Family Advocacy Program
The mission of the Air Force Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is to build healthy communities through implementing programs and policies designed for the prevention/treatment of domestic abuse and child abuse and neglect.
New Parent Support Program (NPSP)
The New Parent Support Program is a secondary prevention program that utilizes an intensive, voluntary, on and off-installation home visitation model to provide education and supportive services to expectant beneficiary families and families with children from birth to three years of age.
Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate (DAVA)
The Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate program provides 24-hour telephone and face-to-face non-clinical crisis response and support to adult victims of domestic abuse and intimate partner sexual assault.
Support services include:
- Crisis intervention
- Safety planning
- Court or medical accompaniment
- Information and referrals
Maltreatment Intervention Services
Maltreatment Intervention Services clinical providers offer comprehensive family assessments, safety and intervention planning, and case management to all eligible beneficiaries where there is an alleged incident of domestic abuse or child maltreatment.
Recommendations and clinical treatment to eligible beneficiaries where a referral meets standardized criteria for maltreatment.
Outreach and Prevention Services
Outreach and Prevention Services include:
- Educational classes for:
- Anger/stress management
- Unit-requested briefings