Hours of Operation:
Mon–Fri: 7:30am – 5pm
Weekends/Holidays: 24-hour on call
Face coverings required.
- For anyone affected by and needing to report abuse,
call the 24/7 Domestic Violence helpline at (760) 500-2633.
- Call (760) 954 – 5908 for appointments or assistance
- Mainside Bldg. 1122: Currently closed due to facility renovations
- Telehealth services available – Please call (760) 954-5908
- School of Infantry Bldg. 520512
- In-person services offered by appointment only please call (760) 954-5908
Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
The Family Advocacy Program provides a variety of services designed to support our Marines, Sailors, and their families with personal and family concerns. Through counseling, advocacy and educational programs, our compassionate staff strives to empower and encourage our community. Call (760) 725-9051 for more information.
View our brochure here.
Screenings & Referrals
Walk-in screenings and referrals for mental health related programs and services provided by licensed counselors available to all active duty personnel and family members.
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.
Victim advocates are available to offer support services to victims of domestic abuse. They advocate for the victim’s rights and needs, while informing them of restricted and unrestricted reporting options, assisting them with stay safe, serving as a liaison between the victim and Command, and maintain a 24/7 Domestic Violence Helpline (760) 500-2633. For detailed information about Victim Advocate services click here
Prevention and Education
Prevention and Education Specialist provides classes and workshops to help individuals identify stress, cause and effect of anger, and develop new ways to communicate in personal and professional relationships. Prevention and Education staff are available to assist commands and community with training by providing briefs as well. For a list of workshops, briefs, classes, and groups click here:
After hours, please contact:
24/7 Domestic Violence Helpline: (760) 500-2633