ACS promotes self-reliance, resiliency and stability during times of war and peace to Soldiers and their Families. Staff members are ready to assist you with questions from the day you process in to the day you leave.
Army Family Action Plan
Army Family Action Plan AFAP is an Army-wide initiative to identify and prioritize issues to enhance standards of living for Soldiers and their Families.
The FY15 AFAP Conference is scheduled for 10 December 2014. If you have an issue you would like to submit, please go to this link: https://www.myarmyonesource.com/skins/aos2/display.aspx?moduleid=a10586da-73 a1-4402-9107-58b7bf046a21&mode=user&action=submit
Please follow this link for status of current issues:
Please refer to the FY13 Active Issue Update Book for the status
of Issues from the FY13 conference.
|Army Family Team Building
AFTB lays the foundations for successful Army living by providing Family readiness and self-reliance training, bridging the gap between the Army and Family members and helping Families understand the Army way of life.
|Army Volunteer Corps (AVC)
Volunteerism stabilizes the Army by contributing to community cohesion, increasing self-reliance and enhancing the well-being of Soldiers and their Families. Volunteer to contribute your talents and experience a worthy cause.
Employment Readiness (ERP)
For spouses and service members looking for employment opportunities ERP staff offers classes on resume preparation, career planning, federal application assistance and interview skills. Whether you are looking for a job or just need help sprucing up your resume, ERP can help.
Get Help With Your Job Search Or Exploring Careers Click on the Virtual Career Library logo to access over 6,000 digital pages of career guidance information. Inside you will find hundreds of career advice videos, digital career books and directories, virtual job data cards, job bank resources, and occupational videos to help you achieve career and life success.
Get Help With Your Job Search Or Exploring Careers
Click on the
Virtual Career Library logo to access over 6,000 digital pages of career
guidance information. Inside you will find hundreds of career advice videos,
digital career books and directories, virtual job data cards, job bank
resources, and occupational videos to help you achieve career and life
Exceptional Family Member (EFMP)
If you have a Family member with physical, developmental or emotional disorders EFMP can assist with services for therapy, education and counseling. EFMP also provides referral services, Family support activities and educational workshops.
Click on links below for more information
EFMP Snaps Brochure
Instructions for Obtaining Command Sponsorship packet
Navigation System Brochure
Respite Care Brochure
|Family Advocacy (FAP)
Soldiers and Families can receive information on healthy life skills, parent education, child-rearing, stress management and relationships. FAP also has an extensive library full of books, activities and games that can be checked out.
|Financial Readiness (FRP)
Don’t struggle with finances on your own, let FRP give you the tools and understanding necessary to be financially responsible. FRP provides budget counseling and personal financial management. Soldiers and Families may request one-on-one financial counseling.
|Mobilization & Deployment Readiness
Deployment is stressful for everyone involved and MOBDEP is ready to support you. Deployment and redeployment briefings, FRG support and training and Rear Detachment support are offered. MOBDEP has a wide variety of booklets, pamphlets, DVD’s, classes and Operation R.E.A.D.Y. materials, which provide tools and knowledge to assist spouses in being self-sufficient.
|Relocation Readiness (RRP)
With welcome packets, a lending closet and sponsorship training, RRP staff can help you get situated with all the information needed for a smooth transition in or out of Ft. Wainwright. The lending closet provides household necessities and baby items for up to 30 days while waiting for personal goods to arrive or anytime in-between.
Soldier & Family Assistance Center
SFAC takes care of Warriors in Transition and their Family members so they can focus on their mission to heal. The SFAC is an information clearing house that ensures these Warriors and their Families receive the information and referrals in a timely manner.
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS)
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) demonstrates the Army's commitment to Families of the Fallen Warriors by providing support and Services to Active, Reserve, and Army National Guard Families.
SOS takes a holistic and multi-agency approach to delivering these services by providing access at Garrisons and communities closest to where Families live. Your new SOS support team will function as the long term personnel for Survivors, and will work closely with programs and agencies to ensure Survivors receive their necessary services.
Please call 907-353-4004 for more information on Survivor Services.
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