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The Community Counseling Center (CCC) staff will assist in integrating behavioral health services from other helping agencies. The purpose of the CCC is to ensure that Marines, Sailors and their families are properly assessed, treated, and if indicated, provide referrals to other, appropriate agencies. 

Community Counseling Center counselors will provide general counseling in areas that include, but are not limited to:

  • Adjustment Problems
  • Parent-child Problems
  • Grief and Loss Issues
  • Marital Problems

 

Community Counseling Center counselors do not provide:

  • Mental Health Evaluations
  • Psychological Fitness for Duty Screenings
  • Deployment-related Mental Health Screenings

 

The Community Counseling Center (CCC) offers improvements for commanders, Marines, Sailors, and their family members concerning resource navigation.  Individuals can be referred to the CCC providing there are no Family Advocacy Program (FAP) or substance abuse issues. Marines, Sailors and their family members can self-refer to the CCC. Active duty members can continue to access medical clinical counseling through their medical providers.

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Community Counseling Center


Bldg 799, Behind Bldg 40, Brewster Blvd | 910-451-2864*
MCAS New River MFLC 910-459-3508

 Hours
 Mon - Fri 0730-1630
 Closed on weekends and holidays.


 *If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, please dial 911 or go
to your local hospital.

 

 

Brewster Complex


 

Domestic Violence Town Hall Collaboration

 

NR Counseling

 

Anger Management

 

Suicide Prevention Research Study

 

Strength for the Journey

 

PTSD Education

 

Stress and Anger Management

 

 

For Confidential Help Please Call

 

September is Suicide Prevention Month

 

24/7 DSTRESSLINE.COM

 

Domestic Violence 24/7 Helpline

 

SAPR

 

 

For assistance Mon-Fri, 0730-1600, please call the Community Counseling Center at 910-451-2864.*
* If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, please dial 911 or go to your local hospital.

 

 

 

Suicide Prevention Lifeline

 

DSTRESS Line PSA from Mrs. Amos

 


For Non-Confidential Help Please Call

Military Police - 910-451-2557

 

Military & Family Life Counselors


Contact Info

Military Family Life Counselors


Bldg 797

 

There are four MFLC counselors available to assist.  Please feel free to contact any of the four numbers below each of which are attached to an individual counselor.

MFLC-910-915-6801     MFLC-910-915-6871
MFLC-910-734-7843     MFLC-910-734-8700


 Hours  
By appointment only.
 

MFLC Brochure

 

Caregiver Support

 

 

7 Things To Know About MFLC
  1. All MFLCs are licensed professional mental health counselors (LCSW, LPC, LMFT, etc.) who provide non-medical solution-focused “counseling” (no longer called “consultation”) to military personnel and their families. MFLCs assist people to explore alternate solutions to current daily life stressors.
  2. MFLCs are considered an augmentation, not a replacement, for existing family support services.   
  3. Anything shared with an MFLC is confidential unless it is a Duty to Warn situation, as the MFLC is a mandated reporter and not a restricted reporter. Duty to Warn is when someone tells an MFLC they want to hurt themselves or others, to include domestic violence, sexual assault or child or elderly abuse.
  4. MFLCs maintain contact with Marines/Sailors (and their families) through their confidential cell phones and face-to-face communications. The MFLC’s cell phones are manned from 0800 to 2000, Monday through Friday. They will respond expediently.  The new cell numbers for the Camp Lejeune adult MFLCs are: 910-734-7843, 910-734-8700, 910-915-6801
    or 910-915-6871.
  5. The MFLCs’ work day is flexible; however, it is a 40 hour work week. This provides the MFLCs the opportunity to meet with people prior to work, after work, and to support those who work a shift schedule. Additionally, it enables the MFLCs to provide support at base or command events and to facilitate workshops or other groups.  
  6. MFLCs do not keep records and are able to meet people anywhere, except their homes, unless it is a command related event such as an FRG meeting etc.
  7. People can meet with the MFLC for up to 12 sessions.