Before you Go Online or Come to the Sandy Housing Assistance Center:
The application asks for basic information about your damaged unit, your family, and the assistance you have received to help repair your home. Collecting this information before you sit down to fill out the application will help you complete the application faster.
About Your Home
- FEMA Number
- Address including block/lot number
- Names of all of the legal owners of the property
- Your estimate of housing damage
About Your Family
- Names and SSN of all household members
- Income of all household members (This information is used to identify low and moderate income families.)
- Household members who are elderly or disabled
- Race/ethnicity/gender – this information is for statistical reporting
Owners who receive a Resettlement grant must sign a Promissory Note that requires them to remain in the County where they lived prior to Superstorm Sandy for three years after they receive a $10,000 grant award. Rules that come with the Resettlement Grant.
- Sandy impacted Homeowner who accepts the Resettlement award must agree use the funds for non-construction purposes and to remain or return to the County in which they lived prior to Superstorm Sandy.