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Helping Army Families to Build Strong Bonds

Family Advocacy Program

Welcome to the Family Advocacy Program (FAP) at USAG Baumholder offered through Army Community Service. Our mission is to provide services to support readiness of Soldiers and their Families to promote self-reliance, resiliency, and stability. We are dedicated to spousal and child abuse prevention, education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention and treatment. The Family Advocacy Program provides a variety of services to Soldiers and Families to enhance their relationship skills and improve their quality of life.

Army Community Service Family Advocacy Program Located in the Health Clinic Complex BLDG 8746 485-8188 06783-6-8188 Hours of Operation: Mon—Fri: 8 a.m.—5.p.m. Victim Advocate Hotline: 0162-270-8390 Visit us on Facebook at Baumholder ACS!






Support Groups: For new parents to discuss post-partum and parenting concerns. Baby

In even the best of relationships, conflicts arise that can lead to

Parenting is one of the greatest challenges a person can undertake. While it

patterns of behavior resulting in emotional or psychological abuse,

can be the greatest joy of your life, it can also be stressful and tiring,

economic control, and/or interference with personality liberty and the

especially to new parents. When the military life style is added to the mix,

use of force against a person of the opposite sex.

parenting can be more then overwhelming.

is always welcome.

Tot & Parent Playgroup: Music, games, and fun for little ones and their parents. Lots of toys & happy noise with delightful Army girls and boys!

The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) provides educational information, resources, and services to assist anyone that may be a

Coffee Break:

victim of violence, an offender in an abusive relationship, or a person

This is a time for parents to connect with one another while enjoying a

impacted violence.

hot cup of coffee. Time to relax while your children are at play VICTIM ADVOCATE On call 24/7, provides support to the abused individual and offers a full range of safety services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault about their rights as a victim, protection orders, legal advocacy, and/or referrals to a safe, protective shelter when necessary.

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) offers services to all parents from pregnancy through the time your child is 5 years old. We help strengthen parenting knowledge and skills.

Victim Advocate Hotline: 0162-270-8390 Home Visits: No need to pack up the kids, our caring and knowledgeable NPSP team visits homes upon request to answer questions on feeding, behavior, growth & development.

EMERGENCY PLACEMENT CARE (EPC) The Emergency Placement Care Program is designed to

Parenting Classes:

provide children with a temporary nurturing home, providing

Couples / Relationship Classes:

Baby Bumps (for expectant mothers)

stability and security when Family circumstance warrant a short

Say it Right! (Couples communication)

Newborn Network (during baby’s first year)

term change of environment.

Let’s Get It On! (Love languages)

1-2-3 Magic! (parents with children ages 2-12)

The Emergency Placement Care (EPC) Program is looking for

Coping with Deployment (various ages)

family oriented people to become a part of a professional team

Nurturing Parenting (parents with children ages 0-5)

that is working to keep children and Families together.

Get a Grip! (Managing anger and frustration) Other topics available upon request. Classes can be conducted at your location or ours.

Raising Resilient Children (various ages)

FAP Brochure 2011  

Family Advocacy Brochure