ServNC Registration Q&A

ServNC.org: North Carolina’s State Registry of Volunteers

What is ServNC.org?

North Carolina developed a web-based system that allows for the advance registration and credentialing of medial and non-medical volunteers across the state which is utilized by emergency response agencies for activations, notifications and alerts amongst a variety of additional features.

Who should register in ServNC.org?

Any North Carolina resident who would like to volunteer to be deployed locally, regionally, statewide, and/or federally in the event of an emergency, crisis, or disaster. Registration is easy and can be completed in less than 15 minutes. Please note, no volunteer is ever obligated to participate in a ServNC activation.

How do I register?

Registration can be completed by visiting ServNC.org and clicking on “Register Now”. In order to complete the registration process you will be asked your contact information, deployment preferences, medical history, occupation, and team affiliation. Please select “Mid Carolina SMAT II” or “Mid Carolina MRC” depending on your professional background.

What are the functions of ServNC.org?

ServNC is utilized to track mission requests and notify responders during emergency incidents and/or disasters. In the event of a disaster ServNC.org has the capability to perform a variety of functions, such as notifying volunteers/team members via email, phone, and/or text message of all mission specific information with instructions for accepting or declining the request; creating lists of mission specific volunteers from the established database in order to fulfill missions requiring specialized abilities (urban search & rescue); confirmation of medical credentials and background through various state registries.