Military and Family Life Counselors (MFLC)
We would like to introduce the Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC) program which is provided in partnership
with Fort Liberty. MFLCs are available in schools with significantly high percentages of military-connected students. MFLCs work with students of Military Families who are active duty, reserve, or within 6 months after retirement/
separation/deceased and assist these students with academic improvement, life skills, coping with deployment,
emotional regulation, relational skills and more. MFLCs are available to support students in their school environ-
ment and remotely through Virtual TeleHealth Counseling on the Zoom platform. Here you will find a brochure
with more information as well as a consent form for an MFLC to work with your student as requested.
MFLC services are non-medical, solution-focused services and no diagnosis or treatment plans are developed.
There are no records or files kept on your student and all services are confidential and free. MFLCs are here to
support you and your family, whether your student is on campus or learning from home. Please review, sign and
return the consent form to accept/consent to services. You may return the form to the front office or School
Counselor. By signing the consent form, you are consenting to allow your child to participate in MFLC-related
services provided at the school. If you would like to contact the MFLC at your student's school, please don't
hesitate to call the school for more information and the best time to schedule services with the MFLC.
MFLC Parent Consent Form (English)
MFLC Parent Consent Form (Spanish)
Military Family and Youth Liaisons
Zakira Cruz Rich - 910-635-0090
Reginald Fields - 910-678-7008