EVENTS, OUTREACH MATERIALS, AND 9/11 RESOURCES
Updated: October 29, 2018
The VCF attends community events throughout the year in support of increasing awareness and education of the Fund, how it works, and who can apply. This section is regularly updated as events are scheduled. At this time, the following event has been confirmed:
WTC Health Program Survivor Steering Committee Meeting - September 5, 2018
View questions and answers from the September 5th WTC Health Program Survivor Steering Committee meeting.
Manhattan Borough Town Hall - Monday, October 15, 2018 - 6:30pm-8pm
Manhattan Borough President Gail Brewer hosted a town hall meeting on Monday, October 15, featuring the VCF and the WTCHP’s Survivor Clinic as part of an outreach effort. Rep. Jerry Nadler introduced the meeting and made brief remarks about the need to renew the VCF and the bill he has recently introduced in the House. More than 100 people were in attendance and the event was livestreamed; the VCF portion of the event is viewable here: https://www.facebook.com/galeabrewer/videos/249301029264470/
If your organization would like to provide members with general information about the VCF, the documents below are useful resources, in addition to directing them to our website:
VCF Info Sheet - a general overview of the program, who can apply, and how to apply.
VCF Fact vs Myth - a great resource that dispels common myths about the VCF.
Claim Filing Deadlines - a detailed guide on the registration deadlines for various victim scenarios.
VCF Overview - a presentation for individuals who are filing a claim with the VCF, or for those who are interested in how the VCF operates.
If you would like a VCF Representative to attend one of your meetings, please contact our Helpline at 1-855-885-1555 so that your request can be forwarded to our Outreach team. For additional resources, please visit the Forms and Resources page, or the FAQ page on our website.
9/11 Resources *
The following organizations work closely with the VCF to support victims and claimants affected by the events of September 11th:
- New Survivor Clinic: William Street Clinic - opening at the end of August. See the WTC Health Program website for more detailed information.
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