The 21st Century Sailor office provides our Sailors and families with the support network, programs, resources, training, and skills needed to overcome adversity and thrive. 21st Century Sailor promotes resiliency in all service members and Navy families, as well as collaboration and synergy across a spectrum of wellness that maximizes total force fitness.
Culture of Excellence
Culture of Excellence (COE) empowers the Fleet to achieve warfighting excellence by fostering psychological, physical and emotional toughness; promoting organizational trust and transparency; and ensuring inclusion and connectedness among every Sailor, family member and civilian throughout their Navy journey.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Shape Navy policy, strategy, and program execution, strengthening Navy's inclusive and diverse culture. Utilize best practices, collaboration, and data-driven decisions, ensuring all Sailors have the opportunity to succeed and contribute to mission success.
Drug Detection & Deterrence (DDD)
Our mission is to support Fleet readiness by fighting drug use.
Each member of the Navy is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect and to work in an environment free of harassment and unlawful discrimination. The Military Equal Opportunity program promotes Equal Opportunity as being critical to mission accomplishment, unit cohesiveness, and military readiness. Harassment and unlawful discrimination must not be ignored or condoned.
Family Advocacy Program
The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) is a command directed program that provides clinical assessment, treatment and services for service members and their families involved in incidents of child abuse and domestic abuse.
Develops policies, directs programs, and influences decision makers based upon the results of sound assessments and thorough analysis.
It is the policy of the Department of Defense to treat all service members in a professional and neutral manner regardless of sexual orientation to ensure maintenance of good order and discipline.
Meeting the professional and personal development needs of our Sailors, and their families, will be an increasingly important aspect of recruiting and retaining our best and brightest to ensure mission accomplishment.
Navy Alcohol Abuse Prevention (NAAP)
Information and assistance to support the individual and command alcohol abuse prevention efforts.
To set the foundation for a culture that supports healthy eating by providing policy, program and planning resources for the Department of the Navy.
Expanded Operational Stress Control
Leverages command representatives and deckplate leaders to provide more accessible, collaborative resources and real-time assessments of unit culture to promote healthy command climates and mitigate risks.
Set the foundation to instill a Culture of Fitness that assists Sailors in developing their ability to complete tasks that supports the command mission and Navy operational readiness.
Provides the retired community knowledge of their benefits, entitlements, rights, privileges, changes in retirement law, and customer service to our retirees, families, annuitants and survivors.
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPR)
Issues policies and standards to aid in the prevention of sexual assault throughout the Navy, provide support to victims, define requirements, and assign responsibility for implementation of the Navy Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program.
Sponsorship & Indoctrination Program
To provide incoming personnel with information to facilitate a smooth transition and assimilation into the new command.
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