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Input Needed on the Future of Federal Elder Justice Efforts, Elder Justice Coordinating Council Priorities

April 1, 2024

Elder Justice Coordinating Council

Comments due Wednesday, April 24, 2024
View the Federal Register Notice

The Elder Justice Coordinating Council (EJCC) brings together 17 federal departments, agencies, and entities to address elder abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation. Since 2014, the Eight Recommendations from the EJCC for Increased Federal Involvement in Addressing Elder Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation have served as a guide for federal agencies planning elder justice efforts.

As we look forward to the next decade of federal elder efforts, we want to hear your thoughts and ideas on how the EJCC can best promote elder justice and have the greatest positive impact for survivors of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation and their communities. ACL has released a Request for Information to get input from the public, researchers, practitioners, and especially survivors of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation on: 

You can submit comments via e-mail to with “EJCC Priorities” in the subject line by Wednesday, April 24, 2024.

Please do not use this mailbox to report suspicions of abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Report any suspected abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation to your state’s Adult Protective Services program. Also, ACL is not authorized to receive personally identifiable information through this public comment opportunity beyond the contact information of the person submitting input. Please do not include any other personally identifiable information in your comment.

Last modified on 04/02/2024

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