The Fleet and Family Support Program (FFSP) promotes self-reliance and resiliency to strengthen the military and its family members, supports mission readiness, assists commanders in planning for and responding to family readiness needs, and facilitates building a strong community network of services through community outreach and partnerships.
The FFSP aims to deliver the best services at the right time and in the right place. The vision of this organization relies on the delivery of programs and services to customers as the provider of choice over all competitors, public or private. Thus, FFSP strives to attain an adaptive organization that aggressively anticipates change to meet the ongoing needs of Navy families, enhance family resiliency, and decrease the stigma associated with the use of FFSP programs and services.
There are currently 80 service delivery sites worldwide, with 58 sites delivering a full portfolio of programs and services. For more information, contact your local Fleet and Family Support Center.
The Family Emergency Response Program manages the development and implementation of CNIC’s response plans to provide assistance to the Navy family during a natural or man-made disaster. The program provides analysis and evaluation of the effectiveness of family support, disaster response and emergency preparedness. It ensures that the Family Readiness Programs are entrenched in emergency response protocols, plans and exercises at all levels of Navy emergency management.