Safety

Got 5?   Magnet and Postcard available in the SAPC office.

What is Got 5?   List five contacts you can call for assistance, and place on your refrigerator for quick reference. Suggested contacts: Nearby neighbors and friends; At least one family member.

If you are incapacitated and emergency and law enforcement personnel are in your home, they know to look for your “Got 5” contacts list.  They will notify one of your contacts that you are having issues. 

Don’t have a Got 5? magnet or postcard?  Download a printable version here, or pick one up the next time you visit our office in the Bailey Community Center, 83 Main Street, Bailey, CO.

Peaceworks / Mountain Peace Shelter: 303-838-7176 office. 24 hr. Hotline: 303-838-8181. Mt. Peace Shelter provides short-term emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and other relationship violence.  

 

Empowerment Services Program, offering advocacy, referrals, court accompaniment and other services. www.mountainpeacde.org

Victim Assistance, Park County Sheriff’s Office: 303-816-5912. To reach a victim advocate 24/7 call 719-836-4121, then press 5. Victim Services works in conjunction with law enforcement deputies to respond to crime victims and family survivors in cases of crimes against persons. Victim Advocates provide crisis intervention, information, follow-up support and referrals as required by the Colo. Constitutional amendment for victim rights.

Fire Adapted Bailey: Fire evacuation planning for the senior population- classes in collaboration with the Platte Canyon Fire Department and Seniors Alliance of Platte Canyon, links to evacuation plan templates and information. www.info@fireadaptedbailey.org

Burland Resident's Firewise: wwwburlandhomeowners.org. Look for the Firewise tab and contacts. 

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