a network and hub for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in Staten Island
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HELPING YOUR NEIGHBORS
This is a one-stop location to connect Staten Island residents and businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy with financial, health, environmental, nutritional and residential services, as well as Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) reimbursement processing.
Located at 1976 Hylan Boulevard (site of the former Manfredi Mazda dealership), the Center is a partnership between the Mayor’s Office and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and one of seven across the city. The Center will provide access to at least a dozen City, State, and Federal agencies, including FEMA, the U.S. Small Business Association, the Buildings Department, the Department of Education, the Human Resources Administration, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the City Economic Development Corporation, as well as Con Ed and National Grid.
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