The Howland Township Police Department is introducing a program intended to check the well-being of Howland Township residents who qualify. If enrolled in the program, you will receive a phone call on designated days and times which will be determined during the application process.


Who qualifies for this program?

  • Persons 60 years of age or older (May be waived under special circumstances).
  • Living within Howland Township.
  • Living alone or with someone not able to provide care-giving services.
  • Physical condition making the subscriber susceptible to injury or accident.
  • No life threatening illnesses or severe medical problems. This program is NOT designed or intended to take place of home health care.

How can You or a Loved one Register:

  • Meet the above described qualifications for this program.
  • Call the Howland Township Police Department at (330) 856-5555. We will schedule an appointment for a representative from the Department to come to your home for an interview and to further explain the Are You OK?  Program.
  • Come to the Howland Police Department to complete the Eligibility Application.
  • Sign the Agreement and Waiver of Claims form.
  • Go to Howland Township’s Website (www.howlandtownship.org) and download the forms. Print and complete the Agreement and Waiver of Claims form and the Participation Application and mail them to the Howland Township Police Department located at 169 Niles-Cortland Rd. NE. Warren, Ohio 44484 or Fax Form to (330) 856-5075.
  • The Chief of Police or his designee will determine the eligibility of the applicant.


Are you OK? Program consists of three categories:

1. “Call In” Program – This program is for a senior citizen who may live alone. The senior citizen will decide on the day and time he/she will call the police department. If the senior citizen does not call during the designated time, the police secretary or volunteer will make a phone call to check on the resident. If the resident does not answer the phone, a police officer will be sent to the residence to check on the senior citizen.

2. “Senior Call” Program – This program is for senior citizens who elect to be put on a call list. On the designated days and times (Usually Mondays @ 9:00am) the police department will call the senior citizen’s home to check on his/her welfare. If no contact is made, a police officer will be sent to the residence to check on the senior citizen.

3. “Elderly Watch” Program – This program is for the elderly who may need our help more than others. These senior citizens may not have family to check on them or provide assistance. A member of the police department will visit the senior citizen once a week to make sure he/she is okay.

Program Application Agreement and Waiver Form

Police Department Links

Police Contact

169 Niles Cortland Rd N.E.
Warren, Ohio 44484-1937
Bus: 330.856.5555
Fax: 330.856.5075
Emergency: 911
howlandtownship.org/police