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June is Combat Operational Stress Awareness Month
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Counseling Services, Camp Pendleton is available to provide programs designed to assist active duty personnel and their family members cope with personal and family challenges. Through counseling, advocacy, and educational programs, the compassionate staff strives to empower and encourage the community by helping to create and maintain healthy relationships and life skills.
Screenings and Referrals
Walk-in screenings and referrals for mental health related programs and services provided by licensed counselors available to all active duty personnel, family members and civilian DoD employees.
Counseling is available to individuals and couples with priority given to active duty personnel. Referrals can be provided to the TriCare system, Military OneSource, and additional on/off base resources as needed.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Family Violence/Abuse can be destructive to the family and can affect unit readiness. Families are encouraged to seek help at the earliest signs of abuse and violence. Call (760) 725-9051 for more information.
Victim advocates are available to offer support services to victims of domestic abuse or sexual assault. They advocate for victim’s rights and needs, while informing them of reporting options, assisting them with staying safe, serving as a liaison between the victim and Command, and offering continued support. Victim assistance is also available through the law enforcement, medical and legal process.
Victim Advocates (760) 725-9051
Mon-Thu: 7:30am-5pm and Fri: 7:30am-4pm.
After hours, please contact:
24/7 Sexual Assault Helpline: (760) 500-1707
24/7 Domestic Violence Helpline: (760) 500-2633