Contact the Mayport FFSC at (904) 270-6600.
Military Support Programs offer resources to assist families and Sailors throughout their military career:
FFSC plays a key role in the deployment preparation process by assisting commands in getting crew and family members ready for each phase of a deployment. The program educates both service members and spouses as to the stressors and typical problems encountered. FFSC offers deployment briefings, resource training, workshops and referral services for family support groups, return and reunion programs, and a variety of other support services.
This program provides counseling services designed to provide information and guidance for all relocating military members and their families. It includes a spouse orientation workshop (Military Spouse 101), relocation counseling, a worldwide duty station library and welcome aboard packets. RAP also provides quarterly Command Sponsor Training at FFSC and upon request by commands.
TAP is a cooperative effort between the Departments of Defense, Labor, and Veterans Affairs. It is designed to provide transition counseling, computerized job listings, and a resource library. A three-day Transition Assistance Workshop (job search and transition seminar for separating and retiring personnel and spouses) is offered monthly.
FFSC serves as a resource for ombudsmen in areas such as coordination of ombudsman training, aid to ombudsman support groups, and assistance for commands in the effective use of their ombudsmen.