In the event of a death, Summit County provides support services to family and friends of the decedent. Services can include counseling, emotional support, financial assistance for burials, advocacy, help with paperwork and referrals for other types of assistance.
Support Services Staff
Support Services staff are trained professionals from a variety of fields, including medicine, mental health and law enforcement. The team is committed to providing sincere and compassionate support at pace you're comfortable with. We maintain the highest level of confidentiality. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Zombie Walk Fundraiser
Come celebrate Halloween at the third annual Cemetery Tour and Zombie Walk, Friday, Oct. 26, on Frisco's Main Street. All proceeds from the event support the Survivor Support Program.
8-10 p.m.: Start at the Frisco Cemetery to meet historic souls from Frisco’s past, followed by the Zombie Walk down Main Street at participating bars and restaurants.
10:30 p.m. - close: The evening culminates at the Moose Jaw with live music and a Celebrity Zombie Costume Contest. Dress up as the zombie version of your favorite celebrity - live, dead or undead! Live music will be provided by the John Truscelli Band.
Our partners at the Town of Frisco are hosting Nightmare at the Museum from 5 to 8 p.m. Enjoy a macabre reception at the Frisco Schoolhouse Museum and explore the Frisco Historic Park by lantern. Light refreshments and treats will be provided.
Tickets are $30, including Cemetery Tour and three drinks at participating restaurants. Tickets for the Cemetery Tour only are $10 (only $5 for seniors 65+).
Purchase tickets online now. Tickets are also available at the door at Ollie's Pub and Grub and the Frisco Schoolhouse Museum, starting at 5 p.m. on Oct. 26.
A $5 donation is suggested for participation in the Celebrity Zombie Costume Contest.