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 Deployed Resiliency Counseling Program Deployed Resiliency Counselors (DRC) promote overall wellness and resiliency by providing private, short-term, non-medical counseling, training and prevention education to Sailors on aircraft carriers and large deck amphibious ships while they are deployed and at homeport.

service members identified with a suicide related behavior (SRB). Risk is assessed at key intervals using the Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale (C-SSRS) andmanaged using theVeterans Administration Safety Plan through a series of contacts over 90 days following an SRB. SAIL does not replace mental health services and is not a form of treatment. SAIL case managers maintain contact with Sailors, healthcare providers and command leadership, assisting with care coordinationandengagingadditional resources as needed. All services are conducted within a supportive environment and are based on the individual’s needs in reducing stress. Sailors are automatically referred to SAIL by their command, however, a referral can also be made by contacting the Fleet and Family Support Center.

 New Parent Support Home Visitation Program (NPSHVP) Uses the evidence-based Nurturing Parenting Program Curriculum to conduct assessments and provide intensive home visitation services for families who have been identified as “at risk” for child maltreatment anddomesticabuse. TheNewParent Support HomeVisitation Program (NPSHVP) provides comprehensive parenting education for expectant active-duty military personnel, their spouses, and those families with children under the age of four. NPSHVP’s primary goal is to enhance their quality of life by empowering them to meet the challenges of parenthood, while maintaining a military lifestyle. The program offers a variety of services, including prenatal health and nutrition consultation, breastfeeding education, early child development education, parenting skills, and home visitation services.

Navy Gold Star Program Our service members who die on active duty have made the ultimate sacrifice, and the Navy is committed to supporting their families. The Navy Gold Star Program serves our survivors by providing support, information, and services for as long as they desire. Navy Gold Star coordinators connect survivors to support groups and grief and bereavement counselors, provide benefits milestone management, request copiesof documents, andoffer informationand referral services.

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