Comprehensive airman fitness electronic we care guide


This guide contains a list of services and resources available to members of our military community. It does not provide exhaustive information about each resource. Instead, it provides just enough information for you to quickly determine what resources are available to serve your needs. You can then use the phone numbers or web links to obtain more detailed information for a particular service. The We Care link is a needs-based search engine that allows you to connect with a choice of providers. The We Care guide also serves as a referral document for commanders, community leaders, and program managers. This comprehensive listing will empower you to find what you need to be a successful and resilient member of the Air Force family. Wherever you go in AMC, there will be a We Care guide!

 

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ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) - Promotes readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse, to minimize the negative consequences of substance misuse and abuse to the individual, family, and organization.  Services include outreach, education, prevention programs, screening, assessment and consultation as well as initiatives to prevent future alcohol misuse, prescription drug misuse, or drug use; preventive counseling, and tailored feedback to individuals or groups. Provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol or drugs.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION:

Drug Demand Reduction (DDR):  DDR mission is to prevent the use of illicit drugs and alcohol among military personnel, Civil Service Employees, NAF personnel, and Family Members by providing education, training and information that promotes wellness and healthy lifestyles.  The Air Force zero-tolerance for illegal drugs requires random testing for active duty, civil service and NAF employees.  Pre-employment testing is accomplished for those seeking to secure civil service positions, promotions, or transitioning from reservist to active duty status.  Training is offered to unit members to perform duties as a collector to cover shift workers overnight.  As a resource for commanders the program can provide gate and unit sweeps, probable cause, voluntary consent, “Bickle”, and commander directed testing. The program aims to create a drug free workplace and a mission ready force.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg. 430

Intended for: Active Duty, Civil Service Employees, NAF Employees, Family Members, ANG, Reservists and Pre-Employment

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910)394.1182

Resource Provider: SJA, SFS, and AFOSI

Last Updated: 05/18/2018

 

STEVEN A. COHEN MILITARY FAMILY CLINIC:

Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic - provides confidential, high-quality behavioral healthcare services and case management resources at low or no-cost and without long wait times to veterans, their families, and the families of Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserves, including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others. Eligibility for services is regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform, or combat experience. No insurance required.

Facility: Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley

Address: 3505 Village Dr. Fayetteville, NC 28312

Intended for: Veterans, their families, and the families of Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserves, including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors (NOT INTENDED FOR ACTIVE DUTY).

When: Available 0800-1900 Mon, Tues, & Thurs; 0800-1700 Wed; 0800-1400 Fri & Sat; Sun closed

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 615-3737

Website: http://military.capefearvalley.com/about-us.html

Resource Provider: Cape Fear Health Network Staff

Last Updated: 5/3/2018

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

 

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling (800) 222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

AF CIVILIAN VIRTUAL WELLNESS PROGRAM:

AF Civilian Virtual Wellness Program – The AFMC Wellness Support Center is a wellness website portal with FREE re-sources for AF Civilians and Active Duty members at AFMC and AMC installations. After you log in, the website allows access to tools to help you reach your health goals. You will also learn about activities that CHPS staff provide at your base, like health education classes and cholesterol screenings. Create an account and/or log in to:

 

·       Complete your Health Risk Assessment (HRA) Wellness Profile

·       Access your Cardiac Risk Profile (CRP) results (includes cholesterol, glucose, and blood pressure)

·       View your base’s calendar of health education classes

·       Learn how to participate in the next wellness challenge

·       Participate in a yearly incentive program to earn an award

Intended for:  Federal Service Civilians on Air Mobility Command installations and Active Duty members. 

When:  24/7

Website:  https://afmcwellness.com/

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 5/5/2018

POPE AAF AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER:

Airman & Family Readiness Center - Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. 

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity – Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution methods through mediation and facilitation utilizing the Alternate Dispute Resolution Program. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Pope Soldier Support Center (MPS Building)

Address: 384 Maynard St, Pope AAF, NC 29310

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 308, suite 33

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2831; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (910) 394-2831

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 5/8/2018

POPE ARMY AIRFIELD SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE OFFICE:

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office (SAPR) is a DoD-wide quality of life program for victims of sexual assault crimes that provides the following services:

-- Restricted Reporting: Maintains Confidentiality -- NO INVESTIGATION - Report MUST be made to SARC, healthcare provider, Chaplain, SVC or Victim Advocate ONLY.

