To harness the power of every individual, through education, training, and volunteer service, to make communities safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to the threats of terrorism, crime, public health issues, and disasters of all kinds.
Everyone can do something to help make our families and our communities safer through:
Personal Responsibility: Developing a household preparedness plan and disaster supply kits, observing home health and safety practices, implementing disaster mitigation measures, and participating in crime prevention and reporting.
Training: Taking classes in emergency preparedness, response capabilities, first aid, CPR, fire suppression, and search and rescue procedures.
Volunteer Service: Engaging individuals in volunteer activities that support first responders, disaster relief groups, and community safety organizations. Everyone can do something to support local law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services, community public health efforts, and the four stages of emergency management: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery efforts.
Starting a Citizen Corps Council in your area will help create the groundwork for the long-term security of our neighborhoods, our communities, and our nation.
You may also visit Ready.gov > Citizen Corps, for your convenience.
For more information, Contact Baldwin County EMA.