We understand how difficult it is to see a loved one being abused or neglected. This is why we have compiled an elder neglect and abuse resource list, which can be used in conjunction with our legal services. Learn more about these resources by scrolling down this page, and please contact us with any questions.
The Long Term Care Community Coalition
The Long Term Care Community Coalition (LTCCC) is a non-profit organization that works to improve conditions for long-term care consumers, such as nursing home, assisted living, and adult home residents. Their work focuses on policy research and analysis; advocacy with state and federal leaders and regulators; and education of the general public, the news media, and policy makers.
LTCCC has information for consumers and the general public on health care issues affecting the elderly and disabled on their websites:
They also have numerous consumer guides and a Long-Term Care Citizen Action Center, which people can use to speak out and learn about issues
Department of Health
The New York State Department of Health organizes a wide range of programs and services that are used to help protect the public in New York City. The Department of Health offers resources regarding Eldercare, Medicaid, Doctor Profiles, AIDS/HIV, Influenza, Immunization, and much more.
DOH Hotline for Adult Care and Assisted Living:
FRIA’s Mission is to assure that nursing home residents receive prompt, high-quality, and compassionate care. FRIA seeks long-term health care for senior New Yorkers in the least institutionalized setting possible.
They accomplish this by helping relatives become effective advocates for the needs of their loved ones.
If you suspect that your loved one has been subjected to neglect or abuse in a nursing home, assisted living home, or elderly care facility, please call us at 1-888-575-6410 or fill out our online contact form for a free case evaluation.