Disaster can strike at a moments notice and your knowledge, skills and talents can save lives. Are you willing to help your community prepare for and respond to such emergencies?
MD Responds Medical Reserve Corps Charles County Unit (MDRMRC) is made up of health care professionals and community members ready to assist with public health response during emergencies in Maryland and beyond.
The mission of MD Responds is to enhance the emergency preparedness and response capabilities of the state of Maryland through advanced registration, organization, and training of medical and public health volunteers who can be readily mobilized to assist with response and recovery efforts in the event of a natural or man-made public health emergency.
Volunteer roles range from assisting in disasters, mass dispensing operations, offering psychological first aid, to staffing a shelter. The MD Responds MRC also connects you to a wide range of free trainings and exercises on disaster preparedness and response.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Charles County Department of Health (CCDOH). Offering to share your time and talent will benefit the many citizens that visit the Department of Health.
Volunteers are a great resource and the areas and jobs that we use volunteers for include but are not limited to:
To become a CCDOH Volunteer you must complete registration for the Maryland Medical Reserve Corps and complete the required orientation and online trainings. The need for such registration protects you, our patients, and our Department of Health.
Thank you for your interest in helping us best serve the Charles County Community. For questions or further information call 301-609-6762 or 240-435-0274.