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National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life

Seventy-seven million baby boomers are aging and people 85 and older, the fastest growing segment of the population, are disproportionately women. These demographic trends have significant implications for victimization, safety, suffering, health, and well-being of tens of millions of older Americans.

Through advocacy and education, the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL) works everyday to improve victim safety, increase abuser accountability, expand coordinated community response, and ultimately, put an end to abuse in later life.

As a private, non-profit organization, NCALL relies on federal funding and the generosity of others to carry out our work. To pledge your support to NCALL, please visit the Donation page today.

 


NCALL is Hiring

The National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life is seeking applicants for our Justice System Coordinator position. For early consideration, apply by February 25, 2016. More information may be found at: http://www.endabusewi.org/content/resources/jobs/justice-system-coordinator.


New Resource

NCALL is pleased to announce the release of Reclaiming What is Sacred: Addressing Harm to Indigenous Elders and Developing a Tribal Response to Abuse in Later Life. This paper was created to help tribes and villages to design meaningful responses to abuse in later life in their communities. To learn more and download the paper, please click the graphic below. Please join NCALL staff and the paper’s co-author, Victoria Ybanez of Red Wind Consulting, for a webinar on February 18 at 1:00 PM ET discussing the themes of the paper. Registration for the webinar is available at: https://ta2ta.org/tribalresponseall