MCCS 29 Palms

Behavioral Health

 

Community Counseling Center

The Community Counseling Center (CCC) offers counseling services that address interpersonal relationships, marital problems, life skills, improving relationships at home and at work, stress management, adjustment issues (such as returning from a deployment), parenting skills, grief and loss. The CCC provides counseling to individuals, couples, families, children and teens.

Family Advocacy Program

The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) assists commanders by providing prevention classes and briefs aimed at stress reduction and improved marital communications and parenting skills.

24 HOUR HELPLINE: 760.362.9837

New Parent Support Program

The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of registered nurses and licensed clinicians who provide supportive and caring services to military families who are expecting and/or with children from birth to five years of age. 

Prevention & Education Services

Prevention and Education provides classes and briefs on spouse, intimate partner and child abuse; stress and anger management; child and teen parenting and building self-esteem.

Substance Abuse Counseling Center

The Substance Abuse Counseling Center (SACC) offers educational courses which provide information on making lower-risk choices with alcohol and education on the dangers of alcohol and/or substance abuse and misuse. Intakes, screenings, and assessments are conducted by our highly-trained staff members and used to assist service members in determining the appropriate level of services or treatment to address the issues identified during their assessment. The Drug Demand Reduction Program focuses on the detection and deterrence of illicit drug use aboard the installation. 

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response

24/7 SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT LINE: 760.799.0273

Victim Advocates Assistance

Available 24/7, Victim Advocates are nationally certified to assist victims of abuse. They work with victims to assist with ongoing safety planning and protection orders, to provide referrals to military and civilian shelters, and to advocate with Commands on behalf of victims. Victim Advocates will accompany victims during medical examinations, to court or to social services, and act as informed supportive companion during the delivery of services.