Adult Protective Services Protecting the Elderly and Disabled Adults The mission of the Adult Protective Services Division is to support and enable County Departments to protect elderly and disabled adults from abuse, neglect, and exploitation and prevent unnecessary institutionalization. Optional reporters (private individuals and social services agency representatives) may also report suspected adult abuse. Anonymous reports are accepted. A county office is located in each county within the State of Alabama. Reports may also be made by calling the Adult Abuse hotline at the Adult Protective Services Act.
Alabama | National Adult Protective Services Association The APS map is designed to provide easy access to information on reporting suspected abuse nationwide. The Protective Services Division is comprised of three units – Capitol Patrol, Dignitary Protection, and Aviation. The Capitol Patrol Unit provides security for the State Capitol, Executive Mansion, and other state executive office buildings within the Capitol Complex in Montgomery, AL, as mandated by Section , Code of Alabama
Adult Protective Services investigates reports of suspected abuse, neglect, or exploitation of adults 18 years of age or older who are unable to protect themselves due . Adult Abuse Hotline County Directory. Adult Foster Care Online Inquiry Form. Click link to send email: APS. Mailing Address: Alabama Department of Human Resources Adult Protective Services Division 50 North Ripley Street Montgomery, Alabama