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Marine & Family Programs

Russell Marine & Family Center
About Us

Russell Marine & Family Programs Center | Bldg 40, Rm 121

The Marine and Family Programs Division of MCCS, Camp Lejeune provides four major programs that offer a wide variety of services designed to strengthen our military community. Programs are designed first and foremost to enhance mission, individual/family readiness, resilience, and retention. We provide assistance that supports the diverse interest and needs of all we serve.

Our vision is a military community, prepared for success in all aspects of mission readiness with improved retention, and resilience through individual, unit, and family enrichment.

 

Marine & Family Programs Brochure

For more information about our programs and services, pick up your free copy of our Marine & Family Programs brochure, or download a printable version online by clicking the link below:

Marine & Family Programs Brochure

 

 

 

Brewster Complex

Family Readiness Programs

 

Marine Corps Family Team Building

Marine Corps Family Team Building was established in December of 1998 as a result of the merger of AC/S Human Services, AC/S Morale, Welfare and Recreation and Base Education. Several separate family-related entities with similar functions were combined under the direction of a Marine Officer to unify their efforts. Our programs vary from pre-deployment briefs and Family Readiness training to religious retreats. Though diverse, our focus is to build a strong bond between the service member their family and the Marine Corps.

Family Care

 

Children, Youth, & Teen Programs

The Camp Lejeune Children, Youth, and Teen Programs offers affordable options to meet the needs of our military families. After registering, you have access to the following programs:


 

 

Exceptional Family Member Program

EFMP provides assistance to family members with special medical, emotional, physical or educational needs, before, during and after relocation required by change of duty assignment. The EFMP coordinator advocates on behalf of families and provides information on resources.

Personal & Professional Development

 

Personal & Professional Development supports unit commanders by providing information and guidance to Marines, Sailors, Coasties and their families. The goal of this support is mission readiness, improved morale, retention and preparation for life after active-duty service. This is accomplished through personal services including Career Assistance (Transition Assistance Management Program, Family Member Employee Assistance Program, Career Resources Management Program), Education Assistance, Library services, and Resources including Personal Financial Management Program, Relocation Assistance, Information and Referral, and MCCS Area Coordinators. For more information, call 910-451-3212 or 910-449-9713.

 

Career Assistance

 

Resources

 

Education

 

Libraries

We have three Libraries to serve our service members, retirees, and military families:


Other Links

SNCOA Leaders Resources

Privacy & Security Website Policy Statement

 

Triple-P "Postitive Parenting Program" Seminar Series

 

Command Sponsorship Program Training

 

PTSD Education

 

Marine and Family Programs Headquarters

 

Customer Rights and Privacy Protection Policy

 


 

For Confidential Help Please Call

 

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.

 

 

 


For Non-Confidential Help Please Call

Military Police - 910-451-2557

 


 

Red Cross

Camp Lejeune Red Cross Military Services
1-877-272-7337
Available 24 hours a day

 

 


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Behavioral Health

 

Counseling Services

Our mission is to provide mental health services to the active duty and retired population and their families. Counseling Services is staffed with licensed therapists who provide counseling services on topics that include, but are not limited to: Individual/Personal Problems, Substance Abuse, Marital/Family problems, Step Family issues, Parenting/Single Parenting, Separation/Divorce, Anger Management, Child Behavior problems, Stress Management, Sexual Abuse, Challenges of Adolescence, and Pre/Post Deployment Issues. We also provide services linked with the Family Advocacy Program, for domestic violence and child abuse issues. Group and individual treatment is available for men and women who have been victims or offenders of violence in their relationships. Professional Victim Advocates provide a variety of confidential services for men and women who find themselves victims of violence. Group treatment is also provided for children who have witnessed violence in their homes.

 

 

The New Parent Support Program

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of social workers and nurses who provide educational and supportive services to military families.

Our trained, supervised staff has extensive knowledge of the issues encountered by today's parents. These home visitors are sensitive to the unique challenges facing military families.


  • Home Visitation

  • Baby Boot Camp

  • Parenting Classes

  • Single Parent Workshops

 

 
Military & Family Life Counselors

Need to Talk?

Military Family Life Counselors are here to listen, and are available to help service members, spouses, family members, children and staff.

 

The FOCUS Project…

…provides resiliency training for military families facing the challenges of a family member’s deployment during wartime.

Multiple deployments affect both the service member and the family as routines and roles are disrupted. Children may experience stress related to a parent’s role in the Global War on Terror and the impact of Combat Operational Stress on family life.