-- Unrestricted Reporting: INITIATES INVESTIGATION - Whenever the sexual assault information is given to mandatory reporters (chain of command to include immediate supervisor, 1st Sgt, commanders, OSI, Security Forces) or when the victim wants to proceed to investigation.

-- Assign a Victim Advocate who is trained to provide crisis intervention, information and referral of on/off base helping agency services to include support through medical and legal proceedings.

Facility: Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office

Address: 384 Maynard St Bldg 308 Rm 36 & 37

Intended for: Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, Dependents 18+, DoD Civilians

When: on-call 24/7

Where: Basement, Private entrance left side of bldg.- Pope Airman Support Center

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office (910) 394-4551/1452; 24/7 Helpline (910) 394-7272

Resource Provider: SARC, Victim Advocate

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

 

POPE AAF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL:

Civilian Personnel - Provides services to meet the needs of management, supervisors, and the civilian workforce. Services include: advisory guidance in the areas of recruitment, staffing, position management, employee relations, labor and workforce planning, and promotes prevention and resolution of labor disputes in a manner that gives full effect to the collective-bargaining rights of employees, unions and management. Employees wishing to apply for positions, should go to www.afciviliancareers.com.

Facility: Civilian Personnel Office

Address: 384 Maynard St, Bldg. 308

Intended for: Federal Service Civilians and their Supervisors

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Suites 241 & 242

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4054/1587

Website: www.afciviliancareers.com

Last Updated: 5/22/2018

 

FORT BRAGG CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ADVISORY CENTER (CPAC):

CPAC - Provides services to meet the needs of management, supervisors, and the civilian workforce. Services include: advisory guidance in the areas of recruitment, staffing, position management, employee relations, labor and workforce planning, and promotes prevention and resolution of labor disputes in a manner that gives full effect to the collective-bargaining rights of employees, unions and management.

Address: Bldg. 2-1105, Macomb ST. Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for: Federal Service Civilians and their Supervisors

When: 0800-1700, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 2-1105

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 908-2722

Last Updated: 5/22/2018

 
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity – Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution through mediation and facilitation utilizing Alternate Dispute Resolution methods. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Pope Soldier Support Center (MPS Building)

Address: 384 Maynard St, Pope AAF, NC 29310

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 308, suite 33

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2831; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (910) 394-2831

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 5/8/2018

 

INSPECTOR GENERAL:

Inspector General (IG) The IG ensures the concerns of all complainants and the best interests of the Air Force are addressed through objective fact-finding to enhance the discipline, readiness, and warfighting capability of the entire wing.

Facility: Inspector General Office

Address: 304 W. Birchard Street

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: 304 W. Birchard Street

Cost: FREE

Phone: (618) 256-4744/3016

Website: http://www.scott.af.mil/Units/IG/

Resource Provider: IG Staff

Last Updated: 2/7/2018

POPE AAF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL:

Civilian Personnel - Provides services to meet the needs of management, supervisors, and the civilian workforce. Services include: advisory guidance in the areas of recruitment, staffing, position management, employee relations, labor and workforce planning, and promotes prevention and resolution of labor disputes in a manner that gives full effect to the collective-bargaining rights of employees, unions and management. Employees wishing to apply for positions, should go to www.afciviliancareers.com.

Facility: Civilian Personnel Office

Address: 384 Maynard St, Bldg. 308

Intended for: Federal Service Civilians and their Supervisors

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Suites 241 & 242

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4054/1587

Website: www.afciviliancareers.com

Last Updated: 5/22/2018

FORT BRAGG CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ADVISORY CENTER (CPAC):

CPAC - Provides services to meet the needs of management, supervisors, and the civilian workforce. Services include: advisory guidance in the areas of recruitment, staffing, position management, employee relations, labor and workforce planning, and promotes prevention and resolution of labor disputes in a manner that gives full effect to the collective-bargaining rights of employees, unions and management.

