Many issues would’ve never been solved without the ombudsman. Don’t know what I would do without them!
— Family Member
[PDF] Having trouble with PDFs? Download and install Adobe Reader.
- What is RSVP? [PDF]
- Volunteering/Benefits [PDF]
- Tutoring/Mentoring [PDF]
- Current RSVP Volunteer Opportunities [PDF]
- How to Be a Volunteer Station [PDF]
- OMB Release of Records [PDF]
- OMB Consultation Summary [PDF]
- OMB Complaint Intake [PDF]
- OMB Complaint Form [PDF]
- OMB Hours - Facility Work [PDF]
- OMB Hours - Visitation [PDF]
RSVP is a volunteer placement service for seniors 55 and older. Multiple opportunities are available. Get more information on how you can volunteer. More »
The “Idaho Reads” program is designed to partner seniors with students struggling with their reading skills. Mentoring programs work with at-risk children through schools and other programs like CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Juvenile Justice, and the Teen Aid Project. More »
Volunteers visit home-bound seniors (ages 60+) to offer friendship and provide helpful information and assistance to empower them to remain living in their own homes. More »
This program utilizes volunteers to educate seniors on how to prevent healthcare fraud, how to avoid being a target and how to report suspicious billing. More »
Volunteer ombudsmen make a difference in the lives of vulnerable adults living in long-term care. Ombudsmen are problem-solvers trained to advocate for elders in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. More »
County Councils on Aging volunteer members serve on advisory boards and councils serving seniors in the 5 northern counties of Idaho. County Councils on Aging meet twice a year with Area Agency staff to advise on a variety of topics.