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Firefighters Survive Alive! will be undergoing renovations and closing our facilities beginning December 1, 2015. We will not be hosting presentations at our facility during this time. We will be reopening in the Spring of 2017! Questions? Please contact Public Educator Vincent Randolph at (317) 327-6707.
The Firefighters Survive Alive! program educates primarily children!
SurviveAlive.com is a state-of-the-art educational fire safety website that features interactive videos, games, comics, and a downloadable fire safety curriculum for educators.
The Survive Alive Village is a hands-on educational facility that utilizes a two-bedroom home environment and simulated fire and smoke to give visitors the life-saving skills and experience to escape the perils of a fire. The educational programs are designed for children of all ages, but especially for those in the second grade.
The Survive Alive Village offers the following activities:
- Classroom training at Survive Alive Village provided by a real Marion County Firefighters;
- Practice to escape from a simulated fire situation in the Survive Alive house at Survive Alive Village with 911 telephone training to learn how to report a fire or other life-threatening emergency; and
- Evaluation and testing of what child participants learned and retained.