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The Bridgeport Health and Social Services Department has recently been approved as a Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Unit. This Bridgeport MRC unit is recognized as part of the White House’s USA Freedom Corps initiative and the Department of Homeland Security’s Citizen Corps. The Bridgeport MRC unit will begin to recruit medical and non-medical volunteers with various skills to assist the health department during public health emergencies and during times of community needs.
Anyone interested in joining the Bridgeport MRC may contact: Terron Jones, Medical Reserve Corps Director at 203-576-7024 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We accept all volunteers who can pass the class and background check.
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Bridgeport CERT/MRC Mission Statement:
Providing residents and first responders of Bridgeport a quality resource for community engagement, safety education, hazard mitigation, emergency response assistance, and other volunteer efforts.
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