The Connecticut Department of Public Health recently designated the town of Orange a HEARTSafe Community.
The community of Orange recently applied through the DPH, Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program, providing the required documentation to qualify as a
Connecticut HEARTSafe Community. The HEARTSafe Program aims to help Connecticut’s cities and towns improve the chances that anyone suffering a sudden cardiac arrest will have the best possible chance of survival.
The town of Orange has met “The Chain of Survival” requirements and will receive formal recognition at the Town Hall, on Thursday, Nov. 15, at 9 a.m.
At that time, the DPH representative will present a certificate and letter from the Commissioner along with ten road signs promotion Orange as a HEARTSafe Community.