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• Managing Spontaneous Volunteers in Times of Disaster PDF icon

• MI Volunteer Registry

The MI Volunteer Registry is an internet-based system enabling healthcare personnel and citizens to pre-register to volunteer their assistance during an emergency. During a large scale emergency; local, regional, or state responder resources may not be sufficient to meet the need for response and recovery efforts. Physicians, nurses, behavioral health, emergency medical services personnel, ancillary support staff, and all other individuals interested in assisting are encouraged to register. Register Now. You Could Make A Difference!

• Michigan Citizen Corps

The Michigan Citizen Corps Program helps communities coordinate volunteers to prepare for and respond to local emergencies. It trains and engages volunteers to make communities safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to emergencies and disasters of all kinds, including threats of terrorism, natural disasters, crime, public health issues, etc. Citizen Corps support is especially important during major disasters when first responders may be initially overwhelmed. Citizen Corps activities are adapted to every community's needs and managed locally by a Citizen Corps Council. Citizen Corps encourage communities to engage every citizen in homeland security efforts. Individuals can get involved in a variety of ways.

• Medical Reserve Corps

Dedicated to establishing teams of local volunteer medical and public health professionals to contribute their skills and expertise throughout the year as well as during times of community need.

• American Red Cross Volunteer Services Every day, the American Red Cross helps people in emergencies . . . whether it's half a million disaster victims or one sick child who needs blood. Our vital work is made possible by people like you.

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