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New COMUSJAPAN Liberty Policy
Sasebo Firefighters Celebrate the New Year with Dezome-shiki
Sasebo Community Honors Dr. Martin Luther King’s Legacy
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A Corsair Comes Home
The Newest Technology in the Oldest Building
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Remembrance Ceremony for 2011 Great Tohoku Earthquake Victims
CFAS and Local Community Remember Soto Dam POWs
Sasebo USO Completes Home Away from Home Renovation
USFJ Liberty Policy
U.S. Military Vessel Embarks JGSDF Vehicles for First Point-to-Point Shipment
Pure Training
U.S. Military Vessel Embarks JGSDF Vehicles for First Point-to-Point Shipment
CFAS Celebrates Fire Prevention Week
Wrapped Angels
EDUCATORS TOUR HISTORIC SASEBO NAVY BASE
CFAS Security Honors Late Four-Legged Partners
Guard & Protect 2016 Commences at CFAS
Army Inspects Naval Nutrition
Plunging for a Purpose
New Memorandum Allows JMSDF Transit through NMC Maebata
CFAS Remembers Great Tohoku Earthquake Victims
Celebrating Certification
CNIC Vice Admiral Jackson Visits CFAS
Sasebo Community Honors Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Soto Dam POWs Remembered by CFAS and Sasebo
CFAS Commemorates 75th Anniversary of the Battle of Midway
CFAS Holds Change of Command Ceremony
Sasebo Sailors Share the Language of the Seas
Neighbors Helping Neighbors in Need
Sasebo Sailor Saves Shock Victim
Sasebo's CDC Santa
Red Cross Opens First CFAS Branch Office
African-American Service and Struggles Remembered at CFAS Black History Month Celebration
Sharing Support across Services
CFAS Turns Over Recently Discovered Navy Artifacts to Sasebo Board of Education

Fleet and Family Support Center

FFSC

We are very pleased to have you visit us on-line, and look forward to meeting you in person when you visit our offices, located in building 310, just inside the main gate of Fleet Activities Sasebo. Our customer service hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, weekdays.

Fleet and Family Support Center Programs support the individual and family readiness and adaptation to life in the Navy. Programs include:

  • Deployment support for Sailors and their families
  • Personal and family wellness education and counseling emergency preparedness and response
  • Crisis intervention and response
  • Military and personal career development
  • Financial education and counseling
  • Spouse employment

 

Navy Fleet and Family Support Center Program is organized into three sub-functional areas: Deployment Readiness, Career Support and Retention, and Crisis Response. Across all three sub-functions, services include information and referral, individual clinical and non-clinical consultation.

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