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FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM (FAP)
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Hours

Monday thru Friday:
8am – 4:30pm

Appointments are
strongly encouraged

Army Community Service
Family Advocacy Program
Bldg 626, second floor, West Point, NY
(845) 938-3369/4621

DSN: 688-3369/4621
Toll free hotline: 800-643-3039
FAX: (845) 938-3019

24/7 On-Call Victim Advocacy Services:
(609) 667-4534


The mission of the West Point Family Advocacy Program is to support Army Soldier readiness by enhancing Family self-sufficiency, community cohesion, safety, and personnel preparedness.


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The goal of the West Point Family Advocacy Program is to prevent Family violence by providing a variety of services designed to strengthen Army Families. Family Advocacy offers educational classes and other learning experiences.

If you suspect an incident of child abuse on West Point, call the Reporting Point of Contact (RPOC), the Military Police (MP) Desk, at (845) 938-3333 AND the New York State Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-342-3720.

For domestic violence there are two reporting options: restricted (contact only the Family Advocacy Program Manager at 845-938-3369 or the Keller Army Community Hospital Emergency Department at 845-938-4004) or unrestricted (contact the MP Desk if on West Point; if off West Point call 911). 

Restricted reporting does not involve the chain of command or law enforcement.  Safety planning is part of either option.

Available FAP Classes

Stress Management
a cognitive/behavioral approach is used with homework assignments as part of the course work. Classes are tailored to meet the needs of each participant.

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Anger Management and
Parent Education


Helpful links:
Keep Your Kids Safe & Sound
Prevent Child Abuse New York
Family Violence Prevention
NY State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
Signed USAG WP Policy #20 Child Supervision and Curfew


Anger Management
often taught in conjunction with our stress management class, our anger management class also uses a cognitive/behavioral approach, with homework assignments as part of the course work. Classes are tailored to meet the needs of each participant.

Parenting
curriculum used is the Girls and Boys’ Town Common Sense Parenting, a research-based parent education program. Age groups covered: toddlers/pre-schoolers, school age and teens. Parents learn how to enhance their communication with their children.


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