Secure, stable, and affordable housing is a necessary component for healthy aging for all. For LGBTQ adults who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, safe homes are especially important. Their experience of living through a time when living openly was not the norm and being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer was often misunderstood or worse. This led to harassment in their daily lives and the need for safety at home became essential. Currently, more than 2.7 million people over the age of 50 identify as LGBTQ, and their need for low- and moderate- income housing is significant. In February 2011, the San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Community Center did a study and found that, while the majority of those polled wished to remain in their own homes as they retired and aged, if that were to no longer be an option, 90% preferred LGBTQ-specific housing, and 94% preferred living alongside other LGBTQ adults.

Seeing this need, advocates, non-profits, and municipalities have begun to create LGBTQ-supportive housing across the country. Triangle Square, located in Los Angeles, CA, was the first affordable housing complex in the nation focusing on the needs of LGBTQ members. It was developed by McCormack Baron and opened in June 2007 and serves a population age 62 and over. It works in conjunction with the Los Angeles LGBT Center for Senior Services to provide recreational, community, and health services to its residents.

A few years later, complexes in Chicago, IL and Philadelphia, PA were established. Town Hall Apartments in Chicago, IL, opened in August 2014. It had over 400 applicants for just 79 units. In 2016, 63% of the residents lived below the poverty line. A senior center located in the complex provides programming and services, including a full-time social worker and on-site property manager that is sensitive to the needs of transgender residents.

The John C. Anderson Apartments in Philadelphia, PA opened in 2014 to residents aged 62 and older. Its developer, Pennrose, utilized thoughtful marketing, held community meetings with LGBTQ leaders, and sent updates via community mailing lists to make sure LGBTQ seniors were aware of the project and able to apply for housing.

More recently, 55 Laguna St, located in San Francisco, CA, opened in March 2017. It offers 40 apartments and coordinates programming with the Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center, located next door at 65 Laguna St. Both organizations were projects of Openhouse, a support and advocacy organization aimed at serving the needs of LGBT seniors in San Francisco.

Ohio has made its own strides in providing safe and equitable housing for LGBTQ seniors. A Place for Us in Lakewood, OH, just outside of Cleveland, opened in the fall of 2016. It was the first senior housing facility in Ohio marketed to be LGBTQ friendly, creating a community that embraces everyone. And last summer, Pennrose partnered with the Northsiders Engaged in Sustainable Transformation (NEST) to announce the development of the John Arthur Flats, Cincinnati’s first LGBTQ-friendly, affordable, senior housing community. It is slated for completion in June 2022 and has begun accepting applications.
Not to be left out, the redevelopment of the Dayton Arcade, an historic complex of buildings, utilized McCormack Baron as the property management company of the Art Lofts residences. McCormack Baron, involved in the nation’s very first LGBT affordable housing complex with Triangle Square, manages several properties aimed specifically at serving LGBTQ populations. All its properties, however, operate according to LGBTQ-inclusive guidelines.

Developers like Pennrose and McCormack, that partner with LGBTQ community organizations and utilize LGBTQ-inclusive guidelines are a significant step in the right direction to help provide safe housing for elder members of the LGBTQ population, but that is not the only way to help ensure safety for that population. Organizations that provide culturally responsive training are also crucial in helping educate community providers.

Sadly, many organizations that engage with older adults don’t have extensive experience addressing needs specific to the LGBTQ community. This can result in members of those populations receiving subpar care or treatment, even rising to the level of discrimination, which creates fear and can lead to members of those populations avoiding medical care or hiding their identities.

Programming like SAGECare, nationally, and Rainbow Elder Care, locally here in Ohio, provide advocacy, educational resources, support, and referral services to the elder LGBT community and straight allies. “When providers can understand the pervasive stigma and discrimination folks they serve have lived through, it can be a powerful emotional lesson and a truly eye-opening experience” said Hilary Meyer, founder of SAGECare. As a result of these trainings, agencies are likely to take steps to be more sensitive to LGBTQ clients and residents. They are likely to reconsider their marketing to be more inclusive and welcoming to LGBTQ populations. Last, and most importantly, agency and staff awareness of unique life experiences, needs, and preferences of LGBTQ clients is increased, leading to better outcomes for LGBTQ populations.

