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Organizations that are responsible for taking actions before, during and after the onset of a major disaster or large-scale emergency that will end the emergency, preserve lives, limit damage, ensure the availability of critical services and reduce the probability of secondary effects.

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American Red Cross - Centre Community ChapterThe American Red Cross serving Central Pennsylvania provides vital services to the 21 county region 365 days a year—from responding to home fires in local neighborhoods to teaching first aid and CPR to community groups. We’re able to provide these services thanks to a corps of more than 7,500 dedicated volunteers and the generosity of our donors. The American Red Cross puts these donations to good use—we are proud to tell donors that we invest an average of 91 cents of every dollar in humanitarian services and programs, well above the industry standard. We serve the Communities of Adams, Bedford, Blair, Centre, Clinton, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lycoming, Mifflin, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, Tioga, Union and York counties in Central Pennsylvania.HuntingdonAmerican Red Cross, Huntingdon Chapter - ProgramAmerican Red Cross, Huntingdon Chapter
Mercy Medical AngelsMercy Medical Angels (MMA)-sponsored charitable medical transportation system exists to benefit millions of Americans living in poverty and/or living in rural or small town areas who lack the financial means to travel to distant medical specialists for essential care and treatment. Their future health or recovery depends on overcoming the distance-related medical access challenge. MMA administers multiple programs that serve financially-stressed patients requiring transportation throughout the United States. MMA accomplishes these programs using one or more of the modes of transportation described below.
  • Commercial Airline Tickets - MMA administers charitable or deep-discount airline ticket programs for patients and patient escorts in cooperation with the major U.S. airlines.
  • Volunteer Pilot Operations -Volunteer pilots who own or rent small aircraft are available to patients and an escort needing transportation for medical evaluation, diagnosis or treatment. Patients must be ambulatory.
  • Long Distance Ground Transportation - MMA’s ground transportation program includes transport by the provision of commercial bus or Amtrak tickets, or the provision of gas cards if a friend can drive or an automobile is available.
  • National Patient Travel Helpline - MMA also operates the National Patient Travel Helpline® which provides information about all forms of charitable, long-distance medical transportation and provides referrals to all appropriate sources of help available in the national charitable medical transportation network.
  • Disaster Response - While MMA’s primary mission is providing transportation for financially-stressed patients, MMA also maintains a disaster response component which is called the Homeland Security Emergency Air Transportation System® (HSEATS). The HSEATS® system is designed to respond to small local disasters or major national disasters when government/commercial resources are not available.
4620 Haygood Rd, Suite 1, Virginia Beach VA (National Patient Travel Helpline)Mercy Medical Aircraft

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