Family Advocacy Programs (FAP)

Air Force Reserve: Drilling

Benefit Fact Sheet

Summary

The mission of the Department of the Air Force Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is to build healthy communities through implementing programs designed for the prevention and treatment of domestic violence, child abuse and neglect, and problematic sexual behavior in children and youth. Air Force Medical Readiness Agency (AFMRA) Family Advocacy provides program and policy development, training and resourcing medical treatment facility FAP staff, data collection and reporting activities, and program research and evaluation. AFMRA FAP also provides consultation services to key customers.

Eligibility

Drilling Air Force Reserve Service members are not eligible for FAP services.

Additional Information

For more information, please visit the Family Advocacy Program's webpage on the Military OneSource:
https://www.militaryonesource.mil/family-relationships/family-life/preventing-abuse-neglect/family-advocacy-program-the-essentials/

Air Force Family Advocacy Program Domestic Abuse Victim Advocacy 24/7 Hotline Numbers:
https://www.af.mil/Portals/1/documents/aboutus/SAPR/AF%20FAP%2024-7%20Hotline%20Numbers.pdf

To locate contact information for your installation’s New Parent Support Program: https://www.militaryonesource.mil/ Scroll to the bottom of the page. Select “New Parent Support Program” from the “Select a program or service” dropdown. Select the installation name from the “Search the name of an installation” dropdown and press Enter.

Department of the Air Force Instruction 40-301:
https://static.e-publishing.af.mil/production/1/af_sg/publication/dafi40-301/dafi40-301.pdf

In addition, contact information for Family Advocacy Program offices on Air Force installations may be located on the Resource Locator Library on MyAirForceBenefits:
https://www.myairforcebenefits.us.af.mil/Benefit-Library/Resource-Locator

Document Review Date: 30 March 2022