Take Me Home is a voluntary enrollment program run by the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office; first modeled by the Pensacola Police Department, for people challenged by disabilities which impede effective communication. Assistance may be required if the person is unable to speak, properly identify themselves, becomes disoriented, or acts in a manner that could be misinterpreted by first responders. Take Me Home receives a current digital photo, descriptive information, and caregiver contacts. Pinellas deputies can search the secure database search by name or description to assist a person with a communication deficit and return them to their loved ones. If a person is reported missing, deputies have immediate access to the image to expedite their search. All information is confidential, only to be utilized as a tool to ensure the safety of the enrollees. CRITERIA This is a voluntary and free program. Participants or their caregiver must be willing to submit two digital photographs every two years. The person enrolled must have a point of contact or guardian. The person enrolled must have a medical condition or developmental issues which impede effective communication. To enroll, please contact the Crime Prevention and Community Awareness Unit: 727-582-2222 .