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At Marine Corps Air Station Yuma’s Marine Corps Community Services’ Family Advocacy Program, the increase in staff in the coming months will include three new counselors to help with the service men and women seeking help. “At Counseling Support, we are here to help Marines and their families with a variety of problems or issues,” said Kevin Hoops, FAP case manager, counselor and a native of Oahu, Hawaii. Servicemen and women seeking professional help can sit with a counselor for individual sessions that last roughly 50 minutes to an hour. - At Marine Corps Air Station Yuma’s Marine Corps Community Services’ Family Advocacy Program, the increase in staff in the coming months will include three new counselors to help with the service men and women seeking help. “At Counseling Support, we are here to help Marines and their families with a variety of problems or issues,” said Kevin Hoops, FAP case manager, counselor and a native of Oahu, Hawaii. Servicemen and women seeking professional help can sit with a counselor for individual sessions that last roughly 50 minutes to an hour.

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