9/11 Group Debuts Support Web Site

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Interactive marketing and technology agency Agency.com announced yesterday the launch of a Web site for the 9/11 United Services Group.


The group consists of 13 New York human services organizations, including the American Red Cross in Greater New York, The Salvation Army, New York Catholic Charities and UJA-Federation of New York. The group assists those affected by the World Trade Center attacks.


Located at 9-11usg.org, the site contains a network of USG member organizations offering services including employment assistance, legal advice and counseling and information on USG's financial advice referral program, designed to help the families of victims manage and invest money received from the federal government and other sources.


Other features of the site will include contact information for around-the-clock telephone support services, a list of upcoming events nationwide and 9/11-related reports and studies that have been published.


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