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In light of the recent assassination attempt on former President Trump, we are reminded of the fragile state of our nation and the importance of informed discourse on issues related to national and international security.

As Independence Day approaches, we hope you are taking time to relax and enjoy the holiday! Registration is now open for VOICES 2024 NYC Symposium to be held on September 9 and 10 at the Marriott Downtown Hotel in New York City.

Registration is open for VOICES 2024 NYC Symposium to be held on Monday, September 9th and Tuesday, September 10th at the New York Marriott Downtown Hotel. The program will also be broadcast online.

Join us for an informative program about healing from stress and trauma. Responders and those exposed to traumatic events are often impacted by duty-induced stress.

May 30th marked the 22nd Anniversary of the end of the 9-month rescue and recovery effort at Ground Zero. On this milestone, we remember the thousands of 9/11 responders and survivors whose lives were forever changed by the tragedy.

Voices Center for Resilience is excited to announce that registration is open for our 2024 NYC Symposium to be held on Monday, September 9 and Tuesday, September 10. This marks the 22nd year VOICES has hosted the annual event.

Join us for an informative and topical webinar with Dr. Suzanne Phillips and Dr. Craig Haen of the American Group Psychotherapy Association. This program will offer strategies for adults and children to build resilience.

Join us for an enlightening conversation with three young gun reform activists - Xander Cohn, Sam Schwartz and Drew Spiegel. These college students have thrust themselves into advocacy work after personally experiencing a mass shooting.

This month we are continuing our Accidental Advocates Series: Young Champions for Gun Reform, highlighting the efforts of three students whose personal experiences thrust them into advocating for change.

This month marks the 5th anniversary of the murder of Jennifer Dulos, a young woman with 5 children who lived in New Canaan, CT. Jennifer’s tragic death shook our community to its core.