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Health One of the ads the DOH is running in bus shelters over the next two months.

One third of children and teenagers in areas affected by Superstorm Sandy that have accessed a free program offering mental health services have shown signs of post-traumatic stress and other mental health conditions, according to the Department of Health. The agency has launched a new ad campaign reminding neighbors of the free services available to…

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It looks like “organic” is the business trend of the season, as a second organic-minded store is popping up a few doors down from an organic kitchenette that we revealed last week. Signs went up over the weekend for Portokali, an organic gourmet market at 1509 Sheepshead Bay Road. The business will replace the short-lived 7-Eleven that never reopened…

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Brighton Beauty Supply closed down its 1724 Sheepshead Bay Road location this week, citing continued losses since Superstorm Sandy. The business shuttered the storefront on March 15 after approximately seven years in business, according to a manager with the company. “It’s not recovered, this area. It’s not making money,” said Victoria, a manager who gave…

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The City Council has passed two pieces of legislation this month to better prepare residents in coastal neighborhoods for major storms and to formalize the role that houses of worship and charitable organizations play in the aftermath of emergencies. The bills, proposed by Councilman Mark Treyger as part of his role as Chairman of the Council’s Committee on Recovery &…

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Superstorm Sandy victims still struggling to put their lives back together will be able to benefit from a Sandy Recovery Information Session tomorrow, February 14, from 1:00pm – 4:00pm at the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) Hall, 2750 Gerritsen Avenue. Hosted by State  Senator  Marty Golden, the  information session with allow individualized attention for residents still recovering to speak with…

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Neighbors in Mill Basin, Mill Island, Marine Park, Bergen Beach, and Georgetown can attend a public meeting on Wednesday, January 14, to learn about projects proposed for funding, and the contents of the final NY Rising Community Reconstruction (NYRCR) Plan for Southeast Brooklyn Waterfront, designed to help meet the Community’s recovery needs. The NYRCR program leverages local knowledge…

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