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What does FAP stand for?

FAP stands for Family Advocacy Program (US Navy)

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In fiscal year 2010, Army Community Service staff alone had more than 14 million contacts with Soldiers, Family members and civilians through programs such as Mobilization/Deployment Readiness, Relocation Readiness, Financial Readiness, Army Emergency Relief, Employment Readiness, the Army Spouse Employment Partnership, the Exceptional Family Member Program, the Family Advocacy Program, Survivor Outreach Services, Soldier and Family Assistance Centers, Army Family Team Building and the Army Family Action Plan.
2) Between 2002 and 2004, there were 832 victims of domestic violence at Fort Bragg alone, (3) and in Fiscal Year 2000, the Department of Defense (DoD) Family Advocacy Program substantiated more than 10,500 abuse cases across the DoD.
On May 19, 1981, a Department of Defense directive broadened the activities of the AF Child Advocacy Program to include prevention, identification, evaluation, treatment, follow-up, and reporting of child and spouse maltreatment, with a related name change to the AF Family Advocacy Program (FAP).
Unusual or sudden changes in behavior * Loss of meaning, purpose * Reduced sense of belonging, self-worth, or confidence * Decreased work performance * Response to challenges * Disciplinary problems * Financial troubles * Accidents or injuries * Legal problems * Relationship difficulties at work or at home * Spouse and/or child abuse * Alcohol or drug misuse * Social isolation * Risk-taking activities * Moodiness, irritability, depression or feeling of hopelessness a Few Resources: * Your Wingman * Family, friends, supervisors and leaders * Chaplains * Airmen & Family Readiness Flight * Health and Wellness Center * Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention/Treatment (ADAPT) Program * Services Squadron * Mental Health * Primary Care Physician * Family Advocacy Program * www.