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National Consumer Voice for Quality Long Term Care

1828 L St NW Ste 801
Washington, DC 20036-5104
(202) 332-2275
Fax: (202) 332-2949
Services Offered:
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    About My Business
    The Consumer Voice envisions a world in which all consumers of long-term care, services and supports are treated with respect and dignity and have a wide range of affordable, quality options across all settings. These options will make it possible for individuals to receive care and services in the location and manner of their choice and to attain a high quality of life.

    The Consumer Voice is the leading national voice representing consumers in issues related to long-term care, helping to ensure that consumers are empowered to advocate for themselves. We are a primary source of information and tools for consumers, families, caregivers, advocates and ombudsmen to help ensure quality care for the individual.

    The Consumer Voice's mission is to represent consumers at the national level for quality long-term care, services and supports.

    To carry out our mission, we:
    • Advocate for public policies that support quality care and quality of life responsive to consumers’ needs in all long-term care settings
    • Empower and educate consumers and families with the knowledge and tools they need to advocate for themselves
    • Train and support individuals and groups that empower and advocate for consumers of long-term care
    • Promote the critical role of direct-care workers and best practices in quality-care delivery
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