State of Alaska

Department of Administration

Division of Office of Public Advocacy

Alaska Department of Administration, Office of Public Advocacy
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The Office of Elder Fraud and Assistance

The office was created by statute in September of 2006.


The mission of the office is to investigate claims regarding the financial exploitation of Alaskans 60 and older, and seek civil remedies on behalf of elders unable to bring a complaint without assistance.


The Office of Elder Fraud & Assistance is charged with addressing all forms of financial exploitation and coordinating related services for the entire elder population of the state of Alaska. Our goal is to ensure that every elder victim of financial exploitation who wants assistance: 1) Receives it from existing sources, and 2) Where other assistance is unavailable, to provide individual civil representation.

Contact Us

If you believe that you are a victim of financial exploitation or that someone you know is a victim, please complete a Report of Harm Form (pdf).

If you believe that an elder you know is a victim of financial exploitation or fraud, please complete a Elder Fraud Report Form (pdf).

or simply contact us at:

Office of Elder Fraud & Assistance
900 West 5th Avenue, Suite 525
Anchorage, AK 99501
(907) 334-5954
(907) 269-1071 fax

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