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Hurricane Maria has caused unprecedented damage and in the aftermath, many find themselves in need of assistance. Several federal, state, local, and private sector programs are available for those affected by a natural disaster. This page contains a collection of important resources and agencies that can help you during this difficult time. Programs are available for those seeking assistance with recovery efforts, rebuilding and repairs, or those wishing to relocate. Detailed information on these and many other programs can be obtained by visiting the links provided here or by contacting the appropriate agencies.

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) issues electronic benefits that can be used like cash to purchase food. SNAP helps low-income working people, senior citizens, the disabled and others feed their families.
In this link, Health services at Community League will be provided along with their locations, hours of operation, directions and documents you'll need to register...
Casita Maria, headquartered in the South Bronx, was established in 1934 by Claire and Elizabeth Sullivan as the first charitable organization to serve Latinos in New York City. Operating from a five-room tenement apartment in East Harlem, the...
Our mission is to empower low-and moderate-income people by creating living-wage employment opportunities and access to career paths. We seek to develop programs that counter prevailing market inequalities (especially those based on race or gender)...
With its historic mission to improve the welfare of girls and women who needed assistance with housing, job training, sex education classes, access to books, physical fitness, and friendship, and as a pioneer in race relations, labor union...
Acacia Network has been around for about 5 decades serving the Latino community with culturally responsive housing, social service and health care systems.
Masa partners with Mexican and Latino children, youth, and families in the South Bronx to develop strong learners and leaders who fully participate in and contribute to the larger community. We envision a community that is civically engaged,...
The Puerto Rican Family Institution assist Hurricane Maria victims in need of various health services. Click the link available for more information or call (212)924-6320 to ask the Operator for the "Crisis Care Coordination" Department...
NY Common Pantry provides immediate food services to hungry and/or Homeless individuals that are unable to easily access food. They also provide connections to various medical services to keep you healthy.
The link available is for Parents and Guardians that need help with enrolling their child into Public School. Click here to access to the various welcome centers in the 5 boroughs and deadlines for these enrollments.