Project Hope Helps Those Affected by Hurricane Sandy

One-Year Program Provides Counseling, Workshops, Referrals

February 25, 2013 - By Henry Street Settlement

Project Hope employees

In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Henry Street was chosen as a provider agency for Project Hope, a grant-funded program that provides crisis counseling, educational information and resource linkage to those affected by the superstorm.

Project Hope provides individual and group counseling, educational workshops, and presentations and referrals to services. The program serves individuals, families, schools, businesses, community groups and service organizations.

Some 25 new employees, hired for Project Hope, are in the community helping individuals impacted by the storm regain a sense of control, adjust to the disaster, manage stress and connect to community resources.

For more information, or to request a presentation for your school, community or house of worship, call 212.254.3100 x245 or write to ProjectHope@henrystreet.org.

Project HOPE is a program of the New York State Office of Mental Health and can be reached by calling 1.800.LIFENET 24/7.