Project Lifesaver helps families to protect members who may wander. These individuals can be equipped with a one-ounce wrist-transmitter that sends a radio signal that can be tracked up to a 2 kilometer radius.

The system operates 24-7, 365 days a year.
When notified by caregivers that an individual is missing, specially trained police officers use mobile tracking equipment to find them.

For more information, contact:
Victim Services Bruce Grey Perth

Application process:

  1. Applicants are screened to confirm they meet Project Lifesaver criteria
  2. Applicants complete Participant Application Form
  3. Upon acceptance into the program, applicants sign a Participation Agreement
  4. Caregivers are provided an orientation to the program and equipment


  • must live in Bruce/Grey/Perth
  • who move out of Perth County must withdraw from the program
  • must have a history of wandering and have been diagnosed by a physician or referred by a caretaking facility.

There is an annual fee for this program.

Working with Community Partners

Ontario Provincial Police

We are always looking for volunteers
and are grateful to our donors.