FAR ROCKAWAY NOVEMBER 14, 2012
1: Disaster Unemployment Insurance 2: Staying Warm 3: EBTâ€™s: Paper Vouchers 3: Emergency SNAP Benefits 4: FEMA Individuals and Household Program 5: Cleaning Up 6: Shelters and Care 7: Food and Supplies
Disaster Unemployment Insurance Even if you don’t think you would qualify for regular unemployment, if you had plans to make money this month, there is a good chance you can quality for disaster unemployment. New Yorkers in any of the 5 boroughs qualify for federal disaster unemployment insurance if they had to miss work or lost income because of Hurricane Sandy. This is not like regular unemployment insurance. People who do not normally qualify, because they are self-employed like small business owners, freelancers, and independent taxi drivers are eligible to receive these benefits. Anyone unemployed due to Hurricane Sandy is immediately eligible and can submit a claim to the Department of Labor. An individual can collect disaster assistance in any of the following cases: • Injured in the disaster and unable to work, whether the person is an employee or self-employed. • Workplace is damaged, or destroyed, or the person cannot work because of the disaster. • Transportation to work is not available because of the disaster. • Cannot get to work because must travel through the affected area, which is impossible due to disaster. • Planned to begin working, but cannot because of the disaster. • Derived most of income from areas affected by the disaster, and business is closed or inoperable because of the disaster. To apply for unemployment benefits or disaster unemployment assistance, those affected by the storm and have lost their job or income should call the Telephone Claims Center (TCC) at 1-888-209-8124, or 1-877-358-5306 if they live out of state. Applicants should answer the questions to indicate they lost their job due to Hurricane Sandy. In order to receive benefits you must apply by December 3, 2012. Continue to certify weekly as long as you are not working. Do this every single week even if you have not started to receive your benefits yet. You can certify online by going to www.labor.ny.gov. Click on the “File for Benefits” link located halfway down the page on the right side and follow the instructions to log in. Of you can certify over the phone at 1-888-581-5812. You should have the following information ready and available when you file: • Your social security number • Your NYS driver license or Motor Vehicle ID card number (if you have one) • Your mailing address and zip code • A phone number where you can be reached for additional information • Your alien registration card number (if you have one) and • For those impacted by Hurricane Sandy, the names and addresses of all employers you worked for within the 18 months prior to October 30, 2012, including any in another state. (From http://www.governor.ny.gov/ press/11022012-federal-disaster-unemployment-assistance) 2
WHO QUALIFIES? Self Employed: YES Part-Time: YES Full-Time: YES Freelance: YES
If you can prove to Uncle Sam that without this disaster, you would have been able to make more money than you actually did, then you qualify for disaster unemployment relief. How are payments made? You may choose between direct deposit into your personal checking account or a Direct Payment Card. Register for Direct Deposit at www.labor.ny.gov by logging in to the “Unemployment Assistance” section of the website and clicking on the Direct Deposit link. You must have a check handy at that time to provide your bank routing number and checking account number. It will take approximately five business days between the date your account information is received and the date that your benefits can be electronically sent to your checking account. If you do not register for direct deposit, you will receive the Direct Payment Card, a debit MasterCard. It allows you to withdraw your benefits via an ATM and make purchases wherever MasterCard is accepted. The Direct Payment Card will be mailed to you about one week after you are approved to receive benefits.
IN ORDER TO RECEIVE BENEFITS YOU MUST APPLY BY 12/3/12.
NOTE that because DUA is Federally funded, an employer’s unemployment insurance taxes will not be impacted if the employer has employees who qualify for DUA.
staying WARM If you are staying in a house without heat, there are some simple things you can do to stay warm and safe. 1. Choose a small place to heat
Smaller spaces are easier to keep warm. Avoid rooms with lots of drafts. Ideally, choose a room with a door or make a door out of blankets and curtains. If the room has a bathroom connected, it will mean less entering and exiting, which can also help keep warm air in.
5. Wear lots of layers
Wearing many pieces of clothes on top of one another keeps you warmer than one big piece of clothing. Wearing a warm hat is essential, especially when sleeping. Just keep piling it on. Wool sweaters are particularly good - especially cabled sweaters (the ones with ridges - these help trap hot air).
6. Snuggle up
Try to keep close to other people, and let your body heat warm each other up. (Of course, communicate with your snuggle partners first - and make sure that you that they actually WANT to snuggle with you.)
7. STAY SOCIAL
During the day, open shades and curtains to let the sun in. This will warm your space considerably. Make sure to close these during the night to keep the heat in.
Being with people you like - old friends and new friends - can make an uncomfortable situation easier to deal with, and also means more bodies to keep each other warm. As much as disaster might make you feel isolated and alone, try to push yourself to stay around other people - this is important now more than ever!
3. Don’t let heat escape.
8. Burn Candles -- but nothing larger!!
2. Let sunshine in
Find everywhere where drafts are entering into your living space, and fill them however you can. Heavy curtains, shower curtains, blankets, tarps can all be used to cover drafty doors, passageways or windows. Saran Wrap, duct tape, or even spare clothes tucked under a door can also be helpful. Whatever works.
4. Insulate the floor.
Try to find something - extra blankets, dry rugs, tarps, even clean cardboard, to cover the floor of your living space.
The risk of fire is high after a natural disaster. Practice safety: place candles on something that can’t catch fire, like a metal pan, aluminum foil, or a plate. Never leave burning candles unattended, and blow them out when you go to sleep. warning: Burning a kerosene heater or running a generator indoors releases poisonous exhaust that can kill you especially if you’ve already sealed up all the places for air to escape.
9. Drink warm beverages
While it is dangerous to use your oven or stove as a heater in itself, if you have the means to do so, safely boil water and drink tea, coffee, or hot cocoa to keep warm.
