The Washington Township Volunteer Ambulance Corps was established in 1957, and has served the Pascack Valley region as a volunteer emergency medical service. The organization continues to provide free healthcare for those in need.
Why join WTVAC?
Help your neighbors in your spare time
Know what to do in an emergency
The Washington Township Volunteer Ambulance Corps provides pre-hospital care in medical and trauma emergencies and work closely with police, fire, and advanced life support (ALS) personnel.
Who we are
Our members are ordinary people just like you, with full-time jobs and families. We are your neighbors that volunteer our spare time to ensure that Washington Township and surrounding towns have emergency ambulance coverage at all times.
We also have an active youth membership program, which encourages high school students to gain experience early and learn more about the emergency medical services. Young members are also eligible to apply for scholarships through the NJ First Aid Council. Contact us for more information.
What YOU can do to help
Learn CPR: Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an essential skill to have in the workplace, home, and anywhere else. You could help save someone's life one day! Learn more at the American Heart Association website.
Volunteer your time
Learn more about how to volunteer your time, either for specific events or active duty. Contact us for more information.
WTVAC is a member of the Pascack Valley Mutual Aid Group , which includes the Township of Washington, Westwood, Hillsdale, Emerson, Tri-Boro (Park Ridge, Woodcliff Lake, Montvale), River Vale, and Old Tappan.