Fleet and Family Support Center San Diego
Mission:Empower sailors and families to Thrive.
Vision: Provide relevant programs to support resiliency, readiness, prevention, and the Navy Culture of Excellence.
What Fleet and Family Support Center San Diego Does:
FFSC offers educational services, clinical counseling and Family Advocacy programming. Our educational services are offered by individual appointment, in workshops or classroom settings and some programs are offered online via webinar.
- Our Non-Medical Counseling program offers solution-focused, short term individual, couple and family counseling appointments. We also provide trauma-informed counseling groups for sexual assault victims providing education and support. When customers come to us with needs that exceed our scope of care, we arrange warm-hand-offs to the appropriate service and level of care.
- Our Family Advocacy Program offers services for victims and offenders based upon a trauma-informed focus and the most up-to-date research available. Our program provides interventions enhancing the personal strengths of our customers and factors that prohibit family violence. As we collaborate with other military and civilian agencies, we work to maintain a coordinated community approach to the prevention and treatment of family violence.
Who qualifies for Fleet and Family Support Center San Diego services:
Active duty and retired military and family members
How Fleet and Family Support Center San Diego serves the military-connected community:
Wide range of educational and clinical counseling programs and services.
The Fleet and Family Support Center San Diego Partners:
FFSC partners with a wide range of community organizations in all aspects of Fleet and Family Support.
3005 Corbina Alley, Sute 1, BLDG 263,
San Diego, CCA 92136-5190
Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 am to 4:30 pm
- Contact Name: Sarah Perez