Inside Coney Island's Dark And Cold Public Housing, Where Rent's Still Due At Month's End

<p>Medical volunteers from Occupy Sandy deliver prescriptions to a resident in a housing project in Coney Island.<br/></p>

<p>Katina Jones, 39, prays during a service at the Coney Island Gospel Assembly Church. The church, which has been serving as the primary disaster relief center in Coney Island, held its first service since Hurricane Sandy struck the region two weeks earlier.<br/></p>

<p>Justine Cassidy, Stu Weinberg and Cari O’Leary, nurses and volunteers with Occupy Sandy, bring medical assistance to residents in a housing project without electricity, heat or clean water in Coney Island.<br/></p>

<p>A woman lights a cigarette in the pitch black hallway of a housing project in Coney Island.<br/></p>

<p>Maria Osario, 74, has her blood pressure checked by Stu Weinberg, a volunteer nurse with Occupy Sandy in Coney Island.<br/></p>

<p>Mariah Jackson and her two month-old baby in the pitch black hallway of a housing project in Coney Island. Jackson and her family have been living without electricity, heat or hot water for the past 9 days. <br/></p>

<p>Bianca Hulla sorts donated foods at a storm relief distribution center.<br/></p>

<p>National Guard troops stationed outside a storm relief distribution center in Coney Island. <br/></p>