The Central Appalachia Region of the American Red Cross is running its Home Fire Campaign to offer free home safety evaluations and free smoke detectors to residents across West Virginia.
To request your evaluation, complete this form from the American Red Cross:
A member of the Red Cross Home Fire Campaign team will follow up with you to schedule an appointment either over the phone, through a virtual conferencing platform, or by doorstep education. You may even meet an expert from our own Bradley-Prosperity Volunteer Fire Department who will help ensure your home is safe.
Don't hesitate. Shore up your home today!
Christian Martine, candidate for the House of Delegates, is committed to supporting firefighters across the state. Christian will work to:
Make medical coverage for all cancers common to firefighters presumptive so firefighters can seek service-related care without years of bureaucratic claims.
Invest in an in-person treatment facility for drug addiction so that first responders can transport people addicted to drugs to a place for recovery rather than back to an unhealthy environment.
Modernize firefighter pension cost of living adjustments to be based on today's living wage, rather than what minimum wage was decades ago.