Our Adult Protection Services are considered an advocacy intervention model and are always client driven, meaning you or your loved one have the right to accept or decline services.
Persons aged 60 and older or ages 18 to 59 with a disability living in the community who are suspected of being a victim of abuse by someone they know. The victim must reside in one of the following counties: Cumberland, Coles, Clark, Douglas, Edgar, Moultrie, or Shelby.
Behavioral Health Services
• Financial Exploitation
• Physical Abuse
• Emotional Abuse
• And more
Our Aging In-Home services help older adults remain in their home with dignity and independence by providing comprehensive care coordination and linkage to community services.
Persons 60 years of age and older who require assistance with their activities of daily living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) in order to stay in their home with dignity for as long as possible. Persons with multiple impairments who need linkage to community services and resources are good candidates for our services.
Carefully guiding our clients towards making the best decisions for their needs has always been our number one goal.
We've outlined the top questions we've heard from our clients over the last 40 years to give you sense of control and peace of mind during this process.