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ALABAMA

Alabama Facts and Stats
  • In Alabama, during 2004, Adult Protective Services investigated 4,754 reports of vulnerable adult abuse.
  • More than half of all investigations (53%) were substantiated, and one of every two victims was age 65 or older.
  • Most allegations in 2004 pertained to neglect (77%). Allegations were also made in connection with adult abuse (16%) and financial exploitation (15%).
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ALASKA

Alaska Facts and Stats
  • In Alaska, during fiscal year 2001, adult protection caseworkers received over 1,000 reports of abuse/neglect, conducted over 751 investigations, and provided 139 referrals.
State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community 1-800-478-9996 or (907) 269-3666
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care 1-800-730-6393 or (907) 334-4480
  • File a Complaint Online
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ARIZONA

Arizona Facts and Stats
  • In Arizona, during 2003, Adult Protective Services investigated 8,040 reports of vulnerable adult abuse. More than a third of the reports (3,015) were found to be substantiated.
  • Of the reports substantiated, 307 involved abuse, 2,257 involved neglect, and 451 involved exploitation.
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Arizona Elder Abuse Hotline 1-877-SOS-Adult (1-877-767-2385) or (602) 674-4200
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ARKANSAS

State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community 1-800-332-4443 or 1-800-482-8049
  • E-mail: Carolyn.singleton@arkanas.gov
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    • Office of Long Term Care Investigations: 1-800-582-4887
    • In Pulaski County: 501-682-8425
    • Fax: 501-682-1967, Attention Complaint Unit
    • E-mail: complaints.OLTC@arkansas.gov
    • Arkansas Domestic Violence/Battered Women Hotline: 1-800-332-4443
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CALIFORNIA

California Facts and Stats
  • In California, during state fiscal year 2003, Adult Protective Services' average active elder caseload totaled 13,771, representing 70 percent of the total APS cases.
  • The APS elder/adult caseload during calendar year 2000 totaled 83,671.
State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community 1-888-436-3600
  • Local Elder Abuse Reporting Numbers
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    • Long Term Care Ombudsman 1-800-231-4024
    • Attorney General's Bureau of Medi-Cal Fraud and Elder Abuse 1-800-722-0432
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COLORADO

Colorado Facts and Stats
  • In Colorado, during fiscal year 2002, Adult Protective Services received approximately 6,500 reports of adult abuse, neglect and exploitation. Of that number, 4,824 (74%) were active cases.
  • Over three-quarters of Colorado's adult protective services clients are aged 60 and older.
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CONNECTICUT

Connecticut Facts and Stats
  • In Connecticut, during state fiscal year 2004, adult protective services caseworkers provided services to 3,745 persons living in the community, as well as support to 530 residents of long term care facilities.
State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-888-385-4225
  • Local Elder Abuse Reporting Numbers
    2-1-1 (in Connecticut) or 1-800-203-1234
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    1-866-388-1888
  • Connecticut Medicare Home Health Hotline
    1-800-828-9769
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DELAWARE

State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Delaware Abuse Hotline
    1-800-223-9074
  • Mobile Crisis Intervention Unit
    1-800-652-2929
  • Delaware Helpline
    1-800-464-4357
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

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FLORIDA

Florida Facts and Stats
  • In Florida, during fiscal year 2001, the Florida Abuse Hotline received 39,516 reports of abuse and neglect. Almost three-fourths of the allegations/reports involved people over 60.
  • In fiscal year 2002, 123 older Floridians 60+ years were sheltered by the state's certified domestic violence centers, and 1,331 were served in outreach.
State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Florida Abuse Hotline
    1-800-96ABUSE (1-800-962-2873)
  • Florida Elder Help Line
    1-800-963-5337
  • Florida Domestic Violence Hotline
    1-800-500-1119
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GEORGIA

Georgia Facts and Stats
  • In Georgia, during the first six months of fiscal year 2005, Adult Protective Services handled over 500 calls a month regarding vulnerable adult abuse.
State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    Georgia APS Central Intake Unit: 1-888-774-0152
    Within Metro Atlanta calling area: (404) 657-5250
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    Georgia Office of Regulatory Services: 1-800-878-6442
    Within Metro Atlanta calling area: (404) 657-5728
    Long Term Care Ombudsman: 1-888-454-5826
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GUAM

