Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain today (Friday, May 22, 2020) announced the addition of a “COVID-19 Community Needs Form” to the homepage of the Kane County Sheriff’s Office website, KaneSheriff.com.
Kane residents who may be quarantined due to their increased susceptibility may request additional support from sheriff’s deputies by completing the short electronic form anchored on that page.
Examples of some of these requests include food support, well-being checks, care packages, and any other personal-need impact COVID-19 has placed on the quarantined individual.
The Sheriff’s Office will then coordinate with community and governmental partners to fulfill these requests.
Over the last three months, deputies have provided additional support for the homeless, delivered senior care packages, and networked with more than 70 businesses in Kane County to gain their compliance with the governor’s executive orders.
“As restrictions lift, some of our community may still need to quarantine,” Hain said in the news release. “(The Sheriff’s Office) has provided this option as just one more measure of public service.”
“I hope that all of our citizens will not hesitate to rely on these services as we all work through this severe public health issue together,” Hain said.
SOURCE: Kane County Sheriff’s Office news release