Family Advocacy Program
If you are in IMMEDIATE DANGER CALL 9-1-1
The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is a Department of Defense wide program designed to decrease Domestic and Child Abuse rates through Awareness, Prevention, Identification, Intervention, Reporting and Treatment. We offer a variety of services to help families develop and maintain healthy relationships, especially during transition and stress. Our primary goal is victim safety and well-being.
The DLA Family Advocacy Program can provide:
- Healthy Relationship Resources
- Crisis intervention and referrals for free-of-charge counseling
- Reporting point for child abuse and domestic abuse
- Family & Child Strengthening Services
- New Parent Support
- Community Referrals
- Chaplain Guidance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Stress Management
- Deployment and Mobilization Support
- Relocation Readiness
- Wellness Program Guidance
- Books, Classes, and Materials
The Family Advocacy Program Manager is part of a multi-disciplinary team that responds to reports of domestic or child abuse in military families. DLA Installation Support San Joaquin Family Advocacy Program provides a liaison with military social services at Travis Air Force Base as well as local support agencies. The Family Advocacy Program Manager is also able to assist with non-military DLA employee referrals.
Call the DoD child abuse report line, (877) 790-1197 or DLA Police Services Dispatch (209) 839-4302 for the reporting of suspicions of child abuse in a DoD facility. To report child abuse occurring outside of a DoD facility you can contact the San Joaquin Child Protective Services 24/7 at (209) 468-1333.
If you need guidance on Domestic Abuse services you can phone the Women’s Center Youth and Family Services Stockton office at (209) 941-2611, Tracy office at (209) 833-0300, or reach their 24/7 hotline at (209) 465-4878.