Long-Term Care Ombudsmen

PCOA’s Long-Term Care Ombudsmen Program consists of volunteers and staff specialists who visit assisted living and nursing home residents in Pima County to advocate for residents rights.

Our Ombudsmen provide routine visits to long-term care facilities to talk to residents and to monitor the conditions of each facility. This program provides a safe and confidential way for long-term care residents to voice their complaints and concerns.

This program is part of the State and National Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program.

Click here for more information or contact PCOA’s Helpline at (520) 790-7262 or e-mail ltco@pcoa.org.

 

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