Hudson Regional Health Commission asked that we post this message -
- Superstorm Sandy made landfall on October 29, 2012. The storm caused unprecedented damage to New Jersey’s housing, business, infrastructure, health and social service and environmental sectors. After the initial response, there is a long-term need to ensure that the outstanding health, behavioral health, and social services needs of Superstorm Sandy survivors are identified and addressed.
Hudson Regional Health Commission has received a grant to conduct a health and wellbeing needs assessment for residents and business owners in Hudson County affected by Superstorm Sandy. We feel that many people in Hudson County were affected by the storm to some extent, so we encourage all residents and business owners to complete the short survey. This includes, but is not limited to, those who were victims of flooding, power loss or are experiencing stress from the storm. Through this survey we hope to gain insight on the types of unmet needs that exist in the community. We will then develop a plan to connect individuals to the services they may need for recovery.
If you are a resident, property or a business owner in Hudson County, your input is very important in order to ensure that any recovery efforts as a result of this survey are directed to all those affected by Superstorm Sandy. Please share your thoughts by completing the following survey: Superstorm Sandy ENGLISH Survey , in Spanish Superstorm Sandy SPANISH Survey (must fax or email to address below)
Please post this Sandy Outreach Flyer and feel free to distribute this email to anyone that may have been affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Thank you in advance for sharing your thoughts and helping us to build a stronger and healthier Hudson County!
Public Health Emergency Notification System/ Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator
Hudson Regional Health Commission
595 County Ave. Building 1
Secaucus, NJ 07094
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