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Emergency Housing Rehabilitation Recovery Assistance Program in Freeport, Long Island

The Village of Freeport's Emergency Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program began on Monday, March 25, 2013. The program is a coordinated project among the Village of Freeport Community Development Agency (FCDA), Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR), the Robin Hood Foundation, and The Salvation Army Greater New York Division to help provide housing rehabilitation assistance to eligible homeowners in the area whose homes were damaged by Superstorm Sandy.  

 The Salvation Army is handling all disaster-case management for homeowners who qualified for the program --- an estimated 400-plus cases. Southern Baptist Disaster Relief will coordinate the home inspections, draft the scope of work, and oversee all construction labor.

Go to Southern Baptist Disaster Relief site by clicking HERE!

Jason Rawcliffe serves as the project coordinator. Angela Bader, of The Salvation Army Greater New York Division's Development & Community Affairs Department, will be coordinating both the project marketing and volunteer program. Additional cases will be taken on in Island Park and the surrounding villages.     

Go to the Freeport Long Island site by clicking HERE!