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  • Pathways to Resilience
    VOICES 21st Annual Remembrance Symposium
    September 9 and 10, 2022
  • The Last Photograph
    Antonio Pratt’s image marks the
    completion of the In Memoriam Exhibit
  • Building a Resilient Community
    Upcoming Events, Support Groups, and Workshops
    On a Variety of Meaningful Topics
  • 9/11 Living Memorial Project
    Commemorating the 2,977 lives lost
    on September 11, 2001
  • Support Groups
    VOICES upcoming multi-faceted programs that
    provide support and promote healing

VOICES provides long-term support and resources that promote mental health care and wellness, for victims’ families, responders, survivors, and families of those who have died of 9/11 related illnesses; and assists communities in preparing for and recovering from tragedy.

21st Annual Remembrance Symposium

21st Annual Remembrance Symposium

Join us on September 9 and 10 at the New York Marriott Downtown. Register today!

Healing Communities

Healing Communities

Tip Sheets and resources to build a resilient community after tragedy.

9/11 Living Memorial Project

9/11 Living Memorial Project

Commemorating the lives lost from the September 11 attacks and its aftermath.

Discussion Groups, Support Groups, Webinars, Conf/Symp

VOICES is honored to have the support of dedicated professionals and volunteers who participate in our programs, education and training, and events. Their guidance has allowed us to expand our mission to serve other communities impacted by tragedy.

VOICES is committed to providing long-term support and access to resources, mental health care, and programs that promote resilience.

VOICES Webinars & Workshops provide support, healing and guidance from subject matter experts and an open discussion to ask questions.

VOICES Conferences and Symposiums brings together professionals, agencies, law enforcement, and providers.

VOICES By the Numbers

VOICES By the Numbers

From 9/11 to today, VOICES had been assisting communities preparing for and recovering from tragedy, while providing long-term support and resources to promote mental health care and wellness. We’re proud to have helped so many victims’ families, responders and survivors. See our complete infographic.

190000+
Hours of social work services
20 Years
of expertise
1800+
Responders & Survivors Aided
230+
Student Interns

Newsworthy

The fate of ‘New York’s Bravest’ lost on 9/11 and its sobering lessons

Joe Calderone, former Daily News investigative reporter and Newsday alum, has written a novel about one aspect of the 9/11 attacks and subsequent days. “Don’t Look Back” is a novel, barely, that reminds us of the enduring pain and anguish of victims’ families. More.

Riley County Seniors giving their time to remember 9/11 victims

Riley County Council on Aging Executive Board Chair Kevin Larson says residents at Riley County Senior Center are busy volunteering. The seniors prepared 150 flags the first day. They have a lot of work to prepare for the September 11th remembrance. More.

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