Crawford County Sheriff’s Office announces assistance program for elderly, handicap residents
Posted to Crawford County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page
CRAWFORD COUNTY, Kan. – The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office announces a program to help residents that are elderly, handicapped, high risk or have limited transportation, get the bare essentials they may need.
The Sheriff’s Office posted the following details to social media:
“As of today we are starting the Crawford County Sheriff Assistance Program. We recognize that we have citizens throughout the county that are limited from travel and are not able to pick up the bare essentials that they may need. This unprecedented COVID-19 Virus outbreak has presented challenges for everyone to get basic food and medical items, especially our friends and neighbors that are elderly, handicapped, high risk to the COVID-19 Virus, or limited transportation available. I feel that it is our duty to reach out and assist these members of our community in their time of need. If you or anyone else could use this service, please contact the Sheriff’s Office at 620-724-8274 for details.”