Become an Ombudsman Volunteer

Do you have 3 hours a week to help?


Ombudsmen provide a voice for long-term care residents at a time in their lives when they are particularly vulnerable. A corps of more than 100 dedicated Ombudsman volunteers statewide assist residents by:

  • Advocating for their Rights
  • Investigating and Helping to Resolve Concerns
  • Ensuring Residents Receive the Care They Deserve

Apply to Become an Ombudsman Volunteer

For more information, please call the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program at 1-866-451-2901.
Learn more about becoming an Ombudsman Volunteer.
Download the Ombudsman Volunteer Job Description.

Free training and ongoing in-service education are provided to all volunteers.

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