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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

HHS Civilian Response Corps

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What is CRC?

HHS’s team of highly qualified public health professionals and subject matter experts provide critical services that strengthen the impact of the U.S. Civilian Response Corps (CRC)  CRC members work as part of U.S. Government interagency teams with colleagues from the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Energy, Homeland Security, Justice, State, Transportation, and USAID.  The CRC is composed of a Standby Component (CRC-S) and an Active Component (CRC-A).  CRC members are likely to perform in physically demanding and stressful environments. Learn More >>
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Impact of Healthcare

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Critical Skills

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Deployments & Assignments

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CRC-S:  Civilian Response Corps  - Standby Component

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CRC-A:  Civilian Response Corps - Active Component

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The HHS Civilian Response Corps program is managed by OEM\International Response Programs.

  • This page last reviewed: November 20, 2013