Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) serves active duty service members, military retirees, and family members (adult and child) who have been identified as possible offenders or victims of domestic abuse. The mission of the program is to break the cycle of abuse as early as possible and provide treatment for those effected by abuse or neglect. FAP provides assessment, counseling services, and linkage with resources to aid individuals in reducing the risk of further abuse.
FAP is designated as the installation reporting point of contact for all reports of domestic abuse (adult and child). All installation law enforcement personnel, physicians, nurses, social workers, school personnel, CDC, youth services personnel, psychologists, and other medical staff are required to report suspected abuse cases to FAP.