The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is committed to fostering strong and meaningful relationships. We firmly believe that every relationship deserves a solid foundation based on trust, love, and understanding. This foundation is cultivated through a wide range of resources, educational opportunities, support, and intervention. Our dedicated team is here to provide personalized care, catering to the unique needs of everyone, regardless of age or relationship status. Our unwavering dedication lies in ensuring the safety of everyone, offering counseling, case management, and advocacy services for individuals impacted by child abuse, domestic abuse, and problematic sexual behaviors in children and youth.

Upcoming Events

Active Parenting Classes available upon request. Two classes are available to fit your families needs. Call the Family Advocacy Program to schedule your session.

Active Parenting
Active Parenting is organized around 6 core skills of positive parenting including: cooperation & communication, responsibility & discipline, building courage & self-esteem, and understanding & redirecting misbehavior. Participants can complete all 6 sessions for a certificate or request a session focusing on a specific skill.

Active Parenting for Blended Families
This program focuses on parenting in stepfamilies, but it's also appropriate for foster parents, single parents in preparation for remarriage, parents of adopted children, and multi-generational families.

Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) Seminar
This program covers 5 key principles of positive parenting of children 0-12 years of age & how to raise confident, competent, resilient children. Sessions are held upon request. Call to register today! 
Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) Pathways
This is a program for parents to assist with managing anger when parenting. Sessions are held upon request. Call to register today! 

Programs, Services & Information

New Parent Support Program

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of licensed social workers, counselors and registered nurses who provide educational and supportive services to military families.

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What is domestic abuse?

Domestic abuse is a pattern of behaviors used to gain control over a partner involving physical, emotional, and financial harm. Understanding the definition is crucial to recognizing and addressing abuse, ensuring the safety and well-being of those affected.

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Reporting Options

Deciding whether to report domestic abuse can be difficult. If you are experiencing abuse in your relationship, it is normal to feel alone, afraid, and unsure about asking for help. Knowing your reporting options can help you decide what to do next.

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Problematic Sexual Behaviors in Child & Youth

Problematic sexual behaviors in children and youth refer to actions that are developmentally inappropriate or harmful, such as non-consensual or aggressive behavior, and may require professional assessment and intervention to address potential underlying issues.

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Crisis Response Support

Domestic abuse prevention resources and information are available to military men and women and their families. Chat, text, or call 1-800-799-7233.

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Contact Information

Family Advocacy Program

598 Narr Ave, Building 598
Yuma, AZ 85365

Phone: 9282692561

DSN: 2692561

24/7 Helpline: 9289413650

Monday 7 AM – 4 PM
Tuesday 7 AM – 4 PM
Wednesday 7 AM – 4 PM
Thursday 7 AM – 4 PM
Friday 7 AM – 4 PM
Saturday CLOSED
Closed Federal Holidays
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