Nebraska Long-Term Care Ombudsman Long-Term Care Ombudsman (800) 942-7830 
"To Empower and Enhance the lives of residents in long-term care facilities by seeking resolution of issues and advocating for residents' rights."

What is a Long-Term Care Ombudsman?
A LTC Ombudsman is an advocate for the rights and well being of nursing home and assisted-living facility residents
What services are available through the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program?
  • Education to inform residents, families, facility staff and others on a variety of issues related to aging, long-term care and residents’ rights.
  • Information and Referral to empower individuals to resolve concerns and complaints on their own behalf.
  • Consultation to make recommendations for protecting the rights of residents and improving their care and quality of life.
  • Individual Advocacy to facilitate the resolution of concerns and complaints and to protect the rights of residents.
  • Systems Advocacy to identify significant concerns and problematic trends and to advocate for systemic changes that will benefit current and future residents of long-term care facilities.
Who can contact the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program?
Anyone can contact the LTC Ombudsman Program to discuss or seek assistance in resolving a problem, concern, or complaint impacting one or more residents of a long-term care facility. This includes residents, friends, family members, facility staff, and others. As the resident advocate, however, the LTC Ombudsman always seeks to resolve the concern to the satisfaction of the resident.
How can I contact the Long-Term Ombudsman Program that serves my area?
The LTC Ombudsman Program can be contacted by phone, in writing, or by e-mail. Nebraska’s LTC Ombudsman Program consists of the State Office and several Local LTC Ombudsman Programs, which are located at Area Agencies on Aging and serve specific regions. Select the PDF file below or contact the State Office to find out which LTC Ombudsman program serves your area. Ombudsman Map
Other Long Term Care Resources:
This booklet provides information on advance directives, power of attorney, and other ways of allowing someone to make decisions on behalf of another person.

For more information, contact:
Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman
P. O. Box 95026
Lincoln NE  68509-5026
Toll Free Phone: (800) 942-7830 
Local Phone: : (402) 471-2307
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