Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps (vMRC)
Veterinary disaster preparedness and response in the
Front Range of Colorado.
Our role is to connect county, state, and federal disaster response organizations with local Colorado veterinary community resources.
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Animal Care in Disaster
Preparedness, Response & Recovery.
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of volunteers, organized locally, with the mission to improve the health and safety of their communities.
MRC units exist to engage with local volunteers to strengthen public health, improve emergency response and recovery capabilities, and build community resilience. We prepare for and respond to natural disasters (such as wildfires, and floods) as well as other emergencies affecting public health, such as disease outbreaks.
The Front Range Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps (FRvMRC) is a group of medical and non-medical volunteers that provide veterinary-specific disaster relief services and community outreach/education to the state of Colorado east of the Continental Divide.
Countdown to the Volunteer Capacity Building Workshop (VCBW)
Building Resiliency in Animal-Care Volunteers
May 13 2023 | Veterinary Track in the Volunteer Capacity Building Workshop (VCBW)
Hosted by the CO Dept. of Public Health & Environment. Learn more about this event here.
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Our team is composed of veterinary professionals and animal lovers of all kinds!
Meet our leadership team here.
physical Exercise | mental Exercise | team Exercise
E3 events are open to everyone!
Our deployment teams often use these events for concurrent MRP training… so you might see some of the group with their go-bags and gear at these outings.
Learn more about MPRs here.