Long deployments, frequent moves, and mission readiness demands impose many stresses on military families, often leading to marital and parent child conflict. Concern for the welfare of Navy families and the effects of family violence on military performance prompted the establishment of FAP in 1976.
The five primary goals of FAP are:
- Prevention of family violence
- Victim safety and protection
- Offender accountability
- Rehabilitative education and counseling
- Command intervention
FAP COMMAND LEADERSHIP TRAINING
This is a one-day introductory course emphasizing the command's crucial role in all aspects of the Family Advocacy Program (FAP). Topics include an overview of FAP, prevention, intervention, legal issues, reporting and the crucial role the command plays in all aspects of the program. Who should attend: Command leadership personnel, CRC members, and Key Responders?
FAP POC QUARTERLY TRAINING
This quarterly training is primarily for Command FAP POCs but open to anyone who has a role in the Family Advocacy Program. Training is on current FAP issues and resources available within the Family Advocacy Program as well as associated community resources.
For more information or to register, call 887-4606
FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM (FAP) - PHONE NUMBERS
Naval Medical Center
Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate (DAVA) after hours: