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In the aftermath of gun violence, County team brings behavioral health support directly into homes and schools

As a licensed clinical social worker for the last 20 years — including eight at a Portland high school — Caroline Bleckmann has seen firsthand, almost daily, the impacts of the youth mental health crises. More.

RJD staff climb stairs to honor 9/11 responders

Heat didn’t stop the staff of RJ Donovan Correctional Facility (RJD) from climbing stairs in remembrance of the 22nd anniversary of 9/11. More.

Biden vows world won’t repeat mistakes of Holocaust and 9/11 in historic Israel visit

President Joe Biden on Wednesday said he would ask Congress for “unprecedented” amounts of aid to both Israel and the Palestinian people amid escalating violence following terror attacks by Hamas and a deadly explosion at a Gaza hospital. More.

Annual stair climbing event in Queens honors those lost on 9/11

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation held its annual National 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb for Fallen Firefighters in Louis Armstrong Stadium in Flushing, Queens. More.

NYC man who jumped into 9/11 memorial has mental health issues, family say city refuses to treat him

The New York man who threw himself into the 9/11 fountain memorial in a suicide attempt on Monday has a long history of mental illness, his family told The Post. More.

9/11 victim compensation fund meeting set at Shanksville VFD

Anyone involved in the rescue, recovery and cleanup efforts of the crash of United Flight 93 in Somerset County is invited to a meeting next month to learn about the Victim Compensation Fund and World Trade Center Health Program. More.

DOJ extends support for health care resource center for mass violence victims

The Medical University of South Carolina’s National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center Oct. 11 received an $8.9 million grant from the Department of Justice’s Office for Victims of Crime to continue to develop evidence-based best practices, training and other resources. More.

Survivor Tree at World Trade Center to light up in blue to honor victims of war in Israel

The Survivor Tree at the World Trade Center will be lit in blue Wednesday night in memory of the victims of the war in Israel. The tree was also illuminated Tuesday night. More.