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Programs and classes are available in the evening, they may vary from installation to installation. Call your nearest Family Advocacy Program manager for additional information:

  • Play Morning
  • Solo Sailing: Issues of Single Parenting
  • Parental Interaction: How We Help and Hurt Our Children
  • A Healthy Family Begins With Me
  • Using Discipline To Teach Our Children Responsibility
  • How Children Develop Physically, Emotionally, Intellectually and Behaviorally and What We Can Do To Help
  • Building a Life After Divorce: A Workshop For Parents and Children
  • Effective Parenting For The Middle and Adolescent Years
  • Setting Up A Positive Discipline Program For Your Child
  • Managing the Aggressive Teen and Child
  • Effective Parenting For Young Children: Birth To Six
  • Helping Teens to Manage The Stress and The Pressures of Life
  • Setting A Discipline Program For The Special Needs Child
  • Building Healthy and Constructive Communication with Your Child
  • Dealing with The Difficult and Aggressive Child
  • Discipline and Communication Strategies With The Learning Disabled and ADHD Child
  • Helping Teens Handle Stress and The Pressures of Life
  • Dealing With School Related Issues and Avoiding Power Struggles
  • Understanding How Your Child's Medication May Impact Behavior
  • Building and Maintaining A Positive and Healthy Relationship With Your Adolescent
  • Single Parenting: A Balancing Act
  • Using Discipline To Teach Our Children Responsibility
  • Understanding The Difference Between Your Child's Behavioral
  • Problems and More Serious Problems

Treatment available (contact your FAP Manager)

  • "Anger Management Group" (eight weeks, meets weekly 1.5 hours)
  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services Program
  • Partial Day Treatment Program (children receive therapy and education during the day and return to the home at the end of the day.)
  • Crisis Intervention and Home Visits
  • Respite Program (8 hours of child care per month to prevent abuse and neglect.)