PSA Protective Services for Adults is available without regard to income for people 18 years of age or older and who meet the following criteria:. If you feel someone may be in need of help you can make a referral; all information and sources is confidential. This unit provides information regarding Home Care assistance and long term care services. A Nurse and caseworker complete an assessment to determine how to best assist you.
Adult Protection - Adults at Risk of Harm - Moray Council
APS investigates allegations of physical and sexual abuse, caretaker neglect, exploitation and harmful acts collectively referred to as "mistreatment" and self-neglect of at-risk adults. APS offers protective services to improve the health, safety, and welfare of at-risk adult experiencing mistreatment or self-neglect. APS uses community-based services and resources, health care services, family and friends when appropriate, and other support systems while protecting the at-risk adult's right to confidentiality, self-determination, and least-restrictive intervention. Colorado operates as a state supervised, county administered system. The county department APS programs:.
Adult Protective Services
The Adult Protective Services program was established to investigate reports and provide intervention and protection to vulnerable adults who are victims of abuse, neglect or exploitation. APS field investigators operate out of the offices of county prosecutor throughout the state. APS Unit 15 serves Washington Lawrence, Crawford, and Orange counties and works with the respective prosecutors and law enforcement agencies in each jurisdiction. If the APS unit has reason to believe that an individual is an endangered adult, the adult protective services unit shall investigate the complaint or cause the complaint to be investigated by law enforcement or other agency and make a determination as to whether the individual reported is an endangered adult. To be eligible for service under this program an individual must be a resident of the state of Indiana, 18 years of age or older, physical or mentally incapacitated and reported as abused, neglected or exploited.