Hudson County Long Term Recovery Committee (HCLTRC) has been set up after Superstorm Sandy to support and coordinate the area’s longterm recovery effort. It is a voluntary association of members representing many nonprofit agencies, faith-based groups and social service organizations; participants also include community advocates, relief groups and government partners.
HCLTRC assists residents of and organizations operating in Hudson County to recover from the effects of disasters, with particular attention to the needs of low-income and disabled residents and economically disadvantaged communities.
Hudson County residents who were affected by Sandy are eligible for HCLTRC’s services. They can help residents with finding out about resources, giving advice on dealing with damage, help with home repairs, and providing goods and financial assistance. Services are provided on a case-by-case basis and may vary depending on residents’ needs and the resources that are available.
Residents who are recovering from Sandy damage and are in need of additional assistance are encouraged to call 211 or 1-800-435-7555 to speak with someone regarding Sandy-related assistance