New volunteer information - UPDATE 12/18/2017

12/18 UPDATE: If you registered to attend New Volunteer Training you'll need to secure your seat by paying the $50 annual training fee by 1/5/2018.  On 1/6/2018 we will open any unpaid seats to our Waiting List.  Not sure if you are registered and paid?  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and ask for confirmation.

10/25 UPDATE:  We are thrilled at the interest in NVADG training as a result of NorCal fires.To accommodate everyone, we are doing 3 things:  #1, MOVING LOCATION. Watch for info on the new Oroville location.  #2, SETTING annual training fee at $50 in order to rent a space large enough (and $100 fee if you don't pre-register and show up at the door) and #3, MOVING OUR "Refresher" training for returning volunteers to the following Saturday, 1/27/2018. 

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Hotline / Duty Officers: Where it all begins. Join us!

Everything about being a NVADG volunteer is rewarding.

Hotline operators know being the first voice of NVADG during an activation is over-the-top rewarding!  It's an ideal position for people who have flexibility to answer the phone during weekdays as well as weekends. 

Find out how you can be part of the elite team of disaster workers who are rarely seen but make a giant impact!

Come to the 2018 16-hour NVADG volunteer orientation and awareness training on January 20 and 21 and learn more.

 

 

IFAW Information

NVADG has been active in California and across the country working with local organizations everywhere to save animals during times of disaster and upheaval. Now, we have partnered with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to rescue animals from dangerous situations caused by nature and by people. 

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ICS Forms

The North Valley Animal Disaster Group works in coordination with emergency services including local Law Enforcement and Fire Departments. All of these agencies have adopted the Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMMS) which incorporates the Incident Command System (ICS).

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ICS Information

The North Valley Animal Disaster Group works in coordination with emergency services including local Law Enforcement and Fire Departments. All of these agencies have adopted the Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMMS) which incorporates the Incident Command System (ICS).

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Oiled Wildlife Care Network

The North Valley Animal Disaster Group is part of the Oiled Wildlife Care Network (OWCN).

This is an exciting development!

The Oiled Wildlife Care Network (OWCN) is recognized as a world leader in oil spill response, rescue, rehabilitation and research, and is an outstanding example of what's possible when diverse institutions and organizations work collaboratively toward a common goal. It just makes sense that NVADG trained volunteers would make great OWCN volunteers.

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Technical Rescue Group

The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) has recently invested considerable time, training, and resources into getting NVADG personnel ready to rescue animals during floods and swiftwater disasters.

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Training Guidelines

We train all year to be prepared to respond to an event we pray will never happen.

NVADG volunteers are called to action during emergencies. We work in hazardous situations and deal with stressed animals. To keep everyone safe, training is essential and required. The level of training required depends on the level of risk.

Due to the overwhelming response to New Volunteer Training for 2018, we have had to limit that class to NEW volunteers only.  We have more new volunteers than we can train. 

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NVADG
PO Box 441
Chico, CA 95927-0441 USA

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(530) 895-0000