HHS Revamps Web Site to Highlight Available Services in Response to Terrorist Attacks
In response to last week's terrorist attacks, HHS has reorganized its Web site to make information about resources and assistance "easier to find" for those affected by the tragedy. The site now contains six categories relating to the attacks, including:
How to Help: Provides information on how to volunteer, aid investigators and donate blood.
How to Get Help: Lists phone contacts for mental health resources and Medicare assistance, a family assistance hotline and a FEMA contact number for victim assistance.
Fact Sheets on Public Health: Provides information on asbestos, dust and debris and talking "tips" for parents, teachers and children about disasters.
News and Speeches: Posts daily updates of all HHS actions in response to the attacks.
Photos: Posts pictures from Secretary Tommy Thompson's visit to New York City.
- Audio: Includes audio clips of Thompson speaking about "important issues facing the country."
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