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Who We Are: We are licensed and experienced counselors, who focus on building strength, resiliency and teaching the necessary skills to individuals, couples and families. CCP uses an integrated community health approach. We equip Marines and families with the skills to address life’s challenges before performance in their duties and relationships become significantly impacted.
What Do We Do: CCP assists clients in accomplishing personal goals through short-term solution focused counseling, skill enhancement, education and referrals to other resources. Our clinicians provide non-medical counseling that is supportive in nature and works to address issues such as general conditions of living, life skills, improving relationships at home and at work, stress management, adjustment issues, relationship problems, parenting issues, and grief and loss.
Where Are We Located: CCP offers counseling services on Camps Foster and Hansen; by appointment on Camps Courtney and Kinser. Walk-in screenings are available on Camp Foster (Bldg. 439) and Camp Hansen (Bldg. 2631) Monday through Friday from 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m.
Why We Are Here: Our mission is to fully support the needs of Marines, Sailors, retirees, certain DoD civilians and their family members. We provide a central delivery system for personal and family support programs that maximize contributions to the service member, family and command readiness. Services are confidential, within the limits of the law and counseling records are not part of your medical record.
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During the holiday season a person may go through many emotions to include joy, frustration, sadness, happiness and feeling overwhelmed. The holidays can present unique challenges to the body both mentally and physically. Here are a few tips to help you to be your best self this holiday season:
Family and friends play an important role in maintaining balance and emotional health during this time. If you feel lonely or isolated, seek out community, religious or other social events. They can offer support and companionship. Volunteering your time to help others also is a good way to lift your spirits and broaden your friendships.
Maintain your healthy habits as much as possible. Mindfully engage in activities that promote relaxation and positivity. Practice positive self-talk and gratitude. Set healthy limits with others and yourself. Set time for yourself to re-charge.
Set reasonable goals and expectations for yourself. The holidays don't have to be perfect or just like last year. As families change and grow, traditions and rituals often change as well. Choose a few to hold on to and be open to creating new ones.
Acknowledge your feelings and how you're doing. If despite your best efforts, you find yourself feeling persistently sad or anxious, plagued by physical complaints, unable to sleep, irritable and hopeless, and unable to face routine chores seek assistance. If these feelings last for a while, talk to your doctor, a Chaplin or a professional at MCCS Behavioral Health Community Counseling Center at 645-2915.
Location: Camp Hansen BH-CCP B-2631 Conference Room
Date: Tuesdays from 1200-1330, first group on Aug. 17, 2021
MCCS Behavioral Health Community Counseling Program Women’s Empowerment Group
is a support group for adult females affiliated with the USMC/USN who have
experienced interpersonal trauma. The group aids members in building awareness
of the effects of trauma on the mind and body, and improving coping skills.
Contact 645-2915 or 098-970-2915 for more information.
What type of services do you offer?
CCP offers individual, couple, family and group counseling. We provide walk-in screenings, assessments and referrals, non-medical counseling, specalized care cordination (Marine Intercept Program), behavioral health consultation and psycho-educational groups. Please see the “Counseling” and “Support Groups and Classes” tab for more information.
How much do services cost?
CCP is a free service offered to Marines, Sailors, retirees, DoD civilians and their family members.
Is CCP a medical service?
No, CCP is a non-medical program.
Will my records be shared with my Command or become part of my medical record?
No. CCP services are confidential, within the limits of the law, and counseling records are not part of your medical record.
How long can I receive services?
CCP assists clients in accomplishing personal goals through short-term solution focused counseling, skill enhancement, education and referrals to other resources.
How do I receive services?
Our walk-in screenings are available Monday through Friday from 8 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. on Camp Foster (Bldg. 439) and Camp Hansen (Bldg. 2631).
How can I get more information?
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