A crisis counseling program for Hurricane Sandy survivors that had been set to expire in the fall has been granted new life with $39 million in federal money.
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“The damage to New York was not only the devastation left behind but also the emotional and mental health toll it took on many individuals,” Gov. Cuomo toldthe Daily Newson Thursday.
Project Hope was created by the New York State Office of Mental Health. Itoffers free, confidential services to people in New York City as well asNassau, Suffolk, Rockland, and Westchester Counties.According to its Web site, counselors visit affected communities to work with survivors one-on-one as well as in group settings.
Counselors can be reached at1 (800) 543-3638.
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