MTFD Support Services is a vital part of the department. Based on the "Ladies Auxillary" of the past, these dedicated people provide drinks and food to the firefighters at scenes and training, assist with organizing special events like parades and fundraisers. If you are interested in serving your community through the fire department, but not interested in fighting fires, this may be for you. Contact MTFD Headquarters (812-294-1738)
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT: Because MTVFD is constantly striving to improve services to our community, we are opening our doors to host the “Community Access Program and Intranasal Naloxone Administration Training” event. This event will be presented by the Clark County Health Department, and it is open to all of the public. Currently, your fire department, police officers and EMS provider carries the overdose-intervention drug known as “Narcan”. This is a life-saving intervention that commonly has instant reversal effects on an overdose victim. The public is invited to attend this training, and upon completion you will leave with your own dose of the Narcan drug that you will be trained to use in the event that a family member, neighbor, or other loved one is effected by a drug overdose. MTVFD is committed to saving lives, and we invite you to join us as we come together to face the ever-increasing drug epidemic in our area.
This training will take place Monday, February 6th 2017 at 6:30PM at Monroe Township Fire Station 1, 315 S Ferguson St in Henryville.