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 – Jun 9 all-day Statewide
Vermont health care providers are working overtime to assure everyone receives the best care during this COVID-19 pandemic.  We need to build our workforce to support our health care workers so they can rest and[...]
Jun 10 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm St. Johnsbury of Local Health
Northeast Kingdom MRC will be providing Warm Weather Preparedness Train the Trainer Presentation covering sun, tick, and mosquito safety.  Please join us at the event!
Jun 29 all-day Bennington Rescue
Bennington EMT Class Information: This EMT class will meet at Bennington Rescue Squad from 6/29/20 to 8/14/20. You must contact the course coordinator Bill Camarda at bill.camarda@benningtonrescue.org to register. This course will prepare you for[...]