How It Works

Paul Jetter
Founder & Executive Director

Families Currently Enrolled in Project Lifesaver®

The Project Lifesaver®, Int’l (PLI) – Safely Back Home™ (SBH) garments are designed to serve as an additional layer of protection for current Project Lifesaver® clients. Families are able to order the PLI-SBH garments by visiting the PLI Website Store under Clothing – Project Lifesaver/Safely Back Home, and completing the Order Form. PLI-SBH garments are available as high quality, tag-less: polos, t-shirts, fleece, sweatshirts, hoodies and hats. The garments are offered in several popular colors.

Customized Garments for Organizations Special Customized Garments for Organizations

Schools and Camps

In addition to everyday activities, the Safely Back Home™ garments are especially useful for Class Trips and Camp Field Trips. We offer custom printing of the school or camp’s logo-graphic on the front of the garments and the emergency contact phone number on the sleeve, with the Safely Back Home™ logo. The school or camp can also elect to have the individual’s family phone number or 911 imprinted on the garment.

Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Centers; Adult Day Care Centers, At-Home Care Services

The Safely Back Home™ garments may be printed with or without the facility’s/company’s logo. The organization’s emergency phone number is printed on the shirtsleeve. Or, if preferred, the family’s emergency contact phone number or 911 may be imprinted on the garment.

On Site Printing of Favorite Older Garments/Mailing in Favorite Older Garments for Printing

Custom printing of an individual’s favorite “worn” clothing items (shirts, sweatshirts, winter jackets, pajamas, hats, etc.) can be printed on site, or at one of our public printing events (locations to be announced). Favorite “worn” clothing items will be professionally imprinted with emergency contact phone number(s).

“Worn” Clothing Printing Can Be Done Immediately By Shipping To:

Safely Back Home
37 Main Street
Sparta, NJ 07871

Serving all 50 States, Including All New Jersey Counties!

Serving families and facilities in which wandering is a problem. These include individuals with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Autism, Down’s Syndrome, and other Developmental Disabilities.

Safely Back Home is honored to be one of the partners of Project Lifesaver, International.

Families select the graphic-personalized phrase they prefer (3-English; 2-Spanish), choose the garment color and size.
The family’s Project Lifesaver® Agency’s emergency 24-hour phone number, and Project Lifesaver® ID# are imprinted onto the sleeve of the garment. Should your family member wander and become lost, the public can assist in the rescue by calling the Project Lifesaver® phone number and referring to your family member’s ID# imprinted on the garment. Upon receiving the call, Project Lifesaver® coordinates the prompt rescue.

Safely Back Home Enrollment Form

Thank you for taking the initiative to be a part of the Safely Back Home Program

Safely Back Home™ is an innovative program that provides additional peace of mind to families and caregivers of people who wander. The Safely Back Home™ patent-pending process uses ID information imprinted on personal garments to help the public and the police assist an individual who has become lost.

The Safely Back Home™ Program was developed in response to a need to provide assistance to individuals who are incapable of providing identifying information in situations where they become lost.

When an individual who wanders and appears lost is wearing a Safely Back Home™ imprinted garment, the concerned person who notices them can quickly contact HPD with location details and a rescue ensues.

The Safely Back Home™ program enables police and first responders to understand how to communicate effectively with your family member, allowing your family member to remain calm during their rescue.

Families/Caregivers provide medical and personal information about the family member. All information remains confidential and privacy protected. Wherever your family member is wandering (in NJ/USA) – police departments are able to electronically share this information in coordinating the rescue.