The Ombudsman (om-budz-muhn) is an independent governmental official who receives complaints against government (and government regulated) agencies and/or its officials, who investigates, and who if the complaints are justified, takes action to remedy the complaints.
The Office of Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities (OMHDD) provides resources in the following three areas:
- Client Services (or General Ombudsman Services);
- Medical Review (Death and Serious Injury Reporting);
- Civil Commitment Training
Phone: (651) 757-1800 / firstname.lastname@example.org 121 7th Place East