COUNSELING, ADVOCACY, & PREVENTION (CAP) – NBVC
Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) provides a wide range of confidential and no-cost counseling and assistance, to include
- Individual counseling
- Child counseling
- Family counseling, including blended families
- Marriage/couple’s counseling
Services are provided at both Port Hueneme and Point Mugu. Counseling could be for: adjusting to military life, anger management, communication and conflict resolution, deployment reintegration, divorce, grief & loss, infidelity, parenting skills, relationship challenges or anything else affecting your life.
To schedule an appointment, call our Counseling Intake Line 1 (866) 923-6478
Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
FAP is a command-directed program at FFSC that provides clinical assessment, treatment, and services for active service members and their families.Our victim advocates, counselors, case managers, and New Parent Support home visitors work collaboratively to support families here at NBVC. FAP’s primary goals are prevention of family violence, identification and assessment of abuse, and support and treatment services.
What are my reporting options?
It is important to know there are two types of reporting options for domestic abuse - Restricted and Unrestricted Reporting. To discuss these options in detail, contact a FAP Victim Advocate. Please note that disclosing abuse to command or law enforcement may affect eligibility for restricted reporting. Restricted reports cannot be made for suspected child abuse.
**All Service and DON personnel have a duty to report information about known and suspected cases of domestic or child abuse that come under their observation.**
How do I connect with a victim advocate?
To report domestic violence or child abuse or connect with a FAP Victim Advocate, call our 24/7 Family Advocacy Helpline (805) 804-2283.
Sailor Assistance and Intercept for Life (SAIL)
SAIL is an approach to intervention that provides rapid assistance, ongoing risk assessment, care coordination, and reintegration assistance for service members identified with a suicide related behavior (SRB).
For more information, call the Counseling Intake line 1 (866) 923-6478
New Parent Support Home Visitor Program
The New Parent Support Home Visitation Program (NPSHVP) is a free support service program designed to meet the needs of expectant active-duty military personnel, their spouses, and those families with children under the age of 4.
For more information, click HERE or call (805) 982-4006.