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The North Coast Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is a group of 100+ volunteers who are trained and prepared to help themselves and their neighbors during disasters, assist their communities in disaster preparedness efforts and support local events through volunteer work. Volunteers provide a variety of disaster and safety services in communities across Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties.
CERT volunteers provide a variety of disaster response support services to emergency management and public safety agencies following a disaster. These services range from debris clean following severe storms to damage assessment. CERT volunteers also assist with safety-related services at community events, such as traffic control and first aid. Check out the Services page for more information on the type of services CERT provides.
North Coast CERT is always looking for more volunteers. Our team is fortunate to have +100 volunteers who represent diverse backgrounds, professions, skill sets, and experience levels. We welcome everyone to participate in CERT and be more prepared to help themselves, their family and their community if disaster strikes. To find our what you have to do to get started, check out our Training page.
North Coast CERT has amazing volunteers! They are the heart of our organization. Without their tireless dedication, the team would not be celebrating our five year anniversary. To say thank you, we put together a video of highlights from the last five years. Please take a few minutes and walk down memory lane with us as we celebrate five years of wonderful volunteers and look forward to many, many more. Thank You Volunteers!!