Military & Family Life Counselors (MFLCs) are experienced behavioral health professionals who work with Marines and their families to address deployment, return and reunion issues as well as other stressors that impact a Marine’s daily life. MFLCs, embedded within the units, can inform the command of trends in the behavioral health of the unit. MFLCs do not provide medical care; if a Marine requires medical support from a psychologist or psychiatrist, the MFLC will assist in connecting the Marine to the appropriate resource.
Assigned to installations, embedded in units, schools, and Child Development and Youth Centers, MFLCs augment and work in collaboration with other Marine Corps Behavioral Health programs. MFLCs act as touchpoints for Marines and families who may need assistance.
MFLCs also assist the commander’s behavioral health efforts by assessing each situation and making the proper decision to refer a Marine, Sailor, or family member to Marine Corps resources (e.g. Community Counseling Program).
If you need MFLC assistance, please contact your installation Behavioral Health Program who can help you make the connection.