VOICES has evolved to meet the ongoing needs of victims of mass violence and tragedy by providing support services, programs, education and training on their path to resilience.
Additionally, The Wolfgruber Institute brings together VOICES vast and growing collection of evidence-informed resources, knowledge to practice trainings, best practices, VOICES Resource Kits, Tip Sheets, publications, research, and resource directories.
VOICES offers a variety of support services to assist families and friends who lost a loved one on 9/11 or another traumatic event, as well as responders and survivors.
For more than a decade, VOICES has worked with organizations that provide assistance to victims of crime. Our professional staff works with individuals to help them find the specific services they need.
In addition to the Mental Health support services provided by our professional staff, information and other resources are available from a wide variety of providers.
After 9/11, scholarships were created to support the children of victims as well as the responders who participated in the rescue and recovery efforts.