PORT CHARLOTTE, FL – Today, the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office has announced it’s newest initiative known as the Senior Outreach Program which will create an opportunity for those over 60 years of age, disabled, or living alone with little to no contact with others, a way to engage with the community. Stemming from an abundance of senior referrals, there was an apparent need for a means to connect with seniors.
This program will assist in ensuring the safety and well-being of our senior citizens who may be lonely and in need of assistance.
We are hopeful this program will assist us in connecting with those who are the most difficult to reach, enabling us to deliver helpful resources to enhance the well-being of those enrolled.SHERIFF BILL PRUMMELL
Weekly phone calls will be made to those enrolled in the program by volunteers who have been trained by our mental health professional to deliver resources to those in need. We believe this program will be an asset to the community by delivering a friendly voice on the other side of the phone, and preventing unfortunate and preventable situations for seniors.
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For more information on how to apply or to enroll your loved one, contact Community Affairs (941) 575-5345 or (941) 639-2101. For more on the latest updates from the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office visit https://ccsoblog.org.