Address: Bldg. 2-1105, Macomb ST. Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for: Federal Service Civilians and their Supervisors

When: 0800-1700, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 2-1105

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 908-2722

Last Updated: 5/22/2018

 

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

 

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) – assists service members and their Families with circumstances occurring across the military life cycle and aims to enhance operational and Family readiness. They provide support to individuals, couples, Families and groups for a range of issues including, but not limited to: deployment stress, reintegration, relocation adjustment, separation, anger management, conflict resolution, parenting, parent/child communication, relationship/family issues, coping skills, homesickness, and grief and loss. All MFLCs, provide confidential non-medical counseling services face-to-face, on and off of military installations.

All MFLCs have a master's degree or doctorate in a mental health- related field, such as social work, psychology, marriage and Family therapy or counseling, and possess a valid unrestricted counseling license or certification from a state, the District of Columbia, a U.S. commonwealth, or a U.S. territory that grants authority to provide counseling services as an independent practitioner in a respective field. Counseling is private and confidential, with the exception of mandatory state, federal, and military duty-to-warn reporting requirements.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg. 430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: Adult/Child Counselor (910) 853-5727/ (910) 709-3973

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) - Promotes readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse, to minimize the negative consequences of substance misuse and abuse to the individual, family, and organization.  Services include outreach, education, prevention programs, screening, assessment and consultation as well as initiatives to prevent future alcohol misuse, prescription drug misuse, or drug use; preventive counseling, and tailored feedback to individuals or groups. Provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol or drugs.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

FORT BRAGG FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) – The Fort Bragg Family Advocacy Program (FAP) helps Service Members and their Families recognize and prepare for the unique challenges of military lifestyles. Our services include seminars, workshops, counseling, and intervention to help strengthen the relationships of military Families.

We are also dedicated to the prevention domestic abuse, child abuse, and neglect of Service Members and their Families through offering education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment.

If you need help, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at +1 (800)799-7233. You should also contact your installation’s Family Advocacy Program for more information.

Child Abuse: What is child abuse? For more information on what child abuse is, or how to report child abuse, visit our Child Abuse web page. If you fear a child is in immediate danger, call 911.

To report suspected abuse or neglect, call the 24/7 reporting Point of Contact (RPOC) for Fort Bragg, the Military Police at +1 (910)396-0391. Another resource to report child abuse is the National Child Abuse Hotline at +1 (800)422-4453.


If you have questions, call us! If you are concerned about your privacy, you don’t have to give your name. You don’t even have to want Fort Bragg services, we will still help!

Facility: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Address: bldg. 4-2843 Normandy Dr. Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve

When: 0800 - 1700, Mon-Fri (closed the 2nd Wed of each month from 0800 – 1200)

Where: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-5521

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

STEVEN A. COHEN MILITARY FAMILY CLINIC:

Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic - provides confidential, high-quality behavioral healthcare services and case management resources at low or no-cost and without long wait times to veterans, their families, and the families of Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserves, including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others. Eligibility for services is regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform, or combat experience. No insurance required.

Facility: Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley

Address: 3505 Village Dr. Fayetteville, NC 28312

Intended for: Veterans, their families, and the families of Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserves, including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors (NOT INTENDED FOR ACTIVE DUTY).

When: Available 0800-1900 Mon, Tues, & Thurs; 0800-1700 Wed; 0800-1400 Fri & Sat; Sun closed

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 615-3737

Website: http://military.capefearvalley.com/about-us.html

Resource Provider: Cape Fear Health Network Staff

Last Updated: 5/3/2018

 
If you or a serviceman you know is experiencing a crisis, use this confidential, toll-free crisis line (800) 273-8255 and press “1” to reach caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders. The Veterans Crisis Line can also be reached by text at 838255 or through online chat.

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

 

FORT BRAGG FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) – The Fort Bragg Family Advocacy Program (FAP) helps Service Members and their Families recognize and prepare for the unique challenges of military lifestyles. Our services include seminars, workshops, counseling, and intervention to help strengthen the relationships of military Families.

We are also dedicated to the prevention domestic abuse, child abuse, and neglect of Service Members and their Families through offering education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment.

If you need help, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at +1 (800)799-7233. You should also contact your installation’s Family Advocacy Program for more information.

Child Abuse: What is child abuse? For more information on what child abuse is, or how to report child abuse, visit our Child Abuse web page. If you fear a child is in immediate danger, call 911.

