Offices that provide storage facilities which allow individuals who do not have a safety deposit box to place Wills, power of attorney documents, insurance papers, marriage and divorce certificates, military discharge papers and other important documents in safekeeping. Included are wills for safekeeping programs that provide a depository specifically for a person's original Will. Wills deposited in this manner remain on file until withdrawn by the individual who wrote the will or for purposes of probate. Wills in safekeeping status are not public records. Also included are organizations that maintain secure servers on which an unlimited number of important documents can be stored and accessed at any time from anywhere.
Programs that issue permits which provide written authorization for an individual to operate a motor vehicle on public roads and highways following successful completion of a written and/or driving examination and a vision test. These programs also renew driver licences that are about to expire, replace driver licences that are lost or stolen, and process name and address changes.
Programs that issue documentation that is designed to prove the identity of the person carrying it.
Programs that provide bracelets or pendants which contain information about the wearer's identity for older adults who have Alzheimer's disease or other similar conditions, for people who have severe developmental disabilities or are mentally ill, for children or for other individuals who may wander away from those responsible for their care and become lost.
The above terms and definitions are part of the Taxonomy of Human Services, used here by permission of INFO LINE of Los Angeles.