10. Keep your sleeping area small
Try to create the smallest possible enclosed space for sleeping in. You can hang curtains around a bed or couch, or even set a tent up inside your living space. Be careful that you can easily get in and out of any sleeping space you make - and make sure there is nothing burning nearby (candles or other heat sources).
11.Make a heating pad
You can make a heating pad if you have some sort of oven or outdoor BBQ working. Heat up raw oats or rice in a pot (no water!) and then put them into a sock. (Use a scoop or funnel so you don’t burn yourself.) This will stay warm for a while, and can easily heat you up once the sun goes down. help the kids find the holiday feast!
USING A GAS OR ELECTRIC STOVE TO HEAT YOUR HOME IS DANGEROUS Why is using an electric stove for heating dangerous?
If you have a functioning electric range, you may be tempted to turn the oven and all the burners on to try and heat the house. But if left on too long, this can burn out the wiring and ruin the stove, and there’s also a risk of fire if the stove top heating elements are left on. Using the stove to bake some food, boil some water to drink, or for a hot water bottle, will help keep the house warm too, but never leave the stove unattended while it is on, and when everyone is asleep, the stove should be turned off.
Why is using a gas stove for heating dangerous?
It can be very dangerous to run a gas stove unattended, or for too long a time. Burning gas gives off carbon monoxide, which can kill, especially when it is trapped in an enclosed space. But that’s not the only danger: if for some reason the fire is blown out, this will result in deadly gas filling your space. Trapped gas is not only poisonous, it can catch on fire with the lighting of a match or cigarette or candle, or any kind of spark, and cause an explosion and a fireball. So please be careful while staying warm!
You Can Use EBT Without Electricity The Issue: No Electricity, No Food Stamps?
REQUIRED INFO FOR MANUAL VOUCHERS:
Without electricity, stores that would normally take SNAP via EBT (electronic benefits transfer) cards cannot process SNAP transactions using the standard method. In locations with no power, there are numerous reports of people being turned away from grocery stores and bodegas unless they can pay in cash.
1. Date and time of transaction 2. Store FNS number 3. Total purchase amount (be sure to not charge tax for hot or prepared foods) 4. Card number 5. Cardholder name 6. Cardholder signature 7. Clerk signature 8. Voucher Number: “Official” voucher forms are pre-printed with voucher numbers. If retailers must use copied vouchers or notebooks/ lists, they will have to create a voucher number for each transaction in order to get paid later. The number can be any 7-digit number other than “0000000”. Retailers may find it easiest to start with “0000001” and count up with every new transaction.
The Solution: Retailer Education
Many retailers may not know how to use manual vouchers. Or, they may know about the vouchers but are afraid that they will not receive payment. By providing instructions, forms, and information about recent emergency waivers from New York State, hopefully retailers will be willing to take the extratime to process manual vouchers and New Yorkers can stay well-fed, regardless of financial status. • Approach stores that (a) do not have power and (b) are authorized to accept SNAP. • Ask to speak with the store owner/manager. If the owner refuses manual vouchers, consider mentioning any of the following: • NYS just issued automatic SNAP replacement benefits to all SNAP households in declared disaster areas. This benefit is equivalent to 50% of each recipient’s monthly benefit. According to the NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance, all NYC SNAP recipients received their replacement benefits to their accounts on 11/7, and those outside NYC by the morning of 11/9. • NYS has authorized the use of SNAP to purchase hot and prepared foods through 11/30 in all disaster areas, which includes all 5 boroughs of NYC. These items, if purchased with SNAP, are tax-free through the end of the month. •Acknowledge that stores have been $$ losing profits $$ and that by processing manual vouchers stores can generate a significant income stream during relief efforts, especially considering the large proportion of New Yorkers who receive SNAP benefits. • If the owner still refuses, ask if you can at least leave the instructions and printed vouchers with him/her in case s/he changes her mind. [You can always follow-up again later.] The instructions require a transaction authorization number that has to be obtained via an automated telephone system—and the store does not have a working telephone. What now? • A manual transaction can be done, but if no authorization number is obtained at the time of purchase, the store would not be reimbursed if the account does not have sufficient funds to cover the transaction. • Authorization # can be obtained after a transaction when phone service is again available. 1-800-350-8533 ( J.P. Morgan) • The call is to a toll-free number and can be made from any phone as long as the required information is available at the time of the call. • With the mass issuance of SNAP benefits, most New Yorkers currently have funds in their SNAP accounts.
