PREVENTION AND EDUCATION
Prevention and Education

survey

Marine and Family Programs Division is conducting a survey of Marines. The survey is used to assess the needs of Marines and their Families as well as their experiences with the services that are available to them. On average, the survey takes about 15 minutes to complete. Your feedback is critical to helping us better support Marines and their Families. The survey can be completed using the web-browser on any phone, computer, or mobile device with access to the internet. You do not need to download anything to take part.

 

Your participation is voluntary. Any information you provide is both anonymous and confidential. If you are interested, you can take the survey by visiting https://surveys.max.gov/165253 or using the QR code on the flyer/leaflet.


















What We Do: 

Prevention and Education Specialists offer briefs, workshops and psychoeducational classes to units, commands, community organizations and individuals. All presentations can be customized to meet your goals or to address specific needs on topics such as:

• Anger Management for the 21st Century  
• Behavioral Health Overview 
• Couples Communication (Married and Loving It!) 
• Domestic Violence/Child Abuse Prevention 
• Other related briefs upon request 

To schedule a brief please email fapprevention@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org (preferred) or call us at 645-2915.


Century Anger Management (CAM) Class

4 Class Series that covers 8 anger management tools to teach participants how to cope and manage anger. Topics covered include empathy, communication, stress management, expectations, forgiveness, and more. Participants must attend all 4 sessions to receive certificate of completion.

CLASS LOCATIONS:

Camp Foster- Family Advocacy Building #439

        Classes are held every Wednesday from 1130-1330

Camp Hansen - Behavioral health Building #2631                                                

        Classes are held every Thursday from 1130-1330 

Please note: You must register prior to attending as this is not an open group. 

How to register: Email fapprevention@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org OR scan the QR code below!

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Incident Determination Committee Training

This training meets requirements for annual Family Advocacy Training and certifies officers designated as unit IDC voting representatives (Battalion- or Squadron- level COs/XOs). Any command member who works with families involved in (or are at risk of) child or domestic abuse is welcome to attend. For more information, call Family Advocacy Program at 645-2915 or 098-970-2915.

The next Full Day FAP/IDC training will be September 16, 2021 at Camp Foster BH Bldg. 439 Downstairs Conference Room from 0800-1630.  

Do you need an IDC refresher? IDC refreshers are required once a year after initial training.  Please contact Family Advocacy at 645-2915 or EMAIL fapprevention@okinawa.usmc-mccs.org to schedule full day or refresher trainings.

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Youth Supervision Guidelines

Youth Supervision Guidelines

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Third Annual Break the Cycle Cyclethon 2021

Please join the Behavioral Health Family Advocacy Program this October in supporting the Third Annual Cyclethon in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness month. The purpose of this event is to increase awareness and understanding of the available resources and services provided by BH-FAP to Marines, Sailors and their families to combat domestic violence and promote healthy families. 

How to register:

1. Use this link: https://mccsokinawa.syd1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eFjBKnzGtGSlMeW OR scan the QR code below using your phone's camera.

Cyclethon Registration QR Code

2. Enter your name, age, and email address.

3. You will receive a personalized link to your email.

4. Refer to this link each day that you cycle, run, walk from 1 October - 31 October to log your minutes.

5. Help us reach our goal of 30,000 minutes and win prizes based on how many minutes you complete!


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