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Welcome to NYDISnet, the e-newsletter of NYDIS (New York Disaster Interfaith Services).

NYDISnet is New York City’s only faith-based Sandy recovery e-news resource, and provides the latest updates on resources, events, trainings and other matters of interest to the recovery community and religious leaders - including 9/11 long-term recovery news. NYDIS also distributes NYDISnet ALERTs during local emergencies or to notify New York City faith communities and our partners of important news.

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Peter B. Gudaitis, M.Div.
Executive Vice President & Chief Response Officer


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NYDIS Sandy Recovery Resources

On-Line NYC Sandy Recovery Guide (with Widgets)

NYC Sandy Unmet Needs Roundtable & NYC Unmet Needs Fund
The Unmet Needs Roundtables convene donors, long-term recovery groups and case management agencies to financially assist impacted families with unmet needs beyond those met by all other current programs. Through the advocacy of a case manager, the Roundtables (which are centrally managed and meet in each borough) provide emergency cash assistance, recovery grants, loans and discounted/tax-free building supplies to eligible survivor households. Assistance is targeted to ensure and sustain survivors' long-term recovery. For more information, contact info@nydis.org.
NYC Volunteer Group Housing Program (VGHP): Form-Sets
NYDIS supports and coordinates out-of-state volunteer groups seeking housing and Sandy rebuild organizations for them to volunteer with during their stay.

To secure housing or find a place to volunteer, call 212-669-6100 or email the VGHP

A comprehensive culturally and religiously competent form-set to assist potential host sites in housing rebuild volunteers in support of Superstorm Sandy Recovery efforts includes two handbooks for host sites and volunteer groups and exhaustively covers a wide range of resources for organizations involved in volunteer housing rebuild. View or download the VGHP Form Set for Host Sites & Volunteer Groups.

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NYC Public Health Emergency Faith-based Sector Needs Assessment Survey
The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's (DOHMH) has contracted New York Disaster Interfaith Service's (NYDIS) to help assess and improve the New York City Faith-based Sector's disaster and public health emergency readiness. Please participate by taking the survey below. The results will allow DOHMH to better understand the capabilities and needs of NYC congregations, religious bodies/networks and faith-based non-profits.

Please Take the Survey in English or Español
Deadline - May 6, 2016

NYDIS will report on those findings and make recommendations on how to build and sustain the sector's capabilities and resilience. The project is taking place under the direction of the DOHMH Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response (OEPR).

Any faith-based organizations wishing to host a focus group to document the specific capabilities
NYDIS Congratulates NYC Emergency Management For Turning 20
On April 1st NYC Emergency Management celebrated its 20th anniversary! Established in 1996, NYC Emergency Management has served for 20 years as the coordinating agency for the City of New York. The agency plans and prepares for emergencies, educates the public about preparedness, coordinates emergency response and recovery, and collects and disseminates emergency information.

Take this opportunity to learn more about the NYCEM's history, its accomplishments, as well as viewing the NYCEM's charter.

NYDIS' New Sandy Recovery Positions
NYDIS is currently seeking qualified candidates for the following Administrative and Sandy Recovery positions on our full-time staff. These are both office and field positions.
NYDIS Working Toward Training 1000 NYC Religious Leaders in Mental Health First Aid
NYDIS is currently partnering with the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to offer Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training to NYC congregations and religious leaders under the First Lady's ThriveNYC initiative. Chief Response Officer Peter Gudaitis, a certified Mental Health First Aid instructor, has been be co-teaching courses in all boroughs - 130 have been training to date. NYDIS has pledged to facilitate the training 1000 religious leaders through ThriveNYC.  

Please e-mail us to inquire about MHFA trainings
About ThriveNYC

NYDIS Continues Work on NYC Hurricane Sandy Recovery Task Force
Since January 2016 the task force has been working with staff from the Mayor's Office of Recovery and Resiliency and a research team from Columbia University to document the impact of Sandy on NYC Non-profits and Houses of Worship and to make recommendations on preparedness and resilience strategies and policy in support of whole-community resilience.  A report will be issued in June. Peter B. Gudaitis, NYDIS' Chief Response Officer, was appointed to the New York City Hurricane Sandy Charitable Organization and House of Worship Recovery Task Force by NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.

