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CSRE is a Richmond metro area based organization dedicated to enriching the community by providing quality education on emergency and safety preparedness.​

The number one cause of preventable death after injury is bleeding. For this reason, everyone in our community should know how to STOP THE BLEED®.

A bleeding injury can happen anywhere. In fact, we’ve seen it in our homes, in our community, and in the news. Life-threatening bleeding can happen while cooking, working in the yard, or from injuries sustained in serious accidents or disasters.

Community Safety & Response Educators (CSRE) wants you to move from witness to immediate responder with the confidence that you know how to STOP THE BLEED®.

During this community focused course, you’ll gain the ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding and act quickly and effectively to control bleeding. Become empowered to make a life or death difference the next time a bleeding emergency happens.

CSRE offers the STOP THE BLEED® course free of charge to the community. While instructors volunteer their time to instruct the course, a suggested honorarium of $5.00 per student is welcome to help defray the cost off course materials and equipment wear.

While the STOP THE BLEED® course is offered regularly in the CSRE Classroom, located on Parham Road between Broad Street and I-64, if you would like our instructors to bring this course to your group or organization, please complete the form below.

STOP THE BLEED® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency. All rights reserved. © DoD. The American College of Surgeons’ STOP THE BLEED® program is operated pursuant to a licensing agreement granted it by the Department of Defense.

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