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If you need emergency assistance, you can expect to get help from your installation, your branch of service resources. There are programs to support you in a variety of situations, including victim assistance, emergencies en route and service-specific relief societies. Below, you’ll find types of assistance, contact information, and detailed procedures and guidance to help you through any tough circumstances that you or your family may face.
NTC & Fort Irwin Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Advocacy Center is located at building #180 on 5th Street, behind the Mary Walker Clinic (MEW).
The SHARP program offers voluntary and confidential SHARP Advocacy Services for adults over age 18, including medical, legal, behavioral health, law enforcement and spiritual services as well as an assigned Victim Advocate and Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC).
All services are voluntary and private. For immediate assistance, call the SHARP 24/7 Contact number (760) 401-3074 to speak to a qualified SHARP/SARC or Victim Advocate.
Types of Reporting Options:
Allows the victim, on a confidential basis, to disclose details of the assault only to specified individuals (SARC, Victim Advocate, Chaplain or Medical Provider) and to receive medical treatment and counseling without notification of investigative authorities. As the name implies the restricted reporting option restricts information concerning the sexual assault to the advocate, health service personnel, Chaplain and the SARC. Law enforcement is not informed nor does the command structure become involved thus eliminating the opportunity for disciplinary or protective action.
Allows the victim to receive medical treatment, including a forensic examination, counseling, and to inform the appropriate legal/ command authority. The advantage to the unrestricted reporting option is threat notification of law enforcement and the command structure allows actions to be taken to protect the victim if necessary and to reduce the threat of attack on others and impose disciplinary action on the offender.
Emergency Loans and limited Emergency Grants are provided to Soldiers/dependents and others listed below:
Countless situations exist in which Soldiers may seek AER assistance for resolution. It is unrealistic to attempt to identify all the various categories and situations in which AER funds may be utilized to help Soldiers meet their immediate needs.
AER Officer’s approach to casework is to look for ways in which to say “Yes” when a Soldier’s request is reasonable, realistic, and passes the common sense test.
Review the attached memo to find out the categories authorized for an Army Emergency Relief Program loan or grant.
In an emergency, financial help is as close as the nearest military installation (Army Emergency Relief) or American Red Cross (Look in the white pages of a local telephone directory).
Delayed ArrivalIf a valid emergency occurs that will delay your arrival past your report date, call the NTC Replacement Detachment at 760-380-4747/3006 or (DSN) 312-470-4747/3006. After hours contact the Command Duty Secition (CDS), NTC Headquarters at 760-380-3750 or DSN 312-470-3750.