Community Counseling

Marines, Sailors, and their families may access help directly through Community Counseling Program. There is no wrong door for getting help. Counselors conduct screenings, actively assess needs, provide counseling, and connect Marines and families with additional resources through referrals and direct handoffs between programs and facilities.

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Family Advocacy Program

The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) works to prevent and reduce domestic violence and child abuse. Victim Advocacy (VA) provides support and assistance to adult victims of domestic abuse or sexual assault.

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Military & Family Life Counselors

Military & Family Life Counselors (MFLCs) are experienced behavioral health professionals assigned to installations, embedded in units, schools, and Child Development and Youth Centers,

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New Parent Support

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of social workers and nurses who offer education, counseling and support to expectant parents, adoptive parents or families with children five and under.

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Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) is a science-based, comprehensive and integrated program for the United States Marine Corps that is committed to the prevention and ultimate elimination of sexual assault in the Corps while simultaneously providing world-class care to victims of the crime.

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Substance Misuse

Substance Abuse Counseling Center (SACC) provides treatment services to maximize force preservation and readiness through prevention, deterrence, identification and early intervention of substance misuse and substance use disorders.

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Substance Assessment and Counseling Program

Substance Assessment and Counseling Program and Drug Demand Reduction offers evidence based programs to educate Marines, Sailors and family members regarding the dangers of alcohol misuse and illegal drugs, and the personal and professional consequences of their actions while under the influence.

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Suicide Prevention

Each tragic loss to suicide has far reaching impact on families, friends, and Marines left behind.

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Domestic Abuse

Everyone’s situation is different — domestic abuse can happen to anyone and it’s not their fault. And it can be difficult to know how to help a friend, coworker or loved one who is in an abusive relationship.

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