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Restore the Shore

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For Homeowners, Homebuyers and Rental Property Owners:

For information on programs or to check the status of your application visit, call 1-855-SANDYHM (1-855-726-3946), or in person at any one of the Housing Recovery Centers.

For Business Owners:

Stronger NJ Business Loan and Grant Programs
or call 1-855-SANDY-BZ (1-855-726-3929)
As of December 31, 2013 the Sandy Homebuyer Assistance Program is no longer accepting applictions.

NJ Housing Recovery Center


9 AM - 6 PM Monday - Friday


500 Scarborough Drive, Suite 101
Egg Harbor Township
Phone: 973-500-3388

Mental Health Support Group for Spanish Speaking Adults

For adults experiencing stress or living with some form of mental illness as anxiety or depression. A program for the Community Mental Health Association in Atlantic County.

Grupo de Apoyo En Espanol [Spanish]

Support Group in Spanish [English]


News and Helpful Documents


Helpful Documents (FEMA)



  • Atlantic County Habitat for Humanity - Critical Home Repair Assistance
  • Visit the website or DIAL 2-1-1, 24 hours a day, seven days a week if you need help in understanding and finding available assistance services.
  • Atlantic County Long Term Recovery Group is working with Catholic Charities to provide one-on-one assistance for those most affected by Superstorm Sandy. The Case Management Hotline Number is (856) 342-4145.
  • For emotional support and counseling services call the Hope and Healing hotline at 877-294-HELP
  • Make a Donation to the Red Cross
  • Sandy Recovery Housing Finance Resources - The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency. Please note that this is a living document and will continue to be updated as new programs become available and others expire.
  • "Navigating the Road Home" a guide designed to help housing counselors and victims of Hurricane Sandy find answers as they try to navigate the numerous state, federal and local programs set up to help in the region’s recovery.  Developed by NeighborWorks America, the website will change as the various  programs’ rules and regulations  change.
  • Sandy Stress Line - professional guidance, counseling and substance abuse services.  Call: 866-202 HELP (4357)    TTY:  877-294-4356.

Previously Offered Programs

These programs are no longer accepting applications.