Kittitas County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)


Kittitas County Emergency Preparedness

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Nationwide, the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a community-based, civilian volunteer program that helps build public health response capacity within the community. The MRC was formed after the September 11, 2001 attacks as a way for citizen volunteers to aid after a crisis. The MRC is a network of over two hundred thousand volunteers throughout the United States. The local Kittitas MRC was formed in 2014 and may assist the Kittitas County Public Health Department and the community in various activities from school vaccinations to our annual influenza drive-thru clinic.

Kittitas Medical Reserve Corps Public Service Announcement (PSA)

Kittitas MRC Mission

The Kittitas County MRC will prepare for and respond to public health emergencies by completing complementary activities within the existing local emergency health systems of Kittitas County.

Kittitas MRC Registration Process

A Handbook for Volunteers

To register to become a Kittitas MRC volunteer, contact the Kittitas County Public Health Department. Volunteers are required to complete the following:

Division of the Civilian Medical Reserve Corps

MRC Train
Federal Emergency Management Institute (FEMA)