TRIAD Partners Focus on Outreach

Douglas County TRIAD Partners Focus on Senior Program and Event Outreach
Posted on 08/10/2021
Douglas County TRIAD Partners Focus on Senior Program and Event Outreach

Minden, NV- Douglas County TRIAD, a volunteer service organization, combines a cooperative agreement between community agencies, organizations, and community members at large. Formed in February 1996, Douglas County TRIAD commits work towards one goal of enhancing the quality of life for our Senior Citizens in Douglas County.

TRIAD empowers senior citizens to become more involved in community programs, including crime prevention programs, educational seminars, and community events.

Free programming for the public includes the Good Neighbor Program, Senior for a Day, Senior Education Seminars, The File of Life, Smoke Detector Assistance, Senior I.C.E. Program, Care Trak System, and The Community Care System. 

Upcoming community events for seniors include everything from weekly senior lunches and Senior Center outings to enrollment in Citizens Law Enforcement Academy in September and attendance at the TRIAD Dinner in December.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is just one of many participating partners. “We are highlighting the unique programs and events Douglas County has to help meet the needs of those within our senior community,” said Douglas County Sheriff Coverley. “By working hand in hand, TRIAD educates, supports, and unites residents to existing services and allows us to see what needs still need to be met.”

More information and updated monthly event calendars can be found on the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office website. To enroll in any TRIAD programs or learn more about community events call (775) 782-9900 or visit