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Join Our Team! Volunteer with ESO today!

Our non-profit Emergency Services Outreach is seeking to expand our mission and services this year. Please join me in serving the public safety profession and our communities by volunteering your time or donating to support our delivery of education and advocacy.


We have some upcoming events that are fun and exciting, and we want you to join us. These ideas, and the many more you will bring to the table, can only be realized through action. Only through someone like you. Someone who believes that we need to be active in our community for those who are less fortunate. For those that are afforded no voice, yet they continue to respond and help those in need. So it is in that spirit that we ask for your help.


Anyone and everyone who can give some time, energy, or donations can make a difference. For example we need volunteers for the upcoming drill and conference this month! We need conference staff and patient volunteers for the Medical Reserve Corps Annual Summit February 25th and 26th. This is just our next project!

Please contact us for more information!

Contact me here to help!


Thank you,

Sean Haaverson

Co-founder and President

Emergency Services Outreach, Inc.

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Sean P. Haaverson has been involved in Emergency Services since 2000 when he started out as a volunteer fire fighter in Bernalillo, New Mexico. Over the span of his career he has experience working in multiple levels of emergency services: dispatch, rural and urban EMS, hospital care, austere and remote duty medicine, flight medicine, administration and teaching. He is currently a licensed Paramedic with certification in Critical Care and Remote Duty Medicine. Sean holds a BAAS degree focused in Emergency Management and Emergency Medical Services Management. Sean serves as the co-founder and President/CEO of Emergency Services Outreach and the Center for Advanced Medical Training. He is also the National Association of EMT’s State Advocacy Coordinator for New Mexico.
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