The U.S. Army Family Advocacy Program (FAP) helps Soldiers and Families recognize and meet the unique challenges of military lifestyles. (FAP) is dedicated to the prevention, education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention of spouse and child abuse. FAP provides educationally based programs and training to active-duty soldiers, retirees, and their family members. Our services include seminars, workshops, and intervention to help strengthen Army Families. With our abundance of classes and workshops we help support readiness of Soldiers and their Families, enhance resiliency and relationship skills, to improve quality of life. FAP provides the opportunity through the programs and training to share information, enhance and develop stress management and coping skills and link to support services. Everyone can benefit from prevention and education. It is important that the soldiers and their families realize that when stressed, they are more vulnerable to life’s challenges. A little extra support is sometimes needed. FAP can also help provide assistance with linking to other programs and services on FS/HAAF and within our community.

If you need help, or a victim of Domestic Violence please call our Victim Advocate Hotline at FS 912-767-3032 or HAAF 912-315-5343 or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1(800)799-7233. You can contact the installation’s Family Advocacy Program for more information at 912-767-2882. For more information on the Victim Advocacy Program please visit our website (Click Here

Keeping our children safe is everyone’s job! If you see or suspect Child Abuse you can make a report on FS/HAAF by calling our Reporting Point of Contact (RPOC) at 912-767-0025.

 For more information on New Parent Support Program (Click Here)

Family Advocacy CalendarJune 2024

Training Information

  1. Commander/ 1SGT Desk Side Training. This is a one our training about the Family Advocacy Program.The Desk side brief is a mandatory training required forall senior leaders assuming command 45 days prior or 45 days after assumption ofcommand per AR-608-18.
  2. Incident Determination Committee(IDC). All Company, Troop, Battery Commanders and First Sergeants must complete the IDC online training using the following website. Submit certificates to the Medical Treatment Facility/Family Advocacy Program Clinic (MTF/FAP-C). The quiz must be completed to obtain the certificate.

A one hour annual troop training on domestic violence and child abuse prevention, recognizing, and reporting. This is a mandatory training per AR608-18 every calendar year and and this training is subject to inspection on the M.I.P (Marne Inspection Program)

  • FRAGO 180 (Incident Determination Committee (IDC) Requirements
  • FRAGO 181(Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Commander’s Desk Side Brief and Annual Domestic Violence/Child Abuse Troop Training Requirements)

Want more information?

Check out AR 608-18!