NYDIS Seeks Rental Units for Sandy Temporary Rental Program
The Sandy Temporary Rental Program (STRP), administered by NYDIS in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery Operations (HRO), supports the unmet temporary rental housing needs of under-resourced Sandy-impacted homeowners who are being required by Build it Back to vacate for construction or elevation. The STRP is seeking to identify rental units for short-term rental (6-12 months) for clients who need to vacate their homes for construction or elevation. The following neighborhoods are a priority to ensure that even though families are displaced from their homes, they are not displaced from their communities:
Brighton Beach, Canarsie, Coney Island, Gerritsen Beach, and Sheepshead Bay
Arverne, Edgemere, Broad Channel, Breezy Pont, Far Rockaway, and Bayswater
Staten Island
Cedar Grove, Midland Beach, New Dorp Beach, and South Beach.

Email inquiries and/or complete the checklist below and submit to unmetneeds@nydis.org.
Faith, Disasters, and Post-traumatic Growth
April 18: Benjamin Andrews of Wheaton College's Humanitarian Disaster Institute reflects on the possibility for growth, "out of the soil of struggle, posttraumatic stress, and profound loss." Read more.

$20,000 Available in Grants for 2016
April 18: The Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) is part of the National Preparedness System intended to provide "target hardening and other physical security enhancements to nonprofit organizations that are at high risk of terrorist attack and located within one of the specific FY 2016 Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI)-designated eligible urban areas. The program is also designed to promote coordination and collaboration in emergency preparedness activities among public and private community representatives, as well as state and local government agencies.".Read more.

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance Responds to Water Contamination in New York
March 11: Presbyterian Disaster Assistance recently deployed a National Response Team to the small community of Hoosick Falls, New York in response to reports of water contamination. Perflorooctanoic Acid (PFOA)-a known carcinogen once used in the manufacturing of non-stick coating such as Teflon-was found in the community of 3,500. The source was traced to a factory currently owned by Saint Gobain Performance Plastics, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Now the contamination has reached municipal wells in addition to several private wells outside the village. Read more.

Church Donates $100K to Shrine near Ground Zero
March 8: St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Appleton donated $100,000-much of its remaining assets from savings and the sale of its property-to the St. Nicholas National Shrine in New York City. The shrine, which is currently under construction, will replace St. Nicholas of New York City. The church, just 35 feet tall, stood in the shadows of the World Trade Center towers and was buried in rubble following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Bishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago praised the generosity of the Appleton parish. The Metropolis has jurisdiction over Greek Orthodox parishes in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and portions of Indiana and Missouri. "St. Nicholas in Wisconsin will live on as a part of St. Nicholas in New York," Demetrios said. Read more.

Faith-Based Entities Encouraged to Submit NYCEM Space Survey
NYC Emergency Management (NYCEM) has released a Community Space Survey, which is critical to helping the City prepare for emergencies and reach out to its communities. Organizations citywide are encouraged to participate. The purpose of the Survey is to identify spaces in a community that could potentially support the City's emergency operations or be used for community outreach events. (Providing information on a community space does not guarantee that it will be used in an emergency.) All information will be kept strictly confidential. Complete the survey here. For any questions, refer to the Frequently Asked Questions or contact intergov@oem.nyc.gov.

NY State, Sandy Disaster Case Management Referral Line: 855-258-0483

Resource Guides and Websites
- Catholic Charities-DCMP Resource Guide
- NYDIS Recovery Resource Guide
- JCC Staten Island Connect to Recovery Resources Guide  

National Flood Mitigation Resource List
FEMA's National Flood Insurance Resource List contains links to important information for property owners, notifications on Increased Cost of Compliance, FEMA flood hazard data, outlines of Community Rating System qualifications, and other details. The full resource list can be found here.

