The Town of Stratford has created a voluntary registry for Stratford residents who have a medical or special need that requires preparation before, during and/or after an emergency due to certain conditions.
STRATFORD ALERTS APPLICATION
What is STRATFORD ALERTS!?
A registry for Stratford residents who have a medical or special need that requires preparation before, during and/or after an emergency due to certain conditions, including:
- Use of life support systems such as oxygen, a respirator/ventilator, dialysis, a pacemaker, or are insulin dependent
- Limited mobility or difficulty walking
- Blind or visually impaired, deaf or hearing impaired, or other sensory condition
- Speech, developmental, or mental health disabilities
- Use of service animals
Why Should I Sign Up?
By registering for STRATFORD ALERTS!, you will be put in a notification system that will allow Town officials to alert you before, during, and/or after an emergency. Information is also shared with first responders so that they will know of your need prior to arriving on scene should you ever require emergency assistance. Note: enrolling does not guarantee that you will get help first during an emergency or that you will be provided a certain level of care or service.
How Do I Join?
To enroll yourself or anyone else for whom you have a legal responsibility simply complete, sign, and submit the attached form. The Stratford Health Department will send an annual reminder to request updated information.
All information collected through this registry is protected and is only used during an emergency by the Town of Stratford Emergency Personnel.
You can email your completed application to [email protected] or mail or drop off at any of the following locations:
Stratford Health Department: 468 Birdseye Street, Stratford, CT 06615
Baldwin Senior Center: 1000 W Broad Street, Stratford, CT 06615
If you have questions or need further information, please call 203-385-4090. The application packet is available in other languages and alternate formats.