Ombudsman Service—–Help Desk

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Thank you for your interest in participating in our “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service offered by community volunteers! What would you like to do?

——–>If you are interested in getting help for your question or issue by contacting a volunteer Ombudsman who is willing to share their experience & their expertise to help you! Find out how to contact a community volunteer Ombudsman to help on a specific topic by reading below.

——–>If you are interested in Helping Your Community as a volunteer Ombudsman by sharing your experience & your expertise! Find out more about participating as a community volunteer Ombudsman on a subject you are passionate about by scrolling down the page.

    There are 2 options for contacting our “Help Desk” and Ombudsman Service:

The community volunteers serving on the “Help Desk” and as Ombudsman are available to help. There are 2 options for getting your question or Request for Help in front of a volunteer Ombudsman who strives to help people with that specific type of issue.

Option #1: Simply send in your question or Request for Help as a “comment” and we will direct you to the people & resources that can help. To learn more, please click on the type of issue you have and the kind of Ombudsman assistance you need. Who do you wish to help?:

| Help Desk & Ombudsman Service Helping Animals |
| Help Desk & Ombudsman Service Helping People |
| Help Desk & Ombudsman Service Helping the Environment & Sustainability Issues |
| Help Desk & Ombudsman Service Helping all Types of Organizations |

Please remember that the Ombudsman Service is for more complex and out of the ordinary questions & concerns. If you have a routine or procedural question, you will want the help of the community volunteer navigators. You will want the Help from a Neighborhood Resource Person–Click Here!

Examples of what a Neighborhood Resource Person does: Help a person adopt a rescued dog, Guide someone through the process of putting solar panels on their house, Assist a Veteran in getting the benefits they qualify for or Walk a person through the process of incorporating as a nonprofit organization. These are routine procedures and people with experience & expertise with the issue can easily assist you in successfully navigating the process.

If you are confused, just send in a question or Request for Help on any post or web page that seems relevant. Simply send your request in as a comment in the “Share Information & Resources” comment section at the bottom of any page or post. The community volunteers helping with CommunityCause.org will make sure your request goes down the right channels or “pathways” and gets to the people who can assist you! We are here to help! 🙂

Option #2: You may send in your question or Request for Help through our classified ads. This reaches a wider community of individuals who may have ideas, information or resources that can help.

Neighborhood Resource Person–Routine or Procedural Questions that You Would Like a Guide to Help You Navigate

Ombudsman–Easy Questions–Ask the Public–Crowdsourcing

Ombudsman–Help with Difficult Problems

All Ombudsmen helping to answer inquiries are community volunteers who state that they have some experience or expertise in the various areas. Use your own judgement on what advice to follow and use the same caution as you would anywhere else on the internet. These community volunteers respond to inquiries as they would on a “forum” or “thread”. The helpful folks who assist you are not screened and are not CommunityCause.org volunteers. Share only information that you would feel comfortable sharing elsewhere on the internet.

Let’s work together to make it easier for people with questions and issues to find the support they deserve and the information they need to find solutions that will make their life easier and resolve the problem. Let’s Make a Difference in our Community and Share what Helps! As a community volunteer Ombudsman assisting with specific subject issues you will guide people to useful tips, advice, books, blogs, websites, videos, newsletters, scientific research, resources and organizations that can help with a specific topic.

To learn more about the “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service, please continue reading. To Contact the “Help Desk” & See the Types of Ombudsmen Available–Click Here!

Thank you for your interest in getting help for your question or issue by contacting our “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service. You can get help with a particularly difficult question or a challenging situation by someone who is willing to share their experience & their expertise to help you! Find out how to contact our “Help Desk” or Ombudsman Service and receive help on a specific topic by reading below.

Thank you for your interest in Helping Your Community by sharing your experience & your expertise as a community volunteer in our “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service! To find out more about participating as a community volunteer in our “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service on a subject you are passionate about, please read on.

Our Ombudsman Service, offered by community volunteers, is available to assist you. An Ombudsman is someone who can help you navigate the complexities of a system to help you get answers or results that you need. They give you suggestions & help you to cut through “red tape”. Simply send in your question or Request for Help and we will direct you to the people & resources that can help.

Our “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service has community volunteers who help get you the assistance you need to solve any challenge or difficulty. It is designed to help you to navigate the system of available help. There are several different parts to our “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service.

The following are online features of the Ombudsman Service. The online categories on the CommunityCause.org website offer replies to specific issues in the same way that a real live Ombudsman Service community volunteer would so please check these resources first, before contacting the Ombudsman Service.

