Help in Your Area
There are APS agencies all over the nation, and more than likely there is one near your community. If you have any issues, concerns or questions, it is always confidential and safe to contact an APS office near you.
Why Become a Member?
Becoming a NAPSA member is an exciting opportunity for APS workers and administrators, professionals in the aging and disabilities networks, students in social service programs, or anyone committed to protecting our most vulnerable citizens. NAPSA will connect you with peers throughout the country, provide the most current training content, and keep you abreast of the latest in practice methods and policy developments.
Join NAPSA today!
What’s New with NAPSA?
- REPORT ABUSE, NEGLECT AND FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION OF VULNERABLE ADULTS!
Need to make a report to adult protective services? Learn more about APS or visit our report page for state reporting numbers.
- NAPSA Launches Partnership on Elder Fatality Review Teams
NAPSA is partnering with the National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention at the Michigan Public Health Institute to build and expand elder death review teams. Read the press release.
- 27th Annual Conference – PROTECT | PREVENT | EMPOWER
Join us in Philadelphia for our 27th Annual Conference & 7th Annual Summit on Elder Financial Exploitation. Visit the conference page for more.