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Were you or someone you know affected by Hurricane Ida? The following is a list of housing resources and services that are available to Somerset County residents that were affected. FEMA- individuals and business owners who sustained damage losses can begin applying for assistance by registering online at www.disasterassistance.gov or by calling 800-621-FEMA (3362). If you are a homeowner, you must file a claim with your insurance company first. Be sure to keep receipts and take photos of your damaged home and belongings; make a list of damaged or lost items. 211- 24-hour resource and referral line for all basic needs including housing; call 211 or visit www.nj211.org. Central Jersey Housing Resource Center- affordable housing referrals and housing counseling. Call 908-446-0036 or visit www.cjhrc.org. County Board of Social Services- offices in Somerville and Franklin Township. Call 908-526-8800. Emergency Housing Voucher Program- housing voucher for income eligible families. Call 908-541-5756 to be screened and get application if eligible. New Jersey Housing Resource Center- online housing resource portal; https://nj.gov/njhrc; or call 877-428-8844 NJHelps- online screening tool for basic needs assistance programs. www.njhelps.org; NORWESCAP- Homelessness Prevention Program, which can provide security deposits and rental assistance for income-eligible families. Call 908-454-7000 or visit https://norwescap.org Safe and Sound- emergency safe housing and other free services for survivors of domestic violence and their families; 24/7 call or text hotline - 866-685-1122 or visit https://www.safe-sound.org Soldier On- offers services to veterans that are at risk of homelessness and their families. Call hotline at 866-406-8449. Woods at Warren- new affordable rental community in Warren. Call 908-360-8101 or email email@example.com