Counseling Support for Build it Back Applicants
Build it Back offers counseling referrals to eligible applicants who may need additional assistance moving their application forward. The Build it Back Counseling Partners are experts in housing, financial and legal issues with experience working in affected communities. They can work with clients one-on-one to resolve tough challenges related to their applications. Counseling is provided at no cost to individuals who are eligible and registered. Find out more here.

Free Mental Health Services for Children and Teens in Sandy-Affected Areas
The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) offers free mental health services available for children and adolescents living in the Rockaways, South Brooklyn, and Staten Island. Mental health evaluation and treatment will be provided at no cost through the NYC Child and Adolescent Resiliency Enhancement Services (NYC CARES) program. The NYC CARES program is available at Coney Island Hospital, St. John's Episcopal Hospital for residents of the Rockaways and at the Staten Island Mental Health Society for Staten Island residents. To learn more, call 311 or click here.

Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) Changes
NYC Mayor's Office of Recovery and Resiliency offers resources on flood risk, FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Map updates, and flood insurance purchase requirements here. NYC residents can also learn about their flood risk at  floodhelpny.org, a project of the Association of NYC Neighborhoods.

Disaster Assistance Resource
FEMA's Disaster Assistance Improvement Program (DAIP) has set up a website (DisasterAssistance.gov) to help survivors navigate the disaster recovery process. DAIP helps survivors by shortening the time required to apply for assistance and reducing the number of forms that need to be completed. Survivors can also upload documents, check the status of their application, and access information and resources, all through the website.
FEMA Recoupment
Make the Road New York's Legal Department is working with families in handling their FEMA recoupment. Clients in Staten Island can call the Midland Beach office at (718) 987-5503 or the Port Richmond office at (718) 727-1222.

9/11 Health Benefits - First Responders, Recovery Workers & Lower Manhattan Residents
People exposed to the stew of toxins released when the World Trade Center collapsed on 9/11 can still apply for health benefits. Tens of thousands of workers, volunteers and residents who believe they are suffering from 9/11-related illnesses have until the end of 2016 to apply for the health care they need and deserve under the World Trade Center Health Program. To apply click here or call 855-4WTC-AID.

Project Uplift Application
April 15: Project UPLIFT (Program) is a $7.5 million home elevation pilot program, being launched in the spring of 2016 by the Governor's Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR). The goal of the pilot is to elevate homes above the FEMA Base Flood Elevation in two pilot service areas: Staten Island, and the Gerritsen Beach and Sheepshead Bay areas of Brooklyn.
The program will fund multiple elevation projects for eligible applications in the pilot service areas. Applicants must submit the pre-application for Project UPLIFT no later than April 30, 2016. 

DHS-FEMA Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) Opportunity; Deadline: April 25, 2016
This grant program through the Department of Homeland Security/FEMA provides $20 million to support target hardening and other physical security enhancements for nonprofit organizations that are at high risk of a terrorist attack and located within one of the FY 2016 Urban Area Security Initiative-eligible urban areas. Learn more.

SBA Reopens Disaster Loan Applications for Sandy-Impacted Residents to December 1, 2016
Effective December 2, 2015, the recently approved Recovery Improvements for Small Entities (RISE) After Disaster Act of 2015 gives the SBA Administrator the authority to make disaster loans for Superstorm Sandy for a period of one year. The bill authorizes SBA to revise the disaster deadline for major Presidential declarations for Superstorm Sandy in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island.  Additionally, SBA will be accepting applications under its related agency declarations for North Carolina, Puerto Rico, Virginia, West Virginia and certain counties in Maryland. The new filing deadline for physical damage and economic injury losses is December 1, 2016. Apply online here. Information on the locations of recovery centers and the loan application process can be obtained by calling the SBA Customer Service Center at 800-659-2955 (800-877-8339 for the deaf and hard-of-hearing) or by sending an email to disastercustomerservice@sba.gov.
American Red Cross Home Fire Preparedness Campaign
The American Red Cross and its partners have launched an initiative that aims to reduce deaths and injuries caused by home fires by 25% in five years with the Home Fire Preparedness Campaign. The Red Cross is asking every household in America to take two simple steps that can save lives: checking or installing smoke alarms and practicing fire drills at home. Join the campaign as a volunteer by contacting a local Red Cross chapter. Learn more.
New York City Launches $21M Effort to Combat Zika
April 19: Based on an existing city program to combat West Nile Disease, which is also a mosquito-borne illness, the New York Times says the city's new multi-million dollar campaign will expand mosquito surveillance to help combat the Zika virus host, and improve testing services for pregnant women who may have been exposed to the virus and are at risk of infection. Read more .

