The State of NJ’s Health: Living in Sandy’s Shadow: Participating Organizations
The State of NJ’s Health: Living in Sandy’s Shadow is a town hall moderated by NJTV News Senior Correspondent Mike Schneider, exploring the long-lasting psychological impact of Hurricane Sandy on Garden State residents who live in some of the hardest-hit communities. The storm from two years ago has left lasting emotional scars, fatigue and frustration, as individuals cope with rebuilding and re-engagement in their communities. Many are still seeking help for the after-effects; some still don’t know where to turn.
The State of NJ’s Health: Living in Sandy’s Shadow aims to raise awareness of the personal and traumatic impact of the storm, and serve as a source of information for community resources both on-air and online. The hour-long program was recorded at Ocean County Community College in Toms River, NJ.
Mental Health Association of NJ
NJ Children’s System of Care
NJ Department of Human Services
Visitation Relief Center, Brick
Ironbound Family Success Center
Middlesex County Long-Term Recovery Group
Monmouth Co. Long-Term Recovery Group
Ocean County Long-Term Recovery Group
Turning the Tides
United Way of NJ