Crisis Response & Counseling
MFSC provides Clinical Counseling and Crisis Response services for various situations facing our military community. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 808-474-1999. Services are offered at various MFSC Locations.
The MFSC provides education programs to promote understanding and awareness of risk factors and dynamics of child and domestic abuse to commands, individuals, couples, families and community groups. When abuse or neglects occurs, the Family Advocacy Program provides immediate intervention, safety and support to victims, as well as behavioral education and counseling to offenders to reduce or eliminate the risk of future abuse. Under DoD policy, military victim advocates, clinicians and health care providers can provide confidential support and information regarding domestic abuse, without reporting to law enforcement or the service member’s command. Confidential reporting of domestic abuse is available to both active duty and family member spouses.
Victim advocates provide victims of abuse with information regarding safe and confidential ways to seek assistance, their rights, military and civilian orders for protection, and available civilian and military resources. The MFSC also provides crisis intervention, safety assessment, and planning. After Hours Crisis Line: 590-9910.
The MFSC supports commanding officers to create a command climate of prevention that promotes installation- wide sexual assault awareness efforts and management of sexual assault cases, including victim advocacy and intervention services. Confidential reporting of sexual assault is available to active duty personnel by calling:
JBPHH SAPR Emergency Phone: 808-722-6192.
Safe Helpline: 1-877-955-5247
This program provides education, information, and referrals for expecting parents or families with children ages 0 to 3 years along with parenting awareness of positive parent-child interactions and healthy family functioning. New Parent Support Home Visitors use a curriculum- based program to promote nurturing parenting and offers the opportunity to learn new skills as parents and strengthen existing ones in the comfort of your own home. In accordance with COVID-19 restrictions and recommended guidelines, New Parent Support services are provided telephonically until further notice.
The New Parent Support program provides education to parents and caregivers on their child’s normal growth and development as well as address common concerns regarding breastfeeding, sleeping, nutrition, behavior management, and other stressors. Our team includes Certified Infant Massage instructors to teach you comforting techniques for your baby, a Certified Car Seat Safety Technician who is available to assist with car seat installation, and staff who are knowledgeable in child development.
Bringing Home Baby Class- New Parent Support team hosts the Bringing Home Baby webinar every 3rd Thursday of the month where they discuss helpful tips on preparing for your baby’s arrival and what to expect when your baby comes home. Please register for the class on the Great Life Hawaii Events Calendar.
Story time for Keiki- Monthly releases of virtual story time recordings along with a fun craft activity are available through Great Life Hawaii Events Calendar, the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Military and Family Support Center’s Facebook page, and Instagram page.
Hawaii Parenting and Educations Programs Military and Civilian Resources
Licensed clinical practitioners provide individual, group, and marital counseling to active duty Sailors/Airmen, and their family members for a variety of life situations. Call 808-474-1999 for more information or to make an appointment.