CREDO is the acronym for the Chaplains Religious Enrichment Development Operation, a Chief of Navy Chaplains sponsored relationship enrichment program established in 1971, helping improve job performance and enhancing overall quality of life for active-duty service members and their families. There are 11 CREDO locations worldwide.
Active duty, Retired and Reserve Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard personnel, DoD civilian employees, as well as family members with appropriate ID cards.
Utilizing the PAIRS Foundation curriculum and PREP during an intensive weekend, couples learn essential skills for enhanced communication, self-worth, empathy, emotional expression, and healthy conflict resolution that enrich relationship satisfaction. Couples will have an opportunity to put the training into action over the weekend. CREDO programs are traditionally 48 hours in length held on Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon. All the programs are free to those who attend. All events require advance registration, and space is limited.
CREDO Camp Lejeune offers Combat Ready Forces several one-day retreat experiences to enhance war fighter readiness by increasing their family readiness potential. These one day program are most often sponsored by specific units but open registration is allowed.