The Family Advocacy Victim Advocate Program (VAP) provides emergency and follow-up support to adult victims of domestic abuse. Domestic abuse includes physical, emotional and sexual abuse between individuals who are/were married, live(d) together, or share a child in common.  Advocacy services are available to service members, current or former spouses, individuals who share or have shared a child or domicile with the service member as well as current or former intimate partners. Advocacy services are available 24/7. Advocates may be reached at (270) 412-5500 during duty hours (Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.). After duty hours an advocate may be reached through the Victim Advocate Hotline: (931) 980-5787.

Victim Advocates also provide support to the parents of children involved in Problematic Sexual Behaviors Among Children & Youth (PSB-CY). ACS FAP serves as the reporting point of contact for PSB-CY cases and can walk parents through supporting their children through this process. 

Advocacy services include crisis response, information on reporting options, safety planning, assistance with obtaining protective orders, and accompaniment to medical forensic exams as well as court proceedings. Whether you need to relocate for safety reasons or want to stay and work on your marriage, a Victim Advocate is available to help. Advocates also work closely with their civilian counter-parts and provide a “warm-hand-off” for victims who do not qualify for on-going advocacy services within the military community.

The QR code above provides valuable information and helpful resources that support victims of domestic abuse. If you, a friend or colleague are experiencing abuse and have questions about available services, please use this link. This is a great way to keep the information you need on hand. For additional information or to initiate services with VAP, give us a call.


Reporting Options for Domestic Abuse: Restricted -vs- Unrestricted

Individuals experiencing domestic abuse have the right to choose their reporting option and Victim Advocates are available to explain these two options as well as any limitations.  Victim Advocates are available to support abuse victims regardless of the reporting option or whether the individual decides to work on their marriage or leave the abusive relationship.


Important information regarding domestic abuse advocacy, response, and community resources.


This Power & Control Wheel is often used to explain ways various tactics are utilized to control victims of abuse.  These tactics are often used by an abusive partner to keep their victim in the relationship.  Victim Advocates help identify resources that address various needs of the individual. 


What do I say to a friend or battle buddy when I believe he or she may be abusive?  To avoid becoming a silent bystander, here are a few things you could consider when talking to someone you believe may abuse their partner.  


How can I help someone who is being abused?  Here are a few things you could say or do to help someone experiencing domestic abuse.


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

1501 William C. Lee Road
Fort Campbell, Kentucky 42223

NOTICE: 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 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 or call Military OneSource 1-800-342-9647