Organization Will Now Offer The Training Curriculum Onsite Nationwide
Film premier event held at London School of Economics in advance of public broadcasting
Scientology Volunteer Ministers Guatemala Disaster Response helps the village of Alotenango cope with the present and look to the future.
New Public Safety Communication Upgrades Offer Enhanced Communications
The name change reflects expertise - connecting people and information for business resiliency, operational efficiency, and crisis management.
Developer of Crisis Communication and Collaboration Platform Also Adds Seasoned Board Directors
Back home after two months on the Puerto Rico Disaster Response Team, two new Scientology Volunteer Ministers describe the experience and why they decided to go.
Tickets for the Event Go On Sale Today, March 1
The successful test confirms government entities can communicate important emergency information in more than one language
New Radios Increase Communication Effectiveness in Extreme Conditions
Serving their communities with compassion and care
New Turnout Gear Helps Firefighters Reduce Carcinogenic Contamination
Rivers of mud inundated communities in Southern California. Scientology Volunteer Ministers are helping neighborhoods get back to normal.
Scott and Barbara Stokes Expand Manufacturing to Kansas and Wisconsin
Rapid deployment Collapsible Solar Array for Off-Grid power. When sun shines, AC outlet is powered.
One thousand units of Conext XW+ hybrid inverters at 5.5 kW & 6.8 kW power levels are being made available to distributors in Puerto Rico
Los Angeles and Ventura County Volunteer Ministers respond to one of the worst California fire seasons on record
Barbara and Scott Stokes Announce Job Creation Supporting $28.5M Contract
With three fires burning out of control in Ventura, Sylmar and Santa Clarita and tens of thousands evacuated so far, International Scientology Volunteer Minister headquarters in Los Angeles puts out a call for volunteers to respond.
USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is providing $10.9 million in technical and financial assistance to help farmers in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to repair damage and rebuild. This investment through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, a Farm Bill conservation program, is one more option available through USDA to aid with recovery.
Delivering Clinical Care Outside the Hospital Walls
Friendships and partnerships forged during Hurricane Irma continue to bear fruit