Do stores have to use the official voucher form? • NO. According to JP Morgan, the third party EBT processor, the only requirement is that stores capture the information required. Using the voucher form is merely a convenience. • STORES CAN MAKE COPIES OF THE VOUCHER FORM, MAKE THEIR OWN SLIPS OF PAPER, OR MAINTAIN A NOTEBOOK OF SNAP MANUAL VOUCHER TRANSACTIONS THAT INCLUDES ALL REQUIRED INFORMATION (see above). • How will stores get paid for these transactions? The retailer will have to enter the information into the system once it is up and running once again. Authorization numbers obtained via telephone place a hold on the EBT account being used. Retailers in NY have 30 calendar days to either enter the manual voucher on the EBT system once power returns, or to mail the vouchers (and keep copies!) to: J.P. Morgan Retail and Field Support P.O. Box 30078 Tampa, FL 33630-3078 Where can stores find more information? •www.ebtretailerinfo.jpmorgan.com •Retailer General Information Number: 1-800-350-8533 ( J.P. Morgan)
as of Nov. 11, 2012 stores in the Rockaways accepting SNAP despite the power outage: Appetito Deli: 90-10 Rockaway Beach Boulevard (paper vouchers) Stop & Shop: B73rd Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard (generator/using EBT) R&R Gourmet Deli: 6608 Beach Channel Drive between 66th and 67th Streets (paper vouchers) Meat & Produce Inc.: 6616 Beach Channel Drive between 66th and 67th Streets (paper vouchers) Beach 44th Deli & Grocery: 43-21 Beach Channel Drive at B44th Street (paper vouchers) Freeway Foods: 52 Beach 25th Street between Rockaway Freeway 4
and Brookhaven Ave. (paper vouchers) Market Fresh: 536 Beach 25th Street between Brookhaven Ave. and Grassmere (generator/using EBT) Bodega at New Haven and Beach 20 (generator/using EBT) 1165 Beach Channel Drive Deli at Mott Avenue (paper vouchers) Polo Supermarket 2218 Mott Avenue between Beach Channel Drive and Grassmere (paper vouchers)
FEMA’s Individuals and Households Program Renters and homeowners can borrow up to $40,000 for repairs and to replace things like appliances, furniture, automobiles, and clothing. People who own homes can apply for as much as $200,000 for repairs to their primary residences. Apply Online at DisasterAssistance.gov, via a smartphone at m.fema.gov; or by phone by calling (800) 621-3362 or TTY (800) 462-7585. When you apply, you should have a pen and paper and the following information ready: • Your Social Security number • Current and pre-disaster address • A telephone number where you can be contacted • Insurance information • Total household annual income • A routing and account number from your bank (only necessary if you want to have disaster assistance funds transferred directly into your bank account). • A description of your losses that were caused by the disaster
After you’ve completed your application for assistance, you will receive a FEMA application number. Write down this number and keep it for future reference This program has two provisions of assistance for “Housing Needs” and “Other than Housing Needs,” which are available to individuals and families whose property has been damaged or destroyed as a result of a federally-declared disaster, and whose losses are not covered by insurance.
• Temporary Housing (a place to live for a limited period of time) • Repair: Financial assistance may be available to homeowners to repair damage that is not covered by insurance, so long as it is a primary residence. • Replacement: Financial assistance may be available to homeowners to replace their home destroyed in the disaster, if it is not covered by insurance.
Do I Qualify?
To receive money or help under this category, all of the following must be true: • You have losses in an area that has been declared a disaster by the President. • You have filed for insurance benefits and the damage to your property is not covered by your insurance or your insurance settlement is insufficient to meet your losses. • You or someone who lives with you is a citizen of the United States, a non-citizen national, or a qualified alien. • You have a valid Social Security Number. • The home in the disaster area is where you usually live and where you were living at the time of the disaster. • You are not able to live in your home now, you cannot get to your home due to the disaster, or your home requires repairs because of damage from the disaster.
Other than Housing Needs
Money is available for necessary expenses and serious needs caused by the disaster. This includes: • Disaster-related medical and dental expenses. • Disaster-related funeral and burial expenses. • Clothing; household items (room furnishings, appliances); tools (specialized or protective clothing and equipment) required for your job; necessary educational materials (computers, school books, supplies). • Fuels for primary heat source (heating oil, gas). • Clean-up items (wet/dry vacuum, dehumidifier). • Disaster-related damage to a vehicle. • Moving and storage expenses related to the disaster (moving and storing property to avoid additional disaster damage while disaster-related repairs are being made to the home). • Other necessary expenses or serious needs as determined by FEMA. • Other expenses that are authorized by law.
Do I Qualify?
To receive money or help under this category, all of the following must be true: • You have losses in an area that has been declared a disaster area by the President. • You have filed for insurance benefits and the damage to your property is not covered by your insurance or your insurance settlement is insufficient to meet your losses. • You or someone who lives with you is a citizen of the United States, a non-citizen national, or a qualified alien. • You have necessary expenses or serious needs because of the disaster. • You have accepted assistance from all other sources for which you are eligible, such as insurance proceeds or Small Business Administration disaster loans.
IS THE WATER SAFE TO DRINK?
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In NYC, tap water is safe to drink in all areas except Breezy Point. The city cautions that water in Breezy Point will not be drinkable even if boiled. This is specific to Breezy Point; residents there will have to drink bottled water once the water returns. Water is being provided by the Department of Environmental Protection at portable water stations in Breezy Point. Water is being restored, where it can, in Breezy Point for the express purpose of firefighting and fire suppression. Breezy Point uses the city’s water, which is safe, but its distribution system is privately owned and managed. Breaks in that distribution system are what’s making the water unsafe.
to Church of God the Prophesy 2304 Cornaga Luis (347) 207-4113
WHERE CAN WE GET ICE? ConEd is keeping a list of distribution centers in each borough where wet and dry ice are being distributed.
Ice is also available at the following locations: • Brooklyn (dry ice) – Walgreen’s 532 Neptune Ave. (between W. 5th & 6th Streets) • Bronx (dry ice) – 1200 Waters Place at the entrance to the Hutchinson Metro Center • Rockaways Queens (dry ice) – 121-10 Rockaway Blvd.
• Battalion Pentecostal Assembly National Grid charging station and distro/donation center 454 Beach 67 10-5pm with medics on site from 1-4pm HAVE DRY ICE FOR PEOPLE TO STORE THEIR INSULIN
• Staten Island (dry ice) – The entrance to Great Kills Park on Buffalo Street • Westchester County (dry ice) – Yonkers Raceway, 810 Yonkers Ave., Yonkers
• Manhattan (wet ice) – Union Square Park, Union Square East and East 17th Street.
