Report Adult Abuse and Neglect in Missouri

This AARP website offers very important and useful information for caregivers on such topics as:

  • Hiring health care aides as well as help on finding them in your area
  • Caregiving
  • Planning and organizing
  • Legal and financial planning
  • End of life care
  • Grief and loss
  • Senior housing
  • Benefits and insurance
  • Paying for care

This site also has a full report on how states are performing on long-term care.

This is a federal website that provides information on elder care issues such as Social Security, Medicare, and health.

If you are looking for the Adult Abuse and Neglect hotline for a State, go to the following website , click to find your State’s Adult Protection Hotline. Then click on the State you need. It will give the phone number you need to call.

If you suspect an elderly or disabled Missourian is being exploited financially, call the toll free Adult and Abuse and Neglect Hotline at: 1-800-392-0210 or make a report online at

You may also contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Hotline at 1-800-392-8222, to report scams and cons of any type, including those that deal with telemarketing, the Internet, email, financing, and home and car repairs.

For information regarding investments and fraud protection, or for information regarding a company or representative, visit the Secretary of State’s Missouri Investor Protection Center or call the toll free investor protection hotline at 1-800-721-7996

This site will give you information on how each long term care facility in Missouri did on their last inspection.

This is a national organization working for quality long-term care and for the rights of the elderly and residents of long-term care facilities. This website lists all issues at the State and National levels concerning eldercare issues. This is a good source for information concerning eldercare issues.

These two websites explain procedures for becoming an ombudsman and the duties entailed. They provide listings of nursing homes in each state. and

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