Volunteer with Us

Volunteer with Us

Are you interested in helping your community?

Would you like to be trained to handle emergencies calmly?

Want to me a difference when a disaster strikes?

Want to be ready when your friends or family get sick or injured?

If your answer to these questions was “yes,” you should consider joining the Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance & Rescue Squad (LNHARS) to become a trained Emergency Medical Technician or Rescue Technician.

The LNHARS is a group of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. When the radio sounds, we become a team of dedicated, unpaid professionals who serve our community and help those in need.

The LNHARS responds to over 1,800 emergency medical and rescue calls each year. Our organization counts on men and women of all ages and backgrounds to join together to respond to these emergencies. In many cases, these people don’t have any medical training before joining the team, but have received training to handle all sorts of emergencies.    

The Many Ways You Can Make a Difference:

Emergency Medical Services Squad
Join our ambulance squad and help save the lives of the residents of New Hope Borough, Lambertville City, and Stockton Borough – in addition to portions of West Amwell, Delaware and Solebury townships. Our squad is trained to provide life-saving support to the sick and injured.  We’ll teach you the skills needed to save lives!
 
K-9 Search and Rescue Squad
Become part of our K-9 unit! Our handlers and dogs are certified in all aspects of K-9 Search and Rescue including, wilderness search, water recovery, human remains (cadaver) search, and collapsed structure search. You and man’s best friend will do extraordinary things together!  
 
Marine Rescue Services
Save lives during dangerous floods or during a river rescue as a marine rescue services member. Our team places emphasis on training and equipment in order to handle any emergency on the water. 
 
Youth Squad
Learn CPR and other first aid skills to assist the first responders on our ambulance crew. Youth squad members range in age from 12-18 years old. 

 

Benefits of joining Lambertville New Hope Ambulance and Rescue Squad:

  • Having the opportunity to “pay it forward.” The satisfaction you get making a difference by assisting friends, neighbors and even complete strangers when they need help the most is a feeling that is incomparable
  • Learn new skills and gain experience that can help in all facets of life, including advancing in or changing careers or building your college admissions application
  • Build confidence
  • Experience the sense of belonging that comes from working as a team and making life-long friends
  • Receive free training that is applicable in many other parts of life

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We are so fortunate to have such Kind, Competent Professionals such as yourselves.

— – Lambertville Resident