Life Line Ambulance

Giving Back to Our Communities

Life Line Ambulance is committed to making the communities we serve the best places to live and work.  These are a few of the many events to which Life Line team members commit our time, services and efforts:

  • Life Line Ambulance is a founding member of Yavapai Helpline, Inc. which is a resource referral center for the social services available in Yavapai County.  The organization’s goal is to blend compassion, empathy, and technology to efficiently and effectively connect those in need with resource assistance available in Yavapai County.

  • Host free Ted E. Bear clinics at schools and agencies. The Ted E. Bear clinic is an educational and informative clinic designed to show children between the ages of 4 and 8 what medical personnel do when they’re called to a home or school. This helps reduce fear when emergency personnel are called to help someone they know.
     
  • Donated ambulances to Suchitoto Mexico and Caborca Mexico
     
  • Donated ambulance to Yavapai College to assist Yavapai College’s Emergency Medical Services program
     
  • Donate First-Aid supplies such as bandages, antiseptic towlettes and gloves to the Prescott Valley Little League
     
  • Participate in the “Every Fifteen Minutes” program, which is a program that offers real-life experience without the real-life risks of the hazards of alcohol-related and texting while driving collisions sponsored by Bradshaw Mountain High School and the Prescott Valley Fire Department.  Life Line also participates in the “Every Fifteen Minutes” program sponsored by the Williams Police Department
     
  • Life Line Ambulance provides ambulance standbys at the annual Whiskey Row Marathon. 

  • Life Line supports Big Brothers/Big Sisters
     
  • ADOT highway clean up adopt a mile of White Spar Road in Prescott.  Life Line Ambulance employees are doing their part to keep Prescott beautiful. 

  • Participate in the American Cancer Society’s Walk for Life
     
  • Participate in numerous career day festivities for middle and high schools and for clubs
     
  • Provided first aid services for the traveling Vietnam Veteran Memorial 

  • Participate in the Prescott, Williams and Wickenburg holiday parades 

  • Participate in local parades
     
  • Recognized by the Wickenburg Community Hospital with a Community Service Award
     
  • Donated medical supplies to project Medishare to help those injured in the 2010 Haitian earthquake.

  • Designated one of only four distribution organizations in the state for the “Toddler Information Kept for Emergencies”, or TIKE, sticker program held in conjunction with the Professional fire Fighters of Arizona and Blue Cross Blue Shield