The Take Me Home program is sponsored by Fulton County Prosecutor Scott Haselman, Sheriff Roy Miller and the Fulton County Board of Developmental Disabilities. The program consists of a database of individuals who may have trouble communicating their name and where they live – such as individuals with autism, Down syndrome, non-verbal individuals with cognitive disabilities or senior citizens with dementia or Alzheimer’s.
The Take Me Home database contains a photo, identifying characteristics and contact information. It is a valuable tool for law enforcement agencies as well as families and caregivers.
In the event a person is lost or separated from their loved ones, a search of the database based on the individual's name, phone number or physical characteristics will allow law enforcement personnel to match their Take Me Home record to their contact information.
Registration is free and simple. For more information, contact the Take Me Home coordinator, or you may fill out our Take Me Home Registration Form (PDF) and turn it in, with a photograph, to the Sheriff's Office or the Board of DD. If a current photograph is unavailable, one can be taken, free of charge, at the Sheriff's Office or at the Board of DD.