What is the Military and Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program?
The Military and Family Life Counseling Program offers free short-term, non-medical counseling to:
- Active-duty service members
- National Guard members
- Reserve members (regardless of activation status)
- Department of Defense expeditionary civilians
- Immediate family members or surviving family members of any of the above
You don’t have to worry that seeking help will impact your service member’s career. Services offered through the Military and Family Life Counseling Program are confidential, not reported to the command, and do not impact a service member’s security clearance.
Exceptions to privacy include duty to warn, suspected family maltreatment (domestic violence, child abuse or neglect), harm to self or others, and illegal activity.
How to reach a military and family life counselor
- Adult MFLC (located in the A&FRC) – (Vacant Position at this time) 605-846-3401
- MFLC Embedded in MXS/MUNS/MXG (Temple) – 605-858-5042
- MFLC Embedded in AMXS (Jayme) – 605-858-5166
- MFLC Embedded in LRS/CS/FSS (Trina) – 605-430-1669
- MFLC Embedded in SFS/CES/89 ATKS (Beth) – 605-415-0048
- Child Youth Behavior MFLC (Brian) – 605-519-0937
- Child Youth Behavior MFLC (Denise) – 605-415-1834
If you are in immediate crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 or if it is an emergency, dial 911.