Services & Care
Promoting Elder Justice
Saint Elizabeth Haven for Elder Justice supports victims of abuse by protecting elders and
advocating for public policy to eliminate this silent epidemic as well as prosecuting perpetrators.
<NEW!> 2022 IMPACT REPORT
Click here to check out the accomplishments of the Haven for Elder Justice.
<NEW!> ELDER ABUSE AWARENESS DAY
Click here to learn more about the Elder Abuse Awareness Day event.
WHAT SERVICES ARE PROVIDED BY THE HAVEN FOR ELDER JUSTICE?
Safe shelter placement and safety planning is our Elder Justice Advocate's first priority while working with those in need, securing a temporary refuge for a safe return to the community, or entry into a long-term care setting.
A community-based program is provided to victims ensuring they receive specialized case management services while remaining at home, in the community, and for elders who return home after a safe shelter stay. Advocacy for legal assistance, public policy support, and accessible benefits are achieved with the support of collaborating partners, such as the Rhode Island Department of Healthy Aging.
Education and training of recognizing and addressing elder abuse is provided by Saint Elizabeth Haven for Elder Justice. This comprehensive approach is shared with professionals, elders' families, law enforcement, volunteers and students across the entire state of Rhode Island.
|Office On Violence Against Women awards a $660,000 Federal Grant to extend the Enhanced Training and Services to End Abuse in Later Life program. Read more...|
|Providence Journal 2018 Special Report: Elder Abuse in RI|
Suffering in the Shadows | Nine Part Series
To Report Abuse Call:
If you or someone you know is being abused call the Office of Healthy Aging (OHA)
OHA Abuse Help Line
401-462-0555 or Report Online Submission
per day | 7 days per week
For referrals contact:
Caring for the Community
Saint Elizabeth Haven for Elder Justice is supported in
part by: Victims of Crime Act ( VOCA)
Saint Elizabeth Community is a founding member of the SPRING Alliance
In Rhode Island, reporting elder abuse is mandatory. In a true emergency, please dial 911.