Become an Advocate

Make a difference in your community.

New Mexico’s older and disabled adults need advocates like you.

As an Ombudsman, you offer long-term care residents the voice they need at times when they need it most. Join other dedicated, caring individuals in a shared quest to provide safety, dignity, and quality of life to our older adults.

  • Ensure people receive the rights they deserve
  • Ensure people receive the care they deserve
  • Help investigate and resolve concerns

Learn more about becoming an advocate for elders.

By submitting this form, I agree to New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services Department contacting me by email and/or phone to share information and opportunities.

Free training and ongoing in-service education are provided to all volunteers. For more information, please call the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program at 1-866-451-2901.

Ombudsman Program: 1-866-451-2901

Ombudsman Program Brochure

Ombudsman Job Description

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