Call the Washington State Developmental Disabilities Administration at for a referral or call Clark County Department of Community Services, Developmental Disabilities Program at for more information. Adult Protective Services Effective July 1, , Aging and Disability Services Division (ADSD) received legislative authority to receive and investigate reports of abuse, neglect, exploitation, isolation or abandonment for vulnerable adults age , in addition to persons 60 years and older, collectively referred to as vulnerable adults.
Adult Protective Services (APS) is dedicated to serving vulnerable adults. We investigate reports about abuse, abandonment, neglect, exploitation and self-neglect of vulnerable adults in Washington State. We collaborate with other agencies to offer protective services as needed. Citizens are encouraged to report suspected cases of abuse Adult Protective Services (APS) investigates reports made to county agencies about suspected abuse, neglect and exploitation of individuals age 60 and over. Working with other agencies, APS arranges for .
As COVID (Coronavirus) continues to impact our community, Clark County Social Service offices are closed to the public. However, we are providing assistance and services to citizens in need during this uncertain time by practicing social distancing methods for . Nevada Adult Protective Services (APS) and Elder Abuse Hotline. Adult Protective Services assist vulnerable and elder adults to stop and prevent abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Anyone can make a report about suspected abuse to the Hotline.