Contact Your Ombudsman - Takes you to the Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) Ombudsman Registry.
What is an Ombudsman?
(Reference OPNAVINST 1750.1G)
- The Navy Family Ombudsman is a military spouse who has acquired and demonstrated the skills and knowledge to successfully navigate the Navy lifestyle, and in turn, volunteer to help others do the same.
- An ombudsman is a valuable resource of information and a point of contact for Navy families. The Ombudsman's major role is a bridge between the command, its family members, and community resources. Your ombudsman acts as a two-way communicator, a referral agent, and interpersonal helper for all family members of your command.
- The Ombudsman program allows the Service member to be more focused and productive at work because their families have a safety net.
- A Command Ombudsman is a part of the Command Support Team (CST) which includes Commanding Officer (CO), Executive Officer (XO), Command Master Chief (CMC), Chaplains and spouses, who care for the welfare of other navy families.
About the Ombudsman
YOUR OMBUDSMAN WILL: -Serve as a reliable source of information and have direct access to the command. -Pass information to and from the command leadership. ...
YOUR OMBUDSMAN CANNOT: -Provide or recommend childcare or baby-sitting services due to legal and liability implications. ...
Navy Family Resources
Links to help the Navy family.More Information