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Allies:

Jobs with Justice – A coalition of labor, student, clergy, and community organizations campaigning for worker’s rights.

National Employment Law Project - advocating on behalf of the working poor, the unemployed, and other groups that face significant barriers to employment and government systems of support.

 

Food Pantry Referrals:

City Harvest Hunger Hotline: 866-888-8777 or 917-351-8777 (M-F 7:30 am – 5:30 pm)  www.foodbanknyc.org/

 

Getting Public Benefits for the first time:

Community Food Resource Center: 212-894-8060
Information and pre-screening for people who want to apply for food stamps.

Public Benefits Resource Center: 212-614-5552
Offers eligibility information about food stamps, Medicaid, medicare, Public Assistance, Social Security, SSI, transitional benefits, HEAP (emergency heat assistance), etc.

FEMA: Mortgage and Rental Assistance: 1-800-462-9029 or www.fema.gov
Federal Emergency Management Agency, for people who lost their jobs as a direct result of September 11th.

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