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Contact Local Ombudsman Hours
Main: (719) 524-0046
               (719) 352-9657

         (719)216-4914
        
Monday–Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Address
Warrior Transition Battalion
1665 Cochrane Circle
Bldg. 7495
Fort Carson, Colorado 80913
 

Overview

Army Medicine logoOmbudsman, is a communication link between the Commanding Officer and family members. Ombudsmen are mainly Information and Referral Specialists who help command family members gain the assistance they need. The Ombudsman functions as a resource in support of Soldiers assigned to a Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) and their Family Members as well as Non-WTU Soldiers and their Family Members to resolve issues that the Soldier or Family Member has been unable to resolve through normal channels, many of which are complex or overwhelming. Issues include, but are not limited to: health care, physical disability processing, Reserve Component medical retention, transition to the Veterans Administration, and administrative related issues. related issue or any others need. Ombudsmen are DA Civilians who have been selected for their experience, determination, and passion to help Soldiers.

The Ombudsman is intended as a Soldier resource and not as a means of circumventing the chain of command. They also work closely with the MEDCOM Medical Action Group (MAG) to assist with issues that come through the Army-wide Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline.

In every case, the Ombudsman is an objective and impartial advocate who will attempt to provide thorough, expedient and effective resolution to inquiries, or link the Soldier or Family Member to the appropriate subject matter expert.

They are located at 35 Locations in the United States, Puerto Rico and Europe. Soldiers and Family Members having a problem/issue will be well served by calling or visiting an Ombudsman. This option will allow the ombudsman to communicate directly with the Soldier/Family Member and Other concerned parties to ensure proper resolution of the issue presented

 
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Last Modified 16 September, 2014