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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.

Access NYC has access to multiple services to better your stay in New York City. For general assistance, click the link available. For specific services like urgent food supply and Shelter, please call 3-1-1. Other Hotlines are available on the site...
Empowerment center provides connections to Health services and community building events. Please be aware that this service is only available for specific zip codes in Brooklyn, call (718)366-4300 for the list of zip codes to confirm your potential...
The link provided is the application to receive your birth certificate from Puerto Rico. Most services that are provided in NY will ask for this document along side your state I.D (NDID)
The New York Public Library will be providing free English learning classes this Spring 2018. Click the link available to get their academic calendar and for more information.
Hispanic Federation is very well known for their assistance in various aspects of living. They obtain connections and hold community building events for the Hispanic community.
Es una iniciativa creada por puertorriqueños en la Diáspora que se han relocalizado en Estados de los Estados Unidos en la última década. Las experiencias de los fundadores representan un mosaico de encantos y desencantos en el proceso de...
Our main program is to help build the next generation of Puerto Rican leaders through education and exemplary leadership. We kick off every mentorship year with a "Día de Puertorriqueñidad" at the University of Central Florida called...
Mayor de Blasio announced today that a service center will open next week to support displaced individuals and families from Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida, the U.S. Virgin Islands and other Caribbean islands following recent hurricanes. The center...
Status report on recovery efforts in Puerto Rico
SBA provides loans to businesses or private, nonprofit organization - large or small – that have suffered physical damage as a result of a disaster. Such loans are to repair or replace disaster damages to property owned by the business, including...