The Special Needs Registry (SNR) is a database in Sevier County used to see who may need extra assistance in the event of an emergency or disaster.
- If you or someone you know can answer YES to any of the following questions, the SNR could be for you:
- Do you use life-supporting devices (oxygen, ventilator, feeding tube, etc) that require electricity?
- Have you had a stroke or a head injury?
- Do you suffer from dementia or Alzheimer's disease?
- Are you paralyzed in any way or bedridden?
- Are you dependent on an assistive device (walker or wheelchair) to move around?
- Do you suffer from mental illness (anxiety, depression, or schizophrenia)?
- Would you need special transportation in the event of a disaster or evacuation (4WD, ambulance or wheelchair accessible vehicle)?
- Do you use service animals to assist you in day-to-day activities?
Take the steps to prepare for a potential emergency situation by registering with the Sevier County Sheriff's Office for the SNR.
The Sevier County SNR is designed to track older adults or people living with disabilities who may require assistance in the event of a disaster or any emergency situation.
The SNR is voluntary, free, confidential and secure. The information is updated bi-annually.