Sheridan Community Emergency Response Team
Adams Township, Hamilton County, Indiana
You Are The Help Until Help Arrives
The Hamilton County CERT Program is under the direction of the Hamilton County Emergency Management and is a dependable volunteer resource available to assist Hamilton County stakeholders in mitigating hazards by: preparing its members through training; educating the public through community outreach activities; supporting response/recovery activities during and after emergencies or disasters with the focus on doing the greatest good for the greatest number of citizens.
The Sheridan CERT Team is just one of six teams in the Hamilton County Emergency Management program.
Everybody brings a
that's the beauty of CERT
OUR NEXT EVENTS
Sheridan Team Meeting, June 28, 2022
We will be meeting at the Scott's House at 6:00pm
Training Topic: Cribbing
Sheridan Team Meeting, July 26, 2022
Hannah Fisher from the Board of Animal Health and former Animal Control Officer for Boone County will be presenting Animals in Disasters. We will be meeting at the Sheridan High School Library at 6:00pm - Enter Door #1
Training Topic: Animals in Disaster
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
To ensure an effective program, new potential CERT members must agree to be a committed volunteer before completing the FREE twenty-hour basic course and remain active by:
Attending monthly team meetings
Attending intermediate and advanced training courses
Actively participate in response operations and special event support
Maintain county-issued equipment to ensure readiness to respond during an emergency or disaster
WELCOME TO SHERIDAN, INDIANA
The northwest corner, gateway into Hamilton County, is a treasure chest of heritage and culture, much symbolized by Boxley Cabin. The entire Sheridan community stretches south from this storied national landmark — a
log cabin that once gave safe harbor for westward bound pioneers. It now stands to gift this charming town of 3,000
with a sense of place and distinct mission.
Visit "The Countryside of Hamilton County"