Senior contact program

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The Crime Prevention Unit offers the senior contact program for individuals who live alone and don’t have a caregiver checking in or visiting on a regular basis. Program participants will receive a brief telephone call at a predetermined time every day (usually between 9-11 a.m.) to ensure the person is okay. 

In order to qualify for the senior contact program, you must be able to identify two emergency contacts who reside in Kelowna and have keys to your home. 

Emergency contacts must be in possession of the applicant's house key.
I do hereby request that a member of the Kelowna RCMP volunteer program contact me by phone on a daily basis (Monday-Friday, excluding holidays). If I am going to be away for an extended period of time, I will advise the Community Policing Office. I understand that from time to time the Community Policing office may be closed and therefore wellness checks will not be conducted. I will not hold the City of Kelowna, RCMP, its employees or any RCMP volunteers responsible for anything untoward should they be unable to conduct wellness checks. My participation in the Senior Contact program is solely at the discretion of the Kelowna RCMP.
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