Services across all sub functions include information and referral, individual clinical and non-clinical consultation, educational classes and workshops.
What is an OMBUDSMAN? The Ombudsman is a volunteer, appointed by the commanding officer, to serve as an information link between command leadership and Navy families. They disseminate information both up and down the chain of command, including official Department of the Navy and command information, command climate issues, local quality of life (QOL) improvement opportunities, and “good deals” around the community. OMBUDSMEN assist families and the command by providing resource referrals when needed, and by assisting with the resolution of family issues before the issues require extensive command attention. The FFSC provides
Disseminates information…..including official Department of the Navy and command information, command climate issues, local quality of life (QOL) improvement opportunities, and “good deals” around the community. Shaped largely by the CO’s perceived needs of the command. The CO determines the priorities of the program, the roles and relationships of those involved in it, and the type and level of support it will receive.
Advisory group- Establish OMBUDSMAN Program Advisory Group and provide guidance for Regional OMBUDSMAN Advisory Boards who will forward issues and recommendations to the Program Advisory Group. Website purpose - to provide additional information on the program and to provide an Ombudsman locator.
Held in February.
Transition resources - Training and Education. Career Resources. Federal Transition Resources. Company Research. Job Fair Schedule. Salary and Compensation. Self-Employment Resources. Relocation Research. Reserve transition resources - enhance support for Guard and Reserve families and maintain a Total Force approach to family readiness.
CONSEP INCLUDES: Personal Planning, Financial Planning, Navy Career Options and Career Planning. CONSEP is a proven retention tool.
Javan Owens, the CNIC HQ Counseling Awareness and Prevention Programs Lead, will talk to you about the FFSP Crisis Response Programs.
SAPR recognizes the importance of both prevention and response for eliminating sexual assault in the military. Awareness and prevention education products and trainings are available in a number of formats: live and on-demand web-based trainings, in-person trainings, etc. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Military installations host a variety of activities to increase awareness about sexual assault and available services. At your installation’s FFSC, the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) is your point of contact for the SAPR program. SAPR provides 24/7 victim response through a network of volunteer SAPR victim advocates, who are trained and coordinated by the SARC.
Addresses the financial education needs of Sailors and their families and the Navy’s need to keep personnel focused on mission readiness through information and referral, education and training, and financial counseling .