Fleet and Family Support Center

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Fleet and Family Support Center

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Phone Number
973-1785-4046 | DSN: (318)-439-4046 | On Base: 439-4046
Operating Hours
Sun-Thur: 0730 - 1600 | Fri-Sat : CLOSED

The Bahrain Fleet and Family Support Program (FFSP) reinforces Operational Readiness by providing a wide range of services to the military community. To this end, we provide information, deployment, and transition support, counseling and education in a respectful manner; to empower those we serve to manage the challenges, changes, and sacrifices inherent in the military way of life.

Locations: Work & Family Life Programs: Bldg. 100, Room 120A FFSC Admin Clinical Counseling & New Parent Support: Bldg. 100, Room 129A


Transition Assistance Program -TGPS for those separating or retiring from the military -CONSEP (Career Options & Navy Skills Evaluation Program) -Resume Writing Class -Federal resume and employment classes -Job search

Relocation Assistance Program -Newcomer's Orientation (INDOC) -Sponsor Training -Smooth Move

Intercultural Relations Education -Gold Buying -Pearl Buying -Carpet Buying -Arabic Culture & Traditions Briefs -Spoken Arabic -Reading & Writing Arabic

Family Advocacy Program

Provides education for the prevention of child abuse/neglect and spouse/intimate partner abuse.

Personal Financial Management  -Consumer Awareness -Credit & Debt Management -Car Buying -Home Buying -Developing a Spending Plan -One-On-One Budget Counseling

Life Skills Education -Anger/Stress Management -Deployment Support (Return & Reunion) -Effective Communication Skills -Goal Setting

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response (SAPR)

A DoD mandated program aimed at increasing public awareness and reducing incidents of sexual assault. The SAPR Program consists of three components: 1. Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Education 2. Victim Advocacy 3. Data Collection

Bldg. 24, Next to PSD

Clinical Services -Individual Counseling -Family Counseling -Group In-Service -Provide skilled crisis intervention and support services

Information & Referral -Provide brochures and fact sheets on local area resources -Make referrals to appropriate military or civilian agencies -Maintain a database of educational, life-enhancing, and therapeutic resources found on the base -Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) information


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