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Victim's Resources Links - Crisis Counseling & Interventions

New York State Office of Mental Health Crisis Intervention Services
(800) 543-3638
(877) 298-3373 (Spanish Only)
(877) 990-8585 (Asian Only)
Eligible Victims
General public in the State of New York and surrounding areas.
Assistance Offered
Crisis counseling, education and referral services.

County Specific Counseling Agencies
Nassau County - (516) 504-4357
Suffolk County - (631) 853-8560
Westchester County - (914) 686-6803
Rockland County - (845) 364-2200
Orange County - (888) 750-2266
Putnam County - (845) 278-2100
Dutchess County - (877) 485-9700
Delaware County - (607) 865-6522 (ask for Patricia Thompson)
Sullivan County - (845) 794-1240
Ulster County - (845) 338-2370
Eligible Victims
General public in the specified county.
Assistance Offered
24-hour counseling services.

University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey
(800) 969-5300
Eligible Victims
General public in the State of New Jersey.
Assistance Offered
Counseling services.

Parents of Murdered Children
NY Chapter: (513) 721-5683
24 hour information and referral: (888) 818-7662
Eligible Victims
Parents whose children were victims of the terrorist attacks.
Assistance Offered
Emotional support.

State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health & Addictive Services
(800) 446-7348
Eligible Victims
General public in the State of Connecticut.
Assistance Offered
Counseling referrals.

National Center for Victims of Crime
(800) FYI-CALL
Eligible Victims
All September 11th attack victims and their families.
Assistance Offered
Information, referral, and supportive counseling.

Safe Horizons
(800) 621-4673
(800) 810-7444 (TTY)
Eligible Victims
General public in NY and surrounding areas affected by WTC attack.
Assistance Offered
Crisis intervention, advocacy, information referrals and financial support.

National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
The NCPTSD has created a page of links to provide information to the public and mental health professionals dealing with disaster-related post traumatic stress.

Haven of Northern Virginia
(703) 941-7000
Eligible Victims
General public in VA, DC, and MD.
Assistance Offered
Free grief counseling, groups services and information referrals.

Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS)
Eligible Victims
September 11th attack victims and their families.
Assistance Offered
CMHS works in partnership with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in overseeing national efforts to provide emergency mental health services to survivors of Presidential declared disasters.

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