LIST: Local Places Helping Residents Affected by Sandy

A list of local businesses and organizations helping residents recover.

Locals have not only reached out to help their neighbors in this time of crisis by providing food, comfort and care but businesses and organizations are offering help in anyway they can as well. Here's a list of local places offering their services to residents of Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station, Terryville and Mt. Sinai affected by the Superstorm Sandy.

Free Auto Appraisals

Where: C.A.R.S.Classic Auto Appraisals

When: Ongoing

C.A.R.S. Classic Auto Appraisals is offering free total loss and diminished value appraisals to vehicles of any year that were damaged or destroyed due to Hurricane Sandy.

Huricane Sandy Insurance Assistance

Where: Port Jefferson Village Hall

When: Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Department of Finance will have a representative at Village Hall in Port Jefferson to assist with any insurance questions you have in relation to Hurricane Sandy as a result of damage you have sustained to your home, property or automobile.

Comsewogue Closet Offering Warm Clothes

Where: Comsewogue High School

When: Ongoing

Through genrous community support in the wake of Hurricane Sandy Comsewogue School District has set up a closet full of gently used clothing for the local families. If you are in need or know of someone who is please contact Comsewogue High School (631) 474-8178 or stop by the main office.

Pet Supplies and Fostering Homeless Pets Due to Sandy

Where: Guardians of Rescue

When: Ongoing

Are you displaced because of Hurricane Sandy? Do you need help with your pet, have a lost pet or need pet supplies? To get assistance, visit the Guardians of Rescue website, call (888) 287-3864, or email. If you want to foster a pet that is displaced due to the storm, email them.

Do you have a business or organization in Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station, Terryville or Mt. Sinai offering FREE help to locals recovering from Hurricane Sandy? Email: lon.cohen@patch.com.


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