Uniting Utah’s Communities…Preparing the Nation!
The organizations and programs listed below are great tools for engaging in emergency preparedness and disaster service. Want to know more about volunteering or donating in a disaster, visit our reference page first!
|Want to help after a disaster? Visit this nationally managed page to find ways to volunteer and donate in times of disaster.||National Donations Management Network|
|Utah Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD)||
VOAD is made up of various organizations, having a state-wide role, that share an interest in collaborating during a disaster. Most of these organizations recruit, train and prepare volunteers in advance of a disaster to serve in vital response and recovery roles.
|Be Ready Utah is the emergency preparedness campaign managed by the Division of Homeland Security, it’s a bottom-up approach for preparedness with the focus on every individual’s personal responsibility in preparedness.|| Be Ready
|CERT||CERT prepares you to help yourself, your family, and your neighbors in the event of a disaster.|
|Personal preparedness is the best form of protection from the hazards of disasters. Get training in first aid and emergency skills and volunteer to support local emergency responders.
|Fire Corps||Fire Corps allows you to aid firefighters when their resources and manpower are depleted.|
|Do you have medical training that you would be willing to share in times of trouble? Medical Reserve Corps helps you to keep your skills up and will activate you in a disaster.||Medical Reserves Corps|
Neighborhood Watch puts you in the driver’s seat to crime prevention in your neighborhood.
|Support community law enforcement as volunteers.|