Marine Corps Family Team Building was established in December of 1998 as a result of the merger of AC/S Human Services, AC/S Morale, Welfare and Recreation and Base Education. Several separate family-related entities with similar functions were combined under the direction of a Marine Officer to unify their efforts. Our programs vary from pre-deployment briefs and Family Readiness training to religious retreats. Though diverse, our focus is to build a strong bond between the service member their family and the Marine Corps.
The Camp Lejeune Children, Youth, and Teen Programs offers affordable options to meet the needs of our military families. After registering, you have access to the following programs:
Full-time childcare for 6 weeks to 12 years of age
Family Child Care
Before/After School Care
EFMP provides assistance to family members with special medical, emotional, physical or educational needs, before, during and after relocation required by change of duty assignment. The EFMP coordinator advocates on behalf of families and provides information on resources.
Personal & Professional Development supports unit commanders by providing information and guidance to Marines, Sailors, Coasties and their families. The goal of this support is mission readiness, improved morale, retention and preparation for life after active-duty service. This is accomplished through personal services including Transition Readiness (Career Resources Management Program, Family Member Employee Assistance Program, Personal Readiness Seminar, Transition Readiness Seminar and Relocation Assistance including Information and Referral and the Sponsorship Program), Education Assistance (including College/University degree and certification programs, Testing opportunities, and Personal Financial Management Program) , and Library services. For more information, call 910-451-3781/3754 at Camp Lejeune or 910-449-4914 at New River.
Military Police - 910-451-2557
Camp Lejeune Red Cross Military Services
Available 24 hours a day
Prime for Life: Alcohol & Substance Abuse Prevention
Drug Demand Reduction Program
Prevention & Education
On-site Substance Abuse Counseling
Baby Boot Camp Classes
Single Parent Resources
Community Counseling Center offers free on-base counseling to service members and their families. Individual Counseling – Couples Counseling – Child and Teen Counseling – Care Management – Family Counseling.
Partner and Sibling Issues
Stress and Adjustment Issues
Grief and Loss
Enhance Coping Skills
Camp Lejeune Domestic Violence Helpline: 910-376-5675
New River Domestic Violence Helpline: 910-376-2155
The focus of the Family Advocacy Program is FAMILY. The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) provides prevention, intervention and treatment for issues related to domestic abuse and child neglect/abuse.
New River 24/7 Sexual Assault Helpline: 910-238-6384
Camp Lejeune 24/7 Sexual Assault Helpline: 910-750-5852
Support, Information, and Referrals for Victims of Sexual Assault
Accessibility to Victim Services
Problems Solving Counseling