Family Advocacy Program
Prevention, Education and Counseling Bldg. 7260
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
(229) 639-5252/7553 for more information
The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is intended to prevent and reduce the incidence of family violence, helping to create an environment of intolerance for such behavior.
FAP provides prevention, intervention and treatment for issues related to domestic abuse and child neglect/abuse. Our staff members are subject matter experts in the following areas and can offer supportive clinical counseling to meet the needs of both the offender and victim.
- Parent-Child Relationships
- Partner and Spouse Issues
- Occupational Problems
- Anger and Anxiety Issues
- Stress and Adjustment Issues
- Grief and Loss
- Enhance Coping Skills
- Offender specific treatment
- Victim specific treatment
For more information about services offered through FAP please review the Prevention & Education link and/or the New Parent Support Program link.