If you are considering volunteering for disasters, all-hazard response efforts, and public health initiatives and activities, you've come to the right place!
The Tennessee Volunteer Mobilizer (TNVM) is your secure, confidential volunteer registry site maintained by the Department of Health’s Office of Emergency Preparedness. Registering through TNVM simply tells us that you are open to the idea of volunteering for Public Health emergencies and initiatives, and provides us a little about your background, preferences, and constraints. It does not guarantee that you will be called upon, nor does it mean that you must participate if called. If you are called to volunteer, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the specific event and the commitment required. You can then choose if volunteering for the specific event is right for you.
During the online registration process, you will be asked to enter information regarding the best way to contact you, any active licenses or certifications, and other relevant background data. All required information (notated by the red asterisk) must be completed within the application. Once registered, prior to your application being approved, your license (if applicable) will be verified through the Tennessee Health Related Board's website verification system, as well as, a background check.
Once your application is approved you will receive notification of your acceptance into the system, upcoming training opportunities, exercises, and periodic news updates.
If you have already completed the registration process or wish to return to a registration which you've started but not completed, you can log in and update your profile.
For additional information pertaining to TNVM and/or TNMRC, access the FAQ Navigation Tab above for frequently asked questions.