CHARGING STATIONS BattalionPentacostal Assembly National Grid charging station and distro /donation center: 454 Beach 67 10–5pm contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Far Rockaway Library is open and charging cell phones: 1637 Central Avenue. (718) 327-2549. Mon and Sun 10am-3pm, Tue-Sat: 9am – 4:30 Pm Queens Library @ Peninsula: 92-25 Rockaway Beach Boulevard (718) 634-1110. Mon-Sat: 8:30-3:00 Sun: 10:00-4:00
LEGAL AID AND CLINICS Sandy Legal Hotlines: New York Legal Assistance Group: (212) 584-3365 New York Legal Services Citywide Sandy Recovery Hotline: (347) 592-2411 Legal Clinics: NYLAG Mobile Law Office will be at 2515 Seagirt on Wednesday, November 21 & Friday, November 23, 10-4pm 596 Acres/Unlocal legal clinic will be at St. Gert’s, 336 Beach 38 (at the rear entrance) 12-4pm on Sunday, November 18 & November 25 Queens Legal Services, 1414 Centeral Ave, Wed-Sunday, 11-3pm
DEMO, CLEANUP, WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU CLEAN UP! Construction and rebuilding: Demonstrating losses. For more complete info visit http://advocate.nyc.gov/storm It may be tempting to immediately get rid of everything which has been damaged in the storm please don’t. It is important that you document all damage with photos or video and don’t throw anything away before an adjuster has seen it. If needed, move the damaged items outside. For claims under homeowners’ insurance, if dwelling debris must be removed before the adjuster is able to examine it. HOMEOWNERS SHOULD: 1. Inventory all the damaged items. 2. Take individual color photos of the damaged property, targeting any high ticket items. If possible, videotape the damage items. 3. Have the camera set to record the date / time. 4. If possible, take samples or swatches of carpeting, wallpaper, furniture upholstery, window treatments, and other items where quality will be a claims factor. 5. The inventory should reflect the corresponding picture for validation. 6. Keep this information in a secured location to share when the adjuster arrives.
NYC Rapid Repairs: Homeowners will be able to start calling 311 or going to NYC. gov on Tuesday to get contractors out to their damaged homes.
***Photographically document the damage for FEMA and insurance claims before anyone touches it.****
FOR BUILDING ASSESSMENT/ MOLD REMOVAL/GUTTING talk to Terri: (347) 292-8117
Send construction requests to: 520 Clinton Ave or Beach 129th and Rockaway Blvd.
INDUSTRIAL WATER PUMPS AVAILABLE Text 347-236-6858 with name and address
MEDICAL AND PHARMACIES BATTALIONPENTACOSTAL ASSEMBLY National Grid charging station and distro/ donation center 454 Beach 67 10-5pm with medics on site from 1-4pm HAVE DRY ICE FOR PEOPLE TO STORE THEIR INSULIN contact: email@example.com CVS 271 B 20th St. Pharmacist: Amanda Kaur 718-327-2121 RITE AID PHARMACY 10640 Rockaway Beach Blvd. (718) 975-5937
DUANE READE 116-02 Beach Channel Dr. at 116th (718) 945-7781 DAWN PHARMACY 1288 Central Ave. at B9th (718) 327-1700 KINGS PHARMACY 194 Beach 116th St. at Rockaway Beach Blvd (718) 318-0300
EBT for Hot Food until Nov. 30
FIGHT BACK AGAINST ILLEGAL EVICTIONS!
Itâ€™s against the law for your landlord to lock you out! (even if you owe rent, & even if the house is in foreclosure) If you have lived in an apartment, SRO, room, or adult home for more than thirty (30) days, a landlord cannot force you to move without taking you to court, even if you owe rent, and even if the building or house is in foreclosure. The landlord has to get an order from the judge before she or he can force you to move. And only a Marshall with a court order can actually move your belongings. If the landlord changes the locks on your door, removes your possessions, or turns off electrical or other essential services in an attempt to force you to move out, you can file an illegal lockout case in housing court. The Police are required to assist you to enforce your rights. Illegal eviction is a crime!
Call in your story at (888)-803-9856. Text in your story by sending a text or picture message to firstname.lastname@example.org StoryLine is a collaborative documentary for us to share experiences of Hurricane Sandy and relief efforts. Using any phone or mobile device, you can create a story by calling or sending a text or picture message. StoryLine is a project of Housing is a Human Right.org and the MIT Center for Civic Media. 7
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Accepting EBT EBT Stores (without power) Appetito Deli, 90-10 Rockaway Beach Boulevard (paper vouchers) Stop & Shop, B73rd Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard (generator/using EBT) R&R Gourmet Deli, 6608 Beach Channel Drive between 66th and 67th Streets (paper vouchers) Meat & Produce Inc. 6616 Beach Channel Drive between 66th and 67th Streets (paper vouchers) Beach 44th Deli & Grocery, 43-21 Beach Channel Drive at B44th Street (paper vouchers) Freeway Foods, 552 Beach 25th Street between Rockaway Freeway and Brookhaven Ave. (paper vouchers) Market Fresh, 536 Beach 25th Street between Brookhaven Ave. and Grassmere (generator/using EBT) Bodega at New Haven and Beach 20 (generator/using EBT) 1165 Beach Channel Drive Deli at Mott Avenue (paper vouchers) Polo Supermarket, 2218 Mott Avenue between Beach Channel Drive and Grassmere (paper vouchers)
safe flood clean-up What to do 1
Check and document the Damage Before you start cleaning: Carefully check for loose power lines and gas leaks. If there is standing water next to the outside walls of your home, don’t go in. REMEMBER to document all damage before cleaning for fema aid and insurance claims to “demonstrate losses” For more complete info visit http://advocate.nyc.gov/storm. It may be tempting to immediately get rid of everything which has been damaged in the storm please don’t. It is important that you document all damage with photos or video and don’t throw anything away before an adjuster has seen it. If needed, move the damaged items outside. For claims under homeowners’ insurance, if dwelling debris must be removed before the adjuster is able to examine it. homeowners should: 1. Inventory all the damaged items. 2. Take individual color photos of the damaged property, targeting any high ticket items. If possible, videotape the damage items. 3. Have the camera set to record the date /time. 4. If possible, take samples or swatches of carpeting, wallpaper, furniture upholstery, window treatments, and other items where quality will be a claims factor. 5. The inventory should reflect the corresponding picture for validation. 6. Keep this information in a secured location to share when the adjuster arrives.
