To prevent spouse/partner abuse, child abuse, neglect, and intervene through professional assesment and treatment of abuse and neglect. To provide a supportive environment to victims, offenders, and family members after domestic violence incidents of at risk families. FAP strives to promote emotional, psychological and social well-being of individuals and families, to maintain confidentiality and follow ethical standards.
To advocate for the total well-being of Soldiers, families, and units so that they can make a maximum contribution to mission accomplishment.
Outpatient clinical FAP by identifying, treating, preventing and resolving abuse/neglect incidents in collaboration with others of the behavioral health team.
24-hour emergency response to the Emergency Department for victims of sexual assualt, spouse, child and elderly abuse/neglect.
Ensuring the immediate safety and protection is provided for the identified victims and family members.
Command consultation services on family matters, which can enhance unit combat readiness.
Provide liasion with on-post and off-post community agencies to provide resources to families regarding behavioral health and community services.
Treatment by FAP providers that include the following:
* Domestic Violence Treatment Program (Stress Management, Anger Management, Confict Resolution)
* FAP Orientation Group
* Individual therapy
* Martial therapy
* Family therapy
* Group therapy
* Psychoeducational group therapy
Refer Soldiers and family members to appropriate community agenices for services which include:
* Deployment and Reunion Therapy
* Alcohol/Drug counseling
* Spiritual counseling
* Victim Advocacy
* Greif therapy
FAP is regulated by various Federal Laws, State Statues and AR 608-18, The (FAP). Services are offered to eligible beneficiaries. FAP can also serve as a connection to other on and off-post services and resources not directly offered by FAP.