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United States Marine Corps
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
1254 9th Street, SE
Washington Navy Yard
Washington, DC 20374-5026
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.
A Marine Corps Victim Advocate provides information, guidance and support to victims. They are first responders. Specifically trained Victim Advocates will respond to incidents of domestic violence or sexual assault 24/7, but may also be contacted during working hours by anyone with questions or concerns.
The Fort Myer Provost Marshalls Office can be reached at 703-693-3525.
How Do I Contact a Victim Advocate?
Henderson Hall has a Victim Advocate who is available to speak with victims of domestic abuse 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If you need to speak with a Victim Advocate during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., you can call the Family Advocacy Program at 703-614-7204 and speak with one of our Victim Advocates.
If you need to speak with a Victim Advocate after regular business hours, you can call the Victim Advocacy Hotline at 703-693-6611 or 202-439-5827.
If you are an active-duty service member and you are a victim of sexual assault, you may also speak with the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator or Uniformed Victim Advocate assigned to your command for additional information about the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program, for restricted and unrestricted reporting options or to report an assault.
The Headquarters and Service Battalion SARC can be reached during working hours at 703-693-4733 or by cell phone at 571-205-1298. The Headquarters and Service Battalion UVA can be reached during working hours at 571-205-1298 or by cell phone at 760-468-6870.
The American Red Cross provides interest-free loans for emergency travel in conjunction with emergency leave orders. Additional assistance may be provided to avoid privation and basic maintenance including, but not limited to, food, shelter and clothing. Emergency communication is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week by calling 202-737-8300 or 877-272-7337.
If you need financial assistance, make an appointment with the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. They provide interest-free loans or grants for emergency transportation, funerals, medical or dental bills, food, rent, utilities, essential vehicle repairs and financial counseling.
There is no Navy-Marine Corps Relief office on board Henderson Hall. They are located in the Washington Navy Yard, Building 208, Suite 100. They can be reached by calling 202-433-3364 or DSN 312-288-3364.
If you experience an emergency while in transit to your new duty station, always call your new command at 703-614-7171 to tell them about the situation and request advice if needed. If possible, look for the nearest military installation for assistance. Call AAA if you are a member. Ask the local information operator for the name and phone number of a hospital or ask for road service information, depending on the emergency.