Adult protection services Emergency reports. Do not use email in emergency situations or to make a vulnerable adult report. For an immediate response—24 hours a day, seven days a week—call to reach the Minnesota Adult Abuse Reporting Center.
Protecting Vulnerable Adults. Adult Protection Services. In Nova Scotia, Adult Protection Services are governed by the Adult Protection Act. This legislation, along with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, guides all aspects of Adult Protection Service delivery.
Minnesota’s state policy is to provide safe environments and services for vulnerable adults and protective services for vulnerable adults who have been maltreated. The Minnesota Adult Abuse Reporting Center (MAARC) provides a toll-free number, , the general public can call to report suspected maltreatment of vulnerable adults.
You can make a referral to Adult Protection through Home Care if you believe a vulnerable adult is being abused or neglected. Vulnerability can include a head injury, physical or cognitive impairment, or a dementia (Alzheimer’s Korsakoff's, vascular dementia, etc.) Types of abuse can include sexual, physical, emotional, verbal, financial, caregiver neglect, and self neglect.