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Joining Ezras Nashim’s crew is deeply rewarding and lifesaving at once. Besides tending to women’s medical needs, you are helping them handle their incident with emotional ease.

Did you know you can join our dedicated volunteer crew with or without training? Here’s how.

EMT Training

If you’d like to become a qualified EMT and help women in both emergency and non-emergency situations, you can enrol in an EMT training by one of our partners. It takes time, commitment and heart.

By committing to volunteering for Ezras Nashim after the training, you may be eligible for significantly subsidized EMT training.

Basic Training

If you want to learn basic CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) and AED (Automated External Defibrillator), our own EMTs offer curbside training throughout the year.

You can bring this into schools, doctor offices, community centres. It’s suitable for adults and children.

To arrange private training for your own group, inquire here.

Other Volunteering

There are ways to get involved and help Ezras Nashim, sans the time and brainwork of medical training. If you have the heart, you have the how-to!

Some of our volunteers

Give women dignity
in an emergency

Donations are always appreciated
but see above for valuable ways to get involved.

Ezras Nashim is a 501(c)3
Legal name: Chasdei Devorah Inc. DBA Ezras Nashim.
EIN number: 34-2006065
Address: 1716 56th St. Brooklyn, NY 11204

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We treat emergencies big and small. You can also call us for non-emergency home-visits, such as for pre- or post-surgery, postpartum, terminal illness, blood pressure monitoring, pain management etc. to ensure your concerns are handled with discretion, and without delay.
Our state-of-the-art Type II ambulance is equipped with all basic life support (BLS) equipment, including the more specialized hydraulic (electric) stretcher. Between 2-4 EMTs accompany each patient transport.
Her husband called the local emergency service. Three men arrived without delay, but for Rachel, their presence was heavy and overwhelming. The anxiety made breathing more difficult. Luckily, she remembered where she’d saved the number of Ezras Nashim. Within minutes, female EMTs showed up. Calming, reassuring and understanding. “The women coaxed me into concentrating on my breathing and calming me down,” recounts Rachel. “They were wonderful, patiently explaining what was happening all the way to the hospital and staying on with me for a couple of hours. I’ll be forever grateful to Ezras Nashim.” Rachel, Brooklyn, NY.
She saved Ezras Nashim’s number to her speed dial, hoping she wouldn’t need it. She wasn’t even sure why she did that, but she did know that, if she had the super quick birth she dreaded, she didn't want a man rushing in to catch the baby. “That would’ve been traumatic for me. In any case, I didn’t dream it would get to that.” Famous last words. When labor came on heavily at home, she speed dialed Ezras Nashim. "The dispatcher was calm, patient and reassuring. Within minutes, two incredible lifesavers appeared at my house, turning the bathroom into a hospital room. I cannot even describe the professionalism they displayed. My baby Rivka’le came so fast, but they were faster. To have personally witnessed and experienced Ezras Nashim in action is a gift." And that was just the beginning. The way they expertly took care of the newborn, swaddled her and handed her to an emotional Chani, brought to her mind Shifra and Puah, the Jewish midwives. "Your selfless, dedicated women came into my life to create a miracle and you quietly slipped out when you were done.” Chani, Brooklyn, NY.
She says her worst fear was fainting and waking up to a group of men treating her. So she dialed Ezras Nashim fast. Within minutes, their ambulance was on the way. Ortal did pass out, but Ezras Nashim members were there to treat her. “They made sure I felt safe, respected and covered at all times — as they got me into the ambulance and while transporting me to the hospital. They didn’t leave my side for a minute, assuring me they’d be there in case I’d pass out again. That knowledge really calmed me down.” But what really moved her, was that the EMTs later reached out to check how she felt or if they could help further in any way. “That was unbelievably sweet and thoughtful and really made me feel engulfed in their compassion. Thank you for your professionalism and care.” Ortal, Brooklyn, NY.