How to Save a Life

Diamond Hill Center
6:00 PM
8:00 PM

Neighborhood Centers are teaming up with the Lynchburg Fire Department and Centra Trauma Services, to offer hands-only CPR classes to neighborhood residents. Each quarter, the Fire Department will travel to a different neighborhood center to teach residents how to save a life in a medical emergency–by learning how to stop bleeding and provide hands-only CPR, until EMS arrives. The interactive training sessions are offered at no cost to participants and are designed to teach how to save a life in the community, home or workplace. The first session will be held at the Diamond Hill Neighborhood Center on Tuesday, 1/21 at 6:00 pm.