If the website based Ombudsman Service does not answer your question, you may want to contact a Neighborhood Resource Person–Click Here!They are available for easier, routine questions. The Ombudsman Service is meant to assist you with especially difficult or complicated questions or issues.

If you still do not get answers from the Neighborhood resource person, please scroll down the page to find out how to contact the real live community volunteers of the “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service. If you would like to share your experience & your expertise as a community volunteer with the “Help Desk” & Ombudsman Service, please scroll down this page.

  • Decision Tree–This guides you to the best resources using a series of questions.
  • Helpful Resources–View books, blogs, websites and many other resources that are relevant to an issues.
  • Directory of Services and Organizations–This helps you to find the exact organizations that provide the services you need to handle specific situations.
  • Reasons & Responses–What you will Hear/See and what you can Say/Do in Response to specific situations
  • Activate the Community Response System–This is a “triage” system that gets expertise, information & resources to the individuals & organizations that need it.
  • Neighborhood Resource Person–Get Help for easier difficulties by contacting a person directly. They are willing to help walk you through specific types of situations within their area of experience.
  • Ombudsman Service offered by community volunteers–Get Help with more complicated issues. This is especially good for tougher situations that could not be worked through using the Concierge Service. The “Community Response System” sends your request out to community volunteers who are waiting to help on a variety of issues. It works like a forum or online community that send in suggestions or recommendations in response to your question.
  • Tips for Dealing with People or Roles
  • Techniques for Dealing with the Organizations Involved
  • Benefit from the Lending Library by Asking individuals or organizations to let you temporarily use or borrow a needed item to help solve your problem

    There are 2 options for contacting our Ombudsman Service:

The community volunteers serving on the “Help Desk” and as Ombudsman are available to help. There are 2 options for getting your question or Request for Help in front of a volunteer Ombudsman who strives to help people with that specific type of issue.

Option #1: Simply send in your question or Request for Help as a “comment” and we will direct you to the people & resources that can help. To learn more, please click on the type of issue you have and the kind of Ombudsman assistance you need. Who do you wish to help?:

| Help Desk & Ombudsman Service Helping Animals |
| Help Desk & Ombudsman Service Helping People |
| Help Desk & Ombudsman Service Helping the Environment & Sustainability Issues |
| Help Desk & Ombudsman Service Helping all Types of Organizations |

Please remember that the Ombudsman Service is for more complex and out of the ordinary questions & concerns. If you have a routine or procedural question, you will want the help of the community volunteer navigators. You will want the Help from a Neighborhood Resource Person–Click Here!

Examples of what a Neighborhood Resource Person does: Help a person adopt a rescued dog, Guide someone through the process of putting solar panels on their house, Assist a Veteran in getting the benefits they qualify for or Walk a person through the process of incorporating as a nonprofit organization. These are routine procedures and people with experience & expertise with the issue can easily assist you in successfully navigating the process.

If you are confused, just send in a question or Request for Help on any post or web page that seems relevant. Simply send your request in as a comment in the “Share Information & Resources” comment section at the bottom of any page or post. The community volunteers helping with CommunityCause.org will make sure your request goes down the right channels or “pathways” and gets to the people who can assist you! We are here to help! 🙂

Option #2: You may send in your question or Request for Help through our classified ads. This reaches a wider community of individuals who may have ideas, information or resources that can help.

Neighborhood Resource Person–Routine or Procedural Questions that You Would Like a Guide to Help You Navigate

Ombudsman–Easy Questions–Ask the Public–Crowdsourcing

Ombudsman–Help with Difficult Problems

All Ombudsmen helping to answer inquiries are community volunteers who state that they have some experience or expertise in the various areas. Use your own judgement on what advice to follow and use the same caution as you would anywhere else on the internet. These community volunteers respond to inquiries as they would on a “forum” or “thread”. The helpful folks who assist you are not screened and are not CommunityCause.org volunteers. Share only information that you would feel comfortable sharing elsewhere on the internet.

Let’s work together to make it easier for people with questions and issues to find the support they deserve and the information they need to find solutions that will make their life easier and resolve the problem. Let’s Make a Difference in our Community and Share what Helps! As a community volunteer Ombudsman assisting with specific subject issues you will guide people to useful tips, advice, books, blogs, websites, videos, newsletters, scientific research, resources and organizations that can help with a specific topic.

    Thank you for taking this Opportunity to Share your Experience & your Expertise with your Community!


Thank you for Helping Your Community! Thanks for Making a Positive Difference in the World!


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