Fleet and Family Support Center

Your personal life affects the operational readiness of the Navy, so naturally the Fleet and Family Support Center wants you to get the best from yourself. (FFSC) programs are aimed at making life in the Navy more meaningful and productive. Single people and married persons, from E-1s through Admirals, are all receiving FFSC services right now. You are not alone. The FFSC staff is here to listen and to help. Sometimes talking things over helps to put our lives in perspective and it is all at no cost to you. The FFSC offers workshops and classes, Exceptional Family Member, Family Advocacy, Personal Financial Management, Life Skills Education, Clinical Counseling, Transition Assistance, Relocation Assistance, Family Employment Readiness, Disaster Preparedness, and Sexual Assault Prevention and Response and much more!

A monthly calendar of our events is available in the downloads section.

Visit our Facebook page for a complete list of all the workshops and classes offered through the Fleet and Family Services Center.

Victim Assistance

Victim Assistance promotes the self-reliance and resiliency of Sailors and their families. We provide these programs to the Navy family to meet the unique challenges of the military lifestyle.

Victim Assistances include:

  • Family Advocacy
  • Victims of Domestic Abuse
  • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response


National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) 
NOVA's mission is to champion dignity and compassion for those harmed by crime and crisis. Founded in 1975, NOVA is the oldest national victim assistance organization.  NOVA's website provides links to crime victim compensation links and crime victim rights, including addressing financial crimes and emotional trauma.  There is a State Compensation List, from which victims of crime can obtain guidance and information pertinent to their state.

Office for Victims of Crime
This Office of Justice Program has publications on a variety of general crime victim topics, including crime victim services, crime victimization, health, international issues, legal resources, specific populations and victim advocacy, as well as publications specifically addressing sexual violence.

Local Resources:
Florida Crime Victims' Services
Victims of crime, and often times lawful representatives, have rights regarding compensation and procedure, including being heard and presence at criminal proceedings.  These rights are laid out in accordance with states' guidelines.