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November 3, 2001
New York, NY -- State/federal grants and loans totaling $101 million have been approved for people who sustained damages to their homes and personal property from the Sept. 11 attacks. In addition,...
November 2, 2001
Washington, DC - Yesterday, HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson announced the emergency awarding of $10 million to 33 New York City and northern New Jersey health centers to support services provided in...
October 30, 2001
New York, NY -- Free legal assistance is only a phone call away to help victims and their families deal with problems and questions that have arisen as a result of the WTC attack. Volunteer attorneys...
October 29, 2001
New York, NY -- A Rutgers University website: http://www.njserves.rutgers.edu enables citizens, foundations, corporations, government officials and others to link to recovery groups that are...
October 29, 2001
New York, NY -- Help may be available for New Jersey homeowners and renters facing mortgage foreclosure or eviction because of economic hardship directly related to the World Trade Center (WTC)...
October 29, 2001
New York, NY -- The deadline for New Jerseyans affected by the Sept. 11th World Trade Center attack for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) has been extended until November 16, disaster recovery...
October 29, 2001
New York, NY -- The State of New Jersey's Office of Emergency Management (NJ-OEM) has a hotline to help private not-for-profit organizations recoup eligible expenses resulting from the World Trade...
October 26, 2001
New York, NY -- Background: On Sept. 11, terrorists crashed two commandeered jetliners into the twin towers of the World Trade Center on the southern tip of Manhattan, taking the lives of...
October 25, 2001
New York, NY -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and New York State officials want to remind residents and businesses affected by the World Trade Center attack that the fastest, most...
October 24, 2001
New York, NY -- Help may be available for homeowners and renters facing mortgage foreclosure or eviction because of economic hardship directly related to the WTC attack, the Federal Emergency...
October 23, 2001
New York, NY -- The director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced today that the agency is releasing an additional $145.5 million to help the city of New York meet needs...
October 22, 2001
New York, NY -- Background:  On Sept. 11, terrorists crashed two commandeered jetliners into the twin towers of the World Trade Center on the southern tip of Manhattan, taking the lives...
October 20, 2001
New York, NY -- Federal, state and city officials today thanked Americans across the nation for their generosity, but asked that no more donated goods be sent to New York City. "Since September 11,...
October 17, 2001
New York, NY -- The New York State Emergency Management Office (SEMO) will open a hotline to help private not-for-profit organizations recoup expenses resulting from the WTC attack at noon tomorrow,...
October 17, 2001
New York, NY -- Residents affected by the Sept. 11 WTC attack who receive a check for rental assistance may use the funds for cleaning if it will solve their housing needs. "People may use their...
October 16, 2001
New York, NY -- Residents and business owners in the 10 counties added to the Sept. 11 presidential disaster declaration should apply for federal and state disaster assistance if they were affected...
October 16, 2001
New York, NY -- The deadline for those affected by the Sept. 11 WTC attack to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) has been extended until November 16, disaster recovery officials...
October 15, 2001
The horrific attacks on Sept. 11 claimed thousands of lives and caused massive devastation. My heart goes out to all who were affected. Be assured the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA),...
October 13, 2001
New York, NY -- Everyone who was directly affected by the WTC attack is encouraged to seek disaster assistance regardless of their citizenship, recovery officials said. "We want people to call the...
October 13, 2001
New York, NY -- The Disaster Assistance Service Center (DASC) on 141 Worth St. in Manhattan will be changing hours of operation starting Monday, October 15. New Hours Monday through Friday, 9 a.m....

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