Back in March we talked here about the CERT Neighborhood Team Program (NTP), and how you can help your neighbors (and your neighbors help you) if you become part of a Neighborhood Emergency Team (NET). (Don’t you just love all those initials?)
One of the videos from our National Night Out earlier this month is the one below with Larry Bogatz, the CERT Coordinator for our area, talking about CERT and how you can volunteer and train for this program. While you don’t have to have the full CERT training to be part of a Neighborhood Emergency Team, it may still help you to have it for yourself and your community.
To find out more about CERT – Community Emergency Response Team – in Los Angeles, and for the availability of training, go to CERT-LA.COM.
Once again, we thank neighborhood volunteers Elizabeth Reynolds, Noam Dromi, and Brad Nolan for these videos.