Places that Help: Federal
National Center on Elder Abuse
1-800-677-1116 Available Mon - Fri. 9 AM-8 PM (except U.S. federal holidays)
Serves as a national resource center dedicated to the prevention of elder mistreatment.
National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life
307 South Paterson St., Ste. 1,
Through advocacy and education, the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL) works everyday to improve victim safety, increase abuser accountability, expand coordinated community response, and ultimately, put an end to abuse in later life.
National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
1730 Rhode Island Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20006
The National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (NCPEA) is an association of researchers, practitioners, educators, and advocates dedicated to protecting the safety, security, and dignity of America's most vulnerable citizens.
Stop Abuse for Everyone (SAFE)
Stop Abuse For Everyone (SAFE) is a human rights organization that provides services, publications, and training to serve those who typically fall between the cracks of domestic violence services. These groups include straight men, gays and lesbians, teens, the elderly, and immigrants.
VictimConnect Resource Center (a program of NCVC)
2000 M Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
Phone & Text Helpline: 1-855-4-VICTIM (1-855-484-2846)
The VictimConnect Resource Center is a place for victims of all crime to learn about their rights and options, confidentially and compassionately. VictimConnect can be accessed anywhere in the United States through a traditional telephone-based helpline and innovative text and online chat services Monday through Friday. Services are available in English and Spanish and interpreters for more than 200 languages can be accessed. Victim assistance specialists help people who reach out find appropriate national, local, or online resources.
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