Due to the uniqueness of our Installation several Programs and Services can be located abroad installations throughout the National Capital Region.
Single Marine Program
The Single Marine Program (SMP) serves as the voice for single Marines in identifying concerns, developing initiatives, and providing recommendations through advocacy, recreational activities, special events and community involvement. The SMP is comprised of single Marines who represent their Unit and want to make a difference within their unit and on their installation.
Military Family Life
Military & Family Life Counselors (MFLCs) are experienced behavioral health professionals who work with Marines and their families to address deployment, return and reunion issues as well as other stressors that impact a Marine?s daily life. MFLCs, embedded within the units, can inform the command of trends in the behavioral health of the unit.
Child and Youth
Child and Youth Programs (CYP) provide high quality child care programs and services that support eligible families. Child Development Programs, available for children six weeks through 12 years of age, include Child Development Centers, School Age Care and Family Child Care which offer full day and part time child care and in some locations hourly child care. Youth Programs, serving children ages 6 to 18, are offered at many installation locations.
Prevention and Counseling
Using an integrated community health approach, the Community Counseling Program (CCP) equips Marines and families with the skills to address life?s challenges before there is significant impact to performance in their duties and relationships. The CCP assists Marines and families in accomplishing their personal goals through short-term solution focused counseling, skill enhancement, education and referrals to other helping resources.
The Personal Financial Management Program assists Marines and their families in achieving and sustaining personal financial readiness by providing personal financial education, training, counseling, and financial information and referral. A solid understanding of personal finances will build confidence in facing financial challenges, responsibilities and mission readiness.
The Voluntary Education Program provides personal and professional learning opportunities to the Marine Corps community. The program positively impacts recruitment, retention and readiness of all Marines. Services and resources are provided by qualified counselors and advisors in cooperation with education service providers through individual and group counseling, workshops and training opportunities to include testing for college credit and pre-admission.
The Transition Readiness Program implements a comprehensive transition and employment assistance program for Marines and their families; the program emphasizes a proactive approach that will enable them to formulate effective post-transition employment, educational, and entrepreneurial goals. The program includes three pillars: Transition Readiness Seminar, Marine For Life Cycle services, and Career Services and Advising.