Links to other 9-11 Sites
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9/11 Free Legal Support
A nonprofit corporation set up by volunteer trial lawyers across the nation to provide free legal service to the families of Sept. 11th that choose to file claims under the September 11th Victims Compensation fund.
9/11 Mental Health
Individuals and families who were directly impacted by the attacks can receive financial assistance with mental health treatment costs. Covered services include individual, couples, family, and group therapy; substance abuse treatment; medication; psychological evaluations; and inpatient mental health or substance abuse services. Contact 1-800-LIFENET (1-800-543-3638) or log on to www.9-11MentalHealth.org for more info
9/11 Widows' and Victims' Families' Association
Founded by the widow of a New York City firefighter, this organization's chief goal is the dignified recovery of the victims' remains from Ground Zero.
Coalition of 9/11 Families
comprised of 9/11 family organizations and represents thousands of family members, survivors and rescue workers
Department of Defense Casualty List for Sept 11
DisasterHelp.gov - Established by the President’s Management Council, this site offers a compendium of disaster-related resources. Section titles include: Terrorism Government Resources, Acts of Terror Links, Animal and Plant Safety, and America Responds to Terrorism. Though primarily directed towards government leadership and first responders, individual citizens will find many valuable resources
Families of September 11th
To promote the interests of families of victims of the September 11 attacks and support public policies that improve the prevention of and response to terrorism.
Federal Emergency Management Agency
FEMA is tasked with responding to, planning for, recovering from, and mitigating against disasters. Besides providing information on active disasters and emergencies, this Web site offers a virtual library of preparation and prevention resources. View PDFs or order printed copies of documents detailing everything from "Emergency Preparedness Checklist" to "Disaster Plan for Families."
Give Your Voice for WTC Victims' Families
Founded by the widow of a civilian killed at the World Trade Center, this group seeks to give families a voice in the recovery of remains and memorials to the victims
Heroes No Greater Love
Site founded by Barbara Lang-Lyras Auffret, an author of an upcoming book to be titled "Heroes of the World Trade Center, No Greater Love". The book contains stories of the brave and courageous acts of both men and women, both civilians and those working for the City's Agencies: Fire, Police, Transit, Sanitation, the State Office of Court Administration, etc who both survived the collapse and gave the ultimate sacrifice on 911. The site also contains other neat features such as list of memorials, museums, tributes, etc.
Hold the Door
Our family lost Ronald C. Fazio, Sr. on September 11th, 2001, but we gained an inspiration to help others help themselves. After tracing our loved one’s actions on that September morning, those closest to him learned that he, much like thousands of other civilians, saved many lives while losing his own. He was seen by a number of his colleagues and strangers literally, Holding the Door for Others. However, Ron was a hero before he went to work that day.
an advocacy organization founded by family members of September 11th victims who have united to turn their grief into action for peace. The organization’s mission is to seek effective, nonviolent solutions to terrorism, and to acknowledge the common experience shared by all people similarly affd vad by violence throughout the world
Created by the American Red Cross and other community-based organization, this Web site is designed to help you and your family prepare for natural and human-caused disasters. One of the organization's key goals is to serve the vulnerable population: seniors, children, people with disabilities and animal and pet owners. Preparedness materials are available in English and multiple foreign languages.
The September 11 Digital Archive
Collects, Presreves and Presents the history of 9/11. Introduce your stories, pictures, audios, documents, etc.
Founded by a woman who lost her husband at the WTC, September's Mission aims to support the development of a memorial park on the former site of the World Trade Center and at the Pentagon that will serve adults and children
520 8th Ave at 36th St, 11th Flr, NY NY, 10018
Skyscraper Safety Campaign
The mission of The Skyscraper Safety Campaign, A Project of Parents & Families of Firefighters and WTC Victims, is to ensure the safety and security of all persons who live, work or fight fires in hi-rise buildings. We are concerned with evacuation procedures, fire fighting techniques and national building code reform. We call for Quality, Safety, Security and code compliance to be the Hallmark for all future buildings
The Survivors’ Fund of The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region was established to support the long-term educational, health, rehabilitation, counseling, and other needs of the individuals and families affected by the September 11 terrorist attack at the Pentagon. The goal of the Fund is to help survivors and families receive the assistance and services they need to rebuild their lives.
The Survivors’ Network seeks to provide a forum for personal contact between survivors as a means to empower them to both deal with the circumstances of the aftermath of the attacks and to find renewed purpose in that aftermath. The Network can also function as a place for people to go and get survivors’ perspectives and as a conduit for the common thoughts of survivors.
Tuesday’s Children is a nonprofit family service organization founded by family and friends of 9/11 victims. It currently offers a mentoring program, a family support network, and a special event resource. In addition, it provides workshops to help steer families toward the future. Please visit the website or call (516) 562-9000 for more information
Virginia Resilience Project Post 9/11
What is resilience and why it matters.
Sponsored by the National Center for Victims of Crime in partnership with FOS11, Northern Virginia Family Service, and the Pentagon Memorial Fund, this strength-based public health initiative aims to promote the resilience of 9/11 victims, their families, and first responders by helping them cope with the ongoing trauma of the 2001 terrorist attack.
Voices of September 11th
Founded by a widow who lost her husband at the WTC and a mother who lost her son at the WTC, this nonprofit organization provides information on family programs, resources, services and related events through email distribution, Web site and newsletters.
WTC Family Center
A program that supports families who lost a loved on 9/11
World Trade Center United Family Group
The WTCUFG comprised of September 11th families, survivors and rescue workers from all over the United States and the world. Collectively, we strive to provide emotional support to each other, protect the legacy and memory of the victims of the September 11th attacks, ensure an authentic perpetuation of the historic events and promote civic participation within our community and the general public.