The APS Law establishes a program of protective services in order to detect, prevent, reduce and eliminate abuse, neglect, exploitation, and abandonment of these adults in need. A report can be made on behalf of the adult whether they live in their home or in a care facility such as a nursing facility, group home, hospital, etc. Reporters can remain anonymous and have legal protection from retaliation, discrimination, and civil and criminal prosecution. The statewide Protective Services Hotline is available 24 hours a day. View annual reports to explore data on reporting, regulations, victims, and perpetrators. Increase access to health care.
Christopher Betts, M. Devereux Pennsylvania Adult Services formerly known as the "Whitlock Center" serves nearly adults living in homes and apartments throughout southeast Pennsylvania, as well as in our Berwyn community — the site of Helena Devereux's first schools. Our dedicated team of staff, ranging from highly-specialized clinicians and nurses, to recreational and direct staff professionals, all work with one common goal: the happiness, self-fulfillment and social integration of each adult in our community. We view ourselves as an extended family that cares for and helps each other.
Our faith-based treatment program began in as a way to help those young people and adults who struggle with addiction get the help they need. We offer programs from detox through outpatient treatment programs. We have locations around Pennsylvania, so you can get help wherever you need it. Learn about the programs that follow to help you make a full recovery.
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