Over the past 10 years, many of you and your family members have connected with 9/11-related organizations/groups whose programs and services have been helpful or meaningful to you. The 9-11 Healing & Remembrance Program, administered by the Mental Health Association of New York City (MHA-NYC), and our partners are now looking to hear from you in order to make recommendations to support your needs in the future. Once again, we are asking for you to help us meet your needs.
We are inviting you to participate in an online Long-Term Support Needs Assessment Survey to help identify ongoing emotional and spiritual care support needed in the 9/11 community, especially around anniversary times.
This survey, which will take 10-15 minutes to complete, assesses how resources and activities have helped you/your family in the past, along with what you would like to see continued or developed in the future, to promote your emotional and spiritual healing.
To ensure the best possible results and the most compelling numbers, please compete the survey promptly (by Friday, February 10, 2012); and in the meantime, please forward it to as many members of the 9/11 community as possible. The results of this anonymous survey will help all of us plan and advocate for supportive and effective resources and activities.
Responses are being collected by the National Disaster Interfaiths Network based in NYC and the 9-11 Healing & Remembrance Program (MHA-NYC), through a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Victims of Crime.
Please click HERE to complete the survey. Thank you for your help.