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NRNW FFSC Webinar (Hybrid): Pregnancy Support Group

Pregnancy is an exciting and challenging time, especially as an Active Duty Sailor. Every other week a new topic will be covered and all Active Duty pregnant Sailors, as well as military family members who are expecting, are welcome. Held at FFSC Everett Annex Bldg. 2000, Room 105. Wednesday, Oct. 13 | 11 a.m.-noon | Online Wednesday, Nov. 10 | 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Online Wednesday, Dec. 8 | 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Online Wednesday, Dec. 15 | 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. | Online

NRNW FFSC Webinar (Hybrid): Pregnancy Support Group

Pregnancy is an exciting and challenging time, especially as an Active Duty Sailor. Every other week a new topic will be covered and all Active Duty pregnant Sailors, as well as military family members who are expecting, are welcome. Held at FFSC Everett Annex Bldg. 2000, Room 105. Wednesday, Oct. 13 | 11 a.m.-noon | Online Wednesday, Nov. 10 | 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Online Wednesday, Dec. 8 | 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Online Wednesday, Dec. 15 | 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. | Online

Exceptional Family Member Program

The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory program for spouses, children, and dependent family members who are on a service member’s Page 2 and enrolled in DEERS who have been diagnosed with a special need. The EFM program is dedicated to serving those with medical, psychological, or educational special needs that have been recognized and diagnosed by a professional. Enrollment in the EFM program is mandatory upon identification of a special need. Once diagnosed, EFMP pap...

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Parent Support

Becoming a parent can be joyous and stressful, and the Fleet & Family Support Center has New Parent Support (NPS) representatives ready to assist you in your new role as a parent. Whether you are a brand new parent or have children already, FFSC has something for you. FFSC staff give classes on parenting as well as have an in-home program to assist you at every level. Contact Fleet & Family Support at 425-304-3367 or ffsp.cnrnw@navy.mil. For general information and support: www.ffsp.nav...

Command Support

Whether your command needs support during a crisis, training for command leadership or a Fleet & Family Support Representative specifically assigned to serve the needs of your command, Fleet & Family Support Centers stand ready to support you with the following: Deployment and Mobilization Support Crisis Intervention/Disaster Preparedness Leadership Training Command Financial Specialist Training Ombudsman, Command Support Team, and FRG Training INDOC and Sponsorship Training Exc...

Relocation Support

 

Family Support

The Ombudsman Program and Family Readiness Groups (FRG) promote healthy, self-reliant families, and Fleet & Family Support is here to assist by providing Ombudsman and Family Readiness Group training and guidance. Fleet & Family Support Centers offer Ombudsman Basic Training and FRG training regularly. Both FRGs and Ombudsmen provide support to families before, during, and after a deployment and are essential to a well-balanced Navy. When family members have the resources they need to su...

Individual Augmentee Support

Fleet & Family Support Program (FFSP) has a wide variety of services for Individual Augmentees (IA), their family members, and commands before, during, and after and IA assignment. Contact Fleet & Family Support at 866-854-0638 or ffsp.cnrnw@navy.mil. For general information and support: www.ffsp.navy.mil or www.militaryonesource.com. Preparing for an IA Assignment FFSP can help the IA and their family members prepare for an IA assignment. Preparation helps family members not just sur...

Deployed Forces Support

Naval Station Everett's Deployed Support is a division of Morale, Welfare & Recreation. The mission of our program is to assist Sailors, Marines and their families with fitness and recreational support while in port and at sea. To accomplish this mission, Deployed Support provides a wide range of services and equipment. Deployed/Homecoming Support Must have been deployed at least five months to be eligible. Support services are available upon return to port. 5 - 11 Month Deployment...

NRNW Navy Gold Star Program Children's Grief Awareness Day

Children’s Grief Awareness Day Nov. 18, 2021 Join NRNW Navy Gold Star Program Coordinators and guest speaker Carolyn Ripper, LMFT, FFSC Child Counselor during these 60-minute conversations about what to expect when your child is grieving. Child Grief with Infants and Young Children - Tuesday, Nov. 2 • 5 p.m. This webinar will explore the emotional impact of the death of a loved one on very young children, from birth to age 4. Special focus on behaviors to watch for, questions and co...

NRNW FFSC Webinar (In-Person): Mind Body Mental Fitness: Connection

This module will teach participants how to define connection and communication and how they help to manage stress and create resiliency. Participants will learn how to identify their support network and how to use connection in a beneficial manner. Participants will be able to recognize the different communication styles and the impact they have on successful communication with others. Participants will also learn the vital role empathetic listening has in connection with others, effective commu...

