For 22 years we have been Chasin' Storms / Savin' Lives. Storms come and go it will affect people. So, during our 22nd Anniversary we are now Savin' Lives / Changin' Lives. We are one of the best in Disaster Response/Relief. We do not get media attention. We go into a disaster area and do our job. We leave no footprints. Only those lives saved are the people that have seen us. We do not need a thank you, we just do our role. We hate having a website, but now needed. We are no longer self-sustaining and we did not want to become a 501c(3), but we need donations to save more lives. Volunteering to save lives is a responsibility for every US Citizen!
Disaster Response/Relief is not for paid professionals. It is for the well trained volunteer which knows how to save lives during a disaster you have people which know what they are doing, you have another 100 lives saved during a disaster.
High Quality Basic Life Support Provider/First Aid Training is finally starting on October 27th. We are American Heart Association Instructors and we can train 9 at a time and on the job site training only. You can now learn our mission of Savin' Lives / Changin' Lives. $40 per student.
TBI Service Dog
Disaster/Court Room Therapy K-9
Chloe De Vilsney
ERRT Volunteer and Director. BLS Provider/First Aid Instructor, SARTech
SAVIN' LIVES / CHANGIN' LIVES
FROM DISASTER TO HOPE: ROSS KEY FIRST AID STATIONS
Since Pulse Nightclub June 12, 2016 a day which ERRT will never forget; worked in overdrive. Figuring ways to improve our already improvised First Aid Tents. The Modified First Aid Tents the first of it's kind. Ross Key First Aid Tents were on drawing board for 3 years 4 months prior to Pulse. But, Pulse implemented them and became mandatory. And, are named after Country Music Star Ross Key, who was an loved animals.
Savin' Lives / Changin' Lives. Save people during a disaster and help change their life for the better after a disaster. We will always be Savin' Lives / Changin' Lives.
EMERGENCY RAPID RESPONSE TEAM