This “info expo” education program will focus on the impact of safety and security as we “age in place” in our community. Our featured speakers are Rural Metro Battalion Chief John Walka, Sheriff’s Department Deputy Rosebeck and Tim Rollins and Sue Stensel of the Pima County Sheriff’s Volunteer Auxiliary Watch.
Information tables will be available with a variety of home safety and senior security resources — including senior lock box program, lifeline alerts, consumer fraud, internet safety, locks and safes, and home security.
The community is invited to this important educational program.
SNAP looks forward to seeing you on Monday, May 6, from 2 – 3:30pm at the Lutheran Church of the Foothills Activity Room (Craycroft and Territory).
Questions? Call the SNAP line: 520-437-9556 or email:
Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program is focusing its next education program on Senior Safety and Security.