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Checks payable to:

Ohio Coalition for Adult Protective Services

c/o Perfect Balance

2470 East Main Street

Columbus, Oh 43209

 

Advocate contributions assist the Ohio Coalition for Adult Protective Services' efforts to support victims of elder abuse, neglect and exploitation. 

 

 

 

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"Nobody teaches you on how to prepare... I am amazed at what goes on with older adults " - Mandated Reporter (help-line caller survey response)

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Together, we help aging Ohioans:

  • Get eyes/ears into the home by offering applicable home care and community services

  • Recognize elder abuse, neglect and exploitation

  • Know where to report suspicions of elder maltreatment

  • Understand ways to reduce the risks associated with becoming a victim 

 

Your Advocate contribution of $1,000 - $4,999 includes:

  • Recognition on the OCAPS website for a year

  • A window cling to display your inclusion in the movement to end elder abuse

  • Recognition in the annual conference brochure

  • First offer to be a conference sponsor and registrant

  • $2,000+ will receive a complimentary registration to the annual conference

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"I was given options to help me work towards being heard!!!
Very grateful. " -Linda (help-line caller)

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OCAPS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax exempt organization that offers free services to senior victims of elder abuse thanks to generous donations, partnerships and grants. Donations may be tax deductible to the full extent of applicable law.

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 

c/o Perfect Balance, 2470 East Main Street, Columbus, OH 43209 |  OCAPS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization | © 2015 OCAPS All rights reserved

 

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.