Prevention of Elder Abuse is a nonprofit program dedicated to improving the lives of vulnerable seniors at risk from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. PEA provides abuse prevention services in the Billings area and abuse prevention training throughout Montana.

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You can now donate through the State Employees’ Charitable Giving Campaign (SECGC) to us! non profit # 11037 We appreciate all of our donors and we hope you will consider giving through the SECGC!

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2015 Shred-A-Thon

Friday, Sept. 11, 2015 10 am to 1 pm At Montana Mobile Document Shredding 2123 2nd Ave N, Billings. Click the Shred-A-Thon link for full details!

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Attention Grandparents: Watch out for phony debt collectors

My grandma kept an eye out for cheaters. (No, not that kind.) Back in the day, if a salesman knocked on her front door, she waved them off. Before caller ID, she hung up on telemarketers. But a call from a phony debt collector? She might have fallen for that one. Especially if the debt […]

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Montana Woman accused of stealing money, cat from elderly man

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I have been scammed…Now what??

Do you feel that you may have been the victim of a scam or a scam was attempted on you? File a report with Attorney General Steve Bullock by going to their website: or by clicking above.  

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Guardianship Conference 2015

“Navigating the Challenge of Guardianships” Thursday, October 22, 2015 Big Horn Resort, 1801 Majestic Ln., Billings, MT 8:00am-4:30pm   Presentations will focus on; Guardianship, Conservatorship, Living Wills & Power of Attorney, Dementia and other Capacity related issues.   Morning Session – Professionals Lunch – All attendees Afternoon Session – General Public Professionals and the General […]

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June is National Elder Abuse Awareness Month

Make a Difference! Concerned citizens of all ages can become involved in prevention: Report suspected mistreatment to the local APS agency or law enforcement. Although a situation may have already been investigated, if you believe circumstances are getting worse, continue to speak out. Plan ahead to protect against financial exploitation. Download a handout on ways to […]

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