Goods and Services for Staten Islanders

RECOVERY EFFORTS

Have a supply or volunteer need? Submit it online here.

Where to pick up supplies: food, clothing, cleaning supplies, etc

Clean-up how to’s

HUMAN SERVICES

Shelter, Showers & Heat

About housing

Utilities

Hot food services

Medical info and offers

Legal information

Personal finance: unemployment, SNAP, reimbursements

For children: education, care, furnishings

About lost pets and needs for pets in Staten Island

PROPERTY SERVICES

About property damage: FEMA forms, information, services

HELPING YOUR NEIGHBORS

Where to volunteer around the island

Where to donate money around (and for) the island

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Dongan Hills Recovery One-Stop

1976 Hylan Boulevard

open daily from 8:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.: 347-861-7003 or 347-861-0941

NYC Restore helps New Yorkers in the areas most affected by Hurricane Sandy get access to important information and services to help them recover. NYC Restoration Centers provide the following types of assistance:
    •    NYC Rapid Repairs*
    •    Food and Nutrition Assistance
    •    Temporary Housing Information
    •    Health and Medical Benefits
    •    Business Restoration
    •    Counseling Services
    •    Financial Assistance
    •    Personal Records and Information


NYC Rapid Repairs is a new program to send teams of contractors and City inspectors to neighborhoods affected by Hurricane Sandy to quickly repair damaged homes. NYC Restoration Centers are open from 8 AM – 8 PM daily

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.

Tell your story! Our friends are putting together a Sandy Storyline and want a photo, story, or memory from your experience of the hurricane and recovery.