An ombudsman advocates for quality of life and care for people living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Volunteers must be over 18 and live in Tarrant County. We provide certification training and ongoing support. As part of the Area Agency on Aging, the Ombudsman Program's Mission is to work with residents, families, and facility staff to improve the quality of life of residents in long-term care.
What does an ombudsman do?
Visits residents (virtual or in-person)
Offers ideas and options
Protects resident's rights
Visit our website at https://www.unitedwaytarrant.org/ombudsman/
Contact Yuri Martinez at 817-258-8104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About United Way of Tarrant County
1500 N Main, Suite 200, Fort Worth, TX 76164, US
Our mission is to provide leadership and harness resources to solve Tarrant County’s toughest social challenges.
For more than 95 years United Way of Tarrant County has worked to improve the lives of those in the communities we serve. As a nonprofit leader, we partner with companies, organizations, schools, religious institutions and city/state and local governments to fulfill our mission of providing leadership and harnessing resources to solve Tarrant County’s toughest social issues. We also serve as the regional grantee for Tarrant County’s Area Agency on Aging (AAA).
United Way of Tarrant County and AAA employ approximately 70 people dedicated to our mission. Through their efforts, our Campaign and the generosity of individual donors and foundations, we provide resources and funding to more than 40 partner agencies that focus on education, financial stability and health and well-being.
Advocacy & Human Rights
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
March 4, 2021
Verbal / Written Communication
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
An initial 36-hour certification course and monthly trainings