#BeenThere is a reminder for each of us to pause and care about one another. Every one of us has faced a difficult situation at one time or another. I’ve #BeenThere, too. We can keep those struggles from defining who we are, but doing that becomes easier when we don’t feel alone in our problems. A little kindness or a simple word of encouragement might make the difference between someone giving up or finding the motivation to overcome their hardship. When we make the effort to offer a moment of time to someone in need, we actively participate in creating a community of caring. It starts with a pause and a simple phrase, #BeenThere. I can help.
Family situations are constantly
changing and influencing the way we are able to navigate our daily lives.Sometimes those challenges are more than we are able to resolve on our own. That’s when these programs
can be of great assistance with their free, confidential and voluntary help for military Families.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Family Support
Family Advocacy Program (FAP) 24/7 Victim Advocate Hotline
Military Family Life Counselors (MFLC’s)
Military One Source
If you or someone you know is experiencing a difficult time with physical or emotional
well-being, help is available. Contact the programs below for assistance.
(Womack Army Medical Center)
Preventative Medicine/Public Health
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
Womack Army Medical Center Information
When situations take a turn for the worse, these programs provide necessary assistance
to everyone involved.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
Military Police Desk
Provost Marshall (PMO)
SHARP Victim Advocates
Suicide Prevention Hotline (Fort Bragg)