The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program advocates for the rights of individuals receiving long-term care in any setting, including their own home, nursing home, assisted living, group home, and those enrolled in MyCare Ohio.
Our Ombudsman volunteers provide crucial services to people receiving long-term care who are unable to stand up for themselves.
As a volunteer, you would advocate for residents’ rights, make sure they are receiving quality care, and offer them comfort in knowing they have someone on their side.
All Ombudsman volunteers receive comprehensive training, certification and the chance to provide a voice for those in need. To learn more call 800-589-5826.
Watch our video to learn more about volunteering:
For More Information or to Speak with an Ombudsman
Call 800-589-5826 or complete our Contact Form and someone will be in touch as soon as possible.
For a full list of residents’ rights under Ohio law, click here.