To foster community preparedness and resiliency by recruiting, organizing, training, and preparing volunteers to support local response to disasters and other emergency situations in Medina County; and to promote community disaster preparedness through public education and community outreach.
Team Leader: Daniel Sutliff
Program Manager: Matt Sturgeon
Established in 2002, the Medina County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (MCEMA) Community Emergency Response Team (MCCERT) consists of dedicated volunteers who support the EMA, public safety, and other local response agencies during an emergency or disaster. They also promote hazard awareness in the county through public outreach. CERT volunteers work under the direct authority of MCEMA.
As a member of the Community Emergency Response Team, you will have the opportunity to:
MCEMA is always seeking committed volunteers to join our growing CERT. If you are interested in becoming a member, please complete the attached application and fax it or drop it off at the EMA. You can contact MCEMA at 330-722-9240 for more information regarding CERT or the application process.