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Stop Elder Abuse

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

Wednesday, June 15, 2016
noon-1pm

Central Lions Senior Center
11113 113 Street

Join us on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and help put an end to elder abuse!

This event is put on by the Seniors Protection Partnership (Catholic Social Services, Citizen Services- City of Edmonton, Edmonton Police Service, Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton, Covenant Health) as well as the Canadian Mental Health Association and Good Samaritan Society-C.H.O.I.C.E.


Elder abuse is any action or inaction that jeopardizes the health and well-being of any older adult. This includes physical, emotional, psychological, financial, sexual and medication abuse, as well as passive or active neglect.

The City of Edmonton and its partners provide support through:

  • Interventions
  • Referrals to services and resources
  • Registered support group - Relationships With Your Adult Children
  • Safety plans and education
  • Education on family violence
  • Help with protection orders and court proceedings

It's a tragic fact that elder abuse happens to many people, no matter their educational or financial circumstances. 

If you think a situation requires immediate intervention from Edmonton Police Service, call its complaint line at 780-423-4567

If someone is in imminent danger, call 911.

Senior Protection Partnership

If you need advice or want a situation of suspected elder abuse looked into, call the Senior Protection Partnership at 780-477-2929. 

You can also access the 24-hour Seniors Abuse Helpline. Call 780-454-8888 for information, support and referral.

Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton (SAGE) Safe House

The SAGE Safe House provides temporary housing for men and women, 60 years of age and older, who need a safe haven from an abusive situation.

  • Safe, furnished suite for up to 60 days, free of charge
  • Meals and snacks
  • Emotional support from staff
  • Professional counselling
  • Connections to community resources
  • Practical help with finances, finding permanent housing and referrals to legal services

For more information phone 780-702-1520 or visit the SAGE Safe House website.

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