Show All Answers. 1. When does the County Attorney’s Office become involved with adult protection matters? The County Attorney’s Office becomes involved when there has been a finding of financial exploitation, neglect and/or physical or emotional abuse of a vulnerable adult, and legal action initiated by the county is necessary to protect the vulnerable adult from further exploitation. County Attorney's Office: Adult Protection FAQs Here you can reach the Adult Protection division of Human Services. Anoka, MN Ph: Fax: ; Quick Links. Adult Trial Updates; Criminal Complaint Search; Find Legal Resources; Juvenile Trial Updates;.
Adult Protection / Vulnerable Adults. Protect your loved ones. Chemical Health. Information about Anoka County Chemical Health Services and chemical health treatment. Civil Commitment. Read more about court-ordered treatment for those are chemically dependent, mentally ill, and those that are sexually dangerous. Anoka County Health and Human Services. Adult Protective Services (APS) 3rd Ave, Ste , Anoka, MN, () County Adult Protective Services agencies investigate reports of maltreatment of vulnerable adults when the suspect is a family member, friend, or stranger not related to a program or service licensed by the.
The Protective Services Unit (PSU), a subdivision of the Civil Division, is responsible for the civil commitment of the developmentally disabled, chemically dependent, mentally ill, the mentally ill and dangerous, sexual psychopaths, and sexually dangerous persons. Adult Protection is a federally mandated service in which social workers investigate allegations of maltreatment, and arrange services to help assure the safety of Vulnerable Adults in Anoka County. Vulnerable Adults. A Vulnerable Adult is anyone 18 years of age or older that: Lives in a facility such as a nursing home, assisted living, or.