Counseling and Assistance

Fleet and Family Support Centers are available to provide support via phone, telehealth, in person appointments, email, social media, webinar and command GMTs.

If you would like to schedule an appointment with one of our providers, please call Centralized Scheduling at 1-866-923-6478.

If you have not been fully vaccinated against COVID, please wear a mask.

 

Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) provides a wide range of confidential and no-cost counseling and assistance, to include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Child counseling
  • Family counseling, including blended families
  • Marriage/couple’s counseling
  • Domestic Abuse Victim Advocates
  • Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Services

Counseling could be for: adjusting to military life, anger management, communication and conflict resolution, deployment reintegration, divorce, grief & loss, infidelity, parenting skills, relationship challenges or anything else affecting your life.

Sailor Assistance and Intercept for Life (SAIL)
SAIL is a voluntary program that quickly provides support to you during the stressful period after a suicide-related behavior (SRB).  SAIL does not replace mental health treatment.  SAIL serves as an outreach service that connects to your mental health providers, your command and other programs you may be participating in to ensure your recovery and a smooth re-integration into your command.  Your SAIL case manager will assess your risk for future SRBs, and help you create a safety plan.  Their goal is to help you manage your risk of SRBs and reduce your distress.  You may reach out to arrange SAIL services at (619) 556-8809.

Other services include:

  • Individualized Consultations & Resource Referrals
  • Navy New Parent Support Home Visitor Support
  • Support Groups
  • Workshops and more

 

One Call Serves All!

Appointment Scheduling for clinical counseling, relocation assistance, resume assistance, and financial consultations at any Navy Region Southwest FFSC call 1-866-923-6478.