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    Centers and/or telephone information services operated by local authorities and/or community-based organizations which provide opportunities for people who have sustained damage in a major disaster or large-scale emergency to obtain information about the services they need to stabilize their current situation and begin to recover.

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    Community-Based ServicesOffers and trains a primary point of contact especially in the low-income areas for terrorism, crime, disasters and emergencies for citizens in their community, to be ready for any type of disaster, to become involved and be with the knowledge and resources necessary to be prepared for disasters, whether they are natural or man-made.AlbanyCOMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM (CERT)NEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
    Food/Clothing/Furniture DistributionThe Salvation Army Troy will help with furniture and clothing after loss of belongings due to fire and other natural disasters.RensselaerEMERGENCY SERVICES - DISASTER ASSISTANCESALVATION ARMY - TROY

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