Fleet & Family Support Center Annapolis
General Notice: Due to COVID 19 and our strongest desire to keep our community healthy, the Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC) at NSA Annapolis transitioned to virtual services. We are open on Tuesdays from 0800 – 1630 for personnel checking in/out and for Welcome Aboard information. To reach a FFSC service provider, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-293-2641 and leave a message. We will be monitoring this email and voicemail remotely and will respond promptly to your requests and questions.
To reach a FFSC service provider, please email email@example.com or call 410-293-2641 and leave a message. We will be monitoring this email and voicemail remotely and will respond promptly to your requests and questions.
For concerns related to Family Advocacy Program or Sailor Assistance and Intercept for Life (SAIL) program, please call 410-209-9222. This number will be monitored specifically for those programs during general business hours (Monday through Friday 0800-1630).
For concerns related to Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, please call our 24/7 Victim Advocacy line 301-646-8467 or Sexual Assault Response Coordinator 443-871-3679.
In an emergency, please use the following numbers:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
National Domestic Violence Hotline
DoD Safe Hotline:
Child Abuse Hotline:
Mainside Confidential Sexual Abuse Prevention Hotline:
DoD Safe Hotline:
For NAVY-MARINE CORPS RELIEF
Call Washington Navy Yard (202-433-3364) You will be directed to closest open office for assistance or the American Red Cross at 877-272-7337
School Liaison Assistance – Email: NavySLO.NSAA.firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fleet and Family Support Center assists individuals and families through a full array of programs and resources that help military families to be resilient, well-informed and adaptable to the Navy environment. The staff supports mission readiness, assists commanders in planning for and responding to family readiness needs and facilitates building a strong community network of services through education, community outreach and partnerships. The Center’s staff leads workshops on a variety of topics, such as life skills development, military and personal career development and personal financial management.
New to the Navy App
The New to the Navy mobile application is for Sailors (Enlisted and Officers) who are fresh out of Boot Camp or Officer Candidate School and ready to report to their first command. The app answers common questions new Sailors may have on pay and personnel matters as they transfer to a school or to their duty station. Available for Apple and Android devices.