Who We Are


Coordinating Council Mission Statement
To communicate and collaborate with Public and Private Stakeholders in Connecticut to address elder justice issues in order to prevent elder abuse.

Functions of Coordinating Council members:

  • Collaboratively work on elder justice issues in Connecticut;
  • Participate in meetings (an estimated 2 meetings per year) and / or provide designee to participate;
  • Communicate elder justice issues to the Council as they relate to your organization;
  • Advise and be a resource to Coalition Workgroups;
  • Commit to participate in or lead (or provide designee(s) ) at least one Workgroup involving an issue of importance to your organization;
  • Attend and Participate in an annual conference that involves shared learning and Workgroup presentations including activities and progress;
  • Assist in the development of action plans and, when appropriate, move them forward

Coordinating Council Agency Members

AARP Connecticut

Better Business Bureau

CT Alzheimer’s Association

CT Bar Association

CT Chiefs of Police Association

CT Coalition Against Domestic Violence

CT Commission on Women, Children, Seniors, Equity & Opportunity

CT Department of Banking

CT Department of Consumer Protection

CT Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services

CT Department of Public Health

CT Department of Social Services - Protective Services for the Elderly

CT Division of Criminal Justice - Office of the Chief State’s Attorney

CT Long-Term Care Ombudsman

For All Ages

Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging

Jewish Senior Services (CAPE)

Legal Services Organizations of CT

Office of the Probate Court Administrator

Office of the State Attorney General

Office of the Victim’s Advocate

Quinnipiac University

Senior Resources Area Agency on Aging

State Police Training Academy - CT Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection

State Unit on Aging, Department of Aging and Disability Services