Medical Reserve Corps 2020-04-09T16:42:27-06:00

Looking for a way to help out during the COVID 19 outbreak or
during local disasters like the 416 Fire? MRC needs you.

The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. The MRC network comprises approximately 180,000 volunteers in roughly 860 community-based units located throughout the United States and its territories.

MRC volunteers include medical and public health professionals, as well as other community members without healthcare backgrounds. MRC units engage these volunteers to strengthen public health, improve emergency response capabilities, and build community resiliency. They prepare for and respond to natural disasters, such as wildfires, hurricanes, tornados, blizzards, and floods, as well as other emergencies affecting public health, such as disease outbreaks. They frequently contribute to community health activities that promote healthy habits.

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For MRC specific trainings visit:

MRC Training Plan 
Training Courses

To volunteer in Durango, contact:

Lauren Ward lward@sjbpublichealth.org or Lori Zazzaro LZazzaro@sjbpublichealth.org