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  • Advocating for Aviation Safety Reform
    Join us in conversation with Karen Eckert and Susan Eckert Bourque, sisters of VOICES Co-Founder Beverly Eckert who died tragically, along with 49 others, when their plane crashed near Buffalo, New York on February 12, 2009.
  • Join Us for VOICES February Webinars!
    This month, we are rebroadcasting The Ripple Effect of Trauma with Dr. Gurwitch. Also, we're launching VOICES Presents: Accidental Advocates and we begin by highlighting the efforts of Beverly’s sisters, Karen Eckert and Susan Eckert Bourque.
  • VOICES February Newsletter
    VOICES is excited to announce the our new series, VOICES Presents Accidental Advocates. We begin the program by recognizing the advocacy efforts of Susan Eckert Bourque and Karen Eckert, along with the Families of Continental Flight 3407.
  • VOICES Building Bridges Luncheon
    Join us on April 10th for our Building Bridges Luncheon, honoring Bob Woodruff, Emmy Award-Winning Journalist and ABC News Anchor. VOICES Building Bridges Award honors individuals who are making a difference in the lives of others.


Mayor Adams won’t release 9/11 toxin reports until NYC’s liability risk determined

Mayor Adams won’t be releasing any data about the toxic chemicals floating around Ground Zero after 9/11 until an “extensive legal review” determines the city’s liability risk, the Daily News has learned. More.

The psychiatrist who helped the 9/11 first responders overcome their trauma

My patients often seek help during the darkest of times: job loss, medical illness, and the loss of a loved one are just some of the challenges that can feel tremendously daunting. But what happens when several of these tragedies happen all at once, in one day, in one moment unexpectedly and so tragically? More.