To report suspected abuse or neglect, call the 24/7 reporting Point of Contact (RPOC) for Fort Bragg, the Military Police at +1 (910)396-0391. Another resource to report child abuse is the National Child Abuse Hotline at +1 (800)422-4453.


If you have questions, call us! If you are concerned about your privacy, you don’t have to give your name. You don’t even have to want Fort Bragg services, we will still help!

Facility: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Address: bldg. 4-2843 Normandy Dr. Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve

When: 0800 - 1700, Mon-Fri (closed the 2nd Wed of each month from 0800 – 1200)

Where: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-5521

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) - Promotes readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse, to minimize the negative consequences of substance misuse and abuse to the individual, family, and organization.  Services include outreach, education, prevention programs, screening, assessment and consultation as well as initiatives to prevent future alcohol misuse, prescription drug misuse, or drug use; preventive counseling, and tailored feedback to individuals or groups. Provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol or drugs.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) – assists service members and their Families with circumstances occurring across the military life cycle and aims to enhance operational and Family readiness. They provide support to individuals, couples, Families and groups for a range of issues including, but not limited to: deployment stress, reintegration, relocation adjustment, separation, anger management, conflict resolution, parenting, parent/child communication, relationship/family issues, coping skills, homesickness, and grief and loss. All MFLCs, provide confidential non-medical counseling services face-to-face, on and off of military installations.

All MFLCs have a master's degree or doctorate in a mental health- related field, such as social work, psychology, marriage and Family therapy or counseling, and possess a valid unrestricted counseling license or certification from a state, the District of Columbia, a U.S. commonwealth, or a U.S. territory that grants authority to provide counseling services as an independent practitioner in a respective field. Counseling is private and confidential, with the exception of mandatory state, federal, and military duty-to-warn reporting requirements.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg. 430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: Adult/Child Counselor (910) 853-5727/ (910) 709-3973

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER:

Airman & Family Readiness Center - Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. 

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

 

FORT BRAGG FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) – The Fort Bragg Family Advocacy Program (FAP) helps Service Members and their Families recognize and prepare for the unique challenges of military lifestyles. Our services include seminars, workshops, counseling, and intervention to help strengthen the relationships of military Families.

We are also dedicated to the prevention domestic abuse, child abuse, and neglect of Service Members and their Families through offering education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment.

If you need help, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at +1 (800)799-7233. You should also contact your installation’s Family Advocacy Program for more information.

Child Abuse: What is child abuse? For more information on what child abuse is, or how to report child abuse, visit our Child Abuse web page. If you fear a child is in immediate danger, call 911.

To report suspected abuse or neglect, call the 24/7 reporting Point of Contact (RPOC) for Fort Bragg, the Military Police at +1 (910)396-0391. Another resource to report child abuse is the National Child Abuse Hotline at +1 (800)422-4453.


If you have questions, call us! If you are concerned about your privacy, you don’t have to give your name. You don’t even have to want Fort Bragg services, we will still help!

Facility: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Address: bldg. 4-2843 Normandy Dr. Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve

When: 0800 - 1700, Mon-Fri (closed the 2nd Wed of each month from 0800 – 1200)

Where: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-5521

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

JUDGE ADVOCATE:

Judge Advocate – Supporting Commanders and Warfighters through the delivery of timely, accurate, and candid legal counsel and services.

Facility: 43d Air Mobility Operations Group Headquarters

Address: 259 Maynard St., Bldg. 309 (temporarily housed at 4-2175 Reilly Road, Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310)

Intended for: Active duty members and dependents, Reserve and Guard on active duty orders and their dependents, retired military members and their dependents, and DoD civilians with orders to deploy.

When: Notaries and Powers of Attorney Walk-In Hours: Mon - Thurs, 0900 – 1530,   

Fridays, 0900-1200

All Other Matters: By appointment (available Mon – Thurs on a first-come, first-served basis; deployees have priority)

Divorce & Child Custody Self-Help Clinics – 4th Wednesday of each month, 1400-1600; registration required; call (910) 396-2271

Where: Second floor of 43 AMOG Headquarters, Bldg. 309 (see above for temporary location, until further notice)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 396-2271 (until further notice)

Website: http://www.pope.af.mil/Units/Legal-Office/

Resource Provider: Judge Advocate Staff

Last Updated: 3 May 2018

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource - Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

  

FORT BRAGG FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) – The Fort Bragg Family Advocacy Program (FAP) helps Service Members and their Families recognize and prepare for the unique challenges of military lifestyles. Our services include seminars, workshops, counseling, and intervention to help strengthen the relationships of military Families.

