We are a therapeutic program designed to help prevent future maltreatment through identification, assessment and treatment of families with domestic violence-related issues. We advocate for appropriate treatment strategies, not punishment. The New Parent Support Program offers home visits with a registered nurse or licensed social worker for education and support, and is is open to all active duty families who are expectant, new, or single parents. Services are available to families anytime during pregnancy until the child reaches three years of age. The Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate is responsible for providing a resource for immediate and ongoing intervention and support to victims of domestic violence, as well as to non-offending parents involved in child abuse and neglect cases. The advocate provides referrals for military medical treatment, information on the military’s domestic violence abuse program, and referral information on civilian support services. Services are also provided to active duty members with civilian or dual active duty unmarried intimate partners, and those with a same sex partner.