Learn More About 9/11 World Trade Center Health Plan

The World Trade Center Health Program was created in 2010 when Congress passed the Zadroga Act named for Detective James Zadroga, who died of a respiratory disease after participating in rescue and recovery operations at Ground Zero. NYCOSH is working with unions and community-based organizations to make sure those eligible get these free health resources.

Those who qualify may receive screening, treatment and medication at no charge. This plan is open to any New Yorker regardless of their immigration status.Please visit, http://www.cdc.gov/wtc/apply.html to determine your eligibility. 

To apply, go to http://www.nycosh.org/wtc or call 855 4WTC-AID. Information is available in English, Spanish, Chinese and Polish at http://nycosh.org/wtc.

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