Schinnen Sexual Assault and Domestic Abuse Hotlines
October 28, 2008
Have you been sexually assaulted' Then call 0031-61-297-3591 to contact the USAG Schinnen Sexual Assault Prevention and Response hotline.
Do you want to report domestic violence or child abuse' Then call 0031-63-072-6152 to contact the Family Advocacy Program Manager.
The phone number to the USAG Schinnen Military Police Desk is 0031-46-443-7555; for other emergencies call 112.
Everyone has the right to feel free from harm.
Military & Family Life Consultants
MFLCs are available to help you address concerns such as deployment/reintegration support, relationship issues, stress and anxiety, depression, grief and loss and daily life issues. Consultations are free and anonymous. After hours and weekend appointments available. To schedule an appointment, call your MFLC on Geilenkirchen at 0049-1522-421-0455; on Brunssum at 0031-625-045-104; or on Schinnen at 0031-629-471-920.
The Army's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program enforces our commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual assault through awareness and prevention, training and education, victim advocacy, response, reporting, and accountability. USAG Schinnen promotes sensitive care and confidential reporting for victims of sexual assault and accountability for those who commit these crimes. Army Community Service (ACS) is the agency designated to manage SAPR Program.
The Army's Family Advocacy Program (FAP) prevents spouse and child abuse and neglect, provides safety for victims of abuse, and works with commanders to hold offenders accountable. The Army is committed to preventing spouse and child abuse and neglect by providing a range of essential services to strengthen Soldiers and their Families so as to ensure their resiliency. The program is supported by a system that allows the identification of abuse as early as possible, timely reporting and intervention, and rehabilitation and treatment. Army Community Service (ACS) is the agency designated to manage the FAP.
The Military Family Life Consultants (MFLC) Program uses licensed clinicians with Masters Degrees and at least five years experience in Social Work, Counseling, or related clinical discipline. Consultants are trained on military specific topics including basic orientation to the deployment cycle, military culture, the chain of command, and reporting requirements in accordance with Army Family Advocacy Program. MFLC is an Army program designed to provide anonymous, confidential support to Soldiers and their family members, especially those returning from deployments. Units that return from deployment may request Life Consultants through Army Community Service. Program serves active duty and mobilized National Guard and Army Reserve soldiers and their families.