- About FOCUS
FOCUS is available in several formats: family consultations, couple- or family-level training, small group training and workshops. FOCUS builds strong connections with other military family providers to support a network of care for service members, their partners and families.
FOCUS training is confidential, free and offers services at family friendly hours.
FOCUS sessions allow families and couples to build their own story about military life experiences and helps them to:
- Identify, manage and discuss emotions
- Clarify misunderstandings and respect individual points of view
- Build on current strengths
- Feel closer and more supported
- Use problem-solving and goal-setting to empower the entire family
For more information about FOCUS, visit www.focusproject.org
- Contact Us
We are here for you!
Our site is open to you on select days by appointment only for in-person FOCUS sessions. Please contact our FOCUS Services Coordinator to set up your appointment at (253) 966-6390.
- Visiting Our Office During COVID-19
Already made an appointment? We can’t wait to have you visit us!
Staying safe is a priority! Please remember:
► Wear a mask.
Masks are required, according to base protocol, in all FOCUS offices
► 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
► Do not bring friends or extended family to your appointment
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 at 253-966-6390 to learn more about this online option.
FOCUS is a prevention service designed to strengthen couples and families in readiness for tomorrow. FOCUS provides personalized training for each family and its individual goals. The program teaches practical skills to help families and couples feel prepared to meet the challenges of military life such as stress, injury and other transitions.