'Homeless In Seaside Park' Documented In Video

Toms River filmmaker Sandra Levine put Faith Liguori's moving letter to the editor in a video

Former Ocean County Director of Human Services Faith Liguori touched many recently with her letter to the editor "Homeless in Seaside Park."

Now Toms River videographer Sandra Levine - who is working on a documentary about Superstorm Sandy - has put Faith's words in film.

Donna Matusik January 30, 2013 at 06:15 PM
I totally agree with you Halpha2!!!!
Dennis January 30, 2013 at 07:02 PM
Thanks for cutting through the red tape. Great job, BHO!
Joan Loliva January 30, 2013 at 07:59 PM
This is so sad! Faith is a professional Crisis Counselor and she is smuggling to speaking through her tears; now just imagine what this is like for someone without her training. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in major proportion will affect so many of Sandy's victims. OMG life will never be the same for so many who just don't have the coping skills, and or know how on how to stay strong in the face of such confusion and devastation. You need to speak to a professional counselor if you are crying all the time. You are in my prays. I pray God give you all the strength and patience to get through this terrible ordeal! So sad, just so sad.
george ackerman January 30, 2013 at 08:34 PM
I agree with Halpha, however, the video needs to be sent to all the major media outlets and also to all the pertinent federal agencies. Channel 12 news and all the NYC stations, as well. We can all commiserate, however, until it is spread all over, no action will take place.
Marilynn Dietz January 30, 2013 at 09:09 PM
I sent this video to everyone on my email list because we all need to know the level of disfunction involved in disaster relief. My friend whose house flooded last year (Hurricane Irene) wrote this reply to me: I felt like I was reliving my experience. Unfortunately she is not done. Wait til she finds out she most likely will not be able to cash the final payment check from the insurance company, when she gets it, until she completes 98% of the work because the mortgage company won't sign it until the work is done! It's ridiculous and I feel her pain. I hope people see this to truly understand what people go through.


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