What you’ll need Flashlights Batteries Cleaning Supplies*** Brooms, brushes, sponges Buckets Rags Trash bags Dust Mask (N95 Respirator) Rubber Gloves Shovel Crow Bar
If your house was built before the 1970s or you think there may be asbestos, don’t go in. Asbestos can cause major health problems including: lung
DON’T USE BLEACH!!!
cancer; mesothelioma, and asbestosis.
Chlorine bleach does not kill the mold — it will not penetrate porous surfaces where much of your mold problem resides.The water
portion of the bleach solution will, however, which means that the
When in Doubt, Throw it Out — what to throw away Throw anything away that was wet or is still wet Food, cosmetics, medical supplies, stuffed animals, baby toys, mattresses, pillows, foam rubber, large carpets, carpet padding, upholstered couches and chairs, books, paper products.
hidden mold is not killed, but actually fed. This may cause the problem to actually get worse instead of better. Bleach is alkaline, you need an acidic cleaner. WARNING: Never run a portable generator inside! It releases Carbon Monoxide and is fatal.
— what’s safe to keep Dishes, Electronics, Non-rusted metal
Beware of Mold Mold is one of the most dangerous effects of flooding. Failure to remove ALL of the mold presents a serious long-term health risk.
ask for help Many people can do a lot of the clean up themselves, but if you do not feel comfortable doing something, get help. Call (800) 621-3362 to apply for federal disaster assistance.
Until dry, mildew and mold will continue to grow, cause health problems and damage your house. A musty odor means there is still mold. — TO REMOVE MOLD
D ONAT E SU PPL I E S A N D GET I N VOLV ED
MIX 3/4 white vinegar with 1/4 water — Use only on hard surfaces. Soak the
area, let it sit, then scrub. NOTHING will get to the mold growing inside of wallboard, ceiling tile, etc. you must remove them.
Dry It Out Open up the house, closets and cabinet doors. Use cat litter made of clay -- hang it in a pillow case, nylon stocking, or other porous bag. The longer your house is wet, the more mold will develop, posing very serious health risks. information sourced from
Clean Up Start cleaning walls, floors and shelves at the bottom or where the worst damage was. Do NOT try to “disinfect”. Give cleaner time to work before you mop or sponge it up. Tackle one room at a time. A two bucket approach is most efficient: use one bucket for rinse water and the other for the cleaner.
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VOLUNTEER & SUPPLY DISTRIBUTION CENTERS:
REDHOOK Miccio Community Ctr. 110 West 9th St, Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY Red Hook Initiative 767 Hicks St. Brooklyn, NY 11231 718-858-6782 Breezy Point BROAD CHANNEL Broad Channel Athletic Club 125 Crossbay Blvd.
Far Rockaway Branch Queens Library corner of Central Ave. and Mott Ave. 20th St. and Rockaway Beach Blvd. Rockaway Beach Surf Club. 302 Beach 87th Jewish Community Council 1525 Central Avenue, Far Rockaway, NY Key Foods Parking Lot Close to Apt. buildings 102-00 109th St. and Rockaway Blvd. Hammel Playground Distribution Point Beach 84th St. and Rockaway Beach Blvd. 1 Beach 105th St. NYC Disaster Assistance Area Beach 116th St. 190 Beach 136th St.
The America Legion 209 Crossbay Blvd. Broad Channel
International School 53 1045 Nameoke Street 11am-7pm
HAMILTON BEACH Hamilton Beach Firehouse 102-33 Davenport Court
God’s Pentacostal 1036 Cornaga at Beach 19 Street
HOWARD BEACH Waldbaums 156-01 Cross Bay Blvd. Joe Addabbo’s District Office (Volunteer) 159-53 102nd St. ROCKAWAYS
St. Mary’s 1920 New Haven Avenue
LAUNDROMAT Seagirt & B 25th Street
Ocean Village Community Room Beach 57th and Rockaway Beach Blvd. 8000 Shorefront Parkway at Beach 81st Street
102-00 Shorefront Parkway at Beach 81st Street
Silver Gull Beach Club 7600 Shorefront Parkway Drop Off for Donations going to at Beach 81st Street Breezy Point 1 Beach 193rd St. Rockaway Point, NY Breezy Point International School 53 Ft. Tilden Parking Lot 1045 Nameoke Street, 11am-7pm NYC Disaster Assistance Area God’s Pentecostal Fort Tilden Parking Lot 1036 Cornaga at Beach 19 Street Breezy Point
PREPARED FOOD & HOT DRINKS:
Breezy Point 204-24 Rockaway Pt. Blvd.
Rockaway Relief at St. Francis Church 129th St. and Rockaway Beach Blvd Rockaway Surf Club 302 beach 87th st, Queens, NY
YANA Beach 113 and Rockaway Beach Boulevard
Veggie Island | R. Taco Volunteer Kitchen- Not for Supply Drop Off 96th St. and Rockaway Blvd. Beach 94th St. and Rockaway Beach Blvd Cross Bay Blvd and 95th St. St. Gertrude’s Church 38th St. and Beach Channel Drive 25th and Seagirt Ave. 1050 Beach 21st St. at Mott Avenue (strip mall) 12 12
LAUNDROMAT Seagirt & B 25th Street
St Gertrude’s Beach Channel Drive & Beach 38 Street Ocean Village Community Room, Beach 57th and Rockaway Beach Blvd. 102-00 Shorefront Parkway, at Beach 81st Street 7600 Shorefront Parkway, at Beach 81st Street
Veggie Island, Beach 96th Street & Rockaway Blvd.
