Last updated: June 1, 2020
Community Members and Health Care Professionals Volunteer
Did you know that you can volunteer your skills and talents to assist in the event of an emergency? During any disaster or public health emergency, we may require community, public health and medical personnel that exceed our available resources.
The Maryland Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is comprised of community members and health care professionals who donate their time and skills to support public health initiatives and provide assistance in emergencies. Volunteers can assist in a number of capacities including mass dispensing operations, staffing shelters and providing assistance during exercises or drills.
Volunteering with the MD Responds MRC is a great way to utilize and improve skills, while gaining valuable hands-on experience in disaster preparedness and response.
If you would like more information about becoming a member of the Anne Arundel County MD Responds MRC, or you can register online by clicking here.
To request volunteers for a non-emergent public health event in Anne Arundel County that is scheduled in advance, has public health focus and fosters community health, complete the Non-Emergent Volunteer Activation Request Form.