Why become a Member?

Joining OCAPS connects you to cutting edge information about new initiatives and evidence-based knowledge in the field of adult protective services.  Membership connects you to the individuals and organizations that share your commitment to prevent and stop the maltreatment of vulnerable adults.  Membership creates the opportunity to express your ideas and add your energy to support the advocates representing OCAPS in meetings with key decision-makers.  Membership provides you with the opportunity to create positive change.  


Membership includes: 
  • Discounted rate at the annual conference, earning CEU's and CLE's

  • Access to members only sections on our website

  • Access to an Education and Resource Library - videos can be used for presentations, staff training and community education

  • Receive OCAPS newsletter

  • Access to our regional affiliate support groups 

  • Access to OCAPS Legislative Corner with updates on the aging population, policy and related legislation

  • Knowledge that your dollars contribute to ongoing advocacy to policymakers in the interest of elder abuse victims and Adult Protective Services workers and advocates 




Please update your or your organization's information to ensure receipt of Members Only benefits

Annual Membership Rates


  •  Individual - $50 

  • Student/Retiree - $25

  • Organizational - 

    • 1-5 staff     $125​

    • 6-10 Staff   $250

    • 11-15 Staff $500

    • 16+ staff    $750 

Creating solutions, ensuring we all thrive as we age

If you are being abused or if you think an elderly person you know

is being abused or exploited

call the OhioHOPES Help-Line at 1-800-411-2267 

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Please note, OCAPS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and age in the delivery of services. If you feel you have been discriminated by our services please contact us. A complaint can also be made to the Office of Civil Rights by clicking here.


This website is supported by a Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Recovery Grant award administered by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. Victims of federal crimes will be served.