Disabled adults reported to be abused, neglected or exploited and in need of protective services are eligible to receive this service regardless of income. Adult Protective Services Tools Special Assistance/In-Home Training Materials. Contact. If you have a concern that an older adult or an adult with disabilities is being exploited, abused or.
The Adult Advocacy Division protects the health and welfare of elderly, disabled, and vulnerable adults. Adult Protective Services (APS) and the Domestic Violence Program are a part of this Division. The Division coordinates services to individuals who are 18 or older and are the victims of actual or potential abuse, neglect, self-neglect or exploitation.
County departments of social services receive and evaluate reports to determine whether disabled adults are in need of protective services and what services are needed State of North Carolina: Adult Protective Services.
Wake County Adult Protective Services receives reports of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation through the APS Intake and Referral Line. If you have information that a Wake County consumer, who is disabled, is being abused, neglected and/or exploited and has no one that is willing to advocate for him or her, or cannot advocated for himself or herself, please call