Adult Protective Services (APS) If someone you know is 18 years of age or older, living in the community and is the subject of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation, contact your county APS office. An APS investigation is a thorough assessment of a potential at-risk adult.
DHS Home > Division of Aging Services Home > New Jersey Adult Protective Service Providers. New Jersey Adult Protective Service Providers. Atlantic NJ Department of Human Services Division of Aging Services PO Box 812 Trenton, NJ 08625-0812 Phone: 609-588-6501 or 800-792-8820.
Adult Protective Services: Facts and Fiction Division of Aging Services 609-588-6501. In 1993, the Adult Protective Services Act was passed in New Jersey. Vulnerable Adults Are persons eligible for services under the APS Program, defined as being 18 years or older.
the Department of Human Services (1-609-292-3717) or Adult Protective Services (1-800-792-8820). Last Updated:December 2017. For a Vulnerable Adult: The county adult protective services provider. Contact information for each county New Jersey State Board of Dentistry, the New Jersey State Board of Optometrists, the New Jersey State Board.