Hecht reflects on impact of Emergency Support Coalition

Sister Bay-Liberty Grove Fire Chief Chris Hecht has seen the phone calls drop recently for help from the Door County Emergency Support Coalition, but his appreciation for what the group accomplished over the last 12 weeks has only grown.  Over 600 people from across the county have helped the Door County Emergency Support Coalition serve others navigating the changes the COVID-19 pandemic brought to the community. Whether it was helping businesses find needy families in need of a great meal or being an empathetic listener for people to talk to, Hecht is proud of what they have been able to accomplish.

Even though its efforts are winding down, Hecht says volunteers will still be available to help provide emotional support, answer non-emergency medical questions, and deliver groceries and medication.



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