Healing Resources for Surviving Sandy : how to help & get help

Here in NYC & on the East Coast we are in recovery mode.  Its time for us to come together, re-root, heal & reclaim our safe secure ground.  Here are some resources for you.   Please remember that recovery starts with your self care.

Be Wild Woman: love your body, love your life.
Free Healing After the Storm Call, Saturday November 3rd 1:30-2:30
Free mini, Come Home To Your Body: Healing Meditations by  Healer, Kiana Love.
We are offering a limited number of individual one-on-on sessions available on a first come first serve basis & a few group sessions TBA.  Send your name, email & phone number to request yours and to receive updates on our upcoming group sessions.
contact Kakini@gmail.com

Occupy Sandy Relief
http://interoccupy.net/occupysandy/
Occupy Sandy is a coordinated relief effort to help distribute resources & volunteers to help neighborhoods and people affected by Hurricane Sandy.
to receive text messages about Sandy Relief efforts, text @occupysandy to 23559

White House Blog: great resources here for how to help & get help
How to Help  Survivors of Hurricane Sandy: White House Blog

NY Cares : Disaster relief throughout the five boroughs http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2012/10/31/how-help-survivors-hurricane-sandy

After Sandy Resources for recovery from NY Communities
http://www.nycommunities.org/node/1519

Hope for New York volunteer & donate opportunities
http://hfny.org/hurricane/

EMERGENCY SERVICES: Here’s a website for emergency info about Hurricane Sandy and a special hotline for New York residents: 1-888-769-7243 / 1-518-485-1159. For power outages and gas issues, call 1-800-75-CONED. Here’s the Red Cross website.

This post by Kevin Powell is super thorough for NYC
http://greasyguide.com/35167/new-york-post-hurricane-sandy-inforesources/

Small biz resources post storm
http://blog.yumspring.com/2012/11/01/resources-for-small-businesses-in-nyc-post-sandy/

Hope you find this helpful.  Keeping us all in my prayers for our healing, recovery & joy.

Kiana Love

founder of Be Wild Woman

 

 

 

 

 

 

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