Georgetown Community Center: 19 Old Schoolhouse Road. Warming; Food prep – bring oven food; ok to charge electronics ; water is available.
Georgetown Country Store: 769 Five Islands Rd. Call ahead 371-2106 to be sure it is open.
Woolwich Fire/Rescue: 13 Nequasset Rd. Showers, charging, warming 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily;
Sand for Seniors
The Sagadahoc County Sberiff’s Dept., as part of the local Triad program, will deliver a free bucket of sand to seniors. Call 443-8529, ext. 2.
Daily Telephone Check-in Program
Sagadahoc County Sheriff Department provides a daily call-in program to verify the safety of older or disabled residents.
Point of Contact: Brett Strout at 443-8292 http://www.sagsheriff.com
Elder abuse can take many forms: financial exploitation, emotional/psychological, physical, sexual, neglect, and more. It is a distressing situation when any older individuals, female or male, are subjected to this horrible crime. There is help:
Maine Council for Elder Abuse Prevention, including our local group Merrymeeting Bay Triad: Elder Abuse Prevention Information
Maine Adult Protective Services: 1-800-624-8404
Maine Association of Area Agencies on Aging: 1-877-353-3771
Legal Services for the Elderly: 1-800-750-5353 Maine Legal Services
Statewide Sexual Assault Crisis and Support Hot Line: 1-800-871-7741
New Hope for Women: 24 hour hotline: 1-800-522-3304 and New Hope for Women