In response to a need from Seminole County's Office of Emergency Management, I was asked to provide volunteers, along with my particular skills in case management.
Myself, alongside several other volunteers, helped create an intake form; provided case management; in addition to, discharge planning for individuals staying in this Red Cross/FEMA supported shelter.
There were approximately 98 enrollees in shelter at the time. In addition, volunteers were also able to report to various areas throughout the county in order to remove debris, and excess trees.
What To Wear :
A Mission Continues Blue T-shirt.
What To Bring :
Anything which could assist with disaster relief.
Inclement Weather Plan :
Report for duty regardless of weather conditions.
Certain host organizations, such as schools, may prohibit volunteers with certain types of criminal convictions from participating in a service project. Accordingly, The Mission Continues is requesting your consent to conduct a criminal background check in the event that your Platoon is engaging in a service project with a host organization that requires a criminal background check. By checking the box below, you authorize The Mission Continues to conduct a criminal background check.
If such a background check is required, it will be completed and used in accordance with applicable law. The Mission Continues does not automatically disqualify persons from Platoons based on criminal convictions. We want as many people as possible to have the opportunity to move forward in their lives through service, at the same time that we seek to protect the communities we serve together.