Fleet & Family Support Programs

Clinical Counseling Services

Clinical counseling is free, confidential short-term counseling provided by Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Psychologists, and/or Marriage and Family Therapists for Active Duty personnel and family members.

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Exceptional Family Member Program

The Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to assist Sailors and their families by addressing the special needs of exceptional family members during the assignment process.

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Family Advocacy Program

The Family Advocacy Program provides a variety of intervention and treatment models to meet the needs of individual families in reference to child and spouse/partner abuse concerns.

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Family Emergency Response

Crisis Response is the quick response provided to commands, personnel and families when they are faced with crisis situations.

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Family Employment Readiness Program (FERP)

Spouse/Dependent Employment Services

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Fleet and Family Support Center

Fleet and Family Support staff recognizes that being military is a lifestyle that presents unique challenges and opportunities for service members and their families. Programs are intended to help make the most of military life.

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Individual Deployment Support Program

Check out our NEW Individual Deployment Support Program!

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Life Skills Program

The Life Skills Program offers workshop topics in order to get to "mission-ready green" and stay in Operational Stress Control (OSC).

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Navy Gold Star

Navy Gold Star is the Navy’s official program for providing long-term support to surviving families of Sailors who pass while on Active Duty.

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Ombudsman Program

Navy Ombudsmen are key resources for family members, particularly during deployments. They serve as a liaison between the command team and families within the command.

Ombudsman Support Program:

  • Provide information and referral to assist families with concerns or issues.
  • Regularly communicate and distribute information to and from the command and the unit’s family members.
  • Keep the command informed regarding the overall health, morale and welfare of the families in the command.

Ombudsman Assemblies

  • Scheduled Bimonthly
  • Provide advanced trainings on a variety of topics to enhance Ombudsman knowledge and response capabilities.
  • For more information about the next assembly or Ombudsman program, contact our Coordinator at 202-685-8413.

If you would like to contact your command's Ombudsman, please click here.

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