YELLOW DOT CONTINUES TO GROW!
More than 2500 people have signed up since the program started only a few months ago. And the very positive response to the free Moore County Yellow Dot Program continues.
Now more fire department locations for signing up. Whispering Pines, Cypress Pointe (Vass) and Robbins locations have been added most recently. You now can go to eight fire departments throughout the County. And, Pinehurst Fire Department now has every-Saturday hours, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm.
See all Fire Department Locations.
More organizations are hosting special sign-up events. The schedule for the upcoming months is being developed now, including more Saturday special sign-up events. And, people are telling people about this life-saving program.
The primary objective of Yellow Dot is to sign up as many residents, as soon as possible.
Everyone needs Yellow Dot because anyone can be in a vehicle crash or other roadside emergency and not be able to communicate when First Responders arrive. This could be an injured parent with children, or an individual driving alone in a vehicle.
The Yellow Dot information in your glove compartment speaks for you when you cannot speak for yourself or your family. You don’t need to have a medical condition to need Yellow Dot.
Signing up is easy! Your photo is taken, you fill out an information form, and you get a Yellow Dot Folder and Decal for your vehicle. None of your information is retained. And there are no questions about medical insurance numbers, social security number, or birth date.
See Yellow Dot articles in The Pilot, Seven Lakes Times, Aberdeen Times, Pinestraw magazine, and OutreachNC magazine. And see us on Facebook.
Want to print and fill out an information form before going to a sign-up location? Click Information Sheet.
Have questions? Please try Questions and Answers and Yellow Dot Brochure. Thank you to our sponsors.
The Yellow Dot Program would like to work with organizations interested in hosting a sign-up event. Contact us here.