Project Hope: Counseling for Sandy Survivors
The program, which began in November, 2012, offers free, confidential supportive counseling and educational services to hurricane survivors in New York City, as well as Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland and Westchester Counties.
View a full list of Project Hope provider agencies, by county.
Project Hope's services are available to individuals and groups in a variety of settings, including home, work, community centers and churches. Counselors help survivors cope with the emotional aftermath of disaster and find the resources they need to address disaster-related problems.
Project Hope counselors are trained to work with disaster victims and help them to address their individual needs.
Project Hope is expected to continue until the fall of 2013.
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