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The Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group has been established to
respond to the needs of the residents of Middlesex County from the effects
of the Superstorm Hurricane Sandy disaster . The Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group (MCLTRG) functions as a
subcommittee of the COAD and consists of a voluntary association of entities
involved in relief, recovery, rebuilding and community development associated
with disasters affecting Middlesex County.
Disaster Striking Twice? Learn how to protect yourself from FREE Workshop, April 15th!
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED --> Rental Assistance for homeowners in RREM, follow the link to find out more! http://bit.ly/1BM1gdP
Still need assistance from Superstorm Sandy? Wish there was a way you could get notified about Sandy Assistance? Well now you can be just by signing up! When you sign up and submit the form you will then be included in the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Superstorm Sandy Assistance Notification List http://goo.gl/a2mN7a.
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Christie Administration Extends Deadline for Low- to Moderate-Income Families Impacted By Superstorm Sandy to Apply to New Housing Recovery Programs
Application Deadline for LMI Homeowners Rebuilding Program is Now March 20 and Deadline for Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Program Moved to April 6
Find more information here : http://www.renewjerseystronger.org/
The Low-to-Moderate Income Homeowners Rebuilding Program is now accepting applications.
Don't forget! Tomorrow @ the Fire Academy in Middlesex @ 7pm Keep your home
Are you interested in learning about how to get your home back to being safe and healthy since Sandy? We are providing a workshop Feb. 10th, 2015 Come join us!!
Everyone lives in a . Yours may have changed. Open House on JAN. 29th, 2015 at Middlesex County Fire Academy, 1001 Fire Academy Drive, Sayreville, NJ, 5PM to 9PM.
Coastal flood risks are changing. See updated flood maps on January 29th, 2015 from 5PM to 9PM at Open House: Middlesex County Fire Academy, 1001 Fire Academy Drive, Sayreville, NJ.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?" -
If you didn't have to work today, take some time out to give back to others and your community, every little bit counts towards making where you live a better place for generations to come!
One of our Board Members Paul DeSarno and his family were involved in a tragic house fire late December. To show our support, we want to pass along this information. If you wish to help the DeSarno family financially you can do so by following this link http://www.gofundme.com/jhlhc0
No amount is too small and we wish the DeSarno family a speedy recovery.
The DeSarnos have been a prominent family in Sayreville for generations. They have always been a generous family, helping at church and band functions. Their house has recently been involved in a fire, causing three of the family members to be in critcal condition. We are now trying to raise fun...
The State has launched new recovery programs for families impacted by follow the link -->http://www.renewjerseystronger.org
Have you heard? More help for families affected by read more about it to see if you might qualify http://www.renewjerseystronger.org/
Has your home or rental property been damaged by Superstorm Sandy and you need financial assistance to repair or rebuild? With a focus on the most impacted communities throughout the state, New Jersey is offering aid through grant awards to Homeowners who were impacted by Superstorm Sandy.
Lot's of heavy rain coming our way today, which means flooding is prone to happening. Don't get caught being unprepared! Check out these tips on how to be prepared for flooding from
Flood safety and preparedness tips from the American Red Cross. Floods are among the most frequent and costly natural disasters. Read about flood safety here.
To be successful you must accept all challenges that come your way. You can’t just accept the ones you like. – Mike Gafka Just a little reminder on this Monday that in order to be successful we have to face ALL challenges
Today is ! There are still many people throughout the state of New Jersey who need help recovering from if you want to donate and help those in your community please follow the link below! middlesexltrg.org and click on "how you can help"
The second is coming up, will be at 6 Lee Street in South River. Join him, us and others this Wed. at 5pm!
During a disaster everyone turns to social media in order to find their loved ones. Safety Check on FB can help you find your loved ones.
Although Disaster Preparedness Month ended yesterday, it's never too late to make your own disaster kit and be prepared as disaster can strike during any month of the year. Take a look at this example from our office! Share some of your photos of what your disaster kit looks like!
Hurricane Season has been upon us for some time now, but do you how to prepare for a hurricane?
