Taking Care of Marines, Sailors and Their Families

We offer free on-base counseling to service members and their families.

Individual Counseling – Couples Counseling
Child and Teen Counseling – Care Management – Family Counseling

Serving service members and their families by identifying needs and
supporting them through an integrated system of care partners.

How It Works

Our counselors will partner with you to listen to your concerns and assess your needs. Together, you will develop goals for your counseling sessions. They will also link you to other M&FP Partner Programs so that you are supported through the entire process. Our team are subject matter experts in the following areas and can offer counseling designed to meet your specific needs.

  • Parent-Child Relationships
  • Partner and Sibling Issues
  • Occupational Problems
  • Anger and Anxiety Issues
  • Stress and Adjustment Issues
  • Grief and Loss

Benefits of Counseling

Increased self-confidence, better family communication, improved well-being and overall mission readiness.

Counselor Qualifications

All counselors are experienced working with service members and military families. They are licensed and credentialed to practice mental health counseling within the USMC.

Community Counseling Center

Bldg 130193T – View Map

Mainside (Off of “A” Street)

Office Hours

Mon–Fri 7:30am–5pm

Walk-In Hours

Mon–Fri 1pm–3pm

Open Evenings by Appointment
(760) 763-3CCC (3222)

Community Counseling Center and Family Advocacy Program

Bldg 520512 – View Map

San Onofre/School of Infantry

Mon–Fri 7:30am–5pm

(760) 763-6940

MCCS Camp Pendleton
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