SAPR - Contact Information & Resources
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Installation Contact Information



(703) 784-3557 -office




24/7 Sexual Assault Support Line

(703) 432-9999 - To speak directly to a D-SAACP Certified Victim Advocate


Family Advocacy/Community Counseling Center

(703) 784-2570 - office

(703) 350-1688 - 24-hour FAP Victim Advocacy Hotline



Command Chaplain

(703) 784-2518



Command Duty Officer

(703) 784-2707 - A 24-hour post

Provide this number to victims for an immediate call back from a chaplain during off-duty hours


Marine corps information operations center (mcioc)

(703) 784-3557



Security battalion

(703) 784-3557


Marine corps air facility

(703) 784-3557

wounded warrior regiment

(703) 432-1882


Training & education Command

(703) 432-2707

Officer candidate school

(540) 207-5847


Weapons Training Battalion

(703) 784-4612

Training Command

(703) 432-2249


Headquarters Battalion

(703) 432-5326

Vacant - Temporarily covered by TECOM SARC

The basic school

(703) 784-5231


marine corps university

(703) 432-5569

marine corps recruiting command

(703) 784-1999


marine helicopter squadron one

(571) 494-4784

marine corps embassy security group hq & oconus

marine security augmentation unit

(703) 784-4781


marine corps systems command

(703) 432-5668

Vacant - Temporarily covered by HQBN SARC


marine corps intelligence activity

(703) 432-7340


marine forces cyberspace command

(667) 812-3917

marine corps cyberspace warfare group

(443) 654-9244


marine Cryptologic support battalion

(443) 654-9244

henderson hall

(703) 784-1045


marine barracks 8th & I

(202) 433-2783

naval health clinic quantico

(202) 257-0843 (cell)


Marine corps cyberspace operations

(703) 784-1045







victims' legal counsel organization

legal services support section


mcincr-mcbQ Victims' Legal Counsel Organization

(703) 784-4514

mcincr-mcbQ Command Staff Judge Advocate

(703) 784-3693

Regional trial counsel



(703) 784-0037

regional civil law
special assistant u.s. attorney
victim witness liaison

(703) 784-3233


civilian emergency rooms


Prince William Hospital 

(703) 369-8000

Mary Washington Hospital 

 (540) 741-1000

Stafford Hospital 

 (540) 741-9000

sentara northern virginia medical center 

 (703) 523-1473

INOVA Emergency Care Center -   Franconia/Springfield 

(703) 797-6800

INOVA Emergency Care Center –      Lorton 

 (703) 982-8324

INOVA Emergency Care Center –  Reston/Herndon     

 (703) 668-8333

INOVA emerGENCY CARE CENTER -          mount vernon

 (703) 664-7000

inova emergency care center -   alexandria 

 (703) 504-3066


INOVA Hospital Emergency Center / INOVA Trauma Center -                                fairfax

 (703) 776-3116







law enforcement contact information





Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Quantico  

(703) 784-2993 / 2994/ 2995


MCINCR-MCBQ Provost Marshals Office (PMO)  

(703) 784-2251 / 2252 / 2253


Stafford County Sheriff’s Office  

(540) 658-4450  non-emergency/information


Prince William County Police Department 

(703) 792-6500  To report a crime
(703) 792-7200  Eastern District Desk Officer


Town of Quantico Police Department  

(703) 792-6500


Fairfax County Police Department  

(703) 691-2131


Manassas Police Department  

(703) 257-8000


King George County Sheriff’s Office  

(540) 775-2049

community resources


Sexual Assault Victims’ Advocacy Service (SAVAS)

(703) 368-4141, 24-Hour Hotline
(703) 497-1192, office


Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault (RCASA)

(540) 371-1666, 24-Hour Hotline
(540) 371 -8771, make an appointment 

DC Rape Crisis Center

(202) 333-RAPE, 24-Hour Hotline (Male counselors are available)


Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance

(800) 838-8238, 24-Hour Hotline
(804) 793-9999, text   

Fort Belvoir Sexual Assault Response Coordinator & Victim Advocacy Program

(703) 740-7029, 24-Hour Hotline


Alexandria Sexual Assault Center

(703) 683-7273, 24-Hour Hotline




National Resources


DoD Safe Helpline

(877) 995-5247
Text: 55-247 (inside the U.S.) or 202-470-5546 (outside the U.S.) text your location for the nearest support resources


Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)

(800) 656-HOPE

Military OneSource

(800) 342-9647, stateside, 24-Hour Hotline
(877) 888-0727, Spanish
(800) 342-9647/(703) 253-7599, overseas and follow prompts


National Domestic Violence

(800) 799-SAFE (7233), 24-Hour Hotline
1-800-787-3224 TTY


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255), 24-Hour Hotline
711 then dial 1-800-273-8255, TTY


National Stalking Resource Center

1-855-484-2846, national hotline for crime victims


(877)  476-7734, 24-hours/7-days a week to speak anonymously with a live person


National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline

(866) 331-9474, 24-Hour Hotline
(866) 331-8453, TTY

department of defense & federal agencies


Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPRO)


