Ombudsman / AAA

Long-Term Care
An Ombudsman is a person who is an advocate for residents living in long-term care facilities.  An Ombudsman’s role is to regularly visit and talk to residents while monitoring living conditions. Our Ombudsmen investigates resident complaints and works with facility staff to solve or mediate problems. Also provided is education about long-term care communities and residents’ rights. This federally-mandated advocacy service is grant funded by federal and state funds and is provided at no cost to long-term care residents, their friends and families, and the community at large.  

Colorado Long-Term Ombudsman Program

Region 14 Ombudsmen serve residents of the following five care facilities at this time: 

Trinidad Inn Nursing Home
409 Benedicta Ave, Trinidad CO 81082
(719) 846-9291

Legacy at Trinidad 
33 Legacy Lane, Trinidad CO 81082
(719) 846-8662

Mt. San Raphael Hospital (swing beds)
410 Benedicta Ave, Trinidad CO 81082
(719) 846-9213

Spanish Peaks Veterans Community Living Center at Walsenburg
23500 US-160, Walsenburg CO 81089
(719) 738-5100  

Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center/Extended Care Unit
23500 US-160, Walsenburg CO 81089
(719) 738-5100  

For more information or to request a presentation by the Region 14 LTC Ombudsman:
(719) 859-5755 or ombudsman@sccog.net