Is mental abuse from someone living in a home with an elderly person enough to bring charges against them?

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It has to be physical or at least the threat. Then you have to be tough and refuse to let them back in your life once they are released.
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I'm sorry to hear about what is happening. What type of mental abuse is going on? Please call 911 if you are in immediate danger. Or contact a social worker, therapist or counselor or church services to get more assistance or to access any community resources.
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You can contact area on aging and ask for a social worker to call on the abused and abuser. As Veronica suggested, we need more info to be helpful in an answer. One can always file charges but what do you want to happen? Do you want the abuser removed from the home? Do you want the abused to be taken to a facility? What does the abused want? Are you the abused? Can you leave? Give us more details and perhaps we can help you sort out a course of action.
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Ann we need to know more before we can answer your question.
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