Redfern community center 1302 Redfern Avenue (718) 471-1717
Rockaway Rescue Alliance call (347) 619-2219 or email Rockawayrescuealliance@gmail.com for more information on hot meals.
NYC.GOV. LISTED PREPARED/HOT FOOD DISTRIBUTION SITES
Hours of food distribution: 12–4 pm at food truck locations and 11am–dark at distribution centers. ROCKAWAYS Walbaum’s (Parking Lot): 112-15 Beach Channel Drive (@ Beach 112 Street)
Thriftway Mall (Parking Lot): 20-52 Mott Avenue between 20th and 21st Streets Key Food (Parking Lot): 87-15 Rockaway Beach Blvd. (btw. Beach 87th & 88th)
Beach 41st Street Community Ctr.: Beach 40th Street and Beach Channel Drive FREE FOOD TRUCKS Sponsored by Mayor’s Fund
St. Helen’s Roman Catholic Church: 83rd Street and 157th Avenue
Redfern Houses Community Ctr., Hassock Street and Beach Channel Drive Kate’s Market: Hillside Ave in Roxbury/Breezy Point Christ Community Church: Rockaway Point Boulevard and 208st/Breezy Point St. Francis de Sales: Rockaway Beach Boulevard at Beach 129th Street
American Legion Hall: 209 Cross Bay Boulevard, Broad Channel
Rockaway Beach Blvd & Beach 123 Street 124th and Rockaway Beach Blvd.
NEW YORK CITY SHELTERS AND SERVICES: Disaster Assistance Service Ctr. The Mayor’s Office and Human Resources Administration (HRA) have set up fullservice sites with information about applying for emergency social and economic assistance. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is available to help homeowners apply for loans. Additional sites will be added as information becomes available. If you have problems accessing this list, please call 311. Fort Tilden Park |Beach Channel Blvd. Western-most Parking Lot, Queens, 10-5 Walbaums Parking Lot, 112-15 Beach Channel Drive between Beach 112th/Beach 113th Queens. open: 10-5
Mount Loretto | 6581 Hylan Blvd. at Sharrotts Road, Staten Island, open: 10-5 Miller Field at 600 New Dorp. Lane at Weed Avenue, Staten Island. open: 10-5
accessing this list, please call 311.
WARMING SHELTER FOR ROCKAWAYS RESIDENTS
Thriftway Mall (Parking Lot) 20-52 Mott Avenue (between 20th and 21st Streets) Open: 10am – 5pm
Hillcrest High School 160-05 Hillcrest Avenue Bus pickups to go to shelter
Waldbaum’s, 122-15 Beach Channel Drive between Beach 65th and Beach 66th Place. Fort Tilden Park at Beach Channel Blvd.
JASA Brookdale Senior Housing 131 Beach 19th St. JASA Senior Housing 1915 Seagrit Blvd.
JASA Roy Reuther Senior Ctr 7-11C Seagirt Ave.
FOOD, BLANKET, AND WATER DISTRIBUTION LOCATIONS:
Redfern Playground between Beach 12th St. and Redfern Avenue. Queens. open: 12- 4 Hammel Playground between Beach 84th St. and Rockaway Beach Blvd. Queens. Open: 12- 4 Beach 41st St. Houses at Beach Channel Drive and Beach 40th St. Queens. Open: 12- 4
St. Francis De Sales Parish 129-16 Rockaway Beach Blvd. at Beach 129th St. Queens. Open: 12- 4
Conch Playground at Beach Channel Drive and Beach 49th St. Queens. Open: 12- 4
Redfern Houses 1462 Beach Channel Drive (Redfern and Beach 12th Street) Open: 10am – 5pm
Key Food (Parking Lot) 87-15 Rockaway Blvd (between Beach 87th & 88th) Open: 10am – 5pm Hammel Playground 220 Beach 85th Street Open: 10am – 5pm
St. Francis de Sales 129-16 Rockaway Beach Blvd Open: 10am – 5pm Waldbaums Parking Lot 112-15 Beach Channel Drive Open: 10am – 5pm
NYC MEDICAL STATIONS:
Mobile medical vans staffed with primary care providers who will be able to provide medical care and distribute commonly prescribed drugs are now at several of the City’s Disaster Assistance Service Ctr.s in the Rockaways Staten Island and Coney Island, as well as two additional high-need locations in the Rockaways. If you have problems accessing this list, please call 311.
BUS SERVICE TO SHELTERS:
Bus pickups are available 4:00pm to 9:00pm on Tuesday at select locations. Public transportation is available to other locations. Please check back for additional updates. QUEENS For transportation to: Hillcrest High School, 160-05 Highland Avenue between 160th and 161st St. Bus pickup is at the DASC Ctr. at Waldbaum’s lot, 112-15 Beach Channel Drive near Wainwright Court and Beach 116th St. Fort Tilden Park lot at Rockaway Point Blvd.
BROOKLYN For transportation to: John Jay High School, 237 Seventh Avenue between 4th and 5th St. Bus pickup will be at the DASC Ctr. at MCU Park Parking Lot, 1904 Surf Avenue at West 17th St. STATEN ISLAND For transportation to: Tottenville High School, 100 Luten Avenue between Deisius and Billiou St. Bus pickup is at the DASC Ctr. at Miller Field lot, 600 New Dorp Lane at Weed Avenue (closest to New Drop HS) Mount Loretto, 6581 Hylan Blvd. at Sharrotts Road.
