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Mission Statement . . . to promote healthy work-life balance by providing our people and their families with quality information so that they can make informed decisions. (310) 521-6129

This free and confidential number is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This service provides support for USCG members, their families, and civilians in the following areas:

Whether you are calling for a management consultation, counseling, or legal and financial advise, the CG SUPRT staff is eager to assist you. For more information, you may visit

Employee Assistance Program Administrator (EAPA) (310) 521-6136
The EAPA provides confidential consultations, training and information/referral in the following areas:

Educational Services Officer (ESO) (310) 521-6165 / (619) 278-7135
The ESO manages voluntary education programs and services, including tuition assistance and credit-by-examination tests, end-of-course tests, DANTES, and educational counseling.

Family Advocacy Specialist (FAS) (310) 521-6133
The FAS helps members and their families prevent and resolve domestic violence. This includes but is not limited to providing referrals, overseeing treatment, and advising Commands. Areas of focus include:

Training and subject matter expertise is offered in all areas related to family relationships. The FAS also provides career counseling utilizing the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the Career Directions Inventory (CDI).

Family Resource Specialist (FRS) (310) 521-6134
The FRS manages the Special Needs Program, provides Command consultation, and is a supporter for special needs families. The FRS will contact the detailer to ensure that proper services and resources are readily available prior to PCS assignments. The FRS also coordinates the In-Home Family Child Care Program and provides assistance and subject matter expertise on (but not limited to):

Health Promotion Manager (HPM) (310) 521-6131
The HPM educates, supports, and encourages Coast Guard members and their families in all areas related to health and well-being, with emphasis on:

Transition/Relocation Manager (TRM) (619) 278-7117
The TRM provides counseling, coaching, training, and resource referral in the following areas:

Transition & Relocation

The TRM also manages the area Ombudsman program.

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