Local resources to provide people with disabilities with critical information in the event of an emergency
TEL: (630) 548-2967
This voluntary program allows residents to provide first responders with critical facts about themselves or a loved one with developmental, intellectual, medical or physical disabilities who may require special assistance during an emergency.
TEL: (630) 420-6707
This system allows you to sign up to receive emergency community notifications on the device of your choosing. You can receive messages on a home phone, cell phone or through email.
TEL: (630) 682-7925
Protect DuPage is a source for official information from the DuPage County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (OHSEM). Information is periodically updated and is geared toward preparing you to respond to and recover from emergencies or disasters.
PulsePoint Respond reports cardiac emergencies to app users at the same time as the City’s Dispatch sends out an EMS team, so CPR or AED can be administered more rapidly and increase survival odds.
Smart911 allows citizens to provide details that 9-1-1 call takers may need in order to assist them during an emergency. With Smart911, anytime you make an emergency call from a phone registered with your safety profile, the 9-1-1 system recognizes your phone number and automatically displays your profile on the screen of the call taker who receives your call. Your safety profile can include family member information, photos, medical conditions or disabilities and much more.
The Special Needs Registry is a cooperative public safety program in Will County. It is designed to ensure the safety of those residents of Will County who are most vulnerable to emergencies and disasters, the elderly and infirmed and those with various disabilities.