Level of Twitter Use Good Predictor of Severity of Hurricane Sandy Damage
April 15: A new study published in Science Advancessuggests that the volume of storm-related tweets align closely with proximity to landfall and the eventual level of damage. Read this article in The Verge for a more lay-person friendly piece.

Recovery Efforts may Trigger Increased Property Tax as Neighborhoods Improve
April 15: According to the Sheepshead Bites local news site, Sandy recovery efforts may be improving storm-damaged neighborhoods to the detriment of financially struggling residents. Read more.

NYT: Rising Sea Levels May Disrupt Lives of Millions, Study Says
March 14: Sea-level rise, a problem exacerbated by greenhouse gas emissions, could disrupt the lives of more than 13 million people in the United States, three times the most current estimates, according to a study published in Nature Climate Change. Rising seas, which already endanger coastal communities through tidal floods and storm surges, could rise three feet or more over the next century if emissions continue at a high level, threatening many shoreline communities. The study argues that most projections vastly underestimate the number of people at risk because they do not account for population growth. For the study, the authors combined future population estimates with predicted sea-level rise, using data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, to demonstrate that millions are at risk: 4.2 million if seas rise by three feet, or 13.1 million with a six-foot increase, a high-end estimate. Read more.

Sandy-damaged Properties for Auction on Staten Island, Bids Starting at $14,650
March 7: The Governor's Office of Storm Recovery is giving developers the chance to rebuild Staten Island's shoreline that was ravaged by Hurricane Sandy through an auction of 55 storm-damaged properties. After hundreds of Staten Islanders lost their homes and all their belongings in Hurricane Sandy, the state bought many of their ravaged properties. Now, the governor's office will auction the damaged Staten Island properties-along with six in Queens and one in Brooklyn-on May 10 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bloomfield, Staten Island. The properties to be auctioned were acquired by those homeowners who chose not to participate in the NYC Build it Back program. The storm-damaged Staten Island properties, which are among 115 statewide, have been acquired from interested homeowners via the Housing Trust Fund Corporation, in connection with Governor's Office of Storm Recovery NY Rising Acquisition-for-Redevelopment Program. Read more.

NYCOSH Launches "Health for Heroes" Campaign for 15th Anniversary of 9/11
March 2: The New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) has launched a Health for Heroes Campaign in the 15th anniversary year of the World Trade Center tragedy. The campaign aims to locate workers who were 9/11 responders and survivors so they can access health coverage and monitoring through the World Trade Center Health Program and financial compensation through the Victim Compensation Fund. The presenting partner, the New York City Central Labor Council (AFL-CIO), and the lead partner, the New York Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York, will kick off the campaign with a New York City labor drive throughout the month of March that will reach hundreds of labor affiliates throughout the city. The campaign will continue through September with NYCOSH providing outreach and enrollment assistance to organizations and individual workers. Read more.

What NYC Would Look Like If Sea Levels Rose Just 20 Feet
The Surging Seas map created by Climate Central renders what would occur if global temperatures rose by approximately two degrees, which would raise the sea levels by about twenty feet. Bjarke Ingels, the famed architect slated with the job of designing the World Trade Center's final skyscraper, has a project in the works that will protect the "Dry Line, " a ten-mile area in lower Manhattan, which include reconfiguring park spaces and installing deployable walls. A lot of organizations are also at work through the Rebuild by Design competition put on by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, New York City's Vision 2020 plan, and the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance. These plans will take into account new waterfront-edge design guidelines, formulated to protect Manhattan from rising sea levels in the decades to come. Read more.

