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    Programs that pay for or provide smoke detection devices which can be installed in homes, apartments or commercial buildings and which sound an alarm when fire breaks out and smoke comes into contact with the device.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Home Fire Preparedness CampaignProvides a home safety visit and demonstration of simple changes in the home to protect against fire. Checks and replaces batteries in existing smoke alarms, completes a home-safety checklist, and assists in preparing a home escape plan. Also, provides free in-home smoke alarm installation.West CentralAmerican Red Cross - Big Country BranchAmerican Red Cross - Serving Texas Big Country
    Hygiene ClosetProvides hygiene items to disabled and elderly such as: personal and household cleaning and sanitizing products, and basic first aid products. Also may provide: Face Masks, Hand Sanitizer, Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detectors, batteries, paper towels, toilet paper, underwear, laundry baskets and pill boxes.West CentralDisability in ActionDisability in Action
    Independent Living ServicesProvides goods and services to people with disabilities who reside in Texas and do not have a goal of employment. Case Managers will help assess insurance coverage. Program is payor of last resort. Many devices and servies are available to help someone with a disability conduct their activities of daily living. Examples of these include: ramps, home modifications, wheelchairs, hearing aids, walkers, prosthetics, grab bars, canes, flashing smoke alarms, physical therapy, orientation and mobility services for the blind, and many other goods and services.West CentralDisability in ActionDisability in Action
    Smoke-Detector ProgramProvides smoke detectors at no cost to elderly, physically challenged, or financially disadvantaged citizens of Abilene when supplies are available.West CentralAbilene Fire DepartmentCity of Abilene - Fire

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