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March 24, 2006

9/11 Online Community Support Group:
9/11 Families: A House Divided, A House Created

After a tragedy such as 9/11, families go through all kinds of changes.  This can help to bring people together, or it can make it a real challenge to keep relations close.  We will discuss these issues during the next chat on Tuesday, March 28th from 8-9pm EST.   It is open to members who have found successful ways to keep family and friends together after 9/11, and to those who are trying to make it work.  This online chat session will provide 9/11 victims' families, survivors, first responders, and others affected by the attacks at the Pentagon, the World Trade Center, and Shanksville the opportunity to discuss issues and topics of importance in a safe, supportive environment. As a reminder, all participants must be FOS11 members (please see below on how to register as a member - membership is free). Dr. Donna Gaffney, a licensed mental health professional and noted trauma specialist, will facilitate the chat.


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After you login, you will be able to choose an anonymous chat name (which will identify you in the chat room) and a password. Then, you will receive an email with a link to the chat. On Wednesday, March 8th at 8pm, please click on the link that is emailed to you and enter your chosen chat name and password. As a reminder, all participants must be 18 years of age or older and members of Families of September 11 (FOS11). To register as a FOS11 member, please click on the link at the bottom of this email. If you have any problems or questions, contact chathelp@familiesofseptember11.org or 212-575-1878.


To learn more about the FOS11 Online Chat Program, visit our website at http://www.familiesofseptember11.org/chat.aspx