The team at the Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) NAS Whiting Field recognizes that being in the military presents unique challenges and opportunities for service members and their families. FFSC programs are aimed at making life in the Navy more meaningful and productive.
FFSC provides information and referral, education, and one-on-one assistance, all at no cost. Military members of all branches and their family members as well as retirees are eligible for most FFSC services. Single people and married persons – civilians as well as service members from E-1 through Admiral – are receiving FFSC services right now. You are not alone. The FFSC staff is here to listen and to help.
Programs include: Life Skills Education, Clinical Counseling, Family Advocacy, Personal Financial Management, Transition Assistance, Relocation Assistance, Family Employment Readiness, Disaster Preparedness, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, New Parent Support, and Exceptional Family Member.
Visit our Facebook page for a complete list of all the workshops and classes offered through the FFSC.
SUPPORT FOR VICTIMS OF ABUSE OR ASSAULT
Abuse and assault are unacceptable and incompatible with high standards of professional and personal discipline. Abusive behavior by DON personnel destroys lives, detracts from military performance, negatively affects the efficient functioning and morale of military units, and diminishes the reputation and prestige of the military service in the civilian community.
FFSC provides support to victims through these programs:
Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)
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 topics relevant to victims of crime, including crime victim services, crime victimization, health, international issues, legal resources, specific populations, and victim advocacy, as well as publications specifically addressing sexual violence.
Florida Crime Victims' Services
Victims of crime, and oftentimes lawful representatives, have rights regarding compensation and procedure, including being heard and present at criminal proceedings. These rights are laid out in accordance with states' guidelines.
- Deployment Readiness
- Individual Augmentees
- Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
- Family Employment
- Life Skills
- Navy Gold Star Program
- Ombudsman Program
- Personal Finance Management
- Relocation Assistance
- Transition Assistance
- Suicide Prevention
- Sailor Assistance and Intercept for Life (SAIL)
- Clinical Counseling for individuals, couples, children, and families
- Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
- New Parent Support Program
- Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR)
- Podcasts and Webinars