ADH Volunteer Program
The compassionate purpose of the ADH Volunteer Program is to offer an individual, community group, or youth an opportunity to SERV Arkansas. The volunteer time towards public health outreach provides an invaluable service to the health and welfare of Arkansas citizens.
Typically we spell the word, “SERV” as S-E-R-V-E. Co-workers, neighbors, family, friends, and you are already serving your neighborhood, community, or state. In an outstanding effort, volunteers are making a difference through your interests, skills and profession. For that alone; many of us are grateful and commend you for going well above the demands of your own jobs, families, and interests to serve Arkansas.
What are the benefits of volunteering in public health?
Your talents or work experiences will be highly appreciated. Training for public health impacts or local emergencies or disasters will provide an additional resource in community resiliency efforts.
Is there training provided?
Yes, ADH offers emergency preparedness and response mission or task specific training to an ADH Volunteer.
What can I do in an ADH volunteer role?
The following jobs or activities are some of the diverse roles in which you as a unit member or SERV volunteer can best fill:
- Community Event Support
- Planning, Logistical & Administrative Support
- Child Care Assistance
- Community Outreach
- First Aid at Large Public Events
- Veterinary Support & Pet Preparedness
- Ambassadors to Underserved or Vulnerable Citizens
- Medical Consultants
- Health Education and Promotion
- Emergency Shelter Support
- Youth Engagement
- Radiological Emergency Response (Population Monitoring)
- Review the SERV and MRC information and determine your interest and commitment level.
- Complete the registration paperwork
- Email completed PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Connect with the volunteer program manager or unit leader.
Please join us in educating and protecting you and your community. SERV Arkansas!
To access the SERV and MRC Volunteer Program page, click here.