The Old Town Police Department is pleased to sponsor the “Good Morning Project” program. This program is designed to assist Old Town senior citizens or adults with disabilities living alone in the community. The goal is to assist these people so that they can continue living an independent lifestyle. “Good Morning Project” will aid in eliminating many concerns families may have about loved ones that live alone. The program provides the security of knowing that the family member will have a source of daily contact. This program is free.
Upon completing an application and upon its approval, a representative from the Old Town Police Department will call daily, between 8 AM and 10 AM, to say “good morning”. If contact cannot be made by telephone, a police officer will go to check the welfare of the participant.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Who is eligible?
Any Old Town residents may be eligible for this program if they are a senior citizen who is 60 years or older, are living alone, or an adult with disability living alone. A short application must be completed and a waiver signed. This will provide us with some basic information about the participant.
Is there any charge for this program?
No. This program is a free service provided by the Old Town Police Department.
How can I participate in this program?
Call, fill out application online, or stop by the Old Town Police Department and complete an application.
What if I have a Lifeline?
This program compliments Lifeline or any other service you may already participate in. Lifeline and these other services trigger immediate assistance in an emergency.
Are you interested?
If you are interested in this program, or know someone who might benefit from the
“Good Morning Project” program, please contact us or follow the link to fill out an application
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