An ombudsman is a person who responds to the concerns of elderly persons or disabled adults who live in long-Term care facilities.

A Local Long Term Care Ombudsman (LLTCO) identifies, investigates, and resolves complaints made by or behalf of residents who reside in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, and Critical Access Hospitals (Swing Beds). Ombudsman programs helps residents, family members and others understand resident rights and support residents in exercising their rights guaranteed by Law.

Kim Leibenguth
Contact Information: 406-883-7284 or 406-890-0935

Julie White
Contact Information: 406-883-7284 or Cell: 406-212-7071

Montana State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, Carmen Sciabica – 406-444-3285