Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Region 4A
MRC Volunteer Activities Fall 2019
October 17 at 10:17 a.m.: Shake OUt Drill (at home or work)
October 23: Flu Review at Christa McAuliffe Library 5-8:30 p.m. Training
October 26: City-Wide Family Friendly Flu Clinic at McCarthy School, 9 Flagg Drive, Framingham
October 26: National Take Back Day: Prescription Drug Drop off at the Framingham Police Department 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Volunteers: Please contact Kitty Mahoney at KCM@FraminghamMa.gov or 508-532-5472 to sign up.
Prospective Volunteers: MRC Information will be at each of these events and in the Office of Public Health Nursing at 113 Concord Street Framingham
Trainings Coming Soon
- Stop The Bleed
- Extreme Weather
- Emergency Dispensing
Congratulations to Cheryl Tully-Stoll, Linda Leavitt and Michael McGinley who received Recognition Awards at the 2018 Annual Framingham MRC Meeting. View prior year award information (DOC).
Framingham Medical Reserve Corps
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of volunteers committed to improving the health, safety and resiliency of their communities. Volunteers include individuals with medical and nonmedical backgrounds.
Please consider joining the Framingham MRC and help to make Framingham a safer and more prepared community. Call the Framingham Office of Public Health Nursing at 508-532-5472 for more information.
Like the Framingham MRC Facebook Page for more information.
Volunteer Liability Protections
Free MRC Trainings & Information
Receive FEMA Training on the following topics:
- Diversity Awareness
- Household Hazardous Materials
- Livestock in Disasters
MRC Volunteer Application
The application (PDF) can be mailed, scanned and emailed, or dropped off at the Framingham Department of Health (City Hall, 150 Concord Street, Room 205). The law requires that all MRC Volunteers also sign a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) form (PDF). Please print and return both forms. Your photograph will be taken for your badge when the completed forms are returned. Effective January 1, 2017, the Framingham volunteer database will be maintained in the Framingham office.
Get Ready for Home Emergencies
Only 7% of Americans are adequately prepared for an emergency. Natural disasters, disease outbreaks, and other hazards can occur at any time. For more info on getting ready for emergencies go to the American Public Health Association's website.
Preparedness for Kids
Sesame Workshop, along with its project partners, have created Let’s Get Ready! A video about planning together for emergencies with tips, activities, and other easy tools to help the whole family prepare for emergencies!