At VOYCE, we are always looking for volunteers to help us on our mission to educate and empower individuals across the continuum of long-term care. Right now, our greatest need is for ombudsman volunteers.

Volunteer as an Ombudsman

As a trained ombudsman volunteer, you will advocate for the rights of residents in long-term care communities, help resolve conflicts, and improve the quality of life for one of our most vulnerable groups.

Find out more about becoming a volunteer ombudsman. Plus, listen to Aneeta Brown describe her experience in the video.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for other ways to make a difference? Check out our other volunteer opportunities!

Featured Volunteer

Photo of June Brown

June Brown has been an ombudsman volunteer with VOYCE since 2003. During her time at Northview Village, she has spoken with dietitians, nurses, social workers, and more in her tireless efforts to improve the quality of life of the residents.

“On this earth it doesn’t matter what job we do, or how much money we make. We can’t take it with us. What we can take with us are the thoughts, and the memories of things we’ve done to help someone, and how we made someone else feel better.”

June Brown

Read more about her experience in June’s story: If You See Something, Say Something on One Legacy.