Finding out a member of our community is coping with a cognitive disorder is upsetting and can cause exceptional sadness and stress for their family. The Sherman Police Department wants to help alleviate some of the family’s stress by implementing Project H.E.L.P. The Sherman Police Department’s intention is to partner with community members, and their families, that have been diagnosed with cognitive disorders and assist them during medical emergencies and crises. When a community member is enrolled in Project H.E.L.P. and is reported as missing and/or in danger, the Sherman Police Department will assist in locating the enrollee as quickly as possible. This is so the enrollee can receive quicker assistance (medical or otherwise) as needed and be returned safely to their family and place of residence.
For more information:
The application can be downloaded, completed, and then brought to the Sherman Police Department for further processing. At that time, a photograph will be taken of the enrollee and a release form will be signed. (download application form)
The application can also be completed online. After submitting the online information, plan to visit the Sherman Police Department to further complete the process. At that time, a photograph will be taken of the enrollee and a release form will be signed. (online application form)