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Johns Hopkins CARES Safety Center Request Form

Please fill out this form to request a CARES Safety Center visit to your neighborhood!


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Designated Parking for the CARES Safety Center:
The CARES Safety Center is 40 feet long and 15 feet wide and it must be stabilized on a flat concrete surface (preferably a parking lot). If you plan to have our vehicle park on a street, you must first obtain a permit from the City to block off traffic from that street. If you plan to have the vehicle park in a parking lot, no permit is needed.

Space Consideration
Please keep in mind that the CARES Safety Center is about 40 feet long and 15 feet wide. It must be stabilized on a flat concrete surface (i.e. parking lot). If parked on a main road, you must obtain a City permit to block traffic from that street. Will there be space available to accommodate this vehicle?   

Request Policy
All request forms must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the event.  Requests submitted less than 30 days prior to the event may not be considered. You will be notified of the CARES Safety Center’s availability within 2 weeks of your request.

Fees & Donations
No fees are charged for events within Baltimore City. For events outside the City, a $250 fee will be charged. Donations are always accepted and are greatly appreciated as we are a not-for-profit service provided through grants support and donations.

Questions?  Contact Us:
Phone: (410) 955-4121 
Fax: (410) 614-2797

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Trauma Care & EMS

The morning of July 20, 2004, Connie was driving her usual route to work on a scenic, two-lane, winding road in the horse country of Virginia, when a young man driving the opposite way fell asleep at the wheel and crashed head-on into her car.  At that moment, Connie’s life depended on the U.S. trauma system. 


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