Amador Lifeline, a program of the Amador-Tuolumne Community Action Agency- (ATCAA), is pleased to announce American Legion Post 108 Ambulance Service’s endorsement of the Amador Lifeline emergency response service. Amador Lifeline’s local service, although primarily used for medical emergencies, routes calls for fire and police services when a client pushes their personal help button or by the automated fall alert detection button.
Both American Legion Ambulance and Amador Lifeline serve clients in Amador and Calaveras County. Additionally, both programs provide the highest level of professional service and continue to demonstrate a strong personal commitment and investment towards the well-being of each community.
American Legion Ambulance Service once again has “stepped-up” to help Calaveras County’s most vulnerable citizens by providing to individuals who are in need of the Amador Lifeline service and whose monthly/yearly income is restricted funding to help underwrite a portion of their monthly fee.
If you have any questions or know someone in need of our service please contact our Amador Lifeline office at: 209 223-1485 ext. 232 Monday –Friday 10am-4pm. Please feel free to disseminate the attached short endorsement and program flyer to other agencies or departments.
Once again, we thank Al Lennox of the American Legion Post 108 and staff for his/their commitment to our communities. We are very grateful for the confidence shown through their endorsement of the Amador Lifeline program. We are all linked together by our love of community, county and of a country that allows us to demonstrate daily our commitment to the goodness and generosity towards others.