Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
Every community is different, with varying day-to-day public health, preparedness, and response needs. As an MRC unit leader, you have a deep understanding of your community and the resources within the unit you lead. Your community and team depend on your ability to recruit volunteers; keenly match their skills and availability with local needs, public health initiatives, and emergency response activities; and make wise use of your volunteers' capabilities and unit resources.To help you build and sustain your unit, these resources and tools offer support for leading an MRC unit, recruiting volunteers, reporting activities, and connecting with other unit leaders.
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