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United States Navy
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
Building 3293, Naval Station Rota
Rota (Cadiz) Spain 11520
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 American Red Cross is located in Building 3293 and provides Naval Station Rota with health and safety education as well as emergency services. Several volunteer programs and opportunities are also available. What we do:
We are an independent non-profit organization. We receive our funding through course fees from health and safety courses, sales of first aid kits and books, and donations through the spouses clubs, religious ministries and the Combined Federal Campaign. Our normal office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We can be contacted at DSN 727-2333.
After-hours emergency service is also available 24 hours a day by calling the Naval Station Rota Quarterdeck at 011-34-956-82-2222.
Emergency Leave Information
The Fleet and Family Support Center offers emergency assistance programs.
If you have been sexually assaulted, call the 24-hour crisis hotline at 34-646-407-871 or call the Department of Defense SafeHelpline at 877-995-5247. A Sexual Assault Prevention and Response advocate will be assigned to you. The advocate will provide you with the information you need, explain to you the required procedures, assist you throughout the course of the process and answer your questions.
Information and Referral is one of the key functions in the Fleet and Family Support Centers. The Naval Station Rota FFSC has an I&R Specialist who can assist you if you have a question, are curious about classes that may be available or have a problem you need to solve even in an emergency situation. Our I&R Specialist can tell you about a wide variety of military and civilian activities, organizations and services available on and off base. If you have a problem or need information and don't know where to start, try us. We'll point you in the right direction. The Fleet and Family Support Center is an efficient way to find information or services that are right for you. For more information on Information and Referral, friend us on Facebook or send us an email.
Contact your sponsor or the admin section of your receiving command via letter or telephonically to inquire about reporting procedures. Each command or department has its own reporting procedures. Emergency services are available by calling 911 on base or 956-82-2911 from off base locations. Mental health emergencies are handled by the U.S. Naval Hospital Emergency Room at 956-82-3307/3308.
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Volunteer Program
While the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society volunteers help people in need, they also have opportunities to make new friends, develop new skills and share talents in a variety of fields. Some of these include budget for baby counseling, client greeting, casework, public speaking and volunteer management. Volunteers can also help in office administration, publicity or work in the Society Thrift Shop. In return, eligible volunteers can get reimbursement for transportation and child care expenses. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, contact the office at DSN 314-727-1614.
Contact:Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society RotaPSC 819 Box 23FPO AE 09645-0054
Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: 011-34-956-82-1614DSN: 314-727-1614Base Number: 956-82-1614Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBuilding 3293, Naval Station Rota
The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society provides financial, educational and other assistance to service members of the Naval Services of the United States and their eligible family members and survivors when in need. Counseling, loans, grants, various services and referral to other community resources are available to help families.
When you're having trouble meeting urgent financial needs, we may be able to provide an interest-free loan or grant. Through financial counseling, we'll also help you plan for better financial stability. From everyday bills to unexpected expenses, our caseworkers are ready to help. They understand the unique challenges of military life and they're ready to listen and suggest options to bring you needed relief. Our services are completely confidential. Your caseworker will review your financial situation and guide you through helpful resources and budget planning. If you're approved for a loan or grant, you'll get funds right away. There's no application fee and the appointment is completely free. If you need $500 or less, you may be eligible for our Quick Assist Loan.
Quick Assist Loans
Get the urgent funds you need today. When you need money fast, you may qualify for emergency financial assistance through an interest-free loan.
Use it for basic living expenses, temporary needs and family emergencies.
There's no application fee and no appointment needed. You can get up to $500 in minutes. Get the money you need quickly so you can get back to your responsibilities.
To get a Quick Assist Loan, you must:
Budget for Baby - schedule an appointment for a budget or attend one of our monthly classes for Baby's First Seabag. All attendees, even non-military personnel, who attend the class will receive a handmade sweater or blanket.
Layette - Baby's First Seabags for all Marine Corps and Navy personnel who are perspective or new parents. It consists of $120 worth of baby items.
Coupon - save money with the coupon program. Coupons are valid for six months past the expiration date at overseas commissaries.
Thrift Shop - enables service members and their families to stretch their budgets and purchase used clothing, uniforms and household items at a nominal cost.
Spouse Tuition Aid Program - offers interest-free student loans to eligible spouses of active-duty Marines and sailors stationed overseas who are certificate, undergraduate or graduate degree seeking students.
Visiting Nurse - Nurses are available to make home visits to clients to improve their quality of life by supporting the individual's health issues. Visits are commonly made to new mothers and infants as well as to patients recovering from surgery.