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United to End Domestic Abuse

The military community respects, supports and defends victims of domestic abuse.


The right to feel safe

Everybody deserves a safe relationship. When it comes to domestic abuse, it can happen to anyone ─ and each person’s situation is different. The Family Advocacy Program is committed to supporting victims, service members and their families impacted by domestic abuse through victim advocacy and crisis intervention.

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FAP works to prevent and respond to domestic abuse in the military community.

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As the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic and the stress that comes with it continues, you may be questioning your partner’s behavior toward you, needing to set boundaries at home and trying to stay safe. No matter what your situation is, help is available.

You are not alone. Your local FAP staff can help you understand your options for reporting abuse, document it, create a safety plan and more.

How FAP Helps

Not ready to contact FAP? Military OneSource can help you learn about transitional compensation, victim advocacy and more.

Find the right help

Military OneSource can connect you with resources and support, including the Family Advocacy Program. Your local FAP staff can help you at any stage of a relationship. You decide how much of your story to share. You talk. We listen. We can tailor tools and resources to help regardless of the state of your relationship. Learn about options for support.

You Have Options for Getting Help:

You can call any of the following free and trusted resources 24/7 to learn about your reporting options, connect with a victim advocate or create a safety plan. In immediate danger? Call military law enforcement or dial 911.

Speak With a Consultant.

Military OneSource consultants will connect you with the right resources for your situation.

Call the Hotline.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline will provide information, resources and support.

Find a Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate.

Receive judgement-free support from a professional near you.

Don’t wait for a crisis to reach out.

Help a friend or loved one

When someone you know is in an abusive relationship, you may not know how to help. Learn how you can support a friend or loved one who you think is experiencing domestic abuse:

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