CRR Short Course

Introduction to the Home Fire Risk Map 2.0


Online Course

Starting Date

Open Enrollment


1 Hour



About the course

This course covers a brief overview of the Red Cross Home Fire Campaign, details about home fire risk, information about the development and validation of the 3 different risk models, how to use the Home Fire Risk Map, and a few additional resources available for free from the Red Cross.

Practical approach

We understand the critical role the fire service professionals play in protecting their community. Our training is designed to provide skills in a practical approach.

Impact your community

Training and strategies shared on our focus to education, equip and engage the nationals fire service. Together, let’s protect our communities with confidence. The knowledge earned allows our students to immediately make an impact in their community. 

For your career

Stay ahead of the curve and elevate your professional development with CRR Academy. Join our instructors today, leaders in the field with years of experience as subject matter experts, and unlock a deeper understanding of the CRR process. 

Course Lessons

Monica Owens Doyle

Monica Owens Doyle is the National Program Manager of Community Preparedness and Resilience Services at the American Red Cross. After serving two terms of service with AmeriCorps*National Civilian Community Corps and supporting Hurricane response and recovery in 2004 and 2005, Monica accepted a position as a Client and Community Recovery Specialist with the American Red Cross working across Southern Mississippi and Southeast Louisiana. In 2012, the Obama Administration recognized Monica as a White House Champion of Change for her work in community preparedness and resilience building after Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi and Louisiana. Monica’s team manages the Red Cross’ nationwide Home Fire Campaign and the agency’s expansion into wildfire home safety visits. Her interests lie in fulfilling the Red Cross mission by preventing human suffering due to disasters and supporting community risk reduction efforts. She holds a degree in Anthropology and Biology from the University of Georgia and is a certified project management and nonprofit professional with a graduate certificate from Louisiana State University. Monica resides in Ogden, Utah with her husband, three children, and lovable rescued black lab.