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HOPE AACR

1292 High Street #182

Eugene, Oregon,97401

United States

Company Description

HOPE AACR provides its services inclusive of multi-cultural, age, gender, racial, & religious diversity. Our work is based on strong scientific evidence that interactions with calm, friendly, well-mannered dogs in times of stress helps decrease heart rate, low...more

Background Information

Employment History

Pet Partner Volunteer

Delta Society


Affiliations

Massachusetts Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

Member


Washington State VOAD

Member


Web References(69 Total References)


Events 2010

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Participated in meeting and represented HOPE AACR as an affiliate partner to the DeKalb County Citizen's Corp
DeKalb County Citizen's Corp Myla Mitchell & Eli January 14 GA VOAD and Cobb Disaster Recovery - Atlanta, GA Participated in meeting and represented HOPE AACR in planning for long term recovery following Atlanta Floods. Provided information about HOPE AACR at Metro Atlanta DAT Meeting Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR along with other leaders of Mental Health organizations throughout the state of GA. Georgia Crisis Consortium Eleanor Hager & Maya February 9 Taylor Rd. Middle School Pet Club - Alpharetta, GA Presented information about HOPE AACR at the Pet Club meeting. Taylor Rd. Middle School Shelly Weininger & Buddy Participated in meeting and represented HOPE AACR as an affiliate partner to the DeKalb County Citizen's Corp DeKalb County Citizen's Corp Myla Mitchell & Eli February 11 FL VOAD - Orlando ,FL Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting Presented information about HOPE AACR for responders and relief agencies at the FL VOAD meeting Provided information about HOPE AACR and emotional first aid for students in DeKalb County CERT training class. DeKalb County CERT Myla Mitchell & Eli March 9 Carroll County Search and Rescue Presented information about HOPE AACR for search and rescue responders and discussed how we could be beneficial in search and rescue events. Carroll County Search and Rescue Stephanie Burnette & Sadie March 9 Georgia VOAD Meeting - Atlanta, GA Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR Georgia VOAD Myla Mitchell & Eli March 16 Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT - Atlanta, GA Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting Presented information about HOPE AACR Presented information about HOPE AACR and how we can work with local Red Cross HOPE AACR members attended this meeting and provided information about HOPE Georgia Mental Health Crisis Consortium Eleanor Hager and Maya April 17 Dunwoody Lemonade Days - DeKalb County Emergency Management Agency HOPE AACR supported DeKalb Co. Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting HOPE AACR supported DeKalb Co. Participated in the Annual Conference and represented HOPE AACR Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting Presented information about HOPE AACR and how we can work with local Red Cross Provided information about HOPE AACR and emotional first aid for students in DeKalb County CERT training class. DeKalb County CERT Myla Mitchell & Eli June 5 Peachtree DeKalb Good Neighbor Day - Atlanta, GA HOPE AACR supported DeKalb Co. Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR HOPE AACR members attended this meeting and provided information about HOPE Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting Participated in meeting and represented HOPE AACR as an affiliate partner to the DeKalb County Citizen's Corp Participated in meeting and represented HOPE AACR as an affiliate partner to the DeKalb County Citizen's Corp Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting HOPE AACR attended this multi-jurisdictional drill planning meeting involving mass casualties after an explosion in a laboratory at a local college HOPE AACR was recognized during the 9/11 Memorial service. Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR as an affiliate partner to the DeKalb County Citizen's Corp. HOPE AACR met with the EMA Director in Camden County to begin plans for a drill. Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR HOPE AACR had a booth in the Exhibit hall and were members of the conference staff HOPE AACR attended this multi-jurisdictional drill planning meeting involving mass casualties after an explosion in a laboratory at a local college HOPE AACR members attended this meeting and provided information about HOPE Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR as an affiliate partner to the DeKalb County Citizen's Corp. Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting HOPE AACR attended this multi-jurisdictional drill planning meeting involving mass casualties after an explosion in a laboratory at a local college Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR as an affiliate partner to the DeKalb County Citizen's Corp. Participated in the meeting and represented HOPE AACR at the Metro Atlanta Red Cross DAT meeting (c) HOPE AACR - all rights reserved - Web design by Sarah Giffrow Creative


HOPE AACR - Contact Us

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HOPE AACR is not an animal rescue organization, nor do we take in animals for use in crisis response work.
All crisis response dogs certified by HOPE AACR are owned and cared for by their handlers. HOPE AACR is a national, all volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization Copyright © HOPE AACR ~ All Rights Reserved Privacy Statement Terms and Conditions Email Webmaster


www.hopecrisisresponse.org

HOPE AACR is a national, all volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization
Copyright © HOPE AACR ~ All Rights Reserved Privacy Statement Terms and Conditions Email Webmaster


www.hopecrisisresponse.org

HOPE AACR is a national, all volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization
Copyright © HOPE AACR ~ All Rights Reserved


Frequently Asked Questions

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If you are interested in joining HOPE AACR, learn more about becoming a member of HOPE.
AACR is a unique kind of Animal-Assisted Intervention. Teams must be experienced in AAA/T first before working in AACR. Teams are screened and trained to respond in more intense emotional and environmental situations than usually encountered in AAA/T work. Crisis response may involve the team working directly under the guidance of mental health professionals. HOPE AACR certified teams are required to go through specialized training such as: crisis intervention skills (emotional first aid), animal behavior and stress management, critical incident stress management, incident command system training, first aid and CPR, and pet first aid, to name a few. (click here to see the AACR National Standards) AACR teams should have at least one year experience before attempting to qualify for AACR. Experienced AAA/T teams must be screened and then receive comprehensive training. Training must target skills required to safely participate in AACR. Start-up costs for AACR teams is about $500. Screening alone does not qualify a team for AACR. Therefore, our three day certification training workshop is designed to further identify teams that are ready for crisis response work. Training is comprehensive and is taught by qualified professionals in each field necessary to prepare teams for AACR. If a team passes the certification training workshop, they will begin their career in AACR, being mentored by experienced teams. Continuing education, emergency response drills, and on-going canine training contribute to keeping HOPE AACR teams at the highest state of readiness. All canine teams are experienced and must remain active in AAA/T programs. Many teams are affiliated with emergency response organizations such as: Red Cross, CERT, and other disaster agencies. The operational structure of HOPE AACR is configured to help certified teams be successful during a call-out by providing Team Leaders, Group Leaders, and Agency Representatives. This structure insures teams are supported as they provide comfort and support to people affected by crises and disasters. HOPE AACR is structured to provide nothing but AACR services, free of charge. Our entire organization is comprised of volunteers. No one in the HOPE organization receives compensation, of any kind. Why is it important to have AAA/T experience before getting involved in AACR? Should a team participate in AACR without specialized training? AACR is very different from AAA/T. Teams that do well in AAA/T may make good AACR teams. However, we do find that some teams, no matter how competent they are in AAA/T find that AACR is not a good fit for them. We do encourage you to learn as much as you can about HOPE AACR before making a decision, one way or the other. Home / Service History / Regions / News / Memorial / Calendar / For Members / Donate to HOPE / Contact (c) HOPE AACR - all rights reserved - Web design by Sarah Giffrow Creative


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