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United States Navy
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
NAS 1 Building 319
Hoffpauir Administrative Center
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.
The NMCRS is available to assist with financial emergencies by providing interest-free loans. Additionally NMCRS maintains a thrift shop on base. Please visit the NMCRS website for more information. Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society DSN 314-624-4212 or Comm 011-39-095-56-4212
American Red Cross DSN 314-624-4900 or Comm. 011-39-095-56-4900
There is an American Red Cross aboard the installation of NAS 1. They are available to assist with service members, DOD contractors and their families with receiving messages if a family emergency should arise. However it is the responsibility of the command to assist with transportation support if they need to go home.
Information & Referral
The FFSC’s ( Fleet & Family Support Center) DSN 314-624-4291 or Comm. 011-39-095-56-4291 Information and Referral Program is available to assist with any information about the availability of services on the community.
There are no Salvation Army Services aboard the installation.
Important Phone Information:
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program
The goal of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program is to enable military readiness by establishing a culture free from sexual assault. The installation Sexual Assault Response Coordinator oversees a trained volunteer victim advocate network, available 24/7 via the SAPR Hotline to provide information, guidance and support to victims of sexual assault.
Enables victims to confidentially disclose the crime to specifically identified individuals and receive medical treatment, advocacy, and counseling without triggering commands notification and the official investigative process. The restricted reporting option is available to active duty service members and family members ages 18 and over.
Official reporting channels resulting in command notification and triggering the official investigative process, in addition to having medical and advocacy services made available.