Tri-State Medical Reserve Corps
Tri-State Medical Reserve Corps is the volunteer organization that most directly assists the Center for Public Health Preparedness. Volunteers receive training that prepares them to work alongside first responders during public health emergencies.
Tri-State Medical Reserve Corps welcomes members from all backgrounds and values each member's contributions. For more information about joining, please go to the Tri-State Medical Reserve Corps website. Tri-State Medical Reserve Corps provides professional training at no cost to volunteers.
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Ohio Crisis Response Team: A volunteer organization that responds to recovering communities after traumatic events. Team members are mainly from mental health backgrounds and are skilled in working with communities in crisis.
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