WALK IN SERVICES!
You do not have to make an appointment to see an MFLC. Stop by our office Tuesday through Thursday between 8:00 and 4:00pm at Bldg. 87, and we’ll arrange for someone to see you.
Child MFLCs are on-site for walk-in services from 12:30 to 2:30pm daily.
The MFLC program offers confidential, non-medical, solution-focused counseling, consultation and education aimed at building military and family readiness and resiliency.
- MFLCs have Master or Doctoral degrees and are licensed clinicians.
- MFLCs keep no records and make no reports to command
- MFLCs are mandated reporters of child abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, and any situation where someone may be a threat to themselves or others
- MFLCs cannot provide services to anyone receiving mental health or substance abuse services
- MFLCs cannot provide services to anyone being investigated by MPs, CID, or involved in UCMJ proceedings
Check out our brochure!
Adult MFLCs work with all Brigades and units, supporting individuals, couples, families and groups for a range of issues, such as:
- Deployment/Redeployment Stress
- Relocation Adjustment
- Anger Management
- Conflict Resolution
- Coping Skills
- Grief and Loss
There is a MFLC assigned to all units on post! Find yours by selecting your unit.
If you don't find what you're looking for, please call our main office at (912) 312-4906.
HHB, 1-41FA & 1-9FA (912) 570-5490
Child and Youth Behavioral (CYB) MFLCs support faculty, staff, parents and children in CYSS, DoDEAs, Liberty, Bryan, Long and Chatham County schools. There is a MFLC assigned to every school in the area surrounding Fort Stewart and HAAF. MFLCs are also available at Child Development Centers, the School Age Center, and the Youth Center. PLEASE NOTE: MFLC’s must have written permission from parents before engaging with children.
- Deployment and Reintegration
- Resolving Conflicts
- Behavioral Management Techniques
- Helping Children Deal with Angry Feelings
- Sibling/Parental Relationships
Check out our brochure on Child and Youth Behavioral MFLC Program!
Please note: MFLC's must have written permission from parents before engaging with children. Contact your school if you have not received the Consent Form or download it here!
There is a MFLC assigned to every school in the area surrounding Fort Stewart & HAAF. Please your child's school system for the MFLC number below.
Diamond Elementary School- (912) 675-4242 or (912) 656-1973
Kessler Elementary School- (912) 675-4249
Murray Elementary School - (912) 312-1757
Button Gwinnett Elementary School- (912) 445-1121
Frank Long Elementary School - (912) 243-4331
Lyman Hall Elementary School - (912) 243-4331
Joseph Martin Elementary School - (912)312-1741
Liberty Elementary School, Pre-K Center (912) 429-8316
Taylor’s Creek Elementary School - (912) 429-8505
Waldo Pafford Elementary School - (912) 312-1717
Lewis Frasier Middle School - (912) 675-4263
Midway Middle School - (912) 675-4248
Snelson Golden Middle School - (912) 675-4564
Bradwell Institute High School - (912) 856-3147
Liberty County High School - (912) 675-4256
Richmond Hill Elementary School - (912) 312-1507
Richmond Hill Middle School - (912) 271-9725
Richmond Hill High School - (912) 271-9725
Carver Elementary School - (912) 321-1919
McAllister Elementary School - (912) 321-1919
Smiley Elementary School - (912) 321-1870
McClelland Elementary School- (912) 321-1870
Long County Middle School - (912) 321-1893
Long County High School - (912) 321-1893
CDC 403 (912) 675.4244
CDC 403 (912) 675.4245
CDC 475 (912) 675.4250
CDC 475 (912) -675.4241
CDC 7100 (912) 675.4254
CDC/Installation CYB (912) 312.7627
CDC/Installation CYB (9120 532.0395
CDC 148, 8805 and 6054: (912) 346-7685
CDC 8805, 8807 and 6054: (912) 414-0022