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HAWAII

State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • East Hawaii: (808) 933-8820
  • Kauai:(808) 241-3432
  • Maui, Molokai, Lanai: (808) 243-5151
  • Oahu: (808) 832-5115
  • West Hawaii: (808) 327-6280
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IDAHO

Idaho Facts and Stats
  • In Idaho, during 2001, the Idaho Commission on Aging received 3,031 reported allegations of abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
  • The reports of maltreatment fell into four main categories: self-neglect (37%), abuse (29%), exploitation (19%), and neglect (15%).
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-877-471-2777
  • Local Elder Abuse Reporting Numbers
    2-1-1 Idaho CareLine
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    (208) 334-6626
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ILLINOIS

Illinois Facts and Stats
  • Illinois estimates over 76,000 of its citizens may be elder abuse victims. Eight thousand cases of alleged abuse are reported to Adult Protective Services annually, according to state data.
  • In Illinois, over half of all reports allege financial exploitation; about one in four reports allege physical abuse; 45 percent allege active or passive neglect; and 45 percent allege emotional abuse.
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INDIANA

Indiana Facts and Stats
  • Indiana is the only state in which adult protective services is a criminal justice function. Full-time investigators operate out of 18 County Prosecutors' offices statewide.
  • In state fiscal year 2004 adult abuse caseworkers investigated 15,080 reports, an increase of about 12 percent from 2003.
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IOWA

State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-362-2178
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    1-800-686-0027 or 1-877-686-0027
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KANSAS

Kansas Facts and Stats
  • In Kansas, during fiscal year 2004, Adult Protective Services conducted 6,345 investigations of vulnerable adult/elder abuse and neglect.
  • As of May 2005, there were 724 confirmed perpetrators on the Kansas Nurse Aide Registry
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-922-5330 (Toll free in Kansas) or (785) 296-0044
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    1-800-842-0078
    1-877-662-8362 (Toll free in Kansas) or (785)296-3017
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KENTUCKY

Kentucky Facts and Stats
  • In Kentucky, about 6,000 reported cases of elder abuse or neglect are reported every year.
  • During 2003, allegations relating to mistreatment fell into three main categories: abuse (40%), caretaker neglect (24%) and financial abuse (16%). The average age of victims was 75.
Sources for Statistics State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse Hotline 1-800-752-6200
  • Long Term Care Ombudsman 1-800-372-2991
  • Attorney General's Tip Line 1-877-ABUSE-TIP or 1-877-228-7384
    Attorney General's Online Reporting Form
  • Spouse Abuse Hotline 1-800-544-2022
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LOUISIANA

State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse Hotline 1-800-259-4990 (Toll free in Louisiana) or (225) 342-9722
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MAINE

State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-800-624-8404
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MARYLAND

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MASSACHUSETTS

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MICHIGAN

Michigan Facts and Stats
  • In Michigan, during 2001, Adult Protective Services completed more than 9,390 investigations of adult mistreatment.
  • Adults aged 60+ accounted for more than two-thirds of victims (69% or an estimated 6,479).
  • In 2001, 70 percent of all victims suffered neglect, 15 percent were abused, and 15 percent were exploited.
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Sources for Statistics Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-99-NOABUSE or 1-800-996-6228
  • Local Elder Abuse Reporting Numbers
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    Michigan Bureau of Health Systems: 1-800-882-6006
    Long Term Care Ombudsman: 1-866-485-9393
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MINNESOTA

Minnesota Facts and Stats
  • In Minnesota, during 2003, Adult Protective Services received 8,434 reports of elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Of these, nearly half (43) percent were confirmed.
  • The most frequent allegation was neglect (3,760), followed by abuse (1,826), self-neglect (1,607), and financial exploitation (1,259).
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MISSOURI

Missouri Facts and Stats
  • In Missouri, during 2004, Adult Protective Services received 11,471 reports of alleged elder abuse and neglect. Of these, over half (55%) were confirmed. In 15 percent of the cases, adult maltreatment was "suspected."
  • Reports involved all major types of abuse: physical neglect (50.8%), emotional neglect (13.1%), emotional abuse (9.9%), physical abuse (9.2%), financial exploitation (7.8%), financial neglect (4.6%), and mental disability (3.2%).
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-800-392-0210
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MISSISSIPPI

