We’re getting together in person! Our elections committee is hosting voter outreach events in September and October, and we’d love to see you. Please come out and join us if you’re excited about reaching out to unregistered and inactive voters (I know I am) or even if you just want to say hi in person Read More »
Document everything and look for helpful documents: We know, you just walked into a gut punch of a wreck that was/is your home or business. You want to find the baby pictures – grandmother’s wedding ring. Maybe you just go into mode and start cleaning to help you cope. But here’s the disaster survivor’s version Read More »
Need help with your individual Sandy issues? Here’s how YOU can help YOU. Does NJOP help people? Yes. And no. The New Jersey Organizing Project actually isn’t a service organization. When we say “service organization,” picture like – Catholic Charities, Affordable Housing Alliance, Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group. A service organization is one with Read More »
Bill waving Sandy relief clawbacks to get House vote, members say / New Jersey Globe / 7/16/2021 Nikita Biryukov Three of New Jersey’s congresspeople on Friday announced two bills waiving the repayment of federal benefits disbursed to New Jersey homeowners and municipalities impacted by Superstorm Sandy would advance in the House of Representatives. “Superstorm Sandy Read More »
We did it! We are three steps closer to saving lives from preventable overdose and expanding access to evidence-based treatments. Over the last year and a half we’ve come together to host community events, met with elected officials and worked to win expanded access to the lifesaving overdose reversal drug Naloxone and Medication Assisted Treatment.