ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS RESIDENTS OPEN THEIR PANTRIES TO HELP OTHERS IN NEED

Residents of Atlantic Highlands heard the call and opened their pantries to help others in need as part of the Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad’s Santa Runs 2016. In keeping with tradition, the Squad asked residents to donate non-perishable food items...
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ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS FIRST AID & SAFETY SQUAD CADETS MEMBERS TRAIN TO SAVE LIVES

Members of the Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad Cadets spent five hours on a recent Sunday morning learning skills that one day could help them save a life. While many of their counterparts were still sleeping, the Cadets were up early learning how to...
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WHAT MAKES THE AHFAS SPECIAL?

A Little History Since 1930, the Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad has been providing around-the-clock emergency medical and rescue services to the residents of Atlantic Highlands and surrounding towns. The AHFAS has been nationally and regionally...
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WHAT WE ASK OF YOU

What Does It Take To Be A Member Of The Award-Winning AHFAS? No training is necessary. We just ask for a personal commitment of your time and a willingness to lend a hand. Once you’ve gone through the membership process - outlined in the membership guidelines - ...
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WHY VOLUNTEER?

There Are Many Reasons to Volunteer - Do You Have What It Takes? Are you ready to make your community stronger? Are you willing to sacrifice some of your free time, time usually spent with family and friends, to help change the life of an another? Are you prepared for...
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Welcome to the online home of the award-winning, all-volunteer Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad, where you'll be able to find the latest news involving the squad and around the EMS world, 24/7.

We’ve been around since 1929 and staffed by dedicated volunteers, who give their time to deliver free, around-the-clock emergency medical and rescue services to the borough. Indeed, 2015 marks our 85th year in service.

We respond to everything from minor falls, cuts, skinned knees, broken arms and car crashes.

Think it’s all blood and guts? Think again.

While squad members occasionally do handle those sorts of calls, a majority of our emergencies do not involve blood, guts or even ugly stuff. However, what every call does involve is our passionate members providing an essential, high-quality service to the community.

Take a moment to look around, click through to some of the links, and meet some of the men and women who make the AHFAS what it is today. More important, see how you can become a part of this dynamic organization and give back to your community.

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Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad added 3 new photos — with Maha Elgohail and 3 others.Saturday, January 14th, 2017 at 3:38pm

Testing, testing, testing.
A good group of members from the AHFAS, Fair Haven Fire Dept. Station 13-1 and Highlands First Aid took time out of their day off today to spend it building their emergency vehicle driving skills.

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Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety SquadThursday, January 12th, 2017 at 10:15am

Did you know it was National Blood Donor month?

Here's how you can help: http://bit.ly/2jbFJsP

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Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad shared US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly's photo.Monday, January 9th, 2017 at 5:21am
Katherine Silkin Thank you! Rescheduling the ol' haircut appt!
Andrew Maccarone Michael Toth just fyi.
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Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety SquadSunday, January 8th, 2017 at 6:33pm

How are those resolutions working out?

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Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad shared City Fire Equipment Company's photo.Sunday, January 8th, 2017 at 3:13pm

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Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 10:01am
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