Resources for Residents

The first course of action is to familiarize yourself with the options and resources available to you. From there we encourage reach out to the Monmouth County Long-Term Recovery Group and make an appointment with a Long-Term Recovery Specialist.

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Social Worker Education RequirementsRecovery 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 848-206-2554.

Active Programs

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

SHRAP: Capped at $15,000 in direct payments or vouchers per household, the program provides assistance with rent, mortgage payments, utility bills and household items such as appliances,beds and furniture.

RREM Gap Funding Grant: Some homeowners who were approved for the Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, Elevation and Mitigation (RREM) program are eligible for up to $30,000 in gap funding administered by New Jersey Community Capital

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

Other Programs
TRUE Energy Program:  Helps Residents with Utility Bills

Move In Assistance Program:  provides financial assistance for a range of housing-related expenses, including rent, building supplies, temporary housing, storage and moving costs, appliances and furniture.

Home in a Box Program:  provide residents with home furnishings. Items include furniture, bedding, dishes, cookware, and towels.

Housing Options for Displaced Renters

The New Jersey Housing Resource Center : A guide from the Governor’s office on renters options.

FEMA Housing PortalThe 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.

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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

CPC Behavioral Health :

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,

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 and clothing 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.



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