Introduction to the Department of Defense Family Advocacy Program

Recorded On: 05/27/2020

There are several systems and programs that Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) should be familiar with in order to effectively serve children in military families. This webinar provides CACs with an introductory orientation to the first of those key military programs--the Department of Defense Family Advocacy Program (FAP). Participants will learn about the role and focus of FAP, reporting requirements, coordinated community response, and FAP case process.

A general overview will be provided by a representative from the Office of the Secretary of Defense followed service-specific introductions by representatives from of the United States Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard FAP headquarters. 

 

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Introduction to the Department of Defense Family Advocacy Program Webinar
Recorded 05/27/2020
Recorded 05/27/2020 There are several systems and programs that Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) should be familiar with in order to effectively serve children in military families. This webinar provides CACs with an introductory orientation to the first of those key military programs--the Department of Defense Family Advocacy Program (FAP). Participants will learn about the role and focus of FAP, reporting requirements, coordinated community response, and FAP case process. A general overview will be provided by a representative from the Office of the Secretary of Defense followed service-specific introductions by representatives from of the United States Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, and Navy FAP headquarters. The live webinar will allow opportunity for Q&A.
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Cleophus Harris, LMFT

Behavioral Programs, Marine and Family Program, Headquarters, Marine Corps (M&RA)

Col Patrick Pohle

Chief, Family Advocacy Program, United States Air Force

Eileen Palma, LCSW

Clinical Counseling Program Manager/Section Lead, Commander, Navy Installations Command

Heather Provencher (Moderator)

Coordinator for Services to Military Families, National Children’s Alliance


Jennifer L. Humphries, PhD, LCSW

Clinical Director, Family Advocacy Program, Behavioral Health Service Line, HCD, G3/5/7 HQ, US Army Medical Command

Johanna MacGillivray, LCSW

Family Advocacy Program Manager (CG-1111), United States Coast Guard

Kenneth E. Noyes, J.D.

Associate Director, Office of Military Family Readiness Policy, Family Advocacy Program