Welcome to the New Jersey Long-Term Care Ombudsman Website

What's New

The NJ Office of the Attorney General announced on Feb. 6 that a Willingboro couple was charged with stealing $49,500 from the bank account of an elderly resident living in a Burlington County nursing home. NJ LTCO Field Investigator Fred Zeilsdorff had investigated this case as a result of information received from Wells Fargo Bank and referred it to the NJ OAG. Detective Seth Thomas coordinated the investigation for the OAG.

Stop Elder Abuse

LTCO advocates for the rights of residents of long-term care facilities and investigates allegations of abuse, neglect and exploitation. LTCO is the voice of the state’s most vulnerable institutionalized elderly citizens.

Local Volunteer Opportunities

You can help to improve the lives of elderly residents of long-term care facilities in your neighborhood. Volunteers receive 32 hours of free training.  Classes are forming now.

If you or someone you know:

  • Is living in a nursing home or developmental center
  • Has or will be there for 90 days or more
  • Is eligible for Medicaid
  • Wants to move back into the community

The I Choose Home NJ Program may be able to help you move back into the community with low- or no-cost in-home services.


Last Updated: Monday, 02/12/18