Current Courses

4th Quarter - 2017

To register for Family Advocacy classes, visit the Ramstein Appointment Scheduling Program here.

Multiple Dates Courses

Anger Management

Couples Communication

Dads 101

Active Parenting of Teens

Love and Logic

Cooperative Parenting

Single Date Courses

5 Love Languages

Time Management - Back to School 

 

 

Family Advocacy

Family Advocacy

FA Contact Information

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM

Location:  Bldg. 2123 on Ramstein Air Base

Clinic Hours:  Monday - Friday / 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Phone:  DSN 479-2370 or Commercial 06371-46-2370

For after-hours emergencies, please call 112.

Family Advocacy Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate (DAVA): 24/7 Hotline 0173-628-4624

Additional resource

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator:
SARC Main Line: 480-7272 (0637-147-7272)
SARC Hotline: 0637-147-7272
SAPR ON-call cell number: 0172-821-4871

NPSP

NPSP

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) was established by federal law in order to help build strong, healthy military families.

Program benefits are free of charge and are available to military families who are expecting, or who have a child or children up to three years of age.

The experienced registered nurses of the NPSP assist families through the transitions of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting children through the age of three years. Program participation is completely voluntary and confidential.

 Located on Ramstein in Bldg. 2117.
 DSN: 479-2098
 Commercial: 06371-46-2098

Overview

Family Advocacy is the primary office for the support of education, prevention and treatment of family maltreatment involving active duty members and their families. Outreach services include New Parent Support Program, prenatal and pregnancy classes, anger management, parenting classes, marital therapy and therapy for abuse cases, counseling and referral resources.

FAP provides a wide range of services geared towards the specific needs of families. FAP staff works closely and collaboratively with military command, military law enforcement personnel, medical staff, family center personnel and chaplains, as well as civilian organizations and agencies, to prevent family violence and help troops and families develop healthier relationships.

Sometimes families or couples cannot cope with their conflicts in a healthy manner. If violence or maltreatment occurs, we can provide intervention to include couple's counseling, individual counseling, family counseling and educational classes. We work together with squadron commanders and first sergeants to facilitate an environment free from danger of further violence to the victim. We work with all helping agencies to deliver services.