When disaster strikes, will you be ready? Can we count on you to help?
Preparing now can help you and your family make it through a catastrophe. We want to help by providing resources, training and volunteer opportunities.
Neighborhood Ambassador Workshops
Neighborhoods that are prepared for disasters save lives, reduce the severity of injuries and trauma and reduce property damage. Map Your Neighborhoods teaches neighbors to rely on each other during the hours or days before fire, medical, police or utility responders arrive. You can help us bring this program to your community by becoming a Neighborhood Ambassador Volunteer. >>LEARN MORE
Community Emergency Response Team
Following a major disaster, firefighters and other emergency service providers may not be able to meet the heavy demand for their services. People will have to rely on each other for help in order to meet their immediate lifesaving and life-sustaining needs. Community Emergency Response Team volunteers learn basic disaster preparedness skills so they can assist others during a disaster. >>LEARN MORE
Fire Corps Volunteers
Fire Corps volunteers use their skills to help promote public safety and community preparedness. We're looking for people who can help with administrative tasks, public education, events and grant writing. >>LEARN MORE
Most people know they need to prepare for disasters, but getting started can be overwhelming. That’s why we launched ReadyTogether, a step-by-step readiness program designed to fit busy lifestyles. Simply follow along with us on our blog and Facebook page. Each month we'll take small steps to make a difference in an emergency. >>LEARN MORE
ReadySunday brings community preparedness information to faith-based congregations in south Snohomish County. People often turn to their faith in times of crisis. ReadySunday provides resources to educate congregations on what they can do to prepare and support each other in a major disaster. To schedule a ReadySunday, contact Kristen Thorstenson.