The mission of the Minnesota Network on Abuse in Later Life is:
-To promote networks of agencies, organizations and individuals through training and community education to address domestic and sexual abuse in later life, advocacy and perpetrator accountability.
-To promote system change
-To serve as the state clearinghouse on issues of abuse in later life.

For the purpose of this survey, the terms later life/older refer to people ages 50 and older.

1. What barriers are you aware of that are specific to older people experiencing domestic/sexual abuse? Check all that apply.

2. Do you currently offer services to any/all persons over age 50? Check all that apply.

3. Does your program provide information about your Abuse in Later Life services/advocacy to the seniors(over 50) in your community? If so, please describe.

4. What local resources do you refer victims of abuse in later life to for information and referrals?

5. Has your agency had previous trainings on issues of abuse in later life?

6. What did the previous training(s) cover?

7. What has been lacking in the trainings? What would be beneficial for your agency?

8. Are there any other ways MNALL help you and your organization meet the challenges of serving victims of domestic/sexual abuse in later life? Please be specific!