Call us at (732) 569-3484 | Email us at

Welcome to the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group (OCLTRG)

When we come together as a community, we are all stronger, especially in the face of an unprecedented disaster like Superstorm Sandy. Designed as a single resource for Ocean County residents, the Ocean County Long-Term Recovery Group is your source for help.


OCLTRG Executive Director Speaks at Sandy Task Force Hearing in D.C.


Disaster Relief:

Moving Forward Together

Through the generosity of community partners and funding organizations including Robin Hood Foundation, Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund, United Way of Ocean County, OceanFirst Foundation, World Renew, Lutheran Social Ministries, UMCOR, Salvation Army, The American Red Cross, Caregivers of NJ, and Homes For All, among others, we are able to provide assistance.

For further information, give us a call at 732-569-3484 or email us at

Get Help Now Give Help Now

Our Disaster Recovery Process

disaster recovery plan


Latest News

Sandy victims may be leaving millions on the table
  • August 13, 2015
  • 0

The review of flood insurance claims from superstorm Sandy has been bogged down in confusion and hesitation, according to a letter to FEMA from U.S. Senator Robert Menendez’s office. Menendez, and perhaps eventually the entire New Jersey Congressional delegation, is asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency to push the deadline on the Sandy claims review […]

Read more
  • August 11, 2015
  • 0

FEMA NFIP REVIEW PROCESS If you filed a flood insurance (NFIP) claim after Superstorm Sandy, & you were not satisfied with the amount of money you received from your insurance company you can request a review of your flood insurance claim through FEMA. If you need help in understanding or navigating the review process you […]

Read more
1,000 Days Since Sandy
  • August 10, 2015
  • 0

Come Sunday, 1,000 days will have passed since Superstorm Sandy began her rampage across the Jersey Shore. Thousands of New Jersey families are still displaced. The state has been unable to match the pace of spending that Louisiana set in order to get its residents back in their homes after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. New […]

Read more

Major Supporters and Partners Include: