The goal of this public safety program is to “locate missing person’s suffering from mental dysfunction disorders”, such as Alzheimers, Autism or Down Syndrome.
If you have a loved one who has a history of wandering due to a disorder, Project Lifesaver may be an option for you. Participants are selected on a case by case basis and once selected, are fitted with a Project Lifesaver wristband which allows for continual tracking by trained personnel.
If you have questions about Project Lifesaver, contact Sgt. Wiessinger at 608-849-2661.
Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)
DAIS provides “support and advocacy to victims of domestic abuse in Dane County”. All DAIS services are free and confidential.
If you need a safe place to stay, support, help with a restraining order or referrals to other services, call the 24-hour helpline at 608-251-4445 or 1-800-747-4045.
For more information, check out DAIS or send an email to: email@example.com.
- Rape Crisis Center: 608-251-7273
- Emergency Mental Health/Suicide: 608-280-2600
- Dane County Child Protective Services helpline: 608-261-5437 and 608-255-6067 (after hours)
- Elder Abuse Hotline: 608-261-9933
- Parent Stress Line: 608-241-2221
- UNIDOS Against Domestic Violence: 608-255-8582
- Outreach (LGBT): 608-255-8582
- Freedom Inc. (Hmong-Southeast Asian): 608-661-4088