Coronavirus update: On March 13, the federal government ordered long-term care facilities to restrict all visits. At this time, all visits by NJ LTCO staff are suspended. However, the NJ LTCO continues to accept complaints and will reach out to the long-term care facility by telephone in order to attempt to resolve any problems a resident might be experiencing. The LTCO can be reached by calling 1-877-582-6995 or by email at email@example.com You can find additional information on these restrictions on the NJ Department of Health website or you can call the DOH at 1-800-792-9770. Additional info for families and residents is also available on the Consumer Voice website.
NJ Agency that combats nursing home elder abuse urgently needs volunteers in Passaic, Bergen and Hudson counties. Training classes forming now!
The New Jersey Long Term Care Ombudsman (NJLTCO) has identified an urgent need for volunteer nursing home advocates in the northern part of the state.