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Behavioral Health

Your Behavioral Health Branch is available to you by phone and email during the current COVID-19 pandemic office closures. Our staff is currently working offsite to comply with OPM Max-telework requirements. Our work numbers are forwarded to us while we are teleworking so you can contact Behavioral Health staff directly.


Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm.


You can reach us at the following phone numbers:
Behavioral Health Branch main number: 703-614-7204
Family Advocacy Program: 703-614-7204
24/7 Victim Advocate Hotline: 202-439-6038
New Parent Support Program: 703-614-7208/703-693-1160
Substance Abuse Program: 703-614-8961
Community Counseling: 703-697-8746


Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC) services: The MFLC is now available via phone at 703-414-9885 for telehealth counseling services. Virtual classes will also be available via the ZOOM platform. Please contact your MFLC at 703-414-9885 to request services or to arrange a virtual class. Please see attached list of available MFLC classes.


Please contact the Behavioral Health Branch Manager at 703-693-0643 or 571-205-5095 if you have questions about available resources or have difficulty reaching a provider.


Additional Telehealth resources are available through Military One Source at 1-800-342-9647 or https://www.militaryonesource.mil.


List of MFLC Presentations


Marine & Family Program (MFP) office is available Monday – Friday only by phone or email. MFP Center is closed until further notice with all staff at 100% Telework.



EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Behavioral Health Manager: 571-205-5095
Victim Advocate Hotline: 202-439-6038

The National Capital Area is a fast-paced, congested area with a high cost of living. As a result, Marines and their families may experience stressors related to transitions to new working environments, neighborhoods, schools, or post-deployment impact on relationships, family communication and reintegration. Licensed mental health professionals are available to assist families, couples, and individuals with the stresses of adjusting to a new environment. Relationship and interpersonal issues and other non-medical concerns are addressed in short-term individual, marital and family counseling for adults and children, and workshops for issues such as anger management, stress management and couples communication. The program also includes parent education and support, crisis intervention, domestic abuse and child abuse intervention and support, victim advocacy for victims of domestic violence, and treatment groups to address issues related to spouse and child maltreatment.

Programs within Behavioral Health include the Community Counseling Program (CCP), the Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC) Program, the Family Advocacy Program (FAP), which includes Victim Advocate services, the New Parent Support Program and Prevention and Education workshops and unit training, and the Substance Abuse Counseling program.

Program information, Command training, program briefs and support for unit or installation events are available upon request by calling the Behavioral Health Branch Manager at 703-693-0643, the Family Advocacy Manager at 703-693-3845, or the Substance Abuse Program Manager at 703-614-8961/62. Please call our main Behavioral Health Program phone number at 703-614-7204 or the program managers listed above for additional information about program services.

Individuals may contact the 24/7 Victim Advocate Hotline at 202-439-6038 for Domestic Violence information and support.




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