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Elder Abuse Prevention

Every Oklahoman has a moral and legal responsibility to report suspected elder abuse, neglect or exploitation. The identity of the reporter is kept confidential.

  • Stay connected to the elders in your life - relatives, friends, neighbors, co-workers and church members – and encourage them to stay connected to those who care about them.
  • Encourage elders to make plans for financial management and care should they become unable to take care of themselves.
  • Be careful about taking on too much when you try to help.
  • If you have any information about Medicaid provider fraud or patient abuse, please report it to Attorney General Mike Hunter's Medicaid Fraud Unit at (405) 522-2963 or complete the form.
  • Learn to recognize the warning signs of possible elder abuse, including self-neglect, and report suspicious situations to the police or Adult Protective Services as soon as you're aware of them.

Make a Report 

If you see something, say something.
Make a report at AbuseIsNotOK.org or call
1-800-522-3511.

Call the Director's Helpline at 1-877-751-2972 or Send an email to the office of information & Referral

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