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Secure, stable, and affordable housing is a necessary component for healthy aging for all. For LGBTQ adults who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, safe homes are especially important. Their experience of living through a time when living openly was not the norm and being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer was often misunderstood or worse. This led to harassment in their daily lives and the need for safety at home became essential. Currently, more than 2.7 million people over the age of 50 identify as LGBTQ, and their need for low- and moderate- income housing is significant. In February 2011, the San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Community Center did a study and found that, while the majority of those polled wished to remain in their own homes as they retired and aged, if that were to no longer be an option, 90% preferred LGBTQ-specific housing, and 94% preferred living alongside other LGBTQ adults.

Seeing this need, advocates, non-profits, and municipalities have begun to create LGBTQ-supportive housing across the country. Triangle Square, located in Los Angeles, CA, was the first affordable housing complex in the nation focusing on the needs of LGBTQ members. It was developed by McCormack Baron and opened in June 2007 and serves a population age 62 and over. It works in conjunction with the Los Angeles LGBT Center for Senior Services to provide recreational, community, and health services to its residents.

A few years later, complexes in Chicago, IL and Philadelphia, PA were established. Town Hall Apartments in Chicago, IL, opened in August 2014. It had over 400 applicants for just 79 units. In 2016, 63% of the residents lived below the poverty line. A senior center located in the complex provides programming and services, including a full-time social worker and on-site property manager that is sensitive to the needs of transgender residents.

The John C. Anderson Apartments in Philadelphia, PA opened in 2014 to residents aged 62 and older. Its developer, Pennrose, utilized thoughtful marketing, held community meetings with LGBTQ leaders, and sent updates via community mailing lists to make sure LGBTQ seniors were aware of the project and able to apply for housing.

More recently, 55 Laguna St, located in San Francisco, CA, opened in March 2017. It offers 40 apartments and coordinates programming with the Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center, located next door at 65 Laguna St. Both organizations were projects of Openhouse, a support and advocacy organization aimed at serving the needs of LGBT seniors in San Francisco.

Ohio has made its own strides in providing safe and equitable housing for LGBTQ seniors. A Place for Us in Lakewood, OH, just outside of Cleveland, opened in the fall of 2016. It was the first senior housing facility in Ohio marketed to be LGBTQ friendly, creating a community that embraces everyone. And last summer, Pennrose partnered with the Northsiders Engaged in Sustainable Transformation (NEST) to announce the development of the John Arthur Flats, Cincinnati’s first LGBTQ-friendly, affordable, senior housing community. It is slated for completion in June 2022 and has begun accepting applications.
Not to be left out, the redevelopment of the Dayton Arcade, an historic complex of buildings, utilized McCormack Baron as the property management company of the Art Lofts residences. McCormack Baron, involved in the nation’s very first LGBT affordable housing complex with Triangle Square, manages several properties aimed specifically at serving LGBTQ populations. All its properties, however, operate according to LGBTQ-inclusive guidelines.

Developers like Pennrose and McCormack, that partner with LGBTQ community organizations and utilize LGBTQ-inclusive guidelines are a significant step in the right direction to help provide safe housing for elder members of the LGBTQ population, but that is not the only way to help ensure safety for that population. Organizations that provide culturally responsive training are also crucial in helping educate community providers.

Sadly, many organizations that engage with older adults don’t have extensive experience addressing needs specific to the LGBTQ community. This can result in members of those populations receiving subpar care or treatment, even rising to the level of discrimination, which creates fear and can lead to members of those populations avoiding medical care or hiding their identities.

Programming like SAGECare, nationally, and Rainbow Elder Care, locally here in Ohio, provide advocacy, educational resources, support, and referral services to the elder LGBT community and straight allies. “When providers can understand the pervasive stigma and discrimination folks they serve have lived through, it can be a powerful emotional lesson and a truly eye-opening experience” said Hilary Meyer, founder of SAGECare. As a result of these trainings, agencies are likely to take steps to be more sensitive to LGBTQ clients and residents. They are likely to reconsider their marketing to be more inclusive and welcoming to LGBTQ populations. Last, and most importantly, agency and staff awareness of unique life experiences, needs, and preferences of LGBTQ clients is increased, leading to better outcomes for LGBTQ populations.

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Secure, stable, and affordable housing is a necessary component for healthy aging for all. For LGBTQ adults who came of age in the 1960s and 1970s, safe homes are especially important. Their experience of living through a time when living openly was not the norm and being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer was often misunderstood or worse. This led to harassment in their daily lives and the need for safety at home became essential. Currently, more than 2.7 million people over the age of 50 identify as LGBTQ, and their need for low- and moderate- income housing is significant. In February 2011, the San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Community Center did a study and found that, while the majority of those polled wished to remain in their own homes as they retired and aged, if that were to no longer be an option, 90% preferred LGBTQ-specific housing, and 94% preferred living alongside other LGBTQ adults.

