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Resources for 9/11-Impacted Persons

9/11 Workers' Compensation Registration Deadline September 11, 2010

NYDIS urges 9/11 chaplains, recovery workers and volunteers to register now to protect their right to workers' compensation benefits. NYDIS and NY Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) in collaboration with other agencies is mounting a media campaign to inform workers throughout the country about the necessity of registering now.

Download the brochure (pdf): English | Español

Call for registration guidelines: 866.WTC.2556
The New York City Health Department has created a web site that provides the latest information about scientific research and services for people who may have health problems related to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.  

You can visit this web site at

In addition, Ian Hartman-O’Connell is the World Trade Center Health Communicator for New York City.  He can be reached at 212-788-9753.
For medical and/or mental health treatment associated with 9/11 related conditions please contact one of the following providers:  

If you were or are working for the Fire Department of New York (FDNY), you should call the FDNY Bureau of Health Services (718-999-1858) or visit the following website:

If you were not or are not working for the FDNY and live in the New York City (NYC) vicinity, you should call 888-702-0630 or click on

If you were not or are not working for the FDNY and live outside the NYC vicinity, you should call Logistics Health Incorporated (LHI) at 877-498-2911.

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