In an emergency, your neighbor may need a hand. How about yours?

Vermont thrives on volunteer efforts—and never is that truer than during emergencies. From trained medical professionals who respond daily to citizen volunteers who step up during natural disasters, Vermonters like you make all the difference in our communities’ health, safety, and preparedness.

 

Vermont’s 3,000 certified EMS providers—most of them volunteers—provide critical pre-hospital care to people throughout our state. You can too. Connect with your local squad or sign up for training today.
You can help even if you’re not a trained medical professional. Vermonters from all walks of life can join Medical Reserve Corps (MRCs) to lend a hand when a disaster or emergency strikes in your community. Join—or form—a local MRC today.

Events Calendar

Mar 23 2020 – Jul 4 2021 all-day Statewide
Vermont health care providers are working overtime to assure everyone receives the best care during this COVID-19 pandemic.  Vermont’s Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) units are community-based groups of volunteers who supplement public health resources with their[...]
May 3 all-day Northeast Emergency Training Solutions
Essex/NETS EMT Class Information: This EMT class will meet via zoom and the student’s agency from 5/3/21 – 8/8/21. You must contact the course coordinator Chris McCarthy at chris@netsvt.com to register. This course will prepare you[...]
Jun 6 all-day Statewide
Hybrid EMT Class Information: The Hybrid EMT course is a 3-part course consisting of: 14 weeks of online learning meeting once a week for a 2-hour online, interactive, instructor-led session, this is followed by a[...]
Aug 1 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm First Branch Ambulance
This exam is being held at the First Branch Ambulance / Chelsea Fire Station at 324 VT Route 110 in Chelsea on 8/1/21.   All students, please contact Catherine Smith for further information, cost and payment link. This[...]