The long-term care ombudsman program provides assistance to
residents and their families who are served through the long-term care
The program offers counseling, information, and advocacy services for and on behalf of residents in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and older persons who receive community-based care.
The Ombudsman is available to identify, investigate, and work to resolve complaints about long-term care services.
Eligibility Criteria :
Resident of long-term care facility; 60 years of age and older for persons receiving community-based care services
Cost of Service :
There is no fee for service.
Service Area :
Floyd, Giles, Montgomery, and Pulaski Counties; Radford City; and the Towns of Blacksburg, Christiansburg, and Pulaski
Contact Information :
Phone: (540) 980-7720 or
(866) 260 - 4417 (Floyd &Giles)