We are also dedicated to the prevention domestic abuse, child abuse, and neglect of Service Members and their Families through offering education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment.

If you need help, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at +1 (800)799-7233. You should also contact your installation’s Family Advocacy Program for more information.

Child Abuse: What is child abuse? For more information on what child abuse is, or how to report child abuse, visit our Child Abuse web page. If you fear a child is in immediate danger, call 911.

To report suspected abuse or neglect, call the 24/7 reporting Point of Contact (RPOC) for Fort Bragg, the Military Police at +1 (910)396-0391. Another resource to report child abuse is the National Child Abuse Hotline at +1 (800)422-4453.


If you have questions, call us! If you are concerned about your privacy, you don’t have to give your name. You don’t even have to want Fort Bragg services, we will still help!

Facility: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Address: bldg. 4-2843 Normandy Dr. Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve

When: 0800 - 1700, Mon-Fri (closed the 2nd Wed of each month from 0800 – 1200)

Where: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-5521

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

POPE EDUCATION CENTER:

Education Center - Education Services offers academic advisement, college courses, funding, program guidance, and testing services to assist Airmen with meeting personal and professional higher education goals.  Information and/or assistance is available for the following programs:  Air Force Credentialing Opportunities On-line (AF COOL), Commissioning Programs, Air Force Virtual Education Center (AFVEC), Career Skills Program (CSP), Community College of the Air Force (CCAF), CLEP/DANTES, Military Tuition Assistance (Mil TA), Transition Assistance Program Goals, Plans and Success - Higher Education (TAP GPS – HE) Track, and Veterans Affairs Education Benefits.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg. 430 Pope AAF, NC 28308

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800 – 1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours, contact the American Red Cross, (877) 272-7337.

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

FORT BRAGG EDUCATION CENTER:

Education Center - The Army Continuing Education System's mission (ACES) is to create and lead the Army’s premiere education organization committed to excellence, innovation, and deployability. Counseling is an integral part of the individual's educational endeavors. The Education Staff is committed to providing quality services and programs to active duty personnel, Family members, retired military personnel, and Civilian personnel. Professional guidance counselors staff two Education Centers and provide a full range of adult and continuing education counseling. Individual counseling is available during normal duty hours on a walk-in basis. Counselors are also available to visit units and provide briefings to Soldiers and commanders on the education opportunities at Fort Bragg. 

Facility: Bragg Training and Education Center

Address: 4520 Knox St Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800 – 1630, M, T, W, F/1100 – 1630 Thur. Book appointments @ http://www.bookfbtec.timetap.com

 

 

Where: Bldg 1-3774, Wing H & J

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 396-6721/0171

Resource Provider: ACS Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

POPE AAF SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER:

School Liaison Officer - Provides answers to military children and teens concerns. Seeks to engage and educate policymakers, not-for-profit associations, concerned business interests, and other leaders about the needs of military members & their families. Consults on how to choose a school.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg 43

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri. Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-1446/(910) 394-2538

Resource Provider: School Liaison Officer

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

FORT BRAGG SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES:

School Support Services: School Support Services strives to work with parents, schools, installation leadership, and organizational partners to help ease transitions for military connected students. We provide a variety of services including:

  • Youth Sponsorship
  • Programs for Teens
  • Special Education Information
  • References and Resources for Special Education
  • Transition Support
  • Academic and Behavioral Support
  • Post-Secondary Support
  • Post-Secondary Education Information
  • Home School Information
  • Home Schooling in North Carolina

Facility: Soldier Support Center, bldg. 4-2843

Intended for:  Active duty military personnel, reservists on active duty, DoD Civilians, and DoD Contractors stationed at Fort Bragg/Pope AAF

When: 8:00am – 5:00pm Monday - Friday

Where: Soldier Support Center, bldg.. 4-2843

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-3338/(910) 432-1023/(910) 643-6661

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

POPE CAREER ASSISTANCE ADVISOR:

