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The Family Readiness division consists of the Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) and Child and Youth Programs (CYP).

Fleet and Family Support Center
The Fleet and Family Support Center provides services such as relocation assistance, new parent support, deployment services, clinical counseling services, financial management counseling, family employment services, family advocacy and the transition assistance programs.

Fleet and Family Support Center
The NSAW Fleet and Family Support Center is available at two locations on the Washington Navy Yard

Washington Navy Yard Washington Navy Yard
1411 Parsons Ave. SE 1043 Harwood St. SE
Bldg. 101, Room 114 Bldg. 154
Washington, DC 20374 Washington, DC 20374


The FFSC is open Monday through Friday from  7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Callers can reach the FFSC at 202-685-0229.
For more information, please visit us on http://www.navymwrwashington.com/ under Support Services.

Sexual Assualt Prevention and Response (SAPR)

Go to http://SafeHelpline.org to receive live, one-on-one confidential help with a trained professional through a secure instant messaging format.

Call the telephone hotline at 877-995-5247 to speak with Safe Helpline staff for personalized advice and support. Safe Helpline staff also can transfer callers to installation-based sexual assault response coordinators, on-call victim advocates, civilian rape crisis centers or to the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Text your location to 55247 inside the United States or 202-470-5546 outside of the United States to receive automated contact information for the sexual assault response coordinator at their installation or base. A Sexual Assault Victim Advocate may be assigned to assist you.

Local Help:

SAPR Duty Victim Advocate (202) 258-3696
NSAW/WNY Installation SARC          (202) 615-9820
JBAB SARC (202) 257-0843

   
Child and Youth Programs
Child and Youth Programs provides services including Child Development Centers, the Child Development Home Program, Youth and Teen Centers, School Age Care, instructional/leisure classes and the School Liaison Officer Program. 

For more information on local CYP Programs, please visit http://www.navymwrwashington.com/ under Child & Youth.

 

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