Domestic abuse can happen to anyone. Each person’s situation is different. The Family Advocacy Program is committed to victim care and safety and to providing support to affected service members, their partners and families. Victim advocacy and crisis intervention are available.
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Domestic abuse can happen to anyone. No relationship is perfect, but it’s important to recognize the warning signs of abuse. Most relationships consist of both healthy and unhealthy behaviors, which don’t always appear overnight. Each person’s situation is different. The Family Advocacy Program provides and coordinates a range of services and works in coordination with key military components and civilian agencies. Learn more about domestic abuse and the options and resources available to victims, service members, their partners and families.
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