We are here for you! Our site is open to you for walk-in service or by appointment for in-person FOCUS sessions. Please contact our FOCUS Services Coordinator/office to set up your appointment.
We can’t wait to have you visit us – but want to keep you safe! Please remember:
- Wear a mask. Masks are required, according to base protocol, to enter any facility on base.
- If you feel sick, stay home – we are happy to reschedule or conduct a TeleFOCUS VTC session.
- Stay 6 feet apart from FOCUS Staff; our office is set up to accommodate social distancing.
- Only immediate family members are allowed to join for the in-person FOCUS Sessions.
If you prefer to stay home, TeleFOCUS virtual sessions are available! All you need is a web cam and internet connected computer (mobile devices are not recommended). Contact us to learn more about this online option.
FOCUS Resilience Training provides families and couples the skills needed to improve communication, solve problems and set goals.
Call us today to learn more about FOCUS and to schedule your personalized training sessions.
WHEN: April 21st, 2:00 - 3:00 PM (Ages 3-9 w/Parents), 3:30 - 4:30 PM (Ages 10 & Up)
WHERE: MCAS New River, Building AS-207, Curtis Rd (Beside Bowling Alley)
PHONE NUMBER: 910.450.5635
REGISTER: Via Email CampLejeune@focusproject.org (Name, Phone Number, Email Address, # of Adults Attending, # of Children Attending)
DETAILS: At FOCUS we understand that being a military child is not always easy, but we also know that military children are adaptable, flexible, well-rounded, and extremely resilient. Join us as we celebrate the Month of the Military Child during our themed workshop to promote positive perspectives and identifying silver linings within challenges.
Children ages 3 and 4 years must have an adult present during the entirety of the group. The 2pm group is designed as a family group with parent participation!