SBA Disaster Loans for New Sandy Declaration Tops $30 Million
Last December, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) reopened the application filing period for Superstorm Sandy survivors making federal disaster loans available until December 1, 2016. Since then, the SBA has approved loans in excess of $30 million dollars. The low-interest loans are available to small businesses, most private nonprofit organizations, homeowners and renters located in NYC and the surrounding area. Read more.

September 11th Victim Compensation Fund - Fourth Annual Status Report
The Victim Compensation Fund's (VCF) fourth Annual Status Report includes an update on the status of all claims processed by the VCF and highlights the substantial efforts of the team in rendering nearly 6,000 compensation determinations in 2015. The report also notes the efforts employed in 2015 to prepare the VCF for closure, which were then re-directed to address the requirements of the reauthorized program. The determination of Congress to reauthorize the VCF recognizes the importance of the Fund's ongoing work for the 9/11 community, the success of their efforts to-date, and the great need to continue to provide compensation to those who suffered physically and financially as a result of the September 11th terrorist attacks and debris removal. Resources:
One World Trade Center Landlord Blocked Charity Stair Climb That Honors 9/11 Victims
March 13: In full gear, 343 firefighters from 29 states and four countries climbed a World Trade Center tower to honor firefighters killed on 9/11. The New York City Firefighter Stair Climb memorial charity fundraiser-founded by two NYC firefighters-was formerly blocked by the building's landlords, the Durst Organization. The head of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which sponsors the stair climb, believed One World Trade's landlord was trying to camouflage the 9/11 connection in order to lease more space. "They want to get so far away from what happened on 9/11, that last year they didn't even want us to have pictures of firefighters or police officers that died. I mean, come on, this building is so symbolic," Frank Siller told CBS2. The stair climb to honor 9/11 first responders and their families was a huge success last year as nearly 1,000 people climbed 90 stories at One World Trade Center to raise money to build hi-tech homes for soldiers injured in Iraq and Afghanistan. Read more.

Gotham Gazette: Bill Mandates Board of Elections Emergency Plan
March 9: NY City Council Member Mark Treyger will introduce a bill to ensure that the Board of Elections, which administers voting in the city, joins other agencies in formulating its own disaster-preparedness procedures for conducting the polls. "We have to make sure that democracy perseveres through a crisis," Treyger told Gotham Gazette. The Council member represents parts of southern Brooklyn that were hit hard by Superstorm Sandy in 2012, just a week before Election Day. Treyger's experience with the storm and his role as chair of the Council's Committee on Recovery and Resiliency give him a unique perspective on the issue. "Every agency, NYCHA or DOE, are all in the process of updating their emergency response plans," Treyger said. "I'm curious to know what the BOE has done to better respond to emergencies post-Superstorm Sandy and what level of coordination exists between the City and the State." Treyger's bill would mandate that the BOE be prepared for extreme situations by working with NYC Emergency Management to create a reasonable plan to conduct an election amid a crisis. Read more.

Congressman Donovan Supports Restoring New York's Federal Anti-Terror Funding
March 3: Congressman Dan Donovan (R-Staten Island-Bay Ridge) is engaged in a fierce battle with the Obama Administration over a provision in the 2017 budget proposal calling for slashing $180 million from the $580 million out of last year's budget for the Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI). Begun in 2006, UASI provides training and equipment for police and fire departments and other first responder units of the 28 American cities considered by intelligence agencies to be among the prime targets of terrorists. Of those 28 cities, New York is threatened with the deepest cuts, losing $90 million from the $180 million it received in 2015. Donovan, who was recently named chair of the subcommittee on Emergency Preparedness Response and Communications says he finds it "inconceivable that the President is taking away funds from New York and the other designated at-risk cities for a program created to help prevent terrorist attacks." Read more.

