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The Office of Ombudsman for Long-Term Care has partnered with Moving Home Minnesota to promote self-advocacy through educational training and support tools for people who are living or receiving services in nursing homes and assisted living settings. The Office of Ombudsman for Long-Term Care also has staff available to help develop and strengthen family and resident councils in nursing homes through its Resident and Family Advisory Council Education (RFACE) program. Regional Ombudsman staff regularly attend resident and family council meetings to support residents and can assist with concerns when needed.  

Contact our intake line, 651-431-2555 or toll free 1-800-657-3591, to be connected to the right staff to support your resident council/family council/or self-advocacy training needs.     

Learn more about our Self-Advocacy Specialists and how to contact them. 


Stand Up for Yourself and Each Other - You are the Key

There are six different training sessions currently available for people living in nursing homes and nursing home resident councils: 

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