Long Term Care Ombudsmen

When you suspect that your loved one isn't receiving satisfactory care, it's good to know there's already someone in your corner. Thousands of volunteer and paid ombudsmen help resolve problems and improve conditions.

Key ombudsmen services:

  • Investigate and resolve complaints
  • Educate consumers about services and concerns
  • Represent residents in legal matters
  • Monitor conditions
  • Advocate for improvements


Looking for a provider of "Long Term Care Ombudsmen" in your area?




To contact an ombudsman, contact your state's unit or administration for aging. The program is federally overseen by the Administration of Aging.