Resources and Links

Mesothelioma Resources

First responders are at risk for exposure to many different hazards. is a resource for many who are affected by asbestos related sicknesses, specifically mesothelioma. This includes firefighters, but also veterans exposed in the military, contractors, and first responders who may have been affected in their workplace due to the extensive use of asbestos in old buildings and structures. They coordinate with many renowned medical institutions and regularly support cancer research.

National Volunteer Fire Council


 The National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) is the leading nonprofit membership association representing the interests of the volunteer fire, EMS, and rescue services. The NVFC serves as the voice of the volunteer in the national arena and provides invaluable resources, programs, education, and advocacy for first responders across the nation. 

Central Susquehanna Regional 9-1-1 System


The Beaver Springs Fire Company is dispatched through the Central Susquehanna Regional 9-1-1 System.  More information about 9-1-1, maps, and Right to Know info can be found on their website.

Columbia Southern University


The Beaver Springs Fire Company is pleased to be a Learning Partner of Columbia Southern University. As a member, this partnership provides a reduced tuition, plus many additional benefits like the convenience of all programs being offered in an online format.

The Learning Partner Program provides exclusive benefits to the members of the Beaver Springs Fire Company, as well as all spouses and children. Benefits of the partnership include:

  • 10% tuition discount on all classes and waiver of the Application Fee.
  • Textbooks provided at no cost.
  • Exclusive Scholarship Opportunities.
  • A complimentary evaluation of previously earned college credits and training/professional certifications for consideration of transfer credit.
  • Complimentary access to CSU Writing and Math specialists through the Student Success Center.