Since the tragic events of September 11, 2001, Voices Center for Resilience has provided long-term support for thousands of victims’ families, survivors and responders – a commitment that continues today.
We are leveraging our two decades of expertise by sharing lessons learned to help prepare for and respond to acts of mass violence. Working in collaboration with our partners, we are building resilient communities for tomorrow.
Building Resilience Today
VOICES Programs offer a wide range of support services including individual consultation, referrals, clinical and peer-to-peer support groups. Monthly virtual workshops are facilitated by experts on topics including grief and loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, PTSD and building resilience. National Awareness Campaigns on mental health and wellness are promoted and psycho-educational materials are provided to build resilience.
VOICES Annual Remembrance Symposium is hosted on September 9 and 10 in NYC, providing critical information for the 9/11 community, and for those impacted by and responding to other tragedies. The two-day event features prominent dignitaries and leading experts in mental health, legal issues, law enforcement and national security. Presentations include psychological considerations, public policy reform, and lessons learned in responding to traumatic events.
VOICES 9/11 Living Memorial Digital Archive has expanded to honor the 5,400+ survivors and responders who have died of 9/11-related illnesses. The Living Memorial, launched in 2006, is an online collection of over 87,000 photographs and personal mementos commemorating the 2,977 lives lost on 9/11 and the 6 individuals and unborn child that died in the 1993 bombing on that tragic day.
The Wolfgruber Digital Resource Library is an ever-expanding collection of publications, videos, lessons learned, tip-sheets and research findings. The online database aggregates our vast and growing resources for those impacted by or responding to traumatic events. User can access Webinars & Workshops, Training Materials, Research Reports, and Tip Sheets. Also included are VOICES Historical Materials, Publications, Videos & Podcasts, and Artwork.
Broadening Impact for Tomorrow
VOICES collaborates with like-minded partners in law enforcement, government agencies, non-profits, and mental health providers to help communities prepare for and respond to acts of mass violence. Our Symposium was hosted in partnership with the Leadership in Counter- Terrorism and the International Network Supporting Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence, bringing together experts from around the world – sharing information and lessons learned.
Help Us Help Others
Your gift helps us advance our mission to create a world where families and communities impacted by tragedy receive immediate and long-term support and the necessary resources to ensure healing and resilience in their lives. To download a a printable version of this annual appeal, click here. If you prefer to contribute by mail, click here to download VOICES mail-in donation form.