Red Cross North Jersey Open Shelter List

27 Red Cross shelters operating in New Jersey provided for more than 3,000 people Wednesday night.

Maria Saenz and 12-year-old daughter Eileen Rodriguez still find a reason to smile at the Manville, NJ shelter despite the fact the high winds from Hurricane Sandy ripped the roof off their Bound Brook home. Photo: Julie Daigle/American Red Cross

We will continue to remain open for as long as needed.

Please see this link for a complete list of our open shelters in the region:

http://www.redcross.org/find-help/shelter

You can also call 211 to learn about other shelters.

 

 

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