Volunteers Needed from all walks of life
Many Free Training Opportunities are Available
Join the Bristol Norfolk Medical Reserve Corps
We are preparing to respond to disasters in your community and across the country.
The Medical Reserve Corps was created in 2006 to assist local communities
during public health emergencies.
A nationwide program sponsored by The Office of the Surgeon General
Created in 2002 in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11,
when there were no volunteer management systems in place.
The program is part of the Citizen Corps, a group of volunteers formed to protect
There are 42 Medical Reserve Corps units in Massachusetts and 782 nationwide
with over 167,000 volunteers.
Training is provided free Volunteers will be given opportunities to participate
in drills and emergency exercises throughout the year.
Orientation training is mandatory,
but participation in additional activities is not required.
For more information concerning MRC use this link
You can also pick up an application and training
calendar in your local public health / Board of Health office
Be Informed. Be Prepared. Be a Volunteer.
Emergency Preparedness is Everyone's
For more information contact
Welcome to MA Responds, the online registration system
for public health, health care, and emergency response volunteers.
Jacquie O'Brien, BNMRC Coordinator
Attleboro Board of Health,
77 Park Street, Attleboro, MA
508-223-2222, ext 3244
Serving the communities of
Attleboro, Norton, Mansfield, Foxboro, Plainville, Seekonk, North Attleboro, Rehoboth