The Regional Center for Volunteerism Disaster and Emergency Services Programs
The Regional Center for Volunteerism-HandsOn Sacramento Disaster Services Program manages and supports volunteers and donations in disaster for four counties: Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer and Yolo. Below are links to our Disaster and Emergency Services Programs:
Emergency Volunteer Management / Emergency Volunteer Center
The Emergency Volunteer Center (EVC) is a specific location or website where disaster volunteers are efficiently and effectively deployed. The EVC is staffed by a trained corps of volunteers who screen, interview and refer spontaneous unaffiliated volunteers to help in disaster recovery efforts. The EVC ensures that those who wish to assist are processed and utilized based on their skills--enhancing local volunteer disaster response and recovery. Read more...
Emergency Volunteer Corps
The Emergency Volunteer Corps are pre-trained, volunteers who, in disaster, would be called-upon by Hands On Sacramento to assist with staffing the EVC. Outside of disasters and emergencies, these volunteers may participate in local disaster drills and emergency preparedness training. To become a member of this group, click here.
Sacramento Region Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD)
Sacramento Region VOAD is a coalition of faith and community-based organizations, including but not limited to: congregations, organizations such as: Hands On Sacramento, Salvation Army, American Red Cross, food banks, 2-1-1 Sacramento, FEMA, and the state/city/county Office of Emergency Services. Part of a national network of VOAD organizations, VOAD members respond to disasters by working and planning together before they strike. Once disasters occur, a VOAD is ready to respond with resources, volunteers and coordination of the donations and services to those who need assistance during and after a disaster. Read more...
The Regional Center for Volunteerism Disaster and Emergency Services
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