Ombudsman


Fairfax County has several ombudsman programs that advocate for educate the community on issues affecting the quality of life for county residents.

Community Interfaith Liaison - coordinates efforts to broaden communications, strengthen network initiatives and develop collaborative working relationships between the county and the interfaith community

Northern Virginia Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program - advocates for persons receiving long-term care services in the City of Alexandria and the counties of Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun to ensure the highest quality of life and care

Ombudsman for Religious and Community Groups - works with religious and community groups that are seeking to either expand or relocate their facilities, providing insight and assistance through the various phases of the process


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