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The individual branches of service provide a number of programs to support service members and their families in preventing child abuse. The following links provide the official service programs for the prevention of child abuse in the military.

Army

Army OneSource Army OneSource is the website of Army Community Service (ACS), the organization that provides family programs and services to members of the Army. This website offers a variety of information, links, services, and resources for Soldiers, family members, staff, and civilians, including information on the Army FAP.

Marine Corps

Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) MCCS provides a wide range of services to help Marines and their family members enhance their quality of life including counseling, information and referral, and programs/services related to the military lifestyle. The FAP page provides an overview of the program as well as information on transitional compensation, victim advocacy, and a list of points of contact for FAP at every installation that supports families.

Navy

Navy Fleet and Family Support Program (FFSP) Through this website, Sailors and family members may access information on a wide range of programs focused on adaptation to the special demands of military careers and military family life. Fleet and Family Support Centers offer a variety of services to prevent and address child abuse and domestic abuse. The FAP section of this website provides basic information about the Navy FAP, including assessment and screening information and an explanation of different treatment options.

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is a private, nonprofit organization that provides financial, educational, and other assistance to Sailors, Marines, eligible family members, and survivors when in need. Services provided include emergency financial assistance, budget counseling, visiting nurses, and emergency financial assistance to qualifying Sailors in the form of a low-interest loan.

Air Force

Air Force Services This website provides a number of resources for service members including information related to family readiness, employment, education, family life, financial health, military readiness, relocation, and transition from military to civilian life. The site offers links to other military and commercial sites related to these and other topics.

Air Force Family Advocacy Program This website is the central on-line resource for Air Force FAP and is regularly updated with new information. It includes links to a video center with visual training materials and other materials describing domestic abuse support programs. Please note: At this time, this information requires a Common Access Card (CAC) PKI certification for access.


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