NAVY SUPPORT
Navy Support

                                                                                                                                                       

MCCS Marine & Family Programs is your Navy Fleet & Family Support Center.

 

Individual Deployment Support Specialist (IDSS) ~ Navy Liaison with MCCS

The Navy Individual Deployment Support Specialist (IDSS) actively supports the Individual Augmentees (IAs). The IDSS provides active outreach for MCCS Marine & Family Support Programs to all US NAVY Personnel aboard Commander, Fleet Activities Okinawa (CFAO) and their tenant commands, Commander, Task Force Seventy-Six (CTF-76) at White Beach, and the U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa on Camp Foster.

* Please email mcbb_NavySupport@usmc.mil to schedule your deployment briefs.


The Navy Support Brochure has all of the MCCS Marine & Family Programs, resources, and contact information.


     Exceptional Family Member Program   

          USNHO EFMP Office

          Military One Source Tools and Forms

          EFMP Family Support Reference Guide

          DD FORM 2792 "Family Member Medical Summary," Aug. 2014

          DD FORM 2792-1 "Special Education/Early Intervention Summary," Aug. 2014


     Family Connection Newsletter     JAN2019     FEB2019     MAR2019     APR2019


     IA Sailor & Family Support

          IA Sailor Lifecycle Website

          IA Family Handbook

          IA Sailor Handbook

          IA Deployment Checklist


L.I.N.K.S. For Navy Spouses 

The L.I.N.K.S. for Navy Spouses workshop provides information about the Navy’s mission, lifestyle, opportunities for sharing knowledge and information about available resources. Come meet other spouses, network, and share at this one-day workshop! 

     L.I.N.K.S. For Navy Spouses     * Please email mcbb_NavySupport@usmc.mil if you are interested in attending a workshop.


Ombudsman Basic Training (OBT)

Ombudsman Basic Training is required of all appointed ombudsmen who are volunteers within their Navy commands. It provides information to properly execute the duties of a command ombudsman. OBT is offered in two options – one being the traditional classroom setting from the local MCCS IDSS Certified Ombudsman Trainer and electronically, through eOBT. Both versions meet the training requirement detailed in the OPNAVINST 1750.1 series.

     OBT     * Please email mcbb_NavySupport@usmc.mil to schedule your Ombudsman Basic Trainings.

     Ombudsman Registry

     

Ombudsman Advanced Trainings

Initial, or basic, training ensures that ombudsmen deliver a standard level of service to the Navy families. As ombudsmen grow in their roles, advanced training enables them to stay abreast of changes in services and to become familiar with new programs available to Sailors and their families. Advanced trainings begin after an ombudsman completes OBT.

 

Family Readiness Groups (FRGs)

The Family Readiness Group is a professionally run, volunteer organization that is governed by organizational bylaws. The FRG provides social informational and morale building to enhance family readiness and enable local Navy families to meet the challenges of the Navy lifestyle. The FRG also provides direct support to families whose sailors are away as an Individual Augmentee. Trainings are eight hours.

 

What is the difference between the Ombudsman and Family Readiness Groups?      

     OMB/FRG

   

 

Contact Us

Phone: 645-5707 (on-base) and 098-970-5707 (off-base)

Email: mcbb_NavySupport@usmc.mil

Navy Support / Individual Deployment Support Specialist

 

The Deployment Cycle Briefs, Ombudsman Basic Trainings, and Family Readiness Group Trainings are available upon request.


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Ombudsman Basic Training (OBT)

Ombudsman Basic Training is required of all appointed ombudsmen who are volunteers within their Navy commands. It provides information to properly execute the duties of a command ombudsman. OBT is offered in two options – one being the traditional classroom setting from the local MCCS IDSS Certified Ombudsman Trainer and electronically, through eOBT. Both versions meet the training requirement detailed in the OPNAVINST 1750.1 series.

     OBT     * Please email mcbb_NavySupport@usmc.mil to schedule your Ombudsman Basic Trainings.    

     Ombudsman Registry


Ombudsman Advanced Trainings

Initial, or basic, training ensures that ombudsmen deliver a standard level of service to the Navy families. As ombudsmen grow in their roles, advanced training enables them to stay abreast of changes in services and to become familiar with new programs available to Sailors and their families. Advanced trainings begin after an ombudsman completes OBT.

         

Family Readiness Groups (FRGs)

The Family Readiness Group is a professionally run, volunteer organization that is governed by organizational bylaws. The FRG provides social informational and morale building to enhance family readiness and enable local Navy families to meet the challenges of the Navy lifestyle. The FRG also provides direct support to families whose sailors are away as an Individual Augmentee. Trainings are eight hours.


What is the difference between the Ombudsman and Family Readiness Groups?      

     OMB/FRG

Contact Us

Phone: 645-5707 (on-base) and 098-970-5707 (off-base)

Email: mcbb_NavySupport@usmc.mil 

Navy Support / Individual Deployment Support Specialist


The Deployment Cycle Briefs, Ombudsman Basic Trainings, and Family Readiness Group Trainings are available upon request.


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