The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) provides clinical assessment, treatment and services for military members and their families involved in incidents of domestic abuse. The intent of FAP is to protect victims of domestic violence from future abuse. The FAP addresses:
- Reporting of child/spouse maltreatment
Family violence detracts from military performance and from the efficient functioning of military units. The FAP can be tremendously effective in serving families and supporting the Navy's mission. The FAP has three components:
- Case Management
The FAP is a command program and is a collaborative effort between the command and FAP to provide treatment and resources for Sailors and their families.
Commanding Officer's Policy on Domestic Violence