- The term Ombudsman stands for “citizen representative”
- An Ombudsman addresses complaints and acts as an advocate for residents who have issues concerning care being received in long-term care settings.
- The Ombudsman program provides advocacy for Greene County residents receiving long term care in a nursing home, personal care home, assisted living, domiciliary care home or a private residence.
- Any individual, family member or other community member having a problem may make a confidential and/or anonymous report to CAS
Anyone age 60 or older living in a long term care facility in Greene County and/or anyone receiving services such as In Home Services, Care Management, etc.
For more information please contact:
1-877-814-0788 x533 (toll free)
724-852-2893 x533 (Greene County)