Elder Justice Podcast Series

NYC Elder Abuse Center

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The NYC Elder Abuse Center (NYCEAC) was launched in 2009 to improve professional, organizational and system responses to elder abuse, neglect and exploitation through an unprecedented level of collaboration and coordination. Through NYCEAC, many of NYC’s government and non-profit agencies provide a streamlined and rapid response to elder abuse cases. The depth and breadth of expertise and resources of the participating agencies reduces fragmentation of systems and minimizes gaps or overlap of services. In addition, NYCEAC provides professionals with the information and tools they need to effectively assist victims. Further, NYCEAC works to educate key decision-makers and elected officials.

The NYC Elder Abuse Center (NYCEAC) was launched in 2009 to improve professional, organizational and system responses to elder abuse, neglect and exploitation through an unprecedented level of collaboration and coordination. Through NYCEAC, many of NYC’s government and non-profit agencies provide a streamlined and rapid response to elder abuse case... Show more

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