Military & Family Life Support

Military & Family Life Counseling Program

Military & Family Life Counselors  (MFLCs) provide confidential off-the-record, non-medical counseling, consultation and outreach services at U.S. military installations or nearby civilian communities (i.e. schools). MFLCs help service members and their families with the unique challenges of military life. This Program is based on a preventative model that strengthens service members and family problem-solving skills through every part of the military lifecycle. Reducing escalations and building coping abilities is a force multiplier, enhancing military capabilities across the board.


What is Non-Medical Counseling? 

Non-medical counseling is short term, non-therapeutic, non-diagnostic, counseling that is not appropriate for individuals needing clinical therapy. It is supportive in nature and addresses general conditions of living, such as:


  • Life skills
  • Identifying feelings
  • Bullying 
  • Conflict resolution
  • Self-esteem
  • Managing anger and aggression
  • Separation from parents
  • Problem-solving 
  • Coping with deployment and reunification 
  • Transition and moving 
  • Improving relationships 
  • Time management
  • Stress management
  • Parenting
  • Grief & loss


Military Parents, if you are interested in your school-aged child receiving MFLC services at school please print, check, sign and return the Acknowledgement Form to the school. If you have an questions please feel free to contact: (571) 490-1765 or (808) 305-6444