|How to Contact the Office of Children's Ombudsman|
The OCO is not an emergency intervention service.
If you are calling about a case in need of immediate action, call your
local Department of Human Services office or law enforcement agency.
All contact with the OCO is strictly confidential
A 24-hour voicemail is available for your use. If you call outside business hours, please leave your name and a number where you may be reached during regular office hours.
|How to File a Complaint|
The Intake Investigator will need the following information from you:
The Ombudsman will determine if the OCO has the authority to investigate your complaint. You will receive an acknowledgment letter from the OCO providing referral information to assist you in resolving your problem, or notice that your case will be investigated.