Survivors of Superstorm Sandy are reminiscing. Monday marks the one year anniversary of the storm.
Tamar Renaud, Director of New York City’s Project Hope, told WCBS 880′s Jim Smith that some survivors may experience a range of emotions.
“Anger, frustration, irritation, and sadness,” Renaud said, “Housing is obviously the one that’s coming up most often and the stress is around either not having housing or not having adequate housing.
Project hope has been a shoulder to lean on for nearly 200,000 New Yorkers who have struggled to cope in the aftermath of the storm.
Renaud stressed focusing on the positive and staying active in the community. She also said that victims who felt the need to talk to someone could call 1-800-LIFENET.
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