volunteers

strafford citizen county corps

Volunteers are a vital component to emergency response. The Strafford County Citizen Corps is a trained group of citizens that support first responders and healthcare organizations during emergencies. Volunteers can also participate in community outreach events, emergency exercises and drills, and public health and emergency preparedness promotion activities.

Junior (for under age 18), Reserve, Active, Team Leader, and Advisory Council positions are offered to support all levels of interest. For more information, contact us at 603-335-0168 or visit the resources page for the team handbook, training calendar, membership checklist, member applications, and other information.

The Strafford County Citizen Corps offers a variety of trainings related to personal preparedness and emergency response. Attendance at classes does not imply commitment to join the volunteer team. Visit the calendar to see upcoming trainings and events. If your business, civic organization, or faith community would like to offer emergency preparedness trainings to your staff and members please contact us to discuss training topics.

Are you a healthcare provider?  If so, the New Hampshire Emergency System for Advancd Registration of Volunteer Healthcare Professionals (ESARVHP) is asking for your help.  Please visit iCanHelp.NH.gov today and register with the list of healthcare professionals ESARVHP can count on in New Hampshire.

If you are a medically licensed individual that wishes to gain membership to the Strafford County Citizen Corps, then registration with ESARVHP is an application requirement.

The Strafford County Citizen Corps is a registered affiliate of the National CERT and MRC programs :

 
Staff Members:
 
Samantha Brann, Community Programming Coordinator
sbrann@hscstrafford.org