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  By the NYC Health Commissioner
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9/11 Health - Links - Social Services


Catholic Charities Community Services of the Archdiocese of New York
What Is Provided:Health care, support, and emergency shelter
For Whom: Residents of the Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island, Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, Sullivan, and Ulster counties
Contact: Call (888) 744-7900 or visit


The Chinatown Resources Center at Hamilton-Madison House
What Is Provided:Outreach/public education services, advocacy services, mental health screening, and wellness activities
For Whom: Adults affected by 9/11
Contact: Call (212) 349-3724 or visit 
Other Languages: Chinese


The Chinese-American Planning Council
What Is Provided:Community services, child care, youth services, workforce development training, senior services, home attendant services, and housing
For Whom: Chinese and Chinese-Americans in New York City
Contact: Call (212) 941-0920 or visit
Other Languages: Chinese


F·E·G·S Health and Human Services System, Behavioral Health Division
What Is Provided:Employment & training, career development, behavioral health, developmental disabilities, residential, rehabilitation, family services, and homecare services
For Whom: People in need of social services
Contact: Call (212) 366-8038 or email


Islamic Circle of North America Relief USA 
What Is Provided:Case management, including health care, counseling, financial and legal information and referrals
For Whom: Sick and injured 9/11 rescue and recovery workers
Contact: Call Rasheeda Abdul Hakeem at (718) 658-7028 x112 or email


Latin American Workers Project
What Is Provided:Assistance with access to health and mental health care, emergency financial assistance, and translation services
For Whom: Immigrants
Contact: Call (718) 628-6222 or visit
Other Languages: Spanish


New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH)
What Is Provided:Non-profit coalition of 200 local unions, and 400 individual workers, physicians, lawyers, and other health and safety activists dedicated to the right of every worker to a safe and healthful job
For Whom: Any worker in New York State
Contact: Call (212) 227-6440 or visit


Reconciliation and Culture Cooperative Network (RACCOON)
What Is Provided:Assistance with community health needs
For Whom: Immigrants from the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia)
Contact: Call (718) 784-9121 or visit
Other Languages:Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian

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