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Trina Mayhan-Webb,Division Director
If you are considering a long-term care facility
Need assistance with a care issue
Would like to file a complaint
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The program is part of a nationwide network established under the federal Older Americans Act to provide consumer information and help residents resolve problems related to care.
Note: For long-term care advocacy services in Prince William County, call 703‑792‑7662, TTY 711.
What is a Long-Term Care Ombudsman?
How Does a Long-Term Care Ombudsman Address Complaints and Concerns?
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program Frequently Asked Questions
Long Term Care Ombudsman Program Tips for Advocates
Long-Term Care State Ombudsman Regional Programs
Long-Term Care Volunteer Ombudsman Program
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Consider volunteering as a Long-Term Care Ombudsman! Ombudsmen advocate for the rights of residents of nursing and assisted living facilities.
Volunteers also help residents resolve conflicts and improve their quality of life.
Our volunteers routinely say they get so much more than they give from this high-impact volunteer opportunity!
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