9/11 Rescue, Recovery and Clean-Up Workers and Volunteers

Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program

The WTC Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program is a consortium of providers, including: Bellevue Hospital, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Nassau County University Medical Center, Queens College Ground Zero Health Watch, SUNY-Stony Brook, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, and other providers nationwide. Call (888) 702-0630 or (212) 241-1554, or visit

If you live on Long Island, call: Long Island Occupational and Environmental Health Center 1-631-444-6436

If you live elsewhere in New York, call: World Trade Center Health Effects Treatment Program at Mount Sinai School of Medicine 1-888-702-0630 New York City only:

Bellevue Hospital World Trade Center Health Treatment Program 1-212-562-1720

If you live in New Jersey, call: World Trade Center Medical Monitoring Program in New Jersey 1-732-445-0123, ext. 600

If you live outside the greater New York area, call: Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics 1-888-347-2632

Financial Assistance

The Red Cross has provided grant support to three “roundtables” listed below that offer direct financial assistance to people with 9/11-related financial need. Assistance from a roundtable can help you meet basic needs by providing cash assistance in emergencies and helping you to develop a long-term recovery plan.

To apply for assistance from a 9/11 Unmet Needs Roundtable, you must be working with a case manager who can present an application on your behalf.

If you live in New York City, contact one of the following agencies and tell them that you are seeking assistance from the New York City 9/11 Unmet Needs Roundtable:

Committee for Hispanic Children and Families 212-206-1090 (Latino/Hispanic clients only)

Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush 718-627-5073

Filipino American Human Services Inc (FAHSI) 718-883-1295

Hamilton Madison House 212-571-2823 (Specializing in serving the Chinese community)

Islamic Circle of North America – Relief 718-523-5100 (Special needs cases)

St. Mark’s UNITAS Institute for Mental Health 212-982-3470 (Specializes in Polish and Latino clients)

Lutheran Social Services of New York Project LIFE (New Life Center) 212-265-2070/1826

World Trade Center Permanency Project 212-475-0222 (Specializes in cases of uniformed personnel, especially FDNY workers)

If you live on Long Island, contact:
Long Island Unmet Needs Roundtable Health and Welfare Council of Long Island 516-483-1110 ext. 423


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