National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Resource Guide

Department of Defense Victim and Witness Assistance Program


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control


Office on Violence Against Women


National Criminal Justice Reference Service

Office for Victims of Crime


National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

Non-Profit Organizations


National Sexual Violence Resource Center

The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) is the leading nonprofit in providing information and tools to prevent and respond to sexual violence. NSVRC translates research and trends into best practices that help individuals, communities and service providers achieve real and lasting change. NSVRC also works with the media to promote informed reporting. Every April, NSVRC leads Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), a campaign to educate and engage the public in addressing this widespread issue. NSVRC is also one of the three founding organizations of RALIANCE, a national, collaborative initiative dedicated to ending sexual violence in one generation.


Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape

Founded in 1975, PCAR works to end sexual violence and advocates for the rights and needs of sexual assault victims.


Violence Against Women Network

For over 2 decades, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence has operated VAWnet, an online network focused on violence against women and other forms of gender-based violence. has long been identified as an unparalleled, comprehensive, go-to source of information and resources for anti-violence advocates, human service professionals, educators, faith leaders, and others interested in ending domestic and sexual violence.



ValorUS® is a national organization committed to advancing equity and ending sexual violence. Since our founding in 1980, we have continued to build dynamic relationships across a diverse range of communities, institutions and systems, and mobilize our network of survivors and advocates to influence change. Through leadership, prevention, and advocacy, we are fearlessly pursuing a world free from violence where the dignity of every person is valued and respected.


National District Attorney’s Association

Founded in 1950, the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) is a national, non-partisan non-profit membership association that provides training, technical assistance, and services to prosecutors around the country in support of the prosecution profession. As the oldest and largest association of prosecutors in the country with over 5,500 members, NDAA represents state and local prosecutors’ offices from both urban and rural districts, as well as large and small jurisdictions.


Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Technical Assistance provides individualized TA by sharing information, resources, referrals, and/or providing training on topics related to adult, adolescent, and pediatric sexual assault and related topics, specifically to the sexual assault responder who wishes to expand their knowledge and/or build their capacity to address sexual assault in their community.


National Organization for Victim Assistance

Founded in 1975, NOVA is the oldest national victim assistance organization of its type in the United States and is the recognized leader in victim advocacy, education and credentialing.


College of William and Mary Sexual Assault Resources and Education

This is the portal for members of the William & Mary community to learn about prevention, response protocols and support services for sexual harassment, sexual violence, and other sexual misconduct, including:

  • non-consensual sexual intercourse and other forms of sexual assault
  • sexual exploitation
  • stalking and
  • relationship violence.

The resources collected here provide information about reporting and procedures used to hold students accountable for sexual misconduct.

Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exam


INOVA Ewing Forensic Assessment and Consultation Team (FACT) Department

(703) 776-6666

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner on-staff 24/7


Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

(301) 295-4810

Note: Currently not authorized to conduct Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exams

 Patients may be transferred to INOVA upon request


Mary Washington Hospital Forensic Services

(540) 741-1285

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner on-staff 24/7

behavioral health (clinical counseling)


Naval Medical Clinic Quantico Behavioral Health 

(703) 784-1779


Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Behavioral Health 

(301) 295-0500   Adult Outpatient Clinic  

(301) 295-4095   Adult Inpatient Unit  

(301) 400-2110   Partial Hospitalization Program    

(301) 295-0576   Child Adolescent Program


INOVA Adult Mental Health Services 

(703) 289-7560   Inpatient, Outpatient, and Partial Hospitalization Programs


INOVA Kellar Center 

(703) 218-8500   Inpatient and Outpatient programs for children and young adults


Mary Washington Behavioral Health - Snowden at Fredericksburg 

(540) 741-3900   Inpatient and Outpatient programs for adolescents and adults


Fort Belvoir Community Hospital Behavioral Health 

(571) 231-3124/3126                          

(571) 231-4651   Adult Inpatient Unit  

(571) 231-3224   Adult Outpatient Clinic (Select Option 4, and then Option 1 again)                                                  

(571) 231-3224   Pediatric Outpatient Clinic (Select Option 4, and then Option 2`)                                                      

(571) 231-4689   Residential Treatment Facility (appointments by referral only)

(703) 441-7680   Dumfries Health Center Behavioral Health (a Family Clinic of FBCH)                                                

(571) 432-2780   Fairfax Health Center Behavioral Health (a Family Clinic of FBCH)

counseling resources & advocacy programs


Marine & Family Life Counselors

(571) 302-2658

(571) 302-2676   Direct Appointment Line


Community Counseling Program

 (703) 784-2570   Counseling & Wellness Center


MCINCR-MCBQ Equal Opportunity Advisor

(703) 432-0764   


MCINCR-MCBQ Family Advocacy Program (FAP) 24-Hour FAP Victim Advocacy Hotline 

(703) 350-1688   FAP Reception Desk

(703) 784-2570   To make an appointment

Marine Corps Base Quantico