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Navy Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS)
190 Radford Blvd
NAS Pensacola, FL 32508-5244
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
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.
Newly arriving personnel in an emergency situation and in the need of assistance can contact an appointed command sponsor. If the sponsor is not available, contact the NAS Pensacola Quarterdeck at 850-452-4785.
The Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) Information and Referral Specialist can provide information regarding the military and community services available, such as:
Community Services Agencies
Exceptional Family Member Program
Emergency Family Assistance Center
To contact the NASP FFSC, call 850-452-5990 ext. 0, or Monday, to Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed holidays and weekends.
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society provides emergency financial assistance in the form of no-interest loans and grants to Sailors, Marines and their families.
Categories of financial assistance include:
Basic living expenses (food, shelter, utilities)
Medical and dental not covered by insurance
Essential car repairs
Military Pay problems
Contact NMCRS at 850-452-2300 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sexual assault advocates are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program is located on-board NAS Pensacola at the Fleet and Family Support Center. The sexual assault victim advocate is designed to meet the needs of victims of adult sexual assault regardless of service affiliation, this includes active duty members, family members and DoD civilians. Members have a choice of reporting options, either unrestricted or restricted. Note that all SAPR services are voluntary.
Restricted reporting involves the victim reporting to any of the following confidential personnel: A SAPR unit military victim advocate or a civilian victim advocate (SAPR CVA), the sexual assault response coordinator (SARC), healthcare provider, or chaplain and Special Victim's Counsel or Victim's Legal Counsel. Know that you do not lose the opportunity to make a restricted report if you talk to your chain of command but they are mandated reporters.
Unrestricted reporting is when a sexual assault victim reports openly to law enforcement, i.e. Master Arms, Local Police Department, NCIS, etc.
SAPR unit victim advocates are trained volunteers who:
Victims' services include:
If you have been sexually assaulted or think you have been:
Go to a safe location away from your attackerSeek medical care as soon as possible. Even if you do not have any visible physical injuries, you may be injured or be at risk of becoming pregnant or acquiring a sexually-transmitted disease.Contact a victims' advocate or SARCIf you suspect you may have been drugged, request a urine sample be collected. Preserve all evidence of the assault. Do not bathe, wash your hands or brush your teeth.Do not clean or straighten up the crime scene. Write down, or record by any means, any details you can recall about the assault and your assailant.
To contact a sexual assault advocate call:
The Navy's Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is designed to support operational readiness by addressing prevention, education, identification, treatment and reporting of child abuse and intimate partner abuse (physical, sexual, emotional and neglect). The first priority for the FAP is to ensure victims are safe and protected from further abuse. We are here to help! Victim Advocacy is a core component of prevention and intervention. A FAP Victim Advocate responds directly to help victims of child or intimate partner abuse navigate military and community systems, including the criminal justice system, health care and social services, as they attempt to acquire needed resources.
Please contact NAS Pensacola's Family Advocacy Program and FAP Victim Advocate by calling 850-452-5990, Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. For afterhours assistance, please call NAS Pensacola Quarter Deck at 850-452-4785 and ask to speak with FAP.
The American Red Cross is always available for emergency aid anywhere you may be. Contact the nearest chapter (phone numbers are in the local directory). They can sometimes help with emergency financial assistance and contacting individuals (or military commands) that will need to know where you are and what's happening. Plan for the unexpected and it probably won't happen. The Northwest Florida chapter for Escambia County and the surrounding area phone number is 850-432-7601.
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) provides emergency financial assistance in the form of no-interest loans and grants to Sailors, Marines and their families.
NMCRS Pensacola also offers Budget for Baby Workshops, Budget Counseling/Financial Education, a Visiting Nurse, a Uniform Locker, and Thrift Store.
Regardless of how well you have planned, emergencies do happen. What should you do in case of an emergency while your are traveling? Military members and their families should look for the nearest military installation for help. The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society/Air Force Aid Society/Army Emergency Relief are ready to assist. Military OneSource can help you locate the closest aid by calling 1-800-342-9647.
To find updated road conditions while traveling, call 511.
Navy Police/Security Force/Law Enforcement/Fire/Ambulance
To report an emergency on-board NAS Pensacola, Corry Station, and Saufley Field or in the community call 911.