Redfern Houses | Playground 1462 Beach Channel Drive; Redfern and Beach 12th St. Queens. 10am – 5pm Walbaums Parking Lot 112-15 Beach Channel Drive between Beach 112th / Beach 113th St. Queens. Open: 10am – 5pm
Corner of Brighton Beach Avenue and Coney Island Av
St. Frances de Sales 129-16 Rockaway Beach Blvd. Queens Open: 9am – 6pm
NYC MOBILE MEDICAL VANS
Far Rockaway – Fort Tilden Park Fort Tilden Park (closest end to Breezy Point); Beach Channel Blvd. Queens Open: 10 – 5
staffed with primary care providers who will be able to provide medical care and distribute commonly prescribed drugs are now available at several locations in the Rockaways, Brooklyn, and Staten Island. If you have problems
6581 Hylan Blvd. at Sharrotts Road. Staten Island. Open: 2pm - 5pm
Coney Island – Our Lady of Solace 2865 W 17th St. (At Mermaid Avenue) Brooklyn. Open: 10am - 5pm Staten Island – Miller Field 600 New Dorp Lane at Weed Avenue Staten Island. Open: 10am - 1pm. Staten Island – Mount Loretto
NYC DAYTIME WARMING CENTERS
With the drop in temperatures this weekend, the City is providing warming Ctr. in the five boroughs for a place to get out of the cold. Please see times and locations below. OPEN 9am-4pm unless otherwise noted. Please call 311 for updates.
Abe Stark Senior Ctr. 103-15 Farragut Rd.
Amico 59th Street Senior Ctr. 5901 13th Ave.
Bay Ridge Center for Older Adults 411 Ovington Avenue Bayview Community Ctr. (Not a DFTA SC) 5955 Shore Parkway Bensonhurst Senior Ctr. 7802 Bay Parkway
Borinquen Plaza Senior Ctr. 80 Seigel St. Boro Park Senior Ctr. 5602 11th Avenue
Fort Greene Stuyvesant Heights Senior Ctr. 69 MacDonough St. Grace Agard Harewood Senior Ctr. 966 Fulton St. H. Gilroy Senior Ctr. 447 Kingsborough, 4th Walk Hope Gardens Senior Ctr. 195 Linden St. Sephardic Senior Ctr. 482-485 Kings Highway JASA HES Senior Ctr. 9502 Seaview Avenue
JASA Luna Park Senior Ctr. 2880 West 12th Sreet
JASA Senior Alliance Senior Ctr. 161 Corbin Place JASA Shorefront Senior Ctr. 3300 Coney Island Avenue
JASA Starrett City Senior Ctr. 1540 Van Siclen Avenue
JASA Williamsburg Senior Ctr. 202 Graham Avenue
Boro Park YM-YWHA Senior Ctr. 4912 14th Avenue
JAY Senior Ctr. 2600 Ocean Avenue
CCNS Glenwood Senior Ctr. 5701 Avenue H
Krakus Luncheon Club Senior Ctr. 176 Java St.
Brookdale Senior Citizens Ctr. 811-823 Avenue H
CCNS McGuinness Northside Senior Ctr. 715 Leonard St. CCNS Narrows Senior Ctr. 1230 63rd St.
CCNS Northside Senior Ctr. 179 North 6th St.
CCNS Saint Louis Senior Ctr. 230 Kingston Avenue
CCNS St. Charles Jubilee Senior Ctr. 55 Pierrepont St. CCNS The Bay Senior Ctr. 3643 Nostrand Avenue
Christopher C Blenman Senior Ctr. 720 East New York Avenue
19 Rogers Avenue
John Malone Ctr. 2335 Bergen Avenue
Los Sures Senior Ctr. 201 South 4th St.
Maria Lawton Senior Ctr. 400 Hart St. Marlboro Senior Ctr. 2298 W. 8th St.
Midwood Senior Ctr. 4815 Avenue I
Midwood Senior League Satellite 1625 Ocean Avenue Moose Lodge Senior Ctr. 7711 18th Avenue
Ocean Parkway Senior Citizens Ctr. 1960 E. 7th Street
Council Center for Senior Citizens 1001 Quentin Road
Park Slope Senior Citizens Ctr. 463A 7th Street
Diana Jones Senior Ctr. 9 Noll St.
Prospect Hills Senior Ctr. 283 Prospect Avenue Brooklyn
FGC Teresa Moore Senior Ctr. 2702 Linden Blvd.
Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Ctr. 319 Stanhope St.
Fort Greene Hazel Brooks Senior Ctr. 961 Ocean Avenue
Roundtable Senior Citizens Ctr. 1175 Gates Avenue
Cypress Hills Fulton Street Senior Ctr. 3208 Fulton St.
Penn Wortman Active Adults 895 Pennsylvania Avenue
Dorchester Senior Ctr. 1419 Dorchester Road
Remsen Senior Ctr. 650 Remsen Avenue
Fort Greene Albany Senior Ctr. 196 Albany Avenue
Rosetta Gaston Senior Ctr. 460 Dumont Avenue Brooklyn
Fort Greene Grant Square Senior Ctr.
Saint Gabriels Senior Ctr.
331 Hawthorne St.
Shalom Senior Ctr. 483 Albany Avenue
Shore Hill Senior Ctr. 9000 Shore Road
Sr Citizens League of Flatbush Sr Ctr. 550 Ocean Parkway Sunset Park Senior Ctr. 4520 4th Avenue
Tilden Senior Ctr. 630 Mother Gaston Blvd. Times Plaza Senior Ctr. 460 Atlantic Avenue United Senior Citizens Ctr.
