(Camden, NJ) – The Camden County Office of Emergency Management is partnering with the Gloucester County OEM to provide recovery resources for residents of both counties affected by last week’s rain-induced flooding. The Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) will be open Sunday, June 30, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at Gloucester City High School.
“Flood waters and the damage they leave behind can cause serious illness if personal property is not properly cleaned or disposed of after contamination,” said Freeholder Jonathan Young, liaison to the Department of Public Safety. “Anyone who sustained damage in their home from flooding should visit the MARC and obtain the proper materials to ensure their home is safe for habitation.”
The MARC is located at the Gloucester City High School at 1300 Market Street in Gloucester City at the corner of Market Street and Route 130. Residents must bring proof of address in order to receive materials. For additional information about available services and resources, please visit NJ211.org or call 2-1-1.
Partner resources available at the MARC will include service organizations such as the American Red Cross, Team Rubicon, Catholic Charities USA, and others. Also present will be Camden and Gloucester County agencies, including the Office of Emergency Management.