To combat the problems, they went from six full time employees to three part time, moved into the fire house, dropped their van service and went to a more volunteer basis.
"The community needs an ambulance service and we don't have the financial ability to provide a fully professional ambulance service so, if it weren't for volunteers we would not have an ambulance service" said Chief Scott Rummings.
It has been six months since the changes were made and Rummings says they are working.
"We financially are in a better state then we have been in for at least the last 10 years" he said.
March 1, residents will receive information on the services membership drive.
The drive brings in the funding the service uses for the entire year.
"Short term we would like to add 1 more part time employee to cover our shifts that we have open" said Rummings.
Long term, they would like to hire more employees and move back into their own building.
For more on Rescue Hose and Ladder visit their website.