Resources

Registry of New Yorkers in Haiti

The hotline will operate from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm weekdays and to 5:00 pm on weekends and holidays. The creation of the registry is the first step in what may be a lengthy process of locating New Yorkers. Information gathered by the online form or by the hotline operators will be used only to help locate and identify family and friends in Haiti. Call 1-888-769-7243 or go to haiti.nyalert.gov

Relief Organizations Working in Haiti **
Action Against Hunger
American Red Cross
AmeriCares
Beyond Borders

Care
Direct Relief International
Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) NY-2 (Metro New York)
Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT) NY-4 (Pomona, NY)
Doctors Without Borders
Haitian Health Foundation
Higher Education for Development Program

Hope for Haiti
International Medical Corps
International Relief Teams
Life & Hope Haiti
Meds and Food for Kids
Mercy Corps
Operation USA
Oxfam America
Partners in Health
Save the Children
Stop Hunger Now
UNICEF
World Concern
Yéle Haiti

** Special Note: This list of resources is not comprehensive and inclusion does not constitute an endorsement by Stony Brook University. Stony Brook University neither has nor assumes any responsibility or liability, either expressed or implied, for any such links or the accuracy or completeness of any information or service provided by any website or entity to which this website is linked. The use of the links provided by this website is on an "as is" basis and at the user's sole risk. Past tragedies and natural disasters have prompted individuals with criminal intent to solicit contributions purportedly for a charitable organization and/or a good cause. The Office of the New York State Attorney General provides important tips about earthquake relief.

News & Information
American Red Cross Disaster Online Newsroom
Employee Assistance Professionals Association
Call for Registered Nurses
CBS News
Center for International Disaster Information
Google News Sources
Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology
InterAction
Press Release from the Long Island Coalition for Haiti (Suffolk County)
The White House Blog: Help for Haiti