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The Delaware Long-Term Care Ombudsman (LTCO) Volunteer Program provides opportunities for Delaware citizens to make a difference in the lives of residents living in long-term care settings. Volunteers are an essential component to the Ombudsman program and under the supervision of staff, our Volunteer Ombudsman advocate for long-term care residents, conduct facility visits and respond to resident complaints.
What Does a Volunteer Ombudsman Do?
Who Can Volunteer?
Volunteers must be Delaware residents, 18 years or older, have available transportation, complete all required trainings, and have a genuine interest in making a difference in the lives of residents. Qualifications
Potential volunteers may be ineligible to participate in the LTCO Volunteer Program if any of the following apply:
For more information, please call 1-855-773-1002 or email Email: DHSS_OSEC_Ombudsman@delaware.gov to request a volunteer application.