September 11 2001 Attack
Below is a summary page of the resources the Center gathered after the September 11 Attack, If you know of others please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mesothelioma & Asbestos Awareness Center
Mesothelioma is a rare cancer which is caused only by exposure to asbestos fibers. On and after September 11, thousands of people in the lower Manhattan area were directly exposed to the toxic cloud created by the collapse of the towers - which contained an estimated 400 tons of asbestos. Due to the long latency period, these individuals are just now starting to become ill with mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases.
Mesothelioma.comis one of the Internet’s greatest resources for those seeking information about this life-threatening disease. Our researchers spend countless hours preparing the most up-to-date information about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of mesothelioma and other asbestos related diseases.
The Mouse and The Rock
This is a marvelous children's book written by Linda Day and illustrated by Tawn R. Morrison. It is a book that can be read and enjoyed by children and adults together. It can help everyone deal with the difficult times we face since September 11....
Project Cope is a national clearinghouse for resources in the aftermath of disaster. Formed in response to the events of September 11th, our mission is to educate and support individuals who are vulnerable to traumatic stress. Project Cope has an emphasis on special populations, including children with disabilities, adults with disabilities, and individuals with prior trauma (e.g., children in foster care).
Project Cope is a program of the Westchester Institute for Human Development, A University Center for Excellence located at New York Medical College and Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York.
Project Cope is directed by Daniel Crimmins, Ph.D., and Anne Farrell, Ph.D.
People with Disabilties and Airline Security
Updated information related to people with disabilties and Airline Security
Resources on Emergency Evacuation and Disaster Preparedness
During the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, two men carried a woman who uses a wheelchair down 68 flights to safety moments before the tower collapsed....Resources to help people with disabilities survive emergency situations....
Hot Line Information on Attack and Victim Emergency Relief as Well as Efforts to Heal the Wounds
Wired Kids.Take a Stand Against Terrorism and help people everywhere to heal their wounds......
Parent’s Guide to Protecting Children’s Privacy - A Guide for Parents, Carers and Educators
Racist Attacks Against Arab Americans and Muslims in the U. S. Not to be Tolerated
The Center takes a stand against racist attacks on Arab Americans and Muslims in the U. S.....
An expression of sympathy....September 11 was the International Day of Peace....
Words for All of Us from Vinton Cerf
Now, more than ever, the Internet must be wielded along with other media to cast bright lights on all who would destroy freedom in the world.....
Official American Red Cross Statement
More ways to help Tuesday's victims....
Official Advisory from the CDC on Anthrax and other Biological Agents...
Information for the Center for Disease Control on Anthrax and other Biological hazards....