IDA CLEANUP: NYC opens service centers in each borough, AG James wants housing vouchers for basement tenants


The city opened service centers in each borough on Saturday morning for individuals seeking financial and other assistance in the cleanup and recovery efforts from Wednesday’s flash flooding related to Hurricane Ida’s rainy remnants.

Each center will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily to provide New Yorkers in need with assistance with in-person support and information. Workers from city agencies, nonprofit groups and community based organizations will be on hand to help you apply for public benefits, health insurance, housing, food assistance, mental health counseling and more.