Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy

An Ongoing Disaster

On October 29, 2012 Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the East Coast. Communities along the shore were devastated and thousands were left homeless. More than a year later, thousands of New Jersey residents are still displaced from their homes and in need of crucial services to begin their rebuilding process. Mold remediation is one of the largest needs throughout the 17 Counties in New Jersey that were impacted. Without proper education, training and awareness for mold remediation, New Jersey residents will not have the means to recover from this disaster.

Mold Remediation 

Charlie's House 

Operation Headed Home 

Operation Headed Home offers residents who sustained substantial damage with 8 different modular home designs that will be customized to fit on residents existing property. Each model is priced as a “turnkey” ready. The standard amenities package is listed below and meets all RREM program requirements. Pricing reflects all soft costs, site work, site plan, survey, foundation design, demolition, all utility hook ups, and typical piling foundation as per township requirements. To request assistance from this program please Contact Us.

How You Can Help

Donate: Financial donations provide our volunteers with the necessary training, safety equipment, and cleaning supplies needed for proper mold remediation.

Volunteer: We are always looking for NJ residents to become HHDR Volunteers to assist with mold remediation, administrative needs, and community engagement.