Seeing this need, advocates, non-profits, and municipalities have begun to create LGBTQ-supportive housing across the country. Triangle Square, located in Los Angeles, CA, was the first affordable housing complex in the nation focusing on the needs of LGBTQ members. It was developed by McCormack Baron and opened in June 2007 and serves a population age 62 and over. It works in conjunction with the Los Angeles LGBT Center for Senior Services to provide recreational, community, and health services to its residents.

A few years later, complexes in Chicago, IL and Philadelphia, PA were established. Town Hall Apartments in Chicago, IL, opened in August 2014. It had over 400 applicants for just 79 units. In 2016, 63% of the residents lived below the poverty line. A senior center located in the complex provides programming and services, including a full-time social worker and on-site property manager that is sensitive to the needs of transgender residents.

The John C. Anderson Apartments in Philadelphia, PA opened in 2014 to residents aged 62 and older. Its developer, Pennrose, utilized thoughtful marketing, held community meetings with LGBTQ leaders, and sent updates via community mailing lists to make sure LGBTQ seniors were aware of the project and able to apply for housing.

More recently, 55 Laguna St, located in San Francisco, CA, opened in March 2017. It offers 40 apartments and coordinates programming with the Bob Ross LGBT Senior Center, located next door at 65 Laguna St. Both organizations were projects of Openhouse, a support and advocacy organization aimed at serving the needs of LGBT seniors in San Francisco.

Ohio has made its own strides in providing safe and equitable housing for LGBTQ seniors. A Place for Us in Lakewood, OH, just outside of Cleveland, opened in the fall of 2016. It was the first senior housing facility in Ohio marketed to be LGBTQ friendly, creating a community that embraces everyone. And last summer, Pennrose partnered with the Northsiders Engaged in Sustainable Transformation (NEST) to announce the development of the John Arthur Flats, Cincinnati’s first LGBTQ-friendly, affordable, senior housing community. It is slated for completion in June 2022 and has begun accepting applications.
Not to be left out, the redevelopment of the Dayton Arcade, an historic complex of buildings, utilized McCormack Baron as the property management company of the Art Lofts residences. McCormack Baron, involved in the nation’s very first LGBT affordable housing complex with Triangle Square, manages several properties aimed specifically at serving LGBTQ populations. All its properties, however, operate according to LGBTQ-inclusive guidelines.

Developers like Pennrose and McCormack, that partner with LGBTQ community organizations and utilize LGBTQ-inclusive guidelines are a significant step in the right direction to help provide safe housing for elder members of the LGBTQ population, but that is not the only way to help ensure safety for that population. Organizations that provide culturally responsive training are also crucial in helping educate community providers.

Sadly, many organizations that engage with older adults don’t have extensive experience addressing needs specific to the LGBTQ community. This can result in members of those populations receiving subpar care or treatment, even rising to the level of discrimination, which creates fear and can lead to members of those populations avoiding medical care or hiding their identities.

Programming like SAGECare, nationally, and Rainbow Elder Care, locally here in Ohio, provide advocacy, educational resources, support, and referral services to the elder LGBT community and straight allies. “When providers can understand the pervasive stigma and discrimination folks they serve have lived through, it can be a powerful emotional lesson and a truly eye-opening experience” said Hilary Meyer, founder of SAGECare. As a result of these trainings, agencies are likely to take steps to be more sensitive to LGBTQ clients and residents. They are likely to reconsider their marketing to be more inclusive and welcoming to LGBTQ populations. Last, and most importantly, agency and staff awareness of unique life experiences, needs, and preferences of LGBTQ clients is increased, leading to better outcomes for LGBTQ populations.

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Washington

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Washington Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE & TTY: 866-363-4276
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

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Montana

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Montana Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 844-277-9300

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North Dakota

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

North Dakota Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 855-462-5465, Option 2 (toll free)
Online Reporting System

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Minnesota

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Minnesota Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities as well as institutional abuse:

PHONE: 844-880-1574 (toll free)
TTY (in Minnesota): 711

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Wisconsin

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Wisconsin Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

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Iowa

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Iowa Dependent Adult Abuse Program
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-362-2178
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

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Missouri

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Missouri Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-392-0210
TDD: 800-735-2466

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Illinois

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Illinois Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors:
PHONE: 866-800-1409
TTY: 888-206-1327

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Indiana

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Indiana Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-992-6978
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

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Ohio

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Ohio Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 855-644-6277
Click here for a map of county reporting numbers.

