Addressing Emotional Consequences Of WTC Attacks -- HHS personnel have already begun to help coordinate crisis counseling programs for victims, their families, and the
thousands of professional and volunteer rescue workers.
Trauma Treatment Manual -- By Edward L. Schmookler, PhD.
Originally written for people working in the field with survivors of rape in
Bosnia. Can be used as a guide for helping anyone who has
survived any kind of trauma.
Helping Children After a Disaster. -- A catastrophe or violent act is frightening to children and adults alike. It is important to acknowledge the
frightening parts of the disaster when talking with a child about it. Falsely
minimizing the danger will not end a child's concerns.
Helping Children Understand Death -- A Parent's Guide from Hospice of North Florida.
Children and Grief -- When a family member dies, children react differently from adults.
Calls For Public To Donate Blood -- The American Association of Blood Banks is urging US citizens to respond to national
appeals for blood in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
American Tragedy -- From Helping.org.
Information on donations and how you can help
The Emergency Email Networks -- A free public emergency alert service, public private partnership.
National List of Crisis Counselors -- Offering free or reduced fee services to those affected by the September 11 attack on the US.