To speak to a Victim Advocate about domestic abuse, call the 24/7 hotline at 931-980-5787.

To report problematic sexual behavior between children and youth, call 270-412-5500.

To report Child abuse/neglect or domestic abuse, call 270-798-8601 during duty hours and 270-798-8400 after duty hours. 

The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) helps Soldiers and their Families recognize and prepare for the unique challenges of military lifestyles. Our services include classes and workshops on topics such as parenting, communication, conflict resolution, anger management, and other topics that build or strengthen healthy relationships.   

ACS FAP also leads Fort Campbell's annual awareness campaigns on Teen Dating Violence, Child Abuse Prevention, Domestic Violence Prevention, and Safe Sleep with the goal of strengthening military Families.  

There are three sections within FAP which are Prevention Education, New Parent Support Program, and Victim Advocate Program.  In addition to these three sections, FAP also coordinates the response to reports of problematic sexual behavior between children and youth.

 

Looking for helpful parenting and relationship information/tips?  Check out the Guide to Healthy Families that also serves as a weekly planner to help track family related activities!

Guide to Healthy Families

Programs

A video-based interactive program provides parents with the skills they need to meet the challenges of rearing children in today's turbulent society. Designed for parents of children ages 5 to 12. Topics include understanding behavior, responsibility, natural & logical consequences and communication.

When a stepfamily is formed, everyone needs to learn new rules: Mom and Dad need to learn how to work together as a team. Children and teens must adapt to changes. Attending this workshop will equip parents with the necessary skills to raise children within the challenging stepfamily environment. Parents will also learn solid step-family parenting advice and parenting tips such as when and how to use powerful communication and negotiation skills to strengthen marriage and family.

Join us in participating in this hilarious marriage enrichment workshop that discusses how men and women are wired differently, communicate differently, and most importantly, how they think differently. Based off Mark Gungor’s DVD series, Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage.

A single session class that focus on how parents can incorporate, "discipline that teaches responsibility." The session covers proper use of communication techniques; and the use of natural and logical consequences.

 

The learning process incorporates watch and learn vignettes; group discussion and some relevant activities. Uses entertaining video scenes to demonstrate common parenting challenges and solutions for those with children ages 1 - 4 years old. Learn about ages & stages, discipline, avoiding problems building the bond. Each workshop allows plenty of time for group discussion and activities.

ScreamFree parenting is learning to relate with others in a cool, calm, and connected way taking hold of your own emotional responses no matter how anyone else choose to behave; learning to focus on yourself and take care of yourself for the world's benefit. Pre-registration required. A video-based interactive program provides parents with the skills they need to meet the challenges of rearing children in today's turbulent society. Designed for parents of children ages 5 to 12. Topics include understanding behavior, responsibility, natural & logical consequences and communication.

Join us in participating in this hilarious marriage enrichment workshop that discusses how men and women are wired differently, communicate differently, and most importantly, how they think differently. Based off Mark Gungor’s DVD series, Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage.

Join us for a fun-filled morning, and discover how to express unconditional feelings of respect, affection, and commitment that will resonate in their souls. Based off Gary Chapman’s 5 Love Languages of Children.

A good apology taps into your skills of communication, empathy, and trust. Even if it's a minor apology, it's still kind of a big deal, in an emotional sense. Real apologies require digging deep, making yourself vulnerable, and exposing your flaws to another human being. They're also about making amends. Learning the Five Languages of Apology will help you smooth things over in a sincere way, hit the mark and impart the full measure of your sincerity. You will have the extra benefit of being able to give targeted apologies to your valued relationships.

Unit Training

FAP facilitates the annual deskside briefing IAW AR 608-18 to all levels of command and senior NCO advisers. Personnel are required to complete the briefing within 90 days of assuming command or responsibility and annually thereafter. The briefing covers the installation policy which addresses family violence, command responsibility, local trends, and available resources. To schedule a briefing, command teams should contact FAP at (270) 412-5500.

This highly interactive program focuses on E-5s through E-8s. It is designed to assist NCOs in recognizing problems at the lowest level and knowing what resources are available. The intent is to assist Soldiers and Families in resolving problems before they become a crisis and interfere in the mission. A few of the topics include effective communication, services available and shared experiences. Scheduled through interested companies. Classes are kept to 25 NCOs or less.

The annual training is required for all Soldiers IAW AR 608-18. This one hour training is scheduled with command and facilitated at Brigade, Battalion, or Company level. Through this training Soldiers are informed of services available through FAP, the dynamics of family violence, reporting procedures for abuse, and the installation’s policy regarding domestic violence and child abuse.

FAP facilitates the annual deskside briefing IAW AR 608-18 to all levels of command and senior NCO advisers. Personnel are required to complete the briefing within 90 days of assuming command or responsibility and annually thereafter. The briefing covers the installation policy which addresses family violence, command responsibility, local trends, and available resources. To schedule a briefing, command teams should contact FAP at (270) 412-5500.

This highly interactive program focuses on E-5s through E-8s. It is designed to assist NCOs in recognizing problems at the lowest level and knowing what resources are available. The intent is to assist Soldiers and Families in resolving problems before they become a crisis and interfere in the mission. A few of the topics include effective communication, services available and shared experiences. Scheduled through interested companies. Classes are kept to 25 NCOs or less.

The annual training is required for all Soldiers IAW AR 608-18. This one hour training is scheduled with command and facilitated at Brigade, Battalion, or Company level. Through this training Soldiers are informed of services available through FAP, the dynamics of family violence, reporting procedures for abuse, and the installation’s policy regarding domestic violence and child abuse.

Upcoming Awareness  Campaign:

ACS Family Advocacy Program leads Fort Campbell's annual Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) Campaign.   DVAM is a national campaign to increase awareness of domestic abuse and resources available.  Since ACS FAP is a prevention focused program, we also use this campaign as an avenue to promote healthy relationships within military Families.  This year Fort Campbell is hosting a Banner Design Contest, Virtual Walk, Purple Fridays, Real Talk and Go Purple in addition to our typical classes.  The following fliers provide details regarding campaign activities.  For more information, call ACS FAP at (270) 412-5500.

 

 

Go Purple & Purple Fridays

 

2022 Virtual Walk

 

Looking to jumpstart your steps for DVAM?  Join us for the following Walking Groups and help Fort Campbell reach the DVAM 2022 goal of 1, 101, 101 steps.  

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM (ACS FAP)

Primary: 270-412-5500 Secondary: 931-980-5787

Primary: 270-412-5500

Secondary: 931-980-5787

Sunday Closed
Monday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Saturday Closed

Building:

1501 William C. Lee Rd.
Fort Campbell, KY 42223

NOTICE: Accepting appointments. To report domestic violence or child abuse, contact BACH's Family Advocacy Program. During Business Hours 270-798-8601; After Duty Hours 270-798-8400 Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate Hotline (this line is manned 24/7) - 931-980-5787 New Parent Support Program - 270-484-3695 For all other assistance please visit militaryonesource.com or call Military One Source 1-800-342-9647

ABOUT: The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) helps Soldiers and their Families recognize and prepare for the unique challenges of military lifestyles. Our services include seminars and workshops that help strengthen the relationships of Army Families. We are also dedicated to the prevention domestic abuse, child abuse, and neglect of Soldiers and their Families through offering education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment.