When reports are validated on cases in the community and protective services are appropriate, APS specialists provide or arrange for services to alleviate or prevent further maltreatment. Services may be provided directly by specialists, through arrangements with other community resources or purchased by APS on a short-term, emergency basis. In-Home Investigations and Services. Investigation APS specialists investigate reports of alleged abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation to determine if the reported situation exists, and to what extent it adversely affects the alleged victim.
Priority II reports require a face-to-face contact within 3 calendar days. Priority III reports require a face-to-face contact within 7 calendar days. Priority IV reports allege financial exploitation when there is no danger of imminent impoverishment or deprivation of basic needs to the victim. APS specialist must make a face-to-face contact within 14 calendar days. Services When reports are validated on cases in the community and protective services are appropriate, APS specialists provide or arrange for services to alleviate or prevent further maltreatment.
Types of services provided include, but are not limited to, the following: Financial assistance for rent and utility restoration Social services Health services Legal actions, such as emergency orders for protective services Referrals to other state or community services Texas Laws and Clients' Rights According to the Texas Human Resources Code HRC , Chapter 48 , the protective services client has the right to: An amber alert has been issued.
Click here to visit the Amber Alert site. The Adult Protective Services APS program was established to investigate reports and provide intervention and protection to vulnerable adults who are victims of abuse, neglect, or exploitation. APS field investigators operate out of the offices of county prosecutors throughout the state. If the APS unit has reason to believe that an individual is an endangered adult, the adult protective services unit shall investigate the complaint or cause the complaint to be investigated by law enforcement or other agency and make a determination as to whether the individual reported is an endangered adult.
To be eligible for service under this program, an individual must be a resident of the state of Indiana, 18 years of age or older, physically or mentally incapacitated and reported as abused, neglected or exploited. All persons are required by law to report all cases of suspected abuse, neglect or exploitation to either the nearest APS office or to law enforcement.
All reports are secure and kept confidential. Individuals may file a report online or by calling the state hotline or calling an APS field office. Please note that APS is not an emergency responder, if you believe someone is in immediate danger, call immediately. After a report is submitted it is sent to the director of the local APS unit, who will determine the appropriate next step. APS will keep your report confidential and will not disclose your name without a court order. If APS conducts an investigation, an investigator may contact you for additionally information; however, APS does not discuss ongoing investigations and will not provide you with information regarding the details or the status of the investigation.
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