What is an Ombudsman?
Ombudsmen are volunteers appointed by a commanding officer (CO) to serve as an information link between command leadership and command families. Ombudsmen are trained to disseminate information — official Department of the Navy (DoN) and command information, command-climate issues and local community opportunities. Ombudsmen are advocates for the command and command families and are trained to provide information and make referrals. Ombudsmen maintain an up-to-date list of resources to refer family members to the appropriate agency.
Worldwide Contact Site: https://ombudsmanregistry.cnic.navy.mil/?m=contactombudsman
Ombudsman Assembly & Advanced Trainings
The Ombudsman Monthly Assembly is an opportunity for command-appointed Ombudsman to share ideas, obtain updated information, and receive training from area program and resource specialists. Commanding Officers, Executive Officers, Chaplains, Command Master Chiefs and their spouses are also encouraged to attend. Meetings are held at FFSC Bldg. 3365, Community Readiness Center, 4th Floor every second Wednesday from 1730 - 1830 *(except September & December). To present at the Assembly or if you have any questions, please contact the CFAY Ombudsman: email@example.com.
Ombudsman Advanced training precedes the Assembly and coordinated by CFAY FFSC's Ombudsman Coordinator. The purpose of advanced training is to support command-sponsored Ombudsmen's ongoing educational and informational needs. To be added to the Ombudsman distribution list; for up-to-date schedules; or to attend the training, please contact the FFSC Ombudsman
Coordinator at 243-9907.