Career Assistance Advisor – Principal advisor to commanders and supervisors on enlisted force management and professional enhancement; assists with career counseling; develops frontline supervisors; advises Airmen on career progression and planning; monitors mandatory pay and benefit briefing programs; conducts Informed Decision, Airmen, NCO, SNCO Professional Enhancement Seminars; conducts individual career counseling sessions; manages the First Term Airman Course

Facility: Professional Development Center

Address: 5451 Reilly Road, Bldg 315

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri. Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: PDC, Bldg 315

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-1210 / (910) 214-5188

Resource Provider: MSgt Rebecca Taylor

Last Updated: 5/18/2018

POPE AIRMAN LEADERSHIP SCHOOL:

Airman Leadership School Airman Leadership School (ALS) is the first level of the Enlisted Professional Military Education (EPME) continuum and prepares senior Airmen to be professional, war-fighting Airmen who can supervise and lead Air Force work teams to support the employment of airpower.  Completion is required to assume the grade of Staff Sergeant

Facility: Professional Development Center (PDC)

Address: 5451 Reilly Road, Bldg 315

Intended for: SrA between 3-6 years TIS

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri. Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days

Where: PDC, Bldg 315

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2589 / (910) 394-3327 / (910) 394-3820

Resource Provider: MSgt Leah Cruz/TSgt Sean Kortus/SSgt Nicholas Wynn

Last Updated: 5/23/2018

 

 
AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER:

Airman & Family Readiness Center - Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. 

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg 430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

CIVILIAN PERSONNEL:

Civilian Personnel – Recruitment & placement, positon management, classification, benefits, labor management, employee relations, civilian payroll, and information services.

Facility: Civilian Personnel Office

Address: Bldg. 2-1105 corner of Macomb & Jackson Streets

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Tues, Thurs & Fri, Wed 0730-1300

Cost: FREE

Phone: (908) CPAC 2722/ (910) 396-8933

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

EMPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM:

Employment Readiness Program – offers resources to help with your career plan and job search. Whether you’re a military spouse or Family member who just moved to a new installation, Retiree, or DoD civilian looking for new opportunities, or active duty Military, active Reserve, National Guard member, or Wounded Warrior, we’re here to help.

Our services include:

·       Up-to-date information on local, national, and international employment opportunities, job market trends and education, and volunteer resources

·       Classes and seminars on self-assessment and career exploration, resume writing, interviewing techniques, dressing for success, networking, and entrepreneurship.

·       Résumé critiques

·       Career counseling and individual career assessments

·       Job fairs and other hiring events

·       Teen/youth employment information

·       Computers with internet access, résumé-writing software, and typing tutorials

·       Virtual Career Library access

Facility: Soldier Support Center

Address: bldg. 2843, Normandy Dr. Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for: Active Duty military, Reserve and Guard, DoD Civilians, Family Members and Retirees

When: 0800 – 1700, Mon - Fri

Where: 3rd floor

Cost:  Free

Phone: (910) 396.2390/1425

Website: https://bragg.armymwr.com/programs/erp

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Service

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

OTHER LINKS TO EMPLOYMENT:

Programs for Military Spouses

·       Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP)
The Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) is a targeted recruitment and employment solution for spouses.

·       MyCAA
The My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship Program is a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of financial assistance to eligible military spouses who are pursuing a license, certification or Associate’s degree in a portable career field and occupation.

Government (City, State, Federal)

·       USAJOBS
GS - The General Schedule (GS) classification and pay system covers the majority of civilian white-collar Federal employees (about 1.5 million worldwide) in professional, technical, administrative, and clerical positions

·       Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF)

·       City Of Fayetteville

·       Cumberland County

·       NC Works

Local Staffing Agencies

·       Express Professionals (MSEP partner)

·       Kelly Services (MSEP partner)

Education

·       School Jobs
- Cumberland County Schools
- NC Public Schools
- Department of Defense Education Activities (DODEA) Vacancies

·       Fayetteville State University

·       FTCC

·       Methodist University

On-Post (Private Sector or Contractor)

·       Corvias Military Housing

·       SRI

·       Serco

Retail

·       WalMart

·       Aafes

Medical

·       Womack Army Medical Center

·       Cape Fear Valley Health

 

 

 

POPE AAF AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER:

Airman & Family Readiness Center - Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. 

