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Marine Corps

Leader's Guide for Managing Marines in Distress This Guide is a quick reference tool, designed to help leaders at all levels take care of Marines within the unit who are in distress because of their situation or behavior. It has content specifically focused on issues of family violence.

Navy

Navy Leader's Guide to Managing Sailors in Distress The purpose of this Guide is to help Leaders at all levels (Commanding Officers, Command Master Chiefs, Department Heads, Division Officers, Chiefs) recognize distress related behaviors, provide support to Sailors within the unit, and collaborate with helping agencies to meet the needs of individuals in distress. The guide aims to assist leaders in the decision-making process by describing a broad range of supportive interventions, resources, and strategies for supporting Sailors in distress. It has content specifically focused on issues of family violence.

Air Force

Air Force Leader's Guide to Managing Personnel in Distress The purpose of this Guide is to help unit leaders (commanders, first sergeants, and supervisors) recognize distress related behaviors, provide support to individuals within the unit, and collaborate with helping agencies to meet the needs of individuals in distress. The guide aims to assist leaders in the decision-making process by describing a broad range of supportive interventions, resources, and strategies for supporting individuals in distress. It has content specifically focused on issues of family violence.

Other Guides

Improving the Healthcare Response to Domestic Violence Resources Manual and Trainers Manual These training materials, created by the Futures Without Violence, formerly the Family Violence Prevention Fund's National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence, are intended to educate practitioners on various aspects of domestic violence, from initial screening, through interventions and treatments.

National Consensus Guidelines on Identifying and Responding to Domestic Violence Victimization in Healthcare Settings These Guidelines, developed by the Futures Without Violence, formerly the Family Violence Prevention Fund's National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence, are intended to assist healthcare providers from multiple settings and in various professional disciplines in addressing domestic violence victimization.

DoD and Branch of Service Standards

DoD 6400.1-M, "Family Advocacy Program Standards and Self-Assessment Tool," August 20, 1992 This manual prescribes uniform standards for all installation FAPs and provides installation service providers with an instrument for executing their programs.

Army Pamphlet (DA PAM) 608-17, "Instructions for Implementing Army Community Service Accreditation Program," January 15, 2008 Appendix D-2 of this Pamphlet provides interview questions to facilitate the accreditation process for FAP.

DA Form 7419, "Army Community Service (ACS) Accreditation Checklist," August 2007 This form includes program standards for ACS to include those that relate to child abuse and domestic abuse.

DA Form 7419-1, "Family Advocacy Program," August 2007 This form contains the major program standards for Army FAP.

Marine Corps Community Services, "Clinical Counseling Accreditation Resource Guide," March 2003 This Guide defines standards for, and a process to ensure quality and consistency of, clinical counseling services for all eligible personnel.

OPNAVINST 1754.1B, "Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) Program," November 5, 2007 This Instruction establishes Navy Policy and assigns responsibilities for the administration and support of Navy FFSC programs. Standards for the Navy FAP are located in Enclosure 3.

United States Air Force Family Advocacy Program Standards, October 2004 This document outlines the program standards for the Family Advocacy Program. Please note: At this time, this information requires a Common Access Card (CAC) PKI certification for access.


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