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Family Advocacy Program

Misson:

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.

Vision:

To advocate for the total well-being of Soldiers, families, and units so that they can make a maximum contribution to mission accomplishment.

FAP Provides:

  • 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.

 

 

Telephone
Contact Information

Clinc:  Winn Army Community Hospital
            1061 Harmon Ave. Liberty Wing 2nd floor
             Fort Stewart, GA 31314

Phone: (912) 435-6779

Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.  (Monday-Friday)    

 

Clinic: Tuttle Army Health Clinic
             230 Duncan Drive, Hunter Army Airfield
             Savannah, GA 31409

Phone: (912) 315-5236

Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Monday-Friday)