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

FORT BRAGG FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM:

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) – The Fort Bragg Family Advocacy Program (FAP) helps Service Members and their Families recognize and prepare for the unique challenges of military lifestyles. Our services include seminars, workshops, counseling, and intervention to help strengthen the relationships of military Families.

We are also dedicated to the prevention domestic abuse, child abuse, and neglect of Service Members and their Families through offering education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment.

If you need help, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at +1 (800)799-7233. You should also contact your installation’s Family Advocacy Program for more information.

Child Abuse: What is child abuse? For more information on what child abuse is, or how to report child abuse, visit our Child Abuse web page. If you fear a child is in immediate danger, call 911.

To report suspected abuse or neglect, call the 24/7 reporting Point of Contact (RPOC) for Fort Bragg, the Military Police at +1 (910)396-0391. Another resource to report child abuse is the National Child Abuse Hotline at +1 (800)422-4453.


If you have questions, call us! If you are concerned about your privacy, you don’t have to give your name. You don’t even have to want Fort Bragg services, we will still help!

Facility: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Address: bldg. 4-2843 Normandy Dr. Fort Bragg, NC 28308

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve

When: 0800 - 1700, Mon-Fri (closed the 2nd Wed of each month from 0800 – 1200)

Where: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-5521

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

FORT BRAGG CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES:

Child Development Centers (CDC): CDC’s are on-post child care centers that offer full-day, part-day and hourly care for children, in nationally accredited environments.

Facility: Multiple Facilities - https://bragg.armymwr.com/programs/child-development-centers

Address: see above

Intended for:  Active duty military personnel, reservists on active duty, DoD Civilians, and DoD Contractors stationed at Fort Bragg/Pope AAF

When: Varies by center

Where: Soldier Support Center – 3rd floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-5521

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

FORT BRAGG PARENT AND OUTREACH SERVICES:

Parent and Outreach Services:: Parent and Outreach Services is the gateway that connects Families to Child & Youth Services programs. Its mission is to support readiness and well-being of Families by helping to balance military mission requirements and parental responsibilities.

Baseline programs:

·       Parent Central Services (formerly Central Enrollment)

·       Kids at Home

·       Parents on Site

·       Kids on Site! (only available at some locations)

·       School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration, and Skills (SKIESUnlimited)

·       CYSitters

·       Parent Liaison Services

·       Community Liaison Services 

Address: Knox St (between Randolph St and Honeycutt rd. near Throckmorton Library) bidg. 1-4157

Intended for:  Active duty military personnel and their Families

When: 0830 – 4:30 Monday - Friday

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-8110/5128

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

FORT BRAGG SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES:

School Support Services: School Support Services strives to work with parents, schools, installation leadership, and organizational partners to help ease transitions for military connected students. We provide a variety of services including:

·       Youth Sponsorship

·       Programs for Teens

·       Special Education Information

·       References and Resources for Special Education

·       Transition Support

·       Academic and Behavioral Support

·       Post-Secondary Support

·       Post-Secondary Education Information

·       Home School Information

·       Home Schooling in North Carolina

Facility: Soldier Support Center, bldg. 4-2843

Intended for:  Active duty military personnel, reservists on active duty, DoD Civilians, and DoD Contractors stationed at Fort Bragg/Pope AAF

When: 8:00am – 5:00pm Monday - Friday

Where: Soldier Support Center, bldg.. 4-2843

Cost: FREE

Phone: Office: (910) 396-3338/(910) 432-1023/(910) 643-6661

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

POPE AAF SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICER:

School Liaison Officer - Provides answers to military children and teens concerns. Seeks to engage and educate policymakers, not-for-profit associations, concerned business interests, and other leaders about the needs of military members & their families. Consults on how to choose a school.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg 43

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri. Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-1446/(910) 394-2538

Resource Provider: School Liaison Officer

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) – assists service members and their Families with circumstances occurring across the military life cycle and aims to enhance operational and Family readiness. They provide support to individuals, couples, Families and groups for a range of issues including, but not limited to: deployment stress, reintegration, relocation adjustment, separation, anger management, conflict resolution, parenting, parent/child communication, relationship/family issues, coping skills, homesickness, and grief and loss. All MFLCs, provide confidential non-medical counseling services face-to-face, on and off of military installations.

