Behavioral Health Programs:
Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Clinical Counseling Services
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.
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.
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.
Clinical Counseling's and the Family Advocacy Program's over-arching goal is to directly support individuals and families, thereby supporting mission readiness and retention. The program offers individual, couple, and family counseling as well as prevention and education workshops. Some of the workshops include stress management, anger management, and couples communication. Crisis intervention, victim advocacy, domestic violence assistance, treatment groups, and Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) are also part of the program. As part of the Coordinated Community approach, the programs also work together with other community services and the command to strengthen Marine families.
Men’s Domestic Violence Intervention Group (STOP)
The Men’s 26-week group is a treatment group designed to offer men intensive training in new skills for self-management, communication, problem solving and empathy for others to reduce the risk of future relationship violence. The group primarily uses the Innovative Skills, Techniques, Options and Plan for Better Relationship (STOP) manual developed by Dr. David Wexler. Each week, participants are engaged through a combination of skills training exercises that focus on a particular aspect of relationship health. Participants must pre-register and be referred by a Family Advocacy Program, court-ordered, or with strong Command support. Please call 703-614-7204 for further information.
Next Workshops: (Bldg. 12, Conference Rm.)
• Wednesday, February 26 • 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
• Wednesdays, March 4, 11, 18, 25 • 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
How do I contact a victim advocate?
Henderson Hall has a Victim Advocate who is available to speak with victims of domestic abuse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- If you need to speak with a Victim Advocate during regular business hours (M-F 7:30-4:30), you can call the Family Advocacy Program at 703-614-7204 and speak with one of our Victim Advocates.
- If you need to speak with a Victim Advocate after regular business hours, you can call the Victim Advocacy Hotline at 202-439-6038 (24/7)