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Community Counseling Center- Camp Pendleton

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Geographical Address

Duty Station (or best approximation)
Public Address
A Street, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, San Diego County, California, United States
Postal Code
92055
latitude
33.3
longitude
-117.32

Contact Info

DSN
(760) 763-3222
Operating Hours
Mon–Fri 7:30am–5pm Walk-In Hours Mon–Fri 8am–3pm

Contact / Hours:

Community Counseling Center  BLDG 130193T |  (760) 763-3CCC

Mon–Fri 7:30am–5pm
Walk-In Hours Mon–Fri 8am–3pm

Open Evenings by Appointment

Community Counseling Center and Family Advocacy Program  BLDG 520512 |  (760) 763-6940

Mon–Fri 7:30am–5pm

Overview:

Your safety is our top priority. Please review our current policies:
  • Call  (760) 763-3222 for appointments or assistance
  • Continuing with virtual sessions
  • In-person services offered to a limited number of clients due to social distancing

For the most up to date information on facility closures/program changes and updates, visit mccscp.com/impact.

What We OfferFree counseling to service members and their family members.

Services Include:

  • Stress and Adjustment
  • Couples Counseling
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Grief and Loss
  • Occupational Problems
  • Parent-Child Relationships
  • Family Counseling

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 counsel 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 hold Masters or Doctoral degrees and are licensed and credentialed to provide non-medical counseling within the DoD.

Workshops / Classes

Prevention and Education
New Parent Support
Prevention and Education staff are available to assist commands and community with training by providing subject briefs in the following areas: Family Advocacy Overview, Domestic Abuse Prevention & Awareness, Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness, Stress Management, and Anger ManagementPrevention & Education  Bldg 1122 – Mainside  (760) 725-6636Financial Management

Financial Management offers trained and certified financial management educators who provide support to Active Duty Service Members and their families, Retirees, DoD, and NAF Civilian Personnel through individual financial counseling sessions and workshops. By developing strong financial management skills, your money can go further to provide a better quality of life. Our team is here to help you achieve financial success through individual counseling and education.

Personal Financial Management Program  Bldg 13150 – Mainside (Marine & Family Programs HQ)

Mon–Fri 7 am–5 pm
Sat/Sun Closed

(760) 829-0175

(760) 829 0245

(760) 829-0105

24/7 Domestic Violence Helpline:  (760) 500-2633

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