Not sure where to start on building an Emergency Kit?? Here's a link giving you some tips on how to prepare one for your children! http://www.ready.gov/kids/build-a-kit
Being prepared for an emergency isn't just about staying safe during adisaster. It's about how to stay comfortable, clean, fed, and healthyafterwards – when a storm or disaster may have knocked out electricity.
13 years later we continue to thank our first responder's. and 9-11-01 Don't forget that disasters come in all shapes and sizes and are not limited to the weather. Check out this link http://www.ready.gov/responder and do not forget to get prepared.
First responders who are well-prepared will have the peace of mind to focus on the task at hand, rather than worrying about whether their family is taken care of. First responders can also serve as role models for other members of the community, leading by example to encourage preparedness.
Check out this quiz from The American Red Cross and find out if you could save your co-workers life!
A Co-Worker is in Danger... Could You Save a Life? Take this American Red Cross quiz to find out.
Make a plan. Be Involved. Get Prepared. Disaster can strike at any moment, are you prepared? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6D_MmRz8gsU&feature=youtu.be
Check out this video from Ready.gov on Preparedness.
A short instructional video explaining the key steps to emergency preparedness, including: being informed, making a plan, building a kit, and getting involved.
Have you registered for The American Red Cross Safe & Well website?? During a disaster this website will allow you to register your current status and for your loved ones to check your status and know that you are safe.
List yourself and others as Safe & Well on the Safe & Well Website. Notify your family in times of emergency.
It's September, which means it is officially National Preparedness Month. Are you and your family prepared? Take some time to watch this video about the importance of having a plan in place for you and your family.
Not sharing is not an emergency plan. Talk to your kids about who to call, where to meet, what to pack. Visit ready.gov/kids for tips and information.
More photos from the February 15,2014 Volunteer Recognition Day at Rutgers RAC!
Thank you to Joe Romer Trophy Shop for the beautiful plaques donation for the February 15th Volunteer Recognition Day at Rutgers RAC.
Collecting goodies to give to children this Holiday season!
A great big THANK YOU! to Leonard Harris of Grainger Industrial Supply for their wonderful donation of wheel chairs and walkers!
ANNOUNCED TODAY!! Middlesex County Group Receives
Red Cross Sandy Recovery Grant!!
The American Red Cross awarded a $782,000 grant to the Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group to address the needs of residents who do not have adequate resources to recover from Superstorm Sandy.
Pictured L- R: Candace Crane, Associate Director, Wesley Moore, Director, Middlesex County Long Term Recovery Group in Sayreville, NJ, with Mathieu Nelessen, Regional CEO, American Red Cross North Jersey Region.
A commemoration of Super Storm Sandy will take at 6:00pm Monday, October 28th, right at the end of High Street (by the water) in Perth Amboy. Reverend Peter Hofstra, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Perth Amboy, will lead a community prayer and a reflection of the Storm's effect on the community. There will be a candlelight walk from the top of High Street to the marina where the damage was most intense.
The Mental Health Association of Monmouth County and Dr. Micelle Scott at Monmouth University, discuss ways to alert parents, guardians, and adults to the possibility of what are called “Anniversary Reactions”. Suggested strategies for talking with children about the anniversary are included as well as a list of a few helpful hints. For more information please contact Pat Frehner, Information & Referral Specialist, Mental Health Association of Monmouth County (MHAMC)
Please participate in the Sandy Recovery Survey.
Click here for the survey: http://www.monmouthpoll.org/Sandy/
Your participation will help ensure that the concerns of those most impacted by Superstorm Sandy will remain in the public eye. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE SURVEY, contact TIM TRACEY at 732-263-5860 or [email protected]
Thank you for participating in the Sandy Recovery survey. This information will help decision makers better understand the ongoing recovery issues faced by the people who were hit hardest and make sure the voices of those impacted most by Sandy continue to be heard. The survey will take about 15 m...
ROADMAP TO RECOVERY WORKSHOP
Tuesday June 25th at 6:00 PM
Sayreville Senior's Center
423 Main St., Sayreville, NJ
Do you have questions about Superstorm Sandy? Come out tonight for a question and answer session with claims experts, legal experts, and non-profit help. No sales pitches!
423 Main Street, Fl 3Rd
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