Lawrence County Medical Reserve Corps is looking for volunteers to help with some FUN projects. If you are interested, please contact us at 740-532-3962.
Preventing carbon monoxide poisoning after an emergency
The American Red Cross has an emergency hurricane app for smart phones (available for free on iTunes or Google Play). It will list emergency shelters, real-time weather reports, and even has a button to update status on FB and Twitter so family/friends know you're safe. You can get the app via your phone's app store, or by calling call "**REDCROSS" (**73327677) from your smart phone.
Are YOU prepared for an emergency?
Get a kit
Make a plan
There are many emergencies, natural or man-made, that can occur.
The following links, from the Ohio Department of Health and CDC, give tips
on preparing for and recovering from these emergencies.
Please check again as we will soon be adding others.
West Nile Virus
The Emergency Response Coordinator has worked in cooperation with the Regional Coordinator and Emergency Response Coordinators from nine other counties to form our Emergency Response Plan.
Please click here to access the plan. After reviewing it, please email any comments or feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. We value your opinion, and any questions will be answered in a timely manner. Thank you for any suggestions you may have.
The Lawrence County MRC is currently recruiting volunteers, with or without medical backgrounds, to assist in a variety of activities. For more information, please call Debbie at 740-532-3962, or click the star.