Joined: Mar 17, 2005
Location: Staten Island
|Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:11 pm Post subject: Deadline for Long Term Needs Assessment Survey Approaching
From Feb 08, 2012 to Feb 12, 2012 (included)
|Dear 9/11 Community,
The 9-11 Healing and Remembrance Program would like to thank you for sharing your thoughts and comments with us in the Long Term Needs Assessment Survey. If you haven't had an opportunity to complete the survey we would like to encourage you to share your opinions. Your feedback is extremely important and will help identify ongoing emotional and spiritual care support needed in the 9/11 community, especially around anniversary times. This survey will assesses how resources and activities have helped you/your family in the past, along with what you would like to see continued or developed in the future, to promote your emotional and spiritual healing. The results of this anonymous survey will help all of us plan and advocate for supportive and effective resources and activities.
To ensure the best possible results and the most compelling numbers, please compete the survey promptly (by Friday, February 10, 2012); and in the meantime, please forward it to as many members of the 9/11 community as possible. The results of this anonymous survey will help all of us plan and advocate for supportive and effective resources and activities.
Responses are being collected by the National Disaster Interfaiths Network based in NYC and the 9-11 Healing & Remembrance Program (MHA-NYC), through a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime.
Healing and Remembrance Hotline:
If you're in need of emotional support, the Healing and Remembrance Hotline will be available through September 2012 to provide you with resources 24/7.
The toll free number is 1-866-212-0444
Lastly, we would also like to offer special thanks to the following organizations for their continued support of the 9-11 Healing and Remembrance Program and the 9-11 community:
Acupuncture Mobile Services ● Coalition of 9/11 Families ● CSC/WTC Health Program ● Families of Flight 93 ● Families of September 11th ● FDNY Counseling Services Unit ● Federal Emergency Management Agency ● Friends of Firefighters ● NYDIS-New York Disaster Interfaith Services ● Massachusetts 9/11 Fund ● Mental Health Association in NJ ● National Animal Assisted Crisis Response ● NYC Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster ● NYPD Counseling Services Unit ● POPPA-Police Organization Providing Peer Assistance ● Pentagon Memorial Fund ● Prepare NY ● Salvation Army Greater NY Division ● September 11th Families' Association/Tribute WTC Visitor Center ● September Space/World Cares Center ● Tuesday's Children ● United Way of Laurel Highlands ● United Way of NYC ● United Way of North Capitol ●Voices of September 11th ● Where to Turn ● WTC Health Registry ● WTC Health Program Clinical Center of Excellence at Mt. Sinai
9-11 Healing and Remembrance Program