Learn about health services and assistance for the Responders and Survivors of the World Trade Center 9/11 attack:
For 9/11 Responders: Mount Sinai’s World Trade Center Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program is now part of the federal health program created by the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act, signed into law by President Obama on January 2, 2012.
9/11 Responders can learn more about this health program by calling 1-888-982-4748 (1-888-WTC-HP4U), or by visiting the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website for the federal World Trade Center Health Program
For 9/11 Survivors and Residents: New York City’s World Trade Center Environmental Health Center provides health care with no out of pocket costs to residents, students, workers or passersby who were affected by, and may still be sick from, the impacts of the 9/11 World Trade Center Attack. It has clinics at the Bellevue Hospital Center, Gouverneur Healthcare Services in Lower Manhattan, and Elmhurst Hospital Center in Queens. It is now part of the federal World Trade Center Health Program.
For mental health and social services referrals for impacts related to the 9/11 attack, contact Faithful Response at 516-679-0080.
For information on advocacy, education, services and networking, contact the FealGood Foundation at 631-724-3320.
Please note this disclaimer: We are not responsible for the content or accuracy of the websites to which we have provided links. This information is provided for general awareness purposes only. Nothing on our website shall constitute legal or medical advice.
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