The Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) serves active-duty, activated Reservists and Guardsmen, retirees and family members of all branches of service.
The FFSC at NAS JRB New Orleans is in Building 555 on Rinard Road. Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. FFSC is a one-stop shop for information, referrals and assistance.
Phone 504-678-7569 (DSN 678-7569)
Toll free 888-304-1939
Fax 504-678-9024 (DSN 678-9024)
FFSC SERVICES - We’re Here for You!
The FFSC offers consultations, assessments and counseling services to help with stress, anxiety, anger, deployment, communication, relationship conflicts, work issues, grief and loss, personal concerns, parenting questions and more. Our caring counselors can meet with you individually, as a couple or as a family.
Whether it’s a personal crisis such as separation, divorce or a death or a large-scale disaster such as a hurricane or mass casualty, the FFSC can assist by providing counseling, emergency case management, preparedness information and recovery assistance.
The FFSC supports deploying service members, their spouses, children, parents and loved ones through command, individual and family briefs on pre-deployment, mid-deployment, return and reunion, and post-deployment. The FFSC also provides deployment case management, information, coping tips and one-on-one support.
Employment services are provided for job seekers who are new to the area, starting over in a new career field or military members transitioning to civilian jobs. Workshops and one-on-one consultations on job searches, career planning, resume writing, interview techniques and more are available. Our Career Resource Center has computers and resource materials to enhance your employment needs. In addition, the FFSC Volunteer Program can boost your job skills.
Exceptional Family Member
The FFSC Exceptional Family Member Program liaison provides program information, resources and assistance with enrollment for families with special needs.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Services
The Family Advocacy Program offers awareness and prevention programs, consultation, risk assessment and interventions for incidents of domestic and child abuse/neglect.