9/11 Memorial Dedication Period

The National September 11 Memorial Museum will open to the public on May 21, 2014. Family members of those lost, survivors and first responders may reserve tickets to preview the Museum and enter the lottery for the ceremony during the Dedication Period from May 15 through May 20.

September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Information Forum

Mount Sinai WTC Health Program hosted an information forum and Q & A session on the topic of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

Watch video
View slide presentation (English) [PDF]
Spanish [PDF]
Polish [PDF]

The World Trade Center Health Program, Clinical Center of Excellence at Mount Sinai

The World Trade Center Health Program offers annual monitoring, and treatment, including medication, at no cost, to eligible WTC workers and volunteers, for both physical and mental health conditions related to their WTC service.

The Mount Sinai doctors and other healthcare providers have been taking care of thousands of WTC responders since shortly after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

We continue to see newly enrolled patients on a regular basis. Monitoring and treatment are available at clinical centers in Manhattan, Staten Island, and Yonkers.

Services are available in English, Spanish, and Polish.

For more information regarding eligibility, or to enroll for the very first time, call the WTC-HP hotline at 1-888-982-4748. If you are already enrolled and have an inquiry, or wish to make your next appointment, please call 1-888-702-0630.

Contact Us

Center Locations

Manhattan Clinical Center 
1468 Madison Ave, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10029
Tel: 888-702-0630

Staten Island Clinical Center 
690 Castleton Ave, 2nd Floor
Staten Island, NY 10310
Tel: 888-702-0630

Hudson Valley Clinical Center
1020 Warburton Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10701
Tel: 888-702-0630

New Findings Link WTC Dust and Cancer

Published study finds WTC responders more likely to develop cancer.  Learn more

Toxic Dust Legacy Plagues 9/11 Survivors

Michael Crane, MD, discusses conditions related to WTC disaster. Learn more