State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-222-8000 (Toll free in Mississippi) or (601) 359-4991
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    1-800-222-8000 (Toll free in Mississippi) or (601) 359-4991
    Mississippi Department of Health 1-800-227-7308
    Mississippi Attorney General's Medicaid Fraud Unit 1-800-852-8341
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MONTANA

State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Montana Abuse Hotline 1-800-551-3191 or (406) 444-4077
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NEBRASKA

State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-800-652-1999 (Toll free in Nebraska) or (402) 595-1324
    Local Elder Abuse Reporting Numbers
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    Nebraska Long Term Care Ombudsman Office: 1-800-942-7830
    Nebraska Department of Regulation and Licensure: (402) 471-0316
    Online Complaint Form
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NEVADA

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire Facts and Stats
  • In New Hampshire, during 2003, Adult Protective Services received 1,245 reports of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
Sources for Statistics State Government Agencies Laws & Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-351-1888 or (603) 271-4680
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    1-800-442-5640 or (603) 271-4375
  • New Hampshire Help Line
    1-800-852-3388
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NEW JERSEY

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NEW MEXICO

State Government Agencies Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-800-797-3260 or 505-841-6100 (In Albuquerque)
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NEW YORK

New York Facts and Stats
  • In New York, during 1997, Adult Protective Services received about 25,000 referrals statewide. About two-thirds of the reported incidents involved adults aged 60 and older.
  • Of the perpetrators, slightly more than a third (34%) were adult children, 26 percent were spouses, and 26 percent were unrelated.
  • New York State is one of the five states that do not mandate that reports of suspected domestic elder abuse and neglect be made to adult protective services. However, Adult Protective Case workers are mandated reporters to the police, if they believe a crime has occurred.
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NORTH CAROLINA

North Carolina Facts and Stats
  • In North Carolina, during fiscal year 2001, Adult Protective Services received 9,142 reports of vulnerable adult mistreatment. Of these, nearly three-quarters (71%) involved adults aged 60 and older.
  • The single largest group of confirmed cases involved self-neglect (60%). Also confirmed were allegations of caretaker neglect (26%) and exploitation (11%).
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NORTH DAKOTA

North Dakota Facts and Stats
  • In North Dakota, during 2004, Adult Protective Services investigated 570 new cases of vulnerable adult maltreatment. Of these, nearly three-quarters involved adults 60 and older. About one in four of the alleged victims had some form of dementia.
  • Self-neglect was the most common allegation (65%), followed by neglect (14%), abuse (10%), and financial exploitation (11%).
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OHIO

Ohio Facts and Stats
  • In Ohio, during state fiscal year 2004, Adult Protective Services received 12,829 reports of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
  • Self-neglect was the most common type of abuse reported (6,656), followed by neglect by others (2,816) and exploitation (1,726).
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OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma Facts and Stats
  • In Oklahoma, during fiscal year 2003, Adult Protective Services investigated approximately 16,000 reports of abuse, neglect, self-neglect, exploitation, and verbal abuse of vulnerable adults. Of the cases investigated, well over half (61%) were confirmed.
  • Sixty-four percent of the cases in 2003 involved self-neglect. Another 14 percent involved caregiver neglect, and 13 percent involved financial exploitation
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-800-522-3511
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OREGON

Oregon Facts and Stats
  • In Oregon, during fiscal year 2000, Adult Protective Services conducted 10,000 investigations of alleged abuse and neglect of vulnerable adults.
  • During fiscal year 2003, Oregon's Victim of Crime Act (VOCA) Crime Victim Assistance grantees served 710 victims of elder abuse.
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-232-3020
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    1-800-522-2602 or (503) 378-6533
  • Aging/Developmental Disabilities
    1-800-866-406-4287 or (503) 945-9495
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PENNSYLVANIA

Pennsylvania Facts and Stats
  • In Pennsylvania, during fiscal year 2004, Area Agencies on Aging received 13,211 reports of need for protective services. Of these, roughly one in five (2,836) was substantiated.
  • Of the confirmed cases, 37 percent involved self-neglect. Another 18 percent involved caregiver neglect; 16 percent involved physical abuse; 15 percent involved exploitation; 7 percent involved emotional abuse; and 2 percent involved sexual abuse.
  • Nearly a third of the reports received in 2003-04 involved residents of long term care facilities.
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PUERTO RICO

Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Puerto Rico Abuse Hotline
    (787) 725-9788 or (787) 721-8225
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RHODE ISLAND

State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-322-2880 or (401) 462-0550
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    (401) 785-3340
  • Rhode Island Domestic Violence Hotline
    1-800-494-8100
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SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina Facts and Stats
  • In South Carolina, during fiscal year 2001, Adult Protective Services received 4,501 reports alleging abuse or neglect of vulnerable adults.
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Sources for Statistics Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    803-898-7318
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    803-898-2850
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SOUTH DAKOTA

South Dakota Facts and Stats
  • In South Dakota, during fiscal year 2003, Adult Protective Services investigated 293 reports of alleged elder abuse, neglect, exploitation, or self-neglect. Of these, 191 (65%) were substantiated.
  • Elder self-neglect was the largest single category of investigations (45%). Other allegations included neglect (21%), financial exploitation (13%), psychological abuse (10%), and physical abuse (8%).
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TENNESSEE

State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-888-APS-TENN or 1-888-277-8366
  • Local Elder Abuse Reporting Numbers:
    Knoxville (865) 594-5685
    Chattanooga (423) 634-6624
    Nashville (615) 532-3492
    Memphis (901) 320-7220
  • Tennessee Abuse Registry: 1-888-310-4650 or (615) 532-5171 (in Nashville)
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TEXAS

Texas Facts and Stats
  • In Texas, during 2004, Adult Protective Services completed 61,342 investigations of abuse, neglect, or exploitation involving vulnerable adults. Of these, 44,694 were confirmed.
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-252-5400 or (512) 834-3784
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    1-800-458-9858
  • Abuse in Hospitals, Psychiatric Hospitals, and Other Medical Facilities
    1-888-973-0222
  • Abuse of Persons Receiving Mental Health/Mental Retardation Services
    1-800-647-7418
  • Domestic Violence Hotline
    1-800-799-SAFE or 1-800-799-7233
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UTAH

Utah Facts and Stats
  • In Utah, during fiscal year 2004, Adult Protective Services investigated 2,340 allegations of vulnerable adult abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
  • Thirty-three percent of all confirmed cases in 2004 involved self-neglect. Another 18 percent involved emotional abuse; 18 percent involved financial exploitation; 15 percent involved physical abuse; 11 percent involved caregiver neglect; and 5 percent involved sexual abuse.
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-371-7897 or (801) 264-7669
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    1-800-662-4147 or (801) 538-6158
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VERMONT

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VIRGINIA

Virginia Facts and Stats
  • In Virginia, during fiscal year 2002, Adult Protective Services received 11,306 reports of elder/adult abuse and maltreatment. Of these, almost three-quarters (7,960) were substantiated.
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Sources for Statistics: Help Line and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse Hotline: 1-888-83-ADULT or 1-888-832-3858
  • Family Violence/Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-888-838-8238
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WEST VIRGINIA

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WISCONSIN

Wisconsin Facts and Stats
  • In Wisconsin, during 2003, a total of 3,853 cases of suspected abuse and neglect were reported to Adult Protective Services, an increase of 3.6 percent over 2002.
  • Sixteen of the reported incidents in 2003 were fatalities and 357 were considered life-threatening.
  • Self-neglect was the most frequently reported abuse allegation (49%), followed by material abuse (20%) and neglect by others (13%). Of the 16 fatalities reported in 2003, 11 involved self-neglect.
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WYOMING

Wyoming Facts and Stats
  • In Wyoming, during 2001, Adult Protective Services received 215 complaints of abuse and neglect. Of these, 67 were substantiated.
  • Neglect was the most frequently reported abuse allegation (36%), followed by self-neglect (29%), physical abuse (20%), exploitation (10%), and sexual abuse (1%).
State Government Agencies Laws and Regulations Sources for Statistics Help Lines and Hotlines
  • Elder Abuse: Domestic/Community
    1-800-457-3659 (Toll free in Wyoming) or (307) 777-6137
  • Nursing Home Abuse/Long Term Care
    (307) 777-6137 or (307) 777-7123
  • Wyoming Attorney General's Hotline (Victims Only) 1-888-996-8816
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