The University Record, September 17, 2001

Information resources

  • U-M Health System—how to help your child after a disaster:
  • U-M Health System responses to the tragedy:

  • Database on the status of individuals in New York City and Washington, D.C.:

  • U-M International Center—Information on health and safety abroad:

    General information on safety abroad

  • U.S. State Department:
  • U.S. State Department travel advisories:
  • Online US Embassies and Consulates abroad:
  • Information for relatives (from MSNBC):
  • Families and friends of American Airlines passengers seeking information may call (800) 245-0999.
  • United Airlines toll-free number for calls of families and friends: (800) 932-8555.
  • Morgan Stanley, the largest tenant in the World Trade Center, established an emergency contact phone number for employees and their families, (888) 883-4391.
  • Phone numbers for employees and families of other World Trade Center businesses: Emergency number for Carr Futures: (800) 755-7620 Emergency number for Cantor Fitzgerald: (866) 326-3188.
  • Several contacts—offering information and opportunities to assist (from CNN):
  • The U.S. Justice Department’s Office of Victims of Crime has a phone line to provide information to families about victims and about services for survivors and their rights: (800) 331-0075.
  • Trained medical personnel willing to go into Manhattan to assist victims and emergency workers may call (516) 656-9254 or (516) 656-9252.

    News organizations with continuing coverage:

  • New York Times:
  • New York Daily News:
  • Wall Street Journal:
  • Washington Post:
  • Pittsburgh Post Gazette:
  • Michigan Radio/NPR: