As of 1/4/16, Disaster Case Management, Construction Management and Volunteer Housing will still be available.
Please call the main # 848-206-2050 or the following numbers for any MCLTRG related matters:
Disaster Case Management: Laura Fox – 848-206-2040
Melissa Pisarski – 848-206-2557
Construction Management: Mike Venditti – 732-567-6113
Bob DeCurtis – 848-459-6875
Volunteer Management: Joy Blazak – 848-206-2551
Recovery Specialists work in partnership with residents acting as a helping hand in accessing resources. Recovery Specialists work together with individuals and families to assess their needs, secure assistance, and achieve their goals.
At MCLTRG we have a limited number of case managers on staff but can place you in touch with affiliate organizations if you are still in need of a case manager.
If you need assistance in your recovery and have not been able to access resources through other channels please call 848-206-2050.
Rental Assistance for those in RREM or LMI Rebuilding Programs: Applications Open Now (first come first serve)
Low-to-Moderate Income (LMI) Homeowners Rebuilding Program: Newly Announced program in Nov 2014 that is similar to the RREM program and is expected to serve roughly 400 households statewide
Sandy Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program: Newly Announced in Nov 2014.
Lead Hazard Reduction Program: If your home was built before 1978 and you suspect lead might become exposed in your home or apartment as a result of Super Storm Sandy, Community Affairs and Resource Center may be able to
Help you through our Lead Hazard Reduction Program.
Home Repair and Advocacy Program: A new program to help seniors (Age 60 and older) and individuals with disabilities, focuses on primary homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy and offers those eligible up to $5,000
Assistance for the undocumented living in Monmouth and Ocean County: Rental Assistance, Furniture, Appliances, Groceries, Clothing, Personal Items, Transportation
Modular Ramp Program : aimed at replacing, repairing or building modular ramps for those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
ICC Grant: Increased Cost of Compliance Coverage, administered through the National Flood Insurance Program. Flood insurance policyholders in high-risk areas, also known as Special Flood Hazard Areas, can get up to $30,000 to help pay the costs to bring their home or business into compliance with their community’s floodplain ordinance
TRUE Energy Program: Helps Residents with Utility Bills
Home in a Box Program: provide residents with home furnishings. Items include furniture, bedding, dishes, cookware, and towels.
MOVE Furniture Bank: Assisting Sandy affected residents and the general public with furniture needs across Monmouth and Ocean County
Central Jersey Family Health Consortium: Central Intake (Family Connections) – One stop shop for resources, transportation, housing, health insurance, finding a physician, early intervention, addiction services
Seer Farms: Seer Farms is a New Jersey based 501c3 social services organization that provides animal care, resources, and support for pet-owning families in crisis. This safety net gives families facing domestic violence, financial turmoil, a health crisis, natural disaster
People’s situations vary considerably. You might feel you need nothing more than a cup of coffee with some neighbors or you may need deep emotional support. Either way we have a resource here for you. Each of our programming partners have a different speciality. You can get more information on each of them by clicking their names below to learn more about the services they offer
Mental Health Association: Programs for children, adults, and families
The Red Bank Resource Network & Sandy Wellness Program : Services include, but are not limited to: free counseling services for individuals and families impacted by Hurricane Sandy; referrals to disaster case managers; linkages to and application assistance for financial assistance programs and health insurance, including SHRAP. Call 732-542-6422
The Statewide Parent Advocacy Network (SPAN): provide intensive assistance to families of children with special needs
New Jersey Suicide Prevention Hotline / 1-855-654-6735 : NJ’s 24/7 Peer Support & Suicide Prevention Hotline
Having basic food, clothing and shelter needs taken care of are essential for being able to focus on your personal recovery plan. We’ve put together a list of links to assist you with these needs.
Home/Rental Options for Displaced Renters
Affordable Housing Alliance Rental Search Assistant: AHA assists clients in finding affordable rentals once an initial Intake has been conducted and income eligibility has been determined.
The New Jersey Housing Resource Center : A guide from the Governor’s office on renters options.
FEMA Housing Portal: The FEMA Housing Portal is intended to help individuals and families, who have been displaced by a disaster, find a place to live. The portal consolidates rental resources identified and provided by federal agencies,
Habcore, Inc. Habcore, Inc. Is A Not-For-Profit Corporation Serving Monmouth And Adjacent Counties In New Jersey. Habcore Is Devoted To Providing Permanent And Transitional Supportive Housing In A Family Setting To Low-Income Persons Who Are Homeless, Disabled Or Unable To Care For Themselves And While Affording Them Lives Of Dignity And Meaning.
To suggest a trusted resource for this section please e-mail: Comm@MCLTRG.org
Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group Unmet Needs Funding: funding unmet Hurricane Sandy Needs such as mortgage and rental assistance, mold remediation and elevation and construction costs. Note This is a service a Case Manager must apply for on behalf of their client
St.Bernard Project Skilled Labor Program: offering electrical and plumbing services to nonprofit rebuilding organizations