Financial Management

A key contributor to fleet and family readiness is having a solid financial plan in place. Fleet & Family Support has a number of resources that can help you manage your money and inform you and your command about scams and policies that might affect your financial health. The negative effects of poor financial health include diminished operational readiness, loss of security clearance, decreased choice of duty locations, administrative discharge, anxiety, stress, domestic violence, and was...

Family Violence Victim Advocacy

Long deployments, frequent moves, and the demands of mission readiness impose many stresses on military families, which sometimes leads to dating, marital and/or parent-child conflict. Concern for the welfare of Navy families and the effects of family violence on military performance prompted the establishment of the Family Advocacy Program. Fleet & Family Support Centers offer prevention, identification, treatment and follow up regarding incidents of Family Violence. All efforts are geared...

Relocation Assistance

Everyone in the military moves at one point or another and being adequately prepared for such a big change is essential to the well-being of any military household. Fleet & Family Support can help ease your transition. We offer courses and support as well as brochures, maps, a career center with internet access, and phone directories for the local area. Whether you are settling in or departing from Navy Region Northwest, the following relocation services can help ease the associated stress a...

Fleet & Family

The Fleet & Family Support Program is here to support you and stands ready to assist with every career and life change. Contact our Centralized Scheduling Center for individual, marriage and family counseling, class reservations, individual resume assistance, financial counseling, relocation assistance or deployment/mobilization support anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. Schedule an Appointment: (866) 854-0638 ffsp.cnrnw@navy.mil  

Child Care Registration & Wait List

Navy Region Northwest Child & Youth Programs (CYP) offers developmental child care for eligible children, 6 weeks to 12 years of age, and has many options available from center-based and home care to school-age care. Child Development Centers (CDC) - Ages 6 weeks - 5 years Child Development Homes (CDH) - Ages 6 weeks - 12 years School-Age Care (SAC) - Ages 6 years - 12 years Hourly Child Care - Ages 6 weeks - 12 years MilitaryChildCare.com MilitaryChildCare.com (MCC) is a Depar...

School Resources

Military families moving to or from NAVSTA Everett can contact the NAVSTA Everett School Liaison Officer to obtain information on education options including district boundaries, academics, inter-district transfer policies, graduation requirements, before and after school programs and more. The SLO works with parents and schools to ensure smooth transitions and immediate connections for military-connected students. A complete list of all the school districts in the Naval Station Everett area ca...

Counseling Services

People sometimes encounter difficult situations or crises in their lives and often benefit from the professional counseling services that are available at the Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC). Counseling contributes to personal readiness by providing the opportunity to develop emotional awareness and problem-solving skills that can reduce stress in the workplace or in personal relationships. Our Fleet & Family Support Center is staffed with highly qualified, licensed counselors who...

Child & Youth

Our Child & Youth Program is committed to supporting the military and DoD civilian families by recognizing the uniqueness of each family's lifestyle and needs. In addition to child care, we provide age appropriate recreational and educational programs for youth before and after school, as well as summer day camps, homework help and field trips.

Moving Resources

Naval Station Everett Base Guide City of Everett - provides relocation information and resources for moving to the city of Everett, WA and the surrounding area. Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce - provides relocation information and resources for moving to the cities of Marysville and Tulalip, WA. Hospitality Kits Fleet & Family Support offers Hospitality Kits. These are items that are loaned out to you while your household goods are in transit. Contact Fleet & Family Support at...

Classes & Workshops

All classes are FREE! Register online via myFFR, or call 425-304-3367. Appointments are available for free individual consultations by calling 1-866-854-0638 in advance. Can't attend a class in person? Sign-up for one of our live webinars or download a podcast.

Life Skills Education

Personal Empowerment is recognizing your unique abilities and taking control of your life. We are now living in the “Choose Who You Are” era and nothing is more important than personal empowerment! Make your life everything you imagined and start living by choice, not be chance! Join one of our many classes to find out the secrets to living a positive, empowered and fulfilled life! View the Classes & Events tab or pick up a copy of the “Experience Navy Life” magazin...

Transition Assistance

What is the Transition Assistance Program? Navy leadership is committed to meaningful and effective transition assistance for all Sailors separating from the Navy, regardless of how long they have served. The Transition Assistance Program (TAP) ensures service members and their families are well prepared for civilian life and provides extensive tools, education and support needed for a successful transition from military service to the civilian community.  Transition services are designed...