Child Passenger Safety
Program Goals and Objectives
In collaboration with the Butte-Silver Bow Fire Department, child passenger safety car seat clinics are conducted on a monthly basis. Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians on staff at the Health and Fire departments assess car seats, checking for correct installation, and whether the seat is proper for the child’s weight and age. Technicians also check for recall information, expiration dates and more. Car seats are also provided at no cost for those in need. Clinics are funded through grants, donations and fund-raisers. In FFY22, 44 car seats were inspected, and 24 seats were donated to those in need.
Car Seat Clinics
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 11am-2pm at the Uptown Fire Station. Installations are in the back of the fire station on Galena St.
Walking Away: the Killoy Family
In July of 2012, Amber and her two twin daughters were returning home from a camping trip, when their world, quite literally, flipped upside-down. Brought to you by Buckle-Up Montana; video by 5518 Designs.