Public Health Volunteer Initiative Program (PHVIP)
Volunteers of all skill levels and backgrounds are needed during an emergency response. Clayton County residents can assist in a wide variety of tasks that include data entry, serving meals to shelter residents, or providing medical care. Whether you are a licensed and certified provider, an administrative specialist, a retired professional, or someone who wants to help the community in a disaster, WE NEED YOU!
PHVIP Training Courses Now Available!
In order to serve as a public health volunteer, PHVIP applicants are required to take a one-time, 4.5-hour training course that orients volunteers to the program and explains the roles and responsibilities of public health officials during an emergency or disaster. The PHVIP Orientation Class is offered six times per year at the CCBOH Main Facility (1117 Battle Creek Road in Jonesboro). Here are the upcoming dates on which the course will be offered:
For more information, see our PHVIP Volunteer Training Course Schedule.
For additional information about the PHVIP, call (678) 610-7468.