Adult Protective Services

Alternate Name: APS

Category: Counseling

Organization: NYC Human Resources Administration

Description: If you have a mental and/or physical disability that makes it hard for you to live on your own and manage your affairs, APS can help. APS's caseworkers make home visits, help you apply for benefits and services such as managing your money and healthcare, and investigate reports of abuse. APS helps at-risk adults live safely in their homes and get access to public benefits and services. New Yorkers over 18 can get help regardless their income Referrals can be made online, by email, or by phone (Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m) Referrals received after 5:00pm or during the weekend will be processed the next business day Call 911 if there is an emergency or life threatening situation and a person needs immediate help. To be eligible for APS, you should be able to answer yes to the following questions: Are you 18 years or older? Do you have a physical and/or mental disability? Are you unable to manage your own resources, carry out daily activities, or protect yourself from dangerous situations without help from others? Do you have no one else who is able to help you?

Phone: Call APS Call 212-630-1853 if you have questions about APS. ; Call the APS intake unit at 212-630-1853 to make a referral by phone. Referrals can also be made by calling 311 Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm ;,

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Application Process: If you, or someone you know needs help, you can use the online referral system. Referrals received after 5:00 p.m or during the weekend will be processed the next business day. Call the APS intake unit at 212-630-1853 to make a referral by phone. Referrals can also be made by calling 311 Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m. You can also submit a referral by emailing APS. If you, or someone you know needs help, you can use the online referral system. All referrals will be processed the next business day, APS is not open on weekends. You can also submit a referral by emailing APS.
Refer someone online Call 311 Ask for Adult Protective Services. Call 911 If there is an emergency or life threatening situation and a person needs immediate help. Visit the APS website for more information. Call APS at 212-630-1853 if you have questions about the program. Call 911 if there is an emergency or life threatening situation and a person needs immediate help.

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blurb: Services for at-risk disabled adults