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Sagadahoc Sheriffs Department 

For emergencies, call 911


Phone: 207-443-8201

752 High Street Bath, ME 04530

File of Life

The File of Life program provides a small, red packet that has a pouch for an information sheet and a magnet on the back that allows attachment you a refrigerator. The purpose of the program is to provide emergency responders with essential and sometimes critical medical information. They are trained to look for the File of Life packet on the refrigerator.

Things that are included are medical conditions, medications, allergies, emergency contacts, personal physician name, insurance information, and more. If you'd like to receive a packet, please email us.

Sagadahoc Sheriff's Department Daily Telephone Check-in Program

Do you live alone? The Good Morning Program might help provide peace of mind and it’s free and local. Call the Sagadahoc County Sheriff's Department 443-8201 to register. Upon completion of the application, you call the department each day by 10 a.m. (at a number they will provide) and leave a message saying you are ok.  If they haven’t heard from you by then, they will call you and if they can’t reach you, they will come to your home to make sure you are o.k. This free service is available to Georgetown seniors who live alone.

The Wandering Person Program

Provides a network of critical real time information including a photograph to Law Enforcement, which assists in locating individuals prone to wander due to Autism, Alzheimer's, Dementia or other mental/ medical conditions. Click here for more information.

Georgetown Fire Department and Emergency Management Services
For emergencies, call 911

Non-emergencies: call 371-2772

What To Do In Case Of An Emergency

  1. Dial 911

  2. Provide the dispatcher with the exact location of the emergency as well as the nature of the emergency.  

  3. Remain on the line until help arrives. 

  4. In the event of a medical emergency, turn on any outside lights and secure animals. 

  5. Gather a list of all medications taken by the sick or injured person and wait for responders. 

  6. in the event of a fire, immediately evacuate the location of the fire.  Do not return to a burning building.  Gather all occupants in a central area and wait for responders. 

      Provided by our Fire Department

Important Hotline Telephone Numbers

  • Child Abuse Hotline: 800-452-1999

  • Elder Abuse Hotline: 800-624-8404

  • Northern New England Poison Control Center: 800-222-1222

  • Information on construction, traffic delays, and road condition: 5-1-1


House Numbering Program

Age-Friendly Georgetown has partnered with our Fire Department to place easily visible house numbers to assist emergency personnel in locating homes. For more information click here.


Elder Abuse 

Elder abuse can take many forms: financial exploitation, emotional/psychological, physical, sexual, neglect, and more.  Fortunately, there are lots of resources to help!

  • If someone is in immediate danger, call 911. 

  • Maine Adult Protective Services:  1-800-624-8404

    • Call if you suspect someone is being harmed or at risk of being harmed.

  • To join efforts to prevent elder abuse, check out the Maine Council for Elder Abuse Prevention, including our local group, the Merrymeeting Bay Triad.  Link here

  • To learn more about transitional safe housing for older abuse victims, or to have someone do a presentation about elder abuse to your group, call the Elder Abuse Institute of Maine: 207-805-3708 or visit the website here: EAIME

  • Another ​​helpful resource dealing with Elder Abuse is A Helping Voice. This is a "warm line" that can help a person determine if they or someone else is experiencing elder abuse. Call 207-805-5555. This link has more information.

  • 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

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