A home destroyed by Hurricane Sandy has been rebuilt above the floodplain, providing mitigation against future flooding and helping a resident recovery from Superstorm Sandy.
Ground was broken on the construction of two new homes by the SCLTRC on June 3, 2013 through partnerships with Mennonite Disaster Response, Episcopal Relief and Development, Lutheran Disaster Response, and the American Red Cross.
This map shows the extent of the homes affected by Hurricane Sandy, as determined by FEMA
This photograph shows the extent of the flooding on Crisfield’s Main Street during Hurricane Sandy.
On June 3, 2013, the Somerset County Long Term Recovery Committee, Inc. dedicated Kamp Kairos as its work camp. Through a generous donation of the lease of this building by the Stanley Cochrane Post of the American Legion, the SCLTRC is able to provide housing to volunteer construction teams that come to the community to […]
The Somerset County Long Term Recovery Committee, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the long term recovery of Somerset County, Maryland following the devastating damage caused by Hurricane Sandy in October, 2012. The Committee is composed of resident-leaders from Somerset County, representatives from non-profit and faith-based organizations, and municipal, County and State Agency representatives. […]
The Somerset County Long Term Recovery Committee, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation that has tax-exempt status pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations to the SCLTRC are tax deductible. The Long Term Recovery Committee expects to build 25-30 new houses and to repair or restore more than 100 homes. To do […]
If you were affected by Hurricane Sandy and have needs that remain unmet, the Somerset County Long Term Recovery Committee will attempt to assess your needs and locate a funding source to repair or rebuild your home. To apply for assistance contact the SCLTRC office at (410) 968-1002 or stop in our offices at 384 […]