Twin Parks Fire Relief Response


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Welcome to the Resource Navigator Disaster Relief website for those who have been affected by the five-alarm fire that took place in the Twin Parks North West Apartment Building at 333 East 181st Street, In The Bronx, New York City on the morning of January 9, 2022.

This response was activated on January 10, 2022, and will remain open until the response has ended. Listings are updated as information becomes available. Please see below for details on how to contact helpNYC.

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If you would like to have any resources listed to help the victims of the Twin Park Fire. Please email for more information.

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Our Disaster Relief, Listing, and Community Partners are made up of federal, state, and local government agencies, nonprofits, faith communities, mutual aid groups, and a select group of businesses.

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