What is a Family Assistance Center?
Family Assistance Centers (FACs) are designed to assist the families of military service members during peacetime and during training or mobilization. A FAC is open to all branches of the military (Air Guard, Army Guard, Active Duty Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy and all Reserve Components).
Who is eligible to receive services through a FAC?
All military members, veterans, and their families are eligible to receive assistance. No military personnel or his/her family will be turned away from a FAC regardless of branch affiliation.
What services are provided by an FAC?
Basic services provided by a FAC are:
· ID Cards/DEERS
· Crises Intervention
· TRICARE/TRICARE Dental
· Financial Assistance
·Information, Referral, Follow-Up and Outreach
State Family Program Director
LTC Jim Reed
Phone (615) 604-8764
Phone (615) 313-0682
In Tennessee, if you or another Servicemember you know is in crisis, call (855) 435-7492 for assistance 24 hours a day,
7 days a week. If this is a sexual assault issue, contact 615-342-9372.
Detailed information pages:
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