Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Resources and services differ by branch of service. These family and community services are specific to your installation. Use the information below to learn more.
Fleet and Family Support Center: 912-573-4512, DSN 312-573-4512 or 912-573-4513, DSN 312-573-4513
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response: The Sexual Assault prevention and Response (SAPR) Program promotes aggressive, proactive awareness and prevention education, including information on the prevention of sexual assault. Commands can request specific training on minimizing risks, procedures for Command response, as well as guidance on measures that bases and Commanders can take to ensure a safe environment for sailors and their families. SAPR advocates provide emotional support and assistance to sexual assault victims.
The Career Resource Center offers computerized employment and career information systems, job fair and other employment information. Other services include: local job banks, job search seminars for military and family members, individual employment and career counseling and a reference library.
Command Representative Program: The Command Representative provides ongoing outreach, consultation and liaison support to all Commands at Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay. This individual is the conduit between the Commands and the FFSC providing services, resources, program information and referrals that are unique to the needs and wants of each individual Command.
Exceptional Family Member ProgramThe primary goal of the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is to ensure Sailors are assigned to geographic areas where their Exceptional Family Members’ needs can be met. FFSC services include:· Liaison with local Medical Treatment Facility EFMP Coordinators and refer Service Members to facilitate completion of the enrollment process.· Provide information referrals and general program information to Commands, Service Members and family members to assist with system navigation.· Provide information on national, state and local community resources to assist EFM enrollees.
Family Readiness ProgramFamily Readiness Groups (FRG) are an integral part of a supportive service network that helps prepare dependents for deployment/homecomings, provides family support, welcomes new families to the Command and coordinates social events that helps build friendship, strength and pride. Program Manager serves as a consultant to FRG’s, Officers, Commands and Command Support Team Members.
Life SkillsLife Skills Education enhances effectiveness at home and at work by teaching ways to reduce conflicts in personal and professional relationships, which improve overall productivity. This is achieved by providing the following classes: Stress Management, Conflict Management, Parenting Education and Communication.Ombudsman ProgramFFSC provides service and support to enhance the effectiveness of the Ombudsman Program as a whole. The Coordinator serves as an advisor/consultant to the Ombudsman, the Ombudsman Assembly, Commands and Command Support Team Members.
Retired Affairs: The Retired Affairs Program assists retirees and their family members in obtaining benefits and provides information on survivor casualty assistance in the event of the death of a retired Service Member.
Volunteer ProgramThis program provides interested Volunteers the opportunity to learn and develop job skills that may aid them in their job search while also helping them network and learn in a supportive environment. Volunteer opportunities are tailored to the wants and needs of each individual being both on the base and in the local community.