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Pennsylvania

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Pennsylvania Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-490-8505
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

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New York

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Bureau of Adult Services of the New York State Office of Children & Family Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 518-402-6513

Adult Services Help Line:
PHONE: 844-697-3505

LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

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Vermont

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Vermont Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-564-1612
AFTER HOURS: 800-649-5285
FAX: 802-871-3318
ONLINE FORM: Form

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Maine

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Maine Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-624-8404 (24-hours a day)
TTY Maine Relay: 711
TTY AFTER-HOURS: 207-287-3492

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Texas

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Texas Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-252-5400
TTY: 800-735-2989
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices
ONLINE FORM: Form

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New Mexico

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

New Mexico Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 866-654-3219

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Arizona

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Arizona Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 877-767-2385
TDD: 877-815-8390
ONLINE FORM: Form 

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California

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

California Adult Protective Services
To report abuse, call this number 1-833-401-0832 and when prompted enter your 5-digit zip code to be connected to the Adult Protective Services in your county, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

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Nevada

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Nevada Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 888-729-0571 (Statewide)
PHONE: 702-486-6930 (Las Vegas / Clark County)

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Utah

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Utah Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 801-538-3567
PHONE: 800-371-7897
ONLINE FORM: Form

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Colorado

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Colorado Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities or to Report Institutional Abuse:
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

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Kansas

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Kansas Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-922-5330

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Oregon

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Oregon Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 855-503-SAFE (855-503-7233)

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Idaho

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Idaho Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 208-334-3833
PHONE: 800-926-2588
E-MAIL: icoa@aging.idaho.gov

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Wyoming

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Wyoming Adult Protective Services
PHONE: (307) 777-7564
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

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Nebraska

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Nebraska Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-652-1999

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South Dakota

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

South Dakota Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 1-833-663-9673

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Arkansas

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Arkansas Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-482-8049

Louisiana

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Louisiana Adult Protective Services
Report incidents of abuse, neglect, and exploitation involving adults ages 18 to 59 at apsreporting@la.gov or the toll free number at 800-898-4910.

Report incidents of abuse, neglect, and exploitation involving adults 60 and older to Elderly Protective Services at 833-577-6532.

Mississippi

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Mississippi Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
Vulnerable Persons Hotline: 844-437-6282
PHONE: 800-345-6347 then choose prompt #2
PHONE: 601-359-4500 then choose prompt #2

Alabama

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Alabama Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-458-7214
PHONE: 334-242-1350
E-MAIL: aps@dhr.alabama.gov

 

Georgia

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Georgia Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 888-774-0152
PHONE: 404-657-5250
FAX: 770-408-3001
ONLINE FORM: Form

South Carolina

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

South Carolina Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 1-888-CARE4US (1-888-227-3487)

North Carolina

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

North Carolina Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:

Tennessee

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Tennessee Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 888-277-8366
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

Kentucky

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Kentucky Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 877-597-2331

West Virginia

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

West Virginia Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-352-6513
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

Virginia

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Virginia Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 888-832-3858
LOCAL OFFICES: List of Local Offices

Maryland

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Maryland Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 800-332-6347
TTY: 800-735-2258

Alaska

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Alaska Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: (907)-269-3666
FAX:   907-269-3648
ONLINE FORM: Form

Puerto Rico

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Puerto Rico Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
Report Institutional Abuse:
PHONE: 787-721-8225

New Jersey

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

New Jersey Adult Protective Services
609-588-6501
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities by County
BROCHURE: Fact Sheet

Delaware

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Delaware Adult Protective Services
Statewide: 800-223-9074; (Administration Main office: (302) 255-9390)

New Castle County: (302) 391-3500;
Fax: (302) 424-1346;

Kent/Sussex Counties: (302) 424-7310
Fax number (302) 424-1346
To Report Institutional Abuse, Call:
(877) 453-0012

Hawaii

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Hawaii Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
Oahu: 808-832-5115
Kauai: 808-241-3337
Maui/ Molokai/Lanai: 808-243-5151
East Hawaii (Hilo/Hamakua/Puna): 808-933-8820
West Hawaii (Kau/Kona/Kohala/Kamuela): 808-327-6280

Michigan

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

Michigan Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 855-444-3911

District of Columbia

Are you concerned someone you love or care about may be the victim of abuse? Don’t be silent. Report it now. All calls are confidential.

To Report a case in your area call:

District of Columbia Adult Protective Services
Report Abuse of Seniors or Adults with Disabilities:
PHONE: 202-541-3950

Report Institutional Abuse:
PHONE: 202-434-2140
PHONE: 202-442-5833