Community Responder Vouching Process
AMAC takes safety and security seriously, and has a rotating Safety Team responsible for reviewing the applications of every individual who is interested in signing up to be a Community Responder, based on the types of support being offered.
For example, someone that offers getting groceries doesn't need to be vetted as much as someone providing mental health services.
Currently, when someone signs up to be a Responder, their info is sent to the Safety Team for review, and two vouches are needed for the Responder to be entered into the AMAC database.
If further references or information is needed, a Safety Team member will reach out to the potential Responder to follow up.