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RESOURCES TO GET INFORMATION, OFFER HELP

Sept. 13, 2001 – Here is an updated listing of telephone numbers and web sites for providing and obtaining information about individuals who may have been victims of the terrorist attacks on the mainland, as well as numbers and sites for offering assistance.
Justice Department Office of Victims and Crime clearinghouse number, to leave contact information for call-back about missing individuals: 1-800-331-0075. The web site for the same office is www.responsecare.com.
World Trade Center Survivors Check-in webside, to collect names and where a current list is posted and continually updated: www.ny.com/wtcform.html.
New York City number announced by Mayor Rudolph Giulani to call for information about victims there: 1-212-560-2730.
New York City Family and Friends contact numbers: 1-866-856-4167, 1-212-741-4626, 1-212-560-2730.
New York City survivors taken by ferry to New Jersey shelters web site: www.ahnj.com.
FBI/Internet Fraud Complaint Center electronic form to Report Terrorist Activity: the web site www.ifccfbi.gov.
World Trade Center concerns: Morgan Stanley emergency number
1-888-883-4391.
American Red Cross Donor Assistance Line, for information on donating funds, donating blood and volunteering: 1-800-HELP-NOW (1-800-435-7669). American Red Cross survivor search and donation information web site: www.redcross.org.
Another way to donate money, from $1 to $100, to the American Red Cross, is via a special page on the Amazon.com web site.
To make United Way September 11 Fund donations, call
1-212-251-4035.
For Salvation Army donations, call 1-800-SAL-ARMY
(1-800-725-2769).
To get information on how to assist victims, visit the web site for Helping.org.
For physicians to volunteer their services: 1-518-431-7600. For nurses to do so: 1-800-628-0193.
For Pentagon employees to check in and announce their well-being:
Army- 1-800-984-8523, 1-703-428-0002
Navy and Marine Corps – 1-877-663-6772
Air Force – 1-800-253-9276
For New York firefighters and other emergency workers information: 1-718-999-2541.
For New York police officers information: 1-718-677-8283.
Airlines:
American Airlines (Flight No. 11, Boston to Los Angeles, which crashed into the first World Trade Center Tower; Flight No. 77, Washington/Dulles to LosAngeles, which crashed into the Pentagon) — 1-800-245-0999.
United Airlines (Flight No. 93, Newark to San Francisco, which crashed in western Pennsylvania; Flight No. 175, Boston to Los Angeles, which crashed into the second World Trade Center tower) — 1-800-932-8555.

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Sept. 13, 2001 - Here is an updated listing of telephone numbers and web sites for providing and obtaining information about individuals who may have been victims of the terrorist attacks on the mainland, as well as numbers and sites for offering assistance.
Justice Department Office of Victims and Crime clearinghouse number, to leave contact information for call-back about missing individuals: 1-800-331-0075. The web site for the same office is www.responsecare.com.
World Trade Center Survivors Check-in webside, to collect names and where a current list is posted and continually updated: www.ny.com/wtcform.html.
New York City number announced by Mayor Rudolph Giulani to call for information about victims there: 1-212-560-2730.
New York City Family and Friends contact numbers: 1-866-856-4167, 1-212-741-4626, 1-212-560-2730.
New York City survivors taken by ferry to New Jersey shelters web site: www.ahnj.com.
FBI/Internet Fraud Complaint Center electronic form to Report Terrorist Activity: the web site www.ifccfbi.gov.
World Trade Center concerns: Morgan Stanley emergency number
1-888-883-4391.
American Red Cross Donor Assistance Line, for information on donating funds, donating blood and volunteering: 1-800-HELP-NOW (1-800-435-7669). American Red Cross survivor search and donation information web site: www.redcross.org.
Another way to donate money, from $1 to $100, to the American Red Cross, is via a special page on the Amazon.com web site.
To make United Way September 11 Fund donations, call
1-212-251-4035.
For Salvation Army donations, call 1-800-SAL-ARMY
(1-800-725-2769).
To get information on how to assist victims, visit the web site for Helping.org.
For physicians to volunteer their services: 1-518-431-7600. For nurses to do so: 1-800-628-0193.
For Pentagon employees to check in and announce their well-being:
Army- 1-800-984-8523, 1-703-428-0002
Navy and Marine Corps - 1-877-663-6772
Air Force - 1-800-253-9276
For New York firefighters and other emergency workers information: 1-718-999-2541.
For New York police officers information: 1-718-677-8283.
Airlines:
American Airlines (Flight No. 11, Boston to Los Angeles, which crashed into the first World Trade Center Tower; Flight No. 77, Washington/Dulles to LosAngeles, which crashed into the Pentagon) -- 1-800-245-0999.
United Airlines (Flight No. 93, Newark to San Francisco, which crashed in western Pennsylvania; Flight No. 175, Boston to Los Angeles, which crashed into the second World Trade Center tower) -- 1-800-932-8555.