The Wanderer program assists with people who have Alzheimer's Disease.
A family member fills out a from with information about the patient and immediate family to contact if there is a problem and submits a current photo, so that if the person does wander, the Police Department could refer to the picture to try and help identify the person.
Brochures are available at the Police Department or the Lincoln Center.
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Police Department 933 Michigan Avenue Stevens Point, WI 54481 Phone: (715) 346-1500 Email the Department
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