Orange County Officials Advise Residents to Contact 2-1-1 For Unmet Hurricane Sandy NeedsJan 22nd, 2013 | By HV Insider | Category: Featured Articles
County Executive Diana and Social Services Commissioner Jolly Advise Residents with Still Unmet Needs from Hurricane Sandy to Contact 2-1-1
Orange County Executive Edward A. Diana and Orange County Social Services Commissioner David Jolly advise County residents who still need help with disaster-related needs from Hurricane Sandy to contact 2-1-1.
“There may still be people in Orange County who need help due to Sandy,” said County Executive Diana. “2-1-1 provides an invaluable resource for Orange county residents in terms of accessing essential information regarding disaster recovery.”
“For many of us in Orange County the impact of Hurricane Sandy will be felt for many months to follow,” said Commissioner Jolly. “Residents now have access to essential information regarding County, state and federal resources through a single phone call.”
United Way’s 2-1-1 Helpline is a free, confidential, multilingual service to assist the public to find the answers to a variety of Health and Human Services related questions by dialing 2-1-1 or visiting them online at www.hudosnvalley211.org
For more information on New York’s disaster recovery, please visit www.fema.gov/SandyNY