A responsive platform for connecting with hard-to-reach populations
Located by high foot traffic essential services in hundreds of municipalities across the US, Volta’s highly visible stations are uniquely positioned to disseminate critical information to hard-to-reach and vulnerable community members. Volta’s team works collaboratively with local officials to deploy their alerts, broadcasting real-time dynamic information.
Developed and launched in collaboration with city officials
The Volta Response System was first deployed in Huntington Beach, California where Volta’s team worked closely with city officials and first responders to kick-off the program. It was launched quickly and at no cost to taxpayers to help them educate their community about COVID-19. The system is designed to be turnkey, and easily activated at the request of first responders and health officials.
From our first email to Volta, to getting our signage on the stations and in front of difficult to reach populations, it was so simple.
– Firefighter Eric Blaska, Paramedic/Public Information Officer (PIO), Huntington Beach, Orange County, California
I spent 20 plus years overseeing 911 call centers. The Volta Response System’s ability to reach people can be an instrumental part of our most urgent priorities, whether warning people of an active shooter, or locating a missing child.
– Commander Ben Horner (Ret.), Union City Police Department, Alameda County, California
We look forward to speaking with you about the critical messages you need distributed throughout your community and how we can help – firstname.lastname@example.org.