Creating Community Outreach Program, Andrew Lesnak, one of the survivors of hurricane Sandy, worked to assist the victims of catastrophic events. He came forward to provide victims with affordable housing as well as training to enhance their earning capabilities. Andrew gets himself involved in helping them communicate effectively and make proper decisions to reach the path of homeownership.
Working as the victim’s advocate, his success has been widely recognized in the state of New Jersey. Thereafter, he came up with the company named The Spero Advocacy Group with motto While I Breathe, I Hope.
Since he is intimately aware of the pains and struggles of victims like himself, he is very “in tune “with how to help those with similar heartfelt conditions, from the Hurricane Sandy aftermath. The mental health effects of this disaster, which are addressed regularly at his sessions, include; Severe depression, distress, anxiety, hopelessness, along with many other psychiatric disorders.
Andrew Lesnak volunteers for many charitable organizations, mainly the ones that have been so instrumental in his life, on a regular basis. One group was The Red Cross that had been responsible for his shelter when his home was proven to be uninhabitable and labeled as a total loss.
After a prolonged treatment to come up to terms with the disaster of hurricane Sandy, Andrew came forward to volunteer as a counselor to address the mental and physical health issues of the people affected by Sandy. He came up with the personalized approach to recover from general distress, anxiety, and other psychiatric disorders.
About Andrew Lesnak
Andrew Lesnak took his act of volunteerism, to an even greater level, by joining forces with a successful organization called Hope Sheds Light. This organization assists those who seek help with their struggles to rebuild their lives after the storm. That support consists of providing the resources to the individuals, and their families, to address the trauma’s that as prevalent in these types of situations… Substance abuse, depression, anxiety and hopelessness.