Fleet and Family Support Center: (817) 782-5287
FFSC offers clinical counseling services to service members and their families. Professional, licensed, clinical providers staff the program. The intent of clinical counseling services is problem-focused and brief, with the emphasis placed on problems in daily living, such as difficulty adjusting to the military lifestyle, relationships, parenting, grief and other personal crises that can have a negative impact upon military readiness and family preparedness. Services encompass a wide scope of educational, preventative and therapeutic services that promote an improved quality of life and increased resilience. Counseling is available to individuals, couples, families and groups, and provides an avenue for obtaining private, professional assistance in a non-medical environment.
Financial Fitness Professionals
Conduct money-saving workshops on subjects such as car buying, consumer awareness, budgeting, investment strategies, Thrift Savings Plan, predatory lending alternatives, home buying and much more. A solid financial future begins at the FFSC.
The Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Provides clinical assessment, treatment and advocacy services for military members and their families involved in incidents of child abuse or domestic abuse. FAP services include assessment of risk, safety planning, and interventions and/or treatment for victims, offenders and others affected by family violence.
The Navy’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR)
Formerly the Sexual Assault Victim Intervention (SAVI) Program — provides a comprehensive, standardized, victim-sensitive system to prevent and respond to sexual assaults Navywide. This is done through sexual assault awareness and prevention education, victim advocacy and data collection.