Family Advocacy Program


Hours and Location

Contact Us Clinic Hours
Family Advocacy Program:
(254) 553-3627/3629
Monday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Address Location for Triage/Hours
Family Advocacy Program
3rd Floor, The Woodlands Section
36065 Sante Fe Ave
Fort Hood, Texas 76544-59095
Bldg. 36065
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Overview

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FAP is a vigorous proactive program to prevent spouse and child abuse and neglect, encourage the reporting of all incidents of abuse, ensure prompt assessments and investigation of all reports, and provides safety for victims of abuse, and supportive services and treatment for victims, family members and offenders. FAP coordinates the legal, law enforcement, social services and medical aspects of Family violence on the installation. Services include treatment for both victims and offenders. Individual and group counseling is available. Specific groups provided are conflict resolution, anger management, therapeutic parenting, men's groups; and women's groups. Case management, safety planning, risk management, resource coordination, referral services and coordination of Victim Advocacy Services are also available. In addition, Family Advocacy Program also provides state accredited Batterers Intervention and prevention groups (BIPP). This is the first ever in the Army a nd Department of Defense. The BIPP Program is an 18 week program that is designed to hold offenders accountable for their actions and teach them skills to avoid future incidents of violence.

Policies and Procedures

The following directives and regulations set forth the policies and procedures implementing the statute:

  • MEDCOM Regulation 10-1, Organization and Functions Policy.
  • AR 608-18, 27 May 2007, The Army Family Advocacy Program


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