20-20 Pathways

20•20 Pathways is a psychotherapy practice that provides evaluation, consultation, education, treatment and support to individuals and families.

American Red Cross

Catholic Charities USA
Catholic Charities aim to reduce poverty, support families and empower communities.

Children of September 11th
To provide relevant resources, information, and advocacy for parents, caregivers, and other professionals supporting children affected by trauma. 

EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs
EMDR-Humanitarian Assistance Programs (HAP), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, can be described as the mental health equivalent of Doctors Without Borders: a global network of clinicians who travel anywhere there is a need to stop suffering and prevent the after-effects of trauma and violence.

EMDR Institute, Inc

EMDR International Association
EMDRIA is a professional association where practitioners and researchers seek the highest standards for the clinical use of EMDR. By promoting training, research and the sharing of the latest clinical information, EMDRIA is committed to assuring that therapists are knowledgeable and skilled in the methodology of EMDR.

Families of September 11
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.

Foundation for Human Enrichment
The Foundation for Human Enrichment is a non-profit, educational and research organization dedicated to the worldwide healing and prevention of trauma. We provide professional training in Somatic Experiencing® and outreach to under served populations and victims of violence, war and natural disasters.

Health and Welfare Council of Long Island
The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island is a private, not for profit, health and human services planning, research/public education and advocacy organization that serves as the umbrella for public and voluntary agencies serving Long Island's poor and vulnerable individuals and families.

Long Island Council of Churches
"The Long Island Council of Churches unites diverse Christians to work together to improve the well being of Long Islanders and to promote interfaith understanding and cooperation."

New York City ’s 9/11 Health website

New York City has launched a comprehensive new website that offers the latest information about 9/11 health and services. The “one-stop shopping” website makes it much easier for New Yorkers who were exposed to the collapse of the World Trade Center find the free medical treatment and resources they need to get better. Health Commissioner Thomas Frieden, MD, MPH speaks about what we know about 9/11 physical and mental health problems. The website also includes easily accessible health research findings about the different groups of people who were affected by the disaster: rescue and recovery workers, residents, children, city employees and others.

Samaritans of New York Suicide Prevention Services
To provide emotional support to 9/11-impacted populations by conducting city-wide outreach to raise awareness of the confidential, 24-hour emotional support service available through the organization's crisis hotline and to provide education and crisis communications training to approximately 600 caregivers and mental health professionals who work with these populations. Who Is Eligible: Rescue and recovery workers; injured survivors and their families; affected residents in lower Manhattan. Area(s) Served: New York City. Language(s) Spoken: English only. Contact: 1-212-673-3000 (24-hour Suicide Prevention Hotline)

September 11th Scholarship Alliance
The September 11 Scholarship Alliance is coordinating scholarship funds created to assist families of people killed or permanently disabled in the terrorist attacks on America on September 11, 2001, including airplane crews and passengers, World Trade Center and Pentagon workers and visitors, and relief workers - including firefighters, law enforcement and port authority officers, and emergency medical personnel.

Tuesday's Children
Dedicated to the needs of every child who lost a parent on 9/11.

Where to Turn

World Trade Center Survivors’ Network
Support for living victims of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Freely share your stories and feelings in a safe, confidential forum. We were there too. We understand.