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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

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Our Disaster Recovery Process

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Latest News

Get Help Requesting A Sandy Claim Review!
  • September 24, 2015
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If you filed a flood insurance claim after Superstorm Sandy and you were not satisfied with the amount of money you received from your insurance company, you can request a review of your claim through FEMA. The Federal Emergency Management Administration just agreed to extend by 30 days the deadline to apply to have a […]

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FEMA Agrees to Last Minute 30 Day Extension!
  • September 18, 2015
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Feds drop clawbacks of Sandy rebuilding dollars STORY HIGHLIGHTS To sign up for the Hurricane Sandy Claims Review Center, call 866-337-4262. You can also sign up by visiting  18CONNECT 9TWEETLINKEDIN 1COMMENTEMAILMORE Sandy homeowners got some good news from the federal government, one that could mean more money for their bottom line. The U.S. Department of Housing […]

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Deadline nears to reopen Superstorm Sandy claims
  • September 11, 2015
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SEPTEMBER 7, 2015, 10:47 PM BY KIM LUEDDEKE STAFF WRITER THE RECORD RECORD FILE PHOTO   Rescue workers using a boat to evacuate residents on Eckel Road in Little Ferry on Oct. 30, 2012, after Superstorm Sandy caused flooding.   With a mid-September deadline fast approaching, victims of Superstorm Sandy who believe they were underpaid […]

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