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Certified Ombudsman

R&S Committee

Certified Ombudsmen Volunteers are independent citizen advocates who visit the residents of long-term care facilities, identifying complaints and concerns.

They investigate these complaints and work with the staff of the facilities to resolve problems, advocating from the resident point of view.

Volunteers advocate, educate, and investigate on behalf of the resident, for the resident, to protect their rights and dignity.

After a five-day training, Certified Ombudsmen Volunteers set their own schedule, attend monthly support group meetings, and volunteer 5-10 hours a week.  To download an application packet, click here.



 

- Do you like to be a problem solver?

-Do you like to work independently, using your skills and talents?

-Do you want to have a direct impact?

-Do you have 5-10 hours a week to make weekly visits to residents?

Consider volunteering for the Ombudsman program.  Trainings are held around the state for a variety of roles. 
Training dates are listed on our home page.
Members of the Recruitment and Screening Committees (R & S) are responsible for recruiting and screening ombudsman program volunteers in their communities.

They also create public awareness about the program and its services. 

R&S Committee volunteers set their own schedule about five hours a month.  To download an application and position description, click here.