475 53RD ST
Van Dyke Senior Ctr. 430 Dumont Avenue Vandalia Senior Ctr. 47 Vandalia Avenue
Wayside Tompkins Park Senior Ctr. 550 Greene Avenue Willoughby Senior Ctr. 105 North Portland Avenue
Wyckoff Gardens Senior Ctr. 280 Wyckoff St.
Young Israel of Midwood Senior Ctr. 1694 Ocean Ave.
Allen Senior Ctr. 166-01 Linden Blvd.
Alpha Phi Alpha Senior Citizens Ctr. 220-01 Linden Blvd. Brooks Senior Ctr. 143-22 109TH Ave.
CCNS Bayside Senior Ctr. 221-15 Horace Harding Expy.
CCNS Catherine Sheridan Senior Ctr. 35-24 83rd St. CCNS Hillcrest Senior Ctr. 168-01B Hillside Ave.
CCNS Ozone Park Senior Ctr. 103-02 101st Ave.
CCNS Peter Dellamonica Senior Ctr. 23-56 Broadway
CCNS Woodhaven Richmond Hill Senior Ctr. 78-15 Jamaica Ave. CPC Queens Nan Shan Senior Ctr. 136-18 39th Ave. ELMCOR Lefrak Senior Ctr. 98-16 55th Ave. ELMCOR Senior Ctr. 98-19 Astoria Blvd.
Florence E. Smith Senior Ctr. 102-19 34th Ave. Forest Hills Senior Ctr. 108-25 62nd Drive
HANAC College Point Senior Ctr.
13-28 123rd St.
HANAC Archbishop Iakovos Senior Ctr. 32-06 21st St. HANAC Lindsay JVL Senior Ctr. 27-40 Hoyt Ave.
HANAC Ravenswood Senior Ctr. 34-35A 12th St. IPR/HE Corona Senior Ctr. 108-74 Roosevelt Ave.
IPR/HE Elmhurst Jackson Heights Senior Ctr. 75-01 Broadway, Queens 9:00 - 5:30 Newtown Italian Senior Center 83-20 Queens Blvd. JASA Holliswood Senior Ctr. 86-25 Francis Lewis Blvd.
JSPOA Rockaway Blvd Senior Ctr. 123-10 143 St. Korean American Senior Ctr. Corona 37-06 111th St. Korean American Senior Ctr. Flushing 42-15th St. Middle Village Senior Ctr. 69-10 75th St. Peter Cardella Senior Ctr. 68-52 Fresh Pond Rd. Pomonok Senior Ctr. 67-09 Kissena Blvd.
Queensbridge-RIIS Senior Ctr. 10-25 41ST Ave. Raices Astoria Senior Ctr. 21-21 30TH Drive
Raices Corona Senior Ctr. 107-24 Corona Ave.
Rego Park Senior Ctr. 9 3-29 Queens Blvd. Ridgewood Older Adult Ctr. 59-14 70TH Ave. Rochdale Senior Ctr. 169-65 137th Ave.
SELFHELP Austin St. Senior Ctr. 106-06 Queens Blvd.
SELFHELP Ben Rosenthal ISC 45-25 Kissena Blvd.
SELFHELP Clearview Senior Ctr. 208-11 26th Ave.
SELFHELP Latimer Gardens Senior Ctr. 34-30 137th St. SELFHELP Maspeth Senior Ctr. 69-61 Grand Ave. SNAP Innovative Senior Ctr. 80-45 Winchester Blvd. SNAP Brookville Senior Ctr. Jamaica, NY 11427
SUNNYSIDE Community Senior Ctr. 43-31 39th St. Theodora Jackson Senior Ctr. 92-47 165 St. Woodslide Senior Ctr. 50-37 Newtown Rd.
FEMA LOCATIONS and SERVICES OFFERED
Services: ONA /Aging /Information / Teleregistration /Hazard Mitigation /SBA Business Loan /FEMA Other / Housing Assistance/ SBA Home Loan/ Crisis Counseling /Legal Referrals/ Web Registration/ IRS /Fax/ Copy / Phone use / Volunteer Organization/ Insurance available at the following locations: Our Lady of Solace- Gymnassium 2866 West 17th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11224 Hrs: 8am-8pm Mon-Sun
Cyclone Stadium 1904 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn, NY Young Israel of Forest Hills Senior League Hrs: 8am-8pm all days except Fri: 8am-7pm 68-07 Burns St. Young Israel of Queens Valley 141-55 77th Ave.
STATEN ISLAND Arrochar Senior Ctr. 85 Jerome Avenue
Fort Tilden Park 1199 Rockaway Pt. Blvd., Breezy Point, NY 11697 Hrs: 8:30am-8pm Mon-Sun
Cassidy Coles Senior Ctr. 125 Cassidy Place
Duane Reade B116 Beach Channel Drive, Rockaway Park, NY 11694 Hrs: 8:30am-8pm Mon-Sun
New Lane Senior Ctr. 70 New Lane
Miller Field New Dorp Lane 600 New Dorp Lane, Staten Island, NY 10306 Hrs: 8:30am-8pm Mon-Sun
Stapleton Senior Ctr. 189 Gordon St.
Edgewater Park Volunteer Fire Station 1 Adee Drive, , NY 10465 Hrs: 9am-5pm Mon-Sun
Mount Loretto Senior Ctr. 6581 Hylan Blvd.
Senior Guild Luncheon Program 120 Anderson Ave.
Staten Island Friendship Club 11 Sampson Avenue
Island Park Village Hall 127 Longbeach Road, Island park Hrs: 8am-8pm Mon-Sun
West Brighton Senior Ctr. 230 Broadway
Mount Loretto 6581 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island Hrs: 8:30am-8pm Mon-Sun
Todt Hill Friendship Club 184 Schmidts Lane
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