Active Shooter Incident Preparedness
There are a multitude of resources available to help prompt discussion on how to increase safety at houses of worship and address the potential for copycat threats. Resources:

Flood Preparedness
Floods can have a major impact on homes, communities, and regions and can develop over a period of days or occur suddenly. SAMHSA DTAC has compiled a list of tools and resources focused on flood preparedness and response:
  • Disaster-Specific Resources-Flood
    • This SAMHSA DTAC Disaster Behavioral Health Information Series (DBHIS) installment provides preparedness and response information for floods. Materials include tip sheets, podcasts, and links to helpful agencies. To access this installment, please visit the  website.
  • Stay Safe Before, During, and After a Flood
    • One way that individuals and families can prepare for a flood is to develop their own response and communication plan. The Public Health Emergency website contains materials that can help. Links to these resources are available on the website.  
  • Floods
    • This Federal Emergency Management Agency Ready.gov webpage includes flood-specific preparedness, response, and recovery information. There is also a special section highlighting tools and resources for spring flooding. Visit the website to learn more.
  • Strengthening Your Emotional Well-Being Ahead of the Flood
    • Individuals may experience distress when anticipating and preparing for a flood. This American Psychological Association article offers tips to manage flood-related anxiety and improve overall physical and behavioral health. Access the article here.

Zika Virus Preparedness
Zika virus is spread to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito (A. aegypti and A. albopictus). To date, Zika has not been spread by mosquitoes in the continental United States. However, lab tests have confirmed Zika virus in travelers returning to the United States. These travelers have gotten the virus from mosquito bites and a few through sex. With the recent outbreaks in the Americas, the number of Zika cases among travelers visiting or returning to the United States will likely increase. CDC is not able to predict how much Zika virus would spread in the continental United States. Many areas in the United States have the type of mosquitoes that can become infected with and spread Zika virus. However, recent outbreaks in the continental United States of chikungunya and dengue, which are spread by the same type of mosquito, have been relatively small and limited to a small area. Resources:
Tanenbaum: Resources for Combating Extremism
The Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding is offering free, practical resources that can be used at home or at work, in schools, places of worship and in your community, including a September 11 Fact Sheet and World Religions Fact Sheet. The resources can be utilized for discussion at houses of worship, community centers, at the workplace, or at home with friends and family to help learn the facts and counter hate and terror.
Mental Health First Aid Training
April 1 - April 29
This course teaches non-mental health workers how to give first aid to adults experiencing a mental health crisis.  Click here to register.

Business Resiliency Workshop
April 26, 12 PM - 1 PM
Business Preparedness and Resiliency Program is hosting a business resiliency webinar on how to stay in business and protect your investments. Click here to register.

NYC MRC Symposium: Community Resilience through Public Health
April 30, 8:30 AM - 3 PM
This year's Symposium theme is the relationship between public health and community resiliency. Speakers will discuss the relationship between MRC's public health outreach activities and the ability of communities to recover from disasters and emergencies. Click here to register.

2016 National VOAD Conference
"Up North: Set Your Sights on Collaboration"
May 22-25, 2016

Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Sandy Mobilization, Assessment Referral and Treatment for Mental Health (SMART-MH) 
July 1, Deadline
If you or someone you know was impacted by Superstorm Sandy and are age 60 or older, contact SMART-MH, a free or low cost treatment program. Click here to learn more.

NYC's 2nd Annual Disability Pride Parade
July 10, Event
Disability Pride NYC and the Mayor's Office of Disability have partnered to present the 2nd Annual Disability Pride Parade. Registration for the parade begins on May 1st. Click here to learn more.

Formidable Footprint - A National Community Exercise Series
July 30, Deadline
This is a nationwide series of exercises designed specifically for neighborhood, community and faith-based organizations to assess their disaster preparedness and response capabilities. Click here to learn more.
New York State Training(s)
NYC Emergency Management Training(s)
American Red Cross-Greater New York
Lutheran Social Services of New York
Catholic Charities Disaster Case Management
Federal Emergency Management Jobs
Met Council Disaster Case Management
National Service (CNCS)
New York Cares
New York Disaster Interfaith Services
NYC Medical Reserve Corp
NYC Office of Emergency Management
NYC Service
New York Disaster Interfaith Services
Social Work Supervisor Position as Adjunct Faculty for LMSW Prep Class - New
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