Chilliwack Search & Rescue volunteers are committed individuals who are available at a moment’s notice to come to someone’s aid in potentially hazardous terrain and situations. They continuously train, improving and advancing their skills.
Between 80 and 90 times a year they are called out to search for lost persons or to rescue those who are injured or trapped and cannot help themselves.
Being a member of Chilliwack Search & Rescue requires that you pass a recruitment training program, attend weekly training sessions, be available to respond to emergencies and annually devote over 300 volunteer hours.
Our Team recruits Members-In-Training (MITs) once every year or two. We will advertise via social media, our website and through our local media contacts when we open recruitment.