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Senior SAFE Program

A grant program for fire departments to teach fire safety to seniors.
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Senior SAFE is a grant program that supports fire and life safety education for seniors. Seniors have a high risk of dying in a fire. Fire and burns risks for seniors include: cooking, smoking, home oxygen use, and electrical and heating dangers.

Senior SAFE also aims to improve safety in senior housing. Programs include:

  • smoke and carbon monoxide alarm installation
  • testing and replacing batteries
  • installation of house numbers
  • heating limiting devices on stoves
  • in-hood stove fire extinguishers
  • nightlights

Education is key to improving the safety of seniors at home. Senior SAFE creates partnerships between agencies that serve seniors and fire departments. Together, these agencies collaborate on local fire and life safety education programs.

FY 2019 S.A.F.E. and Senior SAFE Grants

Read the full press release announcing the FY '19 Fire Education Grant Awards

Here's a list of FY '19 S.A.F.E. and Senior SAFE Grant Awards

 Apply for the S.A.F.E (Student Awareness of Fire Education) & Senior SAFE Programs

 

FY 2018 S.A.F.E. and Senior SAFE Grants and Year-End Report Form

Here is a list of FY 2018 S.A.F.E. and Senior SAFE grants.

As part of the contract for S.A.F.E. and Senior SAFE, fire departments agree to submit the year-end reports by the due date. Your FY'19 application is incomplete if any year-end reports are missing.

The FY 2018 Year End Report is due January 31, 2019.

The fire department must also report all fire incidents through June 30, 2018 before grant funds are released.

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