• School Military Family Life Counselors (MFLCs) services consist of non-medical, short-term counseling and problem resolution support for issues amenable to short term resolution (e.g., school adjustment issues, deployment and reunion adjustments, and parent-child communication) provided to students who attend designated schools in the FNSBSD and have one or more parents or guardians who are...

    • Service members of the Military Services (Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force including the Space Force) and their immediate family, which includes spouses, as defined by 1 U.S. Code (U.S.C.) Section 7, children, and anyone who has legal responsibility for a Service member’s children or dependent parent during deployment or separation;

    • Veterans and their immediate families are eligible for up to 180 days past separation from the military.

    • Members of the Army and Air National Guard, the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force Reserves (including the Selected Reserve, Individual Ready Reserve, and Standby Reserve), regardless of activation status, and their immediate family, which includes spouses, as defined by 1 U.S.C. Section 7, children, and anyone who has legal responsibility for a Service member’s children or dependent family member during deployment or separation.

    • Members of the U.S. Coast Guard on active duty and activated reserve personnel deployed or mobilized under the Title 10 authority of the DoD.

    • Members of the DoD Civilian Expeditionary Workforce during the 90 days prior to deployment and 180 days post-deployment, and their immediate family, which includes spouses, as defined by 1 U.S.C. Section 7, children, and anyone who has legal responsibility for a Civilian Expeditionary Worker’s children or dependent family member during deployment or separation (see Directive-Type Memorandum (DTM)-17-004 January, 25, 2017, DoD Expeditionary Civilian Workforce.).

    • Youth participants who are in a classroom and/or group setting with other military service member’s dependents. The whole classroom, youth group, and/or camp shall receive applicable CYB counseling support even though the group may contain nonmilitary dependent youth.

    • Caregivers for military personnel and their families. Caregivers are defined in Section J, Attachment EE – Data Dictionary.

    • Foreign military members and their families (only those authorized in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) are eligible for MFLC services).

    • Survivors. Eligible survivors include non-remarried surviving spouses and children of active-duty, National Guard, and reserve service members regardless of activation status and cause of death of the service member.

    • MFLC PM approved populations, as required (e.g. Civilian populations at austere locations).

    A Parent and School Military Family Life Counselor form must be filled out prior to being seen.

    Parent and School Military Family Life Counselor Acknowledgement Form

School MFLC Roster
Last Modified on December 17, 2021