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July 16, 2007


The Source of Information and Assistance on Elder Abuse

Promising Practices

The National Center on Elder Abuse's Promising Practices Database is an online tool that can help you locate program models and information resources around the country related to elder abuse prevention, intervention, and public education.

The searchable database is intended to be a resource for practitioners to learn from each other, avoid reinventing the wheel, and maximize resources for elder abuse prevention and intervention. Our database is a work in progress, and we will continue adding new programs over time.

If you know of a Promising Practice that would be an addition to the database, click here to complete the information form.

The NCEA database is a resource for professionals seeking information about innovative programs around the country related to elder abuse prevention, intervention, and public education. The database is intended only as a starting point for professionals seeking information about promising practices that appear to be working. The programs have not been evaluated by the NCEA at this time.

For a Promising Practice Search click on your state or select a category below:

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National Center on Elder Abuse
1201 15th Street, N.W., Suite 350 · Washington, DC 20005-2842
(202) 898-2586 · Fax: (202) 898-2583 · Email: