Corps teams with volunteer agencies to help bring normalcy to New Jersey

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FEMA, the state of New Jersey, volunteer agencies and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, working out of the State-FEMA Joint Field Office in Lincroft, NJ, begin a Shelter In Place Assistance Program Nov. 14 to help bring normalcy to New Jersey residents following Hurricane Sandy. The program will provide training, mentoring, and materials by Army engineers to Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) members, such as the Southern Baptist Convention, Mennonite and Methodist Men.