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Becoming a member of the Denton County Medical Reserve Corps is easier than you might think. All we require is that you attend one of our free Volunteer Orientations and complete some basic paperwork. Joining the Medical Reserve Corps is not a weekly or even monthly volunteer obligation. You will respond only during an emergency and only if you are available. Denton County provides free additional training to supplement your Orientation throughout the year but that training is also optional.
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Your company or organization can encourage its employees and partners to become members of the Medical Reserve Corps. By doing so they can support the community during a large scale disaster or event. It is highly likely that if a catastrophic event occurred, your normal operating hours would be temporarily halted or significantly reduced because of the magnitude of the disaster. Our request will not place constraints upon your business or regular activities.
Training Denton County wants to ensure that our volunteers and their families are personally prepared to respond in a crisis. All Medical Reserve Corps members are provided with free optional training throughout the year. We offer a variety of training online and in-person to help augment your disaster response information. Volunteers can attend as much or as little as they feel they need. Our volunteers are also provided Go bags, and Response gear so that they are "ready" when they respond!
Contact the Denton County Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator at 940-349-2910 or visit the Denton County Medical Reserve Corps website. You can also check us out on our Denton County Medical Reserve Corps Facebook page.