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United States Navy
Navy Marine Corp Relief Society
1896 Laser Rd, Suite 130
Naval Air Station Oceana
Virginia Beach, VA 23460-2217
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.
For immediate emergency assistance, please contact the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response 24/7 response line at 757-438-3260 (uniformed victim advocate), 757-438-3037 (civilian victim advocate) or 757-641-6247 (Sexual Assault Response Coordinator). Call the Family Advocacy Program victim advocate at 757-433-2912.
While traveling, remember to carry important medical papers, prescriptions and important telephone numbers so that you can contact your sponsor and your next duty station in case an emergency arises.
Emergencies can happen no matter how much planning you do, so part of your plan needs to be "what if." If an emergency occurs while in transit and it is possible, contact the nearest military installation for assistance. If you are not near a military installation and/or your emergency occurs after hours, contact the American Red Cross at 877-272-7337. If a financial emergency occurs, you can request Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society assistance through the American Red Cross. Military OneSource is available 24/7 and can provide you with resources by calling 800-342-9647.
Information and Referral Assistance
The Fleet and Family Support Center information and referral specialists can provide up-to-date information on military and community resources for the local area and beyond. If you have questions or concerns and need a starting point, call FFSC Oceana's I&R specialist at 757-433-2912.
2-1-1 Virginia is a free state-wide information and referral system that provides a wide variety of health and human service referrals. You can access their database at https://www.211.org or you can talk with a certified call specialist by dialing 2-1-1 toll free — they are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
The NMCRS provides interest-free loans or grants to help with emergency needs such as emergency transportation, medical/dental bills, food, rent, disaster-relief assistance, child care expenses, and essential vehicle repairs. For more information or to make an appointment, call 757-433-3383.
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross provides social welfare services to needy military personnel and their families. They assist with emergency communications, financial assistance, and help with humanitarian reassignment and hardship. For assistance, call 877-272-7337.
The Salvation Army is active in the Hampton Roads region by providing social services and emergency assistance. For more information and to inquire about services, call the Tidewater Area Command at 757-543-8100.
Reporting a Crime or Safety Concern — Military Police/Security
If you are in need of emergency assistance while you're physically onboard Naval Air Station Oceana or Dam Neck Annex, please call 757-433-9111.
If you are a victim of a crime or have a safety concern while onboard NAS Oceana or Dam Neck Annex, and need nonemergency assistance, you can contact 757-433-3713.
For hot-work, fire permits, hazard operation permits, special event information, Regional Dispatch Center; Hampton Roads Naval Telephone Information Center, please call 757-433-2224.