Hurricane Sandy Projects Hurricane Sandy made landfall on Oct. 29, 2012 near Brigantine, New Jersey, devastating communities along the Atlantic Coast with reported national damages exceeding $50 billion. Communities were shattered, families were torn apart, homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed, and lives were upended.

In New York, after Hurricane Sandy, one major problem was that the city continued with its recovery plan even as it clearly wasn’t succeeding. Because the SSBG Hurricane Sandy funds were designated for the provision of social, health, and mental health services to individuals and families affected by Hurricane Sandy, special SSBG Hurricane Sandy Recovery & Rebuilding Report

HHS awards grants for Hurricane Sandy recovery research Hard hit communities benefit from research on long-term health recovery More than $5 million in grants will support research to aid the long-term recovery in areas hard hit … But brick by brick, block by block, we are rebuilding.

Hurricane Sandy Recovery The City of New York, its individual agencies, and related organizations needed strategic assistance managing the city’s claims development and administration under federal disaster programs related to

Hurricane Sandy Recovery Activities Fact Sheet: Recovering from Disasters: Creating an Evidence Base for Community Decisions Identifying Disaster Medical and Public Health Research Priorties: Data Needs Arising Nearly one year ago, communities across a dozen states in the Northeast experienced the devastating and tragic effects of Hurricane Sandy.

Web site of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Building a Stronger Coast Home Featured Communities Projects For the Media Story Map Infographic: Building a Stronger Coast Click image for full-size infographic.

Sixteen days after the landfall of superstorm Sandy, much recovery work remains to be done.