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Community Counseling Program (CCP)
Community Counseling Program is designed to provide general counseling services to individuals, couples, families, and groups to promote Marines, Sailors, and their families' well-being. Our clinicians provide non-medical counseling that is supportive in nature and works to address general conditions of living, life skills, improving relationships at home and work, stress management, adjustment issues, relationship problems, parenting issues, and grief loss. In certain circumstances, the Family Advocacy Program or Substance Abuse Counselor may be an alternative referral.
Family Advocacy Program
New Parent Support Program (NPSP)
Prevention & Outreach Programs
- Couples Communication
- Domestic Violence Awareness
- Child Abuse & Neglect Detection, Prevention & Recognition Training
- Anger Management
- Stress Management
- Skill Building for Parents
Military & Family Life Consultant Program
Victim Advocacy Program
Victim Advocates assist civilians and active duty victims of domestic violence by advocating for their safety and providing emotional support, crisis intervention, and community referrals.
Victim Advocates are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to assist military spouses, civilians, and active duty victims of domestic violence or spousal sexual assault. Our responsibility is to advocate for our victims' safety and provide guidance, emotional support, crisis intervention, and information and community referrals.
Victim Advocates are able to take both restricted and unrestricted reports. You can make a restricted report and receive counseling services without beginning a formal investigation or having your command notified. Victim Advocates are also available to the non-offending parent of a victim of child abuse who request services.
EXCEPTIONS TO RESTRICTED REPORTING MAY INCLUDE:
- If you state that your life is in serious danger or if you threaten a life of another person.
- If the welfare or safety of children is threatened.
- If you notify the offender that you are making a report.
To make a report Monday-Friday 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM, please call Behavioral Health Programs and ask to speak to a FAP.
To report spousal sexual assault or domestic violence after hours, please call the Victim Advocate directly.
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Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program
The goal of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program is to be the leader in the prevention, education, and awareness. Our mission to combating Sexual Assault and sexual misconduct is an ongoing commitment. SAPR is here to support Every Person, Every Where, Every Time.
This program offers information and services to military members, military dependents over 18, and DoD civilians who are victims of sexual assault. If a spouse sexually assaulted you, please contact the Family Advocacy Program at 253-4526 during office hours or 090-9978-1033 after hours.
In the event of a sexual assault, individuals have the option of making a restricted or unrestricted report. A restricted report means a person can receive services and medical care without having a formal investigation conducted. There are designated individuals to whom a restricted report can be made: Uniformed Victim Advocates (UVA), Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARC), Civilian Victim Advocate, and Clinical Providers within Counseling Services and Healthcare providers. If the crime is reported to anyone other than the designated individuals, it may be considered unrestricted.
If you have been the victim of a sexual assault, please contact the installation 24/7 SAPR Support Line for a Victim Advocate at 080-5865-3566 for assistance with reporting options and to request advocacy with the command, law enforcement, and medical personnel. If desired, Uniformed Victim Advocates or Civilian Victim Advocates can be present for support during medical exams and court proceedings.
Substance Abuse Prevention & Counseling
The SACC provides confidential services for active-duty military members and other eligible SOFA status beneficiaries addressing issues and concerns with alcohol and drug use, misuse, and dependence. Our services include education, prevention, screening assessments, and individual or group counseling. All active duty and family members with concerns regarding alcohol or illicit substance use are welcome. Unit briefings are also available through our subject matter experts; presentations can be tailored to meet the unique needs of your unit as well.
BH counseling services do not maintain medical records. Therefore, utilizing our services will not follow you after your military career is complete.
HELP IS AVAILABLE If you are concerned about alcohol or other drug use, contact your unit SACO, DAPA, or the SACC program office at DSN 253-5260. Dependents and civilians may be seen without a referral.
Confidential services include:
- Screening and Assessments
- PRIME for Life 4.5
- PRIME for Life 16.0
- Individual Therapy
- Outpatient Group
- Intensive Outpatient Group
Prevention consists of the Drug Demand Reduction Program (DDRP) and the Alcohol Abuse Prevention Specialists (AAPS). Together, they use evidence-informed approaches to address substance abuse issues throughout MCAS Iwakuni. They also operate in tandem assisting unit Substance Abuse Control Officer’s (SACO’s) and Alcohol Screening Program Coordinators (ASPC’s) with the Marine Corp’s urinalysis and breathalyzer programs. Some of the many services provided by this team are as follows:
- Command Substance Abuse Prevention Planning
- Illicit Substance Abuse education
- Alcohol Abuse education
- Safety Stand Down periods of instruction
- Monthly substance abuse informational booths
- Collaborations with on-base and off-base community providers
Prime For Life (PFL) 4.5
Prime For Life (PFL) 16.0
Level 1 Outpatient group Services (OP)
This service is offered to clients who have been assessed with a substance use disorder of mild severity. Services typically last six weeks, 2x a week, on Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30-11 AM. The curriculum includes Living in Balance and Prime Solutions.
Level 2 Intensive Outpatient group Services (IOP) This service is provided to individuals who have been assessed with a substance use disorder of moderate severity. Group services for IOP typically last six weeks, 2x a week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8 - 11 AM.
Higher Levels of Care If you have developed a severe substance use disorder or have co-occurring mental health needs, SACC can facilitate placement in a more intensive outpatient or residential program. The counselor will work with the individual and command to coordinate an individualized transition plan.
Aftercare services are offered for those who have completed either OP, IOP, or returning from a higher level of care and are ready to step-down to a supportive aftercare group.Self Help Groups: