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Mon, Jul 10

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JITC Community Center -Details post RSVP

Traumatic Injury First-Aid Workshop

Support our community by learning how to apply First-Aid in the event of an emergency involving traumatic injuries. With traumatic injuries, a few minutes of effective bleed control can make all the difference. We want you to know how to use our Bleed Control Kits. Gain your FREE training here.

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Traumatic Injury First-Aid Workshop
Traumatic Injury First-Aid Workshop

Time & Location

Jul 10, 2023, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

JITC Community Center -Details post RSVP, City Park, Denver, CO, USA

About The Event

This event is FREE. Donations to the ADOM Project are appreciated and encouraged in order to help them continue and expand their important work. Any donations submitted via registeration will be received by the ADOM Project in full.

We are grateful to have medical volunteers from the ADOM Project visit our community to share their expertise. As part of the workshop they will be training attendees in how to use their Bleed Control Kit

The ADOM PROJECT was started by a group of medical students/ medical professionals who came together and are applying their previous medical experiences and knowledge to prepare communities for G-D forbid violent hate crimes against shuls and yeshivas when all else fails. “We must remain PROACTIVE & not REACTIVE when it comes to saving the lives of our community” is their motto.

The goal of the organization is to equip Shuls and Schools with specialized* public access bleed control kits which include the latest in bleed control device technology. Their *Bleed control kits have been specially developed in partnership with NORTH AMERICAN RESCUE INC®️

The kits they provide are equipped to handle the worst situations and are equipped to control extreme hemorrhage, one of the leading causes of death in traumatic injuries. The moments before help arrives are critical, and these can be vital to saving lives.

In addition, the Adom Project’s certified volunteers are collaborating with local Hatzolah’s to provide quality training at no cost. Training will be made available to schoolteachers, Shul members, and all other available hands, creating vital team assets in case of an emergency.

The focus of the project is to place these kits in as many schools, synagogues, and all other religious institutions as possible. They personalize kits to suit each establishment. Ordering kits is easy and inexpensive. With the help of the public, they can provide lifesaving tools and training to communities in the event of an attack. God forbid.

Learn more about the ADOM Project here.

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