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The APS Law establishes a program of protective services in order to detect, prevent, reduce and eliminate abuse, neglect, exploitation, and abandonment of these adults in need. A report can be made on behalf of the adult whether they live in their home or in a care facility such as a nursing facility, group home, hospital, etc. Reporters can remain anonymous and have legal protection from retaliation, discrimination, and civil and criminal prosecution.
The statewide Protective Services Hotline is available 24 hours a day. View annual reports to explore data on reporting, regulations, victims, and perpetrators. Increase access to health care. Develop a skilled workforce that meets the needs of Pennsylvania's business community.
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An Official Pennsylvania Government Website. Department of Human Services. Report Abuse. Apply for Benefits. Find Facilities. Review Data. DHS Sites. Contact Us. DHS Blog. Page Content. Common Signs of Abuse Bruises or broken bones Weight loss Memory loss Personality changes Social isolation Changes in banking habits Giving away assets such as money, property, etc.
Adult Protective Services Annual Report View annual reports to explore data on reporting, regulations, victims, and perpetrators.