Services: Provides emergency/disaster relief, assistance to military families, first aid/CPR training, etc. Leading agency that provides 1) relief assistance for disasters that cause human suffering, 2) assistance & tracing inquiries to military personnel & their families, 3) health & safety education in disaster education & training, first aid, CPR, aquatics, HIV/AIDS, staying healthy after 50, peer education, youth services, nurse assistance training, & certified nurse's assistance license testing. Provides emergency food, shelter, first aid, & clothing to victims of disaster. General: I&R; community education; health & volunteer programs to promote individual well-being, save human lives, & prevent or reduce human suffering; tracing inquiry. Classes offered: water safety instruction, CPR, first aid, pre-natal. Assistance to military families: emergency communication services, counseling or referral services, financial assistance to families, assistance to veterans families in governmental benefits application. Hours: Administration: Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. For Emergencies: 24 hours, 7 days a week. Target group: disaster victims. Eligibility: general public for non-emergency services; disaster victims for emergency services. Application process: walk or phone for info.