Project (Special Assistance For Emergency Response) helps people who experience intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD).
SAFER provides information to Clallam County First Responders.
SAFER creates inclusive encounters.
Care givers, community partners, family, and individuals provide vital information. SAFER shows ways to help on a form that honors HIPAA guidelines.
SAFER helps First Responders communicate, approach, and interact in an emergency.
Police, fire, and emergency responders learn ways to best help people who experience intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD).
The SAFER Kick-Off Event at the Clallam County Fair in Port Angeles was a great success! On hand were First Responders and people involved in Community Resource Programs as well as many emergency vehicles. To view images and a video, go to the Event, First Responders, and Video pages above.
This confidential form will be stored in a first responder data base in accordance with The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). This federal law protects sensitive patient health information from being disclosed without the patient's consent or knowledge. First responders will be able to access this information to better assist people with special needs. The form may be mailed, e-mailed, or handed in at different locations.
Project SAFER is a voluntary registration with local emergency first responders for Clallam County residents who experience intellectual/developmental disabilities (IDD).