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2/0111:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Anger Management Group
Camp Foster- Family Advocacy Building #439
Next series starts February 1, 2017.
4 Class Series teaching 8 tools to help participants cope and learn positive techniques to cope with anger. Participants must attend all 4 sessions.
Please contact Family Advocacy for more information at 645-2915 or register by Email
The website has a
plethora of information and resources
for community providers, parents, teens, tweens, and children. For
there are tips about safety, discussion starters to have safety
conversations with their kids, resources, internet safety pledges, and more.
For kids there are interactive games about safety, videos on what kids
should do if they see something online that makes them scared, sad, or
confused, quizzes, games, e-books, and more.
The Family Advocacy Program is comprised of licensed
counselors that provide comprehensive assessment and treatment for individuals,
couples and families who have experienced domestic violence and/or child
maltreatment. Family Advocacy focuses on helping individuals,
families, and groups empower themselves to make positive change.
The Family Advocacy Program provides groups to include:
• STOP Group for Women – A 26 week group for women who engage in abusive patterns of
• STOP Group for Men – A 26 week group for men who engage in abusive patterns of
STOP Group orientations start the first Friday of every month. For more information or to register for one of the groups contact the Family Advocacy Program at 645-2195 or 098-970-2915.
consultation is available during business hours by contacting our main line at
645-2915. For after-hours emergencies, please call 911 or local law
Prevention Specialists offer educational briefs and workshops 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 • Effective Communication • Family Advocacy Program Overview • Positive Parenting Program• Healthy Dating and Relationships • Married and Loving It!• Coping with Work and Family Stress• Warrior Re-set Briefs (Anger, Stress, Healthy Relationships)
• Domestic Violence/Child Abuse Prevention• Other related briefs upon requestTo schedule a brief please call us directly at 645-5535 and request the Prevention Department, or E-Mail Here
INCIDENT DETERMINATION COMMITTEE TRAINING
need an IDC refresher? IDC refreshers are required once a year after initial
training. Please contact Family Advocacy at 645-5535 or EMAIL
The Incident Determination Committee
Training Schedule for 2016:
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 spousal
abuse is welcome to attend. For more information call Family Advocacy
Program at 645-2915 or 098-970-2915.
This training will be held at
the Camp Foster Ocean Breeze (Northern Breeze) on the first Thursday of
The next training will be February 9, 2017.
(VAs) are available 24 hours a day to provide ongoing support services to
victims of domestic violence and the non-offending parent in child abuse. In
some cases, victims have the option of making a restricted report of domestic
violence. Restricted reporting is not available in all situations, so please
speak to a VA prior to making a report to learn all the options available. VA's
connect victims and survivors of domestic abuse to on and off base resources
including counseling, shelters, legal, and financial services.
To speak with a
Victim Advocate call our 24/7 helpline 645-SAFE (7233) or call our
main line DSN: 645-2915 or off base: 098-970-2915.
If you are
experiencing an emergency situation, or know of a domestic violence incident
please call 911 (098-911-9111) or local law enforcement.
If you have
been sexually assaulted, please contact the Sexual Assault Response Program
(SAPR) at 645-HOPE (4673).
If you need Crisis
Counseling call the Dstress Line at 1-877-476-7734.
also provide briefs and training on issues related to domestic violence and
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