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Social Media

The WTC Health Program uses social media as part of our outreach effort to help people learn about Program benefits and eligibility. We also provide Program news and helpful health information related to covered conditions.

The WTC Health Program has official accounts on Facebook and Twitter:

Visit @WTCHealthProgram on Facebook

Follow @WTCHealthPrgm on Twitter

We encourage organizations, agencies, and individuals to help us spread the word about the WTC Health Program by sharing posts from the Program's official social accounts. Below are suggested tweets and Facebook posts, sorted by audience, that can also be shared to support the Program's outreach efforts.

Twitter Shareables

General Health
Asthma is a common condition among 9/11 survivors. See how one mom got help for her family. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OJlBcfBV3U
Did you know acid reflux is common among those exposed to 9/11 dust? See how one New Yorker got help. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=s79SA5NRQCo
People are sick with WTC-related health conditions even two decades after 9/11. Learn more about the #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBrkvotPgs4
Share this video to reach those affected by 9/11 health issues: care is available at no cost to them. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnwuT3aFvmw
Cancer is a concern among those exposed to dust after 9/11. Here's how one New Yorker got help. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WwD5ZnyDok
Lived in Lower Manhattan
Bob lives in Lower Manhattan and became sick soon after the 9/11 attacks- here's how he recovered. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=s79SA5NRQCo
Were you in lower Manhattan after 9/11? The #WTCHealthProgram may be able to help you. www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnwuT3aFvmw
Lillian found her family struggling with severe asthma following 9/11- here's how she helped them. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OJlBcfBV3U
Worked in Lower Manhattan
"If you're sick from 9/11 and its aftermath, the World Trade Center Health Program can help." - John F. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnwuT3aFvmw
Florence worked in the south tower. Here's how she regained her health after 9/11. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb1BCYh8u6s
Many 9/11 clean up workers are sick because they worked in toxic dust without #PPE. How one worker got help. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY4bQdH4aF0
Know someone who worked in an office, school, or shop in lower Manhattan on or after 9/11? Please share. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQLCj3H9prU
Do you know someone who worked construction, demo, or cleanup after 9/11? Help spread the word. www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBrkvotPgs4
Were you part of the rescue, recovery, or cleanup effort at the World Trade Center site on or after 9/11? You may be eligible for medical monitoring and treatment through the #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBrkvotPgs4
For Responders
9/11 first responders still suffer health problems from their service. Here's how one firefighter got help. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWUspLMNy4A
John nearly lost his life working at Ground Zero. Here he shares how he regained his health and his hope. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rtz1vWaT-QM
Serve at the World Trade Center, Pentagon, or Shanksville after 9/11? Learn about WTC-related healthcare benefits. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBrkvotPgs4
"The World Trade Center Health Program saved my life." Stanley, FDNY who served on 9/11. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWUspLMNy4A
They needed a father and they needed a husband and I had to be there for them" Glenn, NYPD- here's his story. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WwD5ZnyDok
For Volunteers
Volunteers were critical to the response after 9/11. Here's how one man regained his health after his service. #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjHATAmYNOY
Did you volunteer as part of the rescue, recovery, or cleanup effort at the World Trade Center site on or after 9/11? You may be eligible for medical monitoring and treatment through the #WTCHealthProgram www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBrkvotPgs4

Facebook Shareables

Lived in Lower Manhattan
“Just to walk through the house, was to leave a trail of dust”. Bob speaks about how the dust in his Lower Manhattan home affected his health, and how the caring help he got made it better.
https://fb.watch/bYhDJmxG40/
Lilian’s family struggled with severe asthma after 9/11. Here’s the story of her search to find the right medical care for her children. https://fb.watch/bYhrRPa70Q/
Worked in Lower Manhattan
“When I left there, I had a plan in hand”. Florence made it out of the South Tower twelve minutes before it collapsed on 9/11. Like so many who worked in Lower Manhattan at the time, she became ill. Learn how the WTC Health Program helped her take charge of her health.
https://fb.watch/bYhqaehitg/
“There’s no other program like this, where workers, or responders, or anybody who lived in this area, where they can get help so specific to the problems of 9/11.” Lainie worked in an office building just blocks from the WTC site. Here is her story of hope and recovery.
https://fb.watch/bYhrvZ6G7F/
“We went in and we had something in mind, and that was to bring New York City back to life… we never thought about the contamination, we were so preoccupied by wanting to get the job done”. Now Alex and many like him are sick. Find out how Alex got the medical care he needed.
https://fb.watch/bYhovpKyuM/
For Responders
Morris’ first response to watching the towers fall on 9/11 was “How can I help?” Now, like so many who volunteered, he is sick. Watch this video about how he found the care he deserves.
https://fb.watch/bYhskLMLxz/
Glenn, a first responder, took care of everyone but himself in the aftermath of 9/11. Then he realized his family was suffering. “They needed a father and they needed a husband, and I had to be there for them.”
https://fb.watch/bYhqzb-Xix/
“Whoever wasn’t injured bad enough, worked around the clock”. In the days and weeks that followed the 9/11 attacks, Stanley was among the responders who worked tirelessly. That work came at the cost of his health. Learn how he found the resolve to seek care.
https://fb.watch/bYhsREpmF1/
John worked on the pile 5 days straight without a mask immediately following 9/11. Listen to John’s story about how the WTC Health Program helped him.
https://fb.watch/bYhr3TTvgw/
“I’m one of those guys that never believed in medication, but I believe in it and my family believes in it” Stanley worked around the clock after the fall of the towers. His dedication took a toll, and his family was suffering. Here is how he learned to get help.
https://fb.watch/bYhsREpmF1/
For Volunteers
Morris’ first response to watching the towers fall on 9/11 was “How can I help?” Now, like so many who volunteered, he is sick. Watch this video about how he found the care he deserves.
https://fb.watch/bYhskLMLxz/