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United States Navy
Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society
168 Bennion Road, (Metzger Hall)
Annapolis, MD 21402
Navy Yard office
American Red Cross
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.
If you need assistance after hours, call or visit the nearest American Red Cross facility, Air Force Aid Society, or Army Emergency Relief Office and request Navy/Marine Corps relief assistance.
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program is recovery-oriented, culturally competent, gender responsive and victim-focused. Trained personnel are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to provide direct services to victims of sexual assault. SAPR personnel provide training and prevention education Navy-wide
The SAPR Program includes awareness training to prevent sexual assaults, as well as victim advocacy and response in the event that an assault occurs. Trained victim advocates are on-call 24/7 to provide confidential emotional support and crisis intervention services, as well as offer information and resources for sexual assault victims. Victim advocates can be reached at 301-646-8567. For more information about the SAPR Program, contact the sexual assault response coordinator at 443-336-2637 located at your local Fleet and Family Support Center 410-293-2641.
If you experience an emergency while in transit to your new duty station, always call your new command to tell them about the situation and request advice if needed. If possible, look for the nearest military installation for assistance. Call AAA if you are a member, or ask the information operator (411) for the name and phone number of a hospital or road service information, depending on the emergency.
The American Red Cross is always available for emergency aid anywhere you may be. Contact the nearest chapter. In close proximity to Annapolis, the Maryland Chapter in Baltimore can be reached by calling 410-624-2000. They may be able to help with emergency financial assistance and contacting individuals that will need to know where you are and what is happening.
The American Red Cross's toll-free worldwide line is 1-877-272-7337 and is a 24 hour, 7 day a week operation to assist families in notifying service members and their families in case of emergencies.
When you or your family members need financial assistance, apply to your local Navy/Marine Corps Relief Office. The Society is a non-profit charitable organization whose purpose is to assist Navy and Marine Corps personnel both active duty and retired and their families in time of need.
Navy/Marine Corps Relief can provide interest-free loans or grants to help with emergency needs such as: emergency transportation, funeral expenses, medical/dental bills (patient's share), food, rent, utilities, disaster relief assistance, child care expenses, and essential vehicle repairs.
Navy/Marine Crops Relief Society can provide: budget counseling (training, education, remedial counseling), baby "sea bags" for expectant parents of all ranks, and access to our local NMCRS Thrift Shop.
The Annapolis NMCRS Office is located in the Fleet and Family Support Center at 168 Bennion Rd. Contact the office at 410-293-9220.
Make sure that you have all your important papers with you - not packed with your household goods. Telephone numbers for your Command Duty Office and your sponsor can be invaluable.
No matter how well you plan your move/travel, emergencies sometimes do happen.