All MFLCs have a master's degree or doctorate in a mental health- related field, such as social work, psychology, marriage and Family therapy or counseling, and possess a valid unrestricted counseling license or certification from a state, the District of Columbia, a U.S. commonwealth, or a U.S. territory that grants authority to provide counseling services as an independent practitioner in a respective field. Counseling is private and confidential, with the exception of mandatory state, federal, and military duty-to-warn reporting requirements.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg. 430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: Adult/Child Counselor (910) 853-5727/ (910) 709-3973

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

KEY SPOUSE PROGRAM:

Key Spouse Program is an official unit/family program designed to enhance readiness and establish a sense of Air Force community. It is a commander’s program that promotes partnerships with unit leadership, volunteer Key Spouses appointed by the commander, families, the Airman & Family Readiness Center and other community and helping agencies. The program has been standardized across the Air Force to address the needs of all military families with special emphasis on support to families across the deployment cycle.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg 430

Intended for: Service Members and their families

When:  Contact the center for meeting dates/times

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

NEW PARENT SUPPORT PROGRAM:

New Parent Support Program promotes healthy Families through a variety of services including home visits, support groups, and parenting classes. We help Soldiers and Families learn to cope with stress, isolation, post-deployment reunions, and the everyday demands of parenthood. Army Families who are expecting a child or who have children up to age three can participate in all of our services confidentially and free of charge. 

Fort Bragg has developed unique New Parent Support Program services that include:

·       Home visits: Scheduled at your convenience, home visits bring you education and reassurance right to your own home on many topics, including breastfeeding, sleeping, nutrition, potty training, age-appropriate discipline, developmental screenings, sibling rivalry, stress management, deployment issues, and time management. NPSP-Home Visitors are supportive and caring licensed clinical social workers (LCSWs) or registered nurses (RNs). They have extensive experience working with young children and are sensitive to your unique challenges as a military Family.

·       Expectant Parent Workshop: Helps to provide valuable information about pregnancy and postpartum health, basic infant care, infant massage, parenting skills, safety, discipline, stress management, deployment issues, and community resources.

·       Play groups: Scheduled regularly at installations, they help children learn through play in a supportive atmosphere that benefits parents as well. Activities include story time, crafts, and music.

·       Military Homefront: A free weekly parenting email with support, tips and advice, updates about your baby’s developmental milestones, and other great information created just for you.

Facility: Soldier Support Center

Address: Bldg. 4-2843, Normandy Dr.

Intended for: Service Members and their families

When:  08:00am – 5:00pm

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 396-7951

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg Army Community Services

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

TO REPORT SUSPECTED ABUSE:

Fort Bragg Military Police +1(910)396-0391 or +1 (910)396-0392 or call 911

Family Member Behavioral Health (FMBH) +1 (910)907-7869

Cumberland Co. Department of Social Services (DSS)+1 (910)677-2450

Harnett County DSS: +1 (910)814-6662

Hoke County DSS: +1 (910)878-1988

Moore County DSS: +1 (910)947-5683

Lee County DSS: +1 (919)718-4690

Robeson County DSS: +1 (910)671-3500

OTHER RESOURCES:

Marriage and Family Counseling:

·       Family Member Behavioral Health (FMBH): +1 (910)907-7869

·       COSCOM – Joel Clinic: +1 (910)907-9073

·       Main Post – Clark Clinic: +1 (910)907-9670

·       Tricare: +1 (877)874-2273 (provides family counseling only)

·       Counseling Options

 

Marital Enrichment Classes:

·       Watters Family Life Center: +1 (910)396-6564

 

Misc:

·       Cumberland County Department of Social Services: +1 (910)677-2450

 

 

 

 

 

AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER:

Airman & Family Readiness Center - Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. 

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

MOBILIZATION, DEPLOYMENT, AND SUPPORT STABILITY OPERATIONS:

Mobilization, Deployment, and Support Stability Operations – The Mobilization, Deployment, and Support Stability Operations (MDSSO) helps support community readiness during deployments and emergencies. We help make sure installation programs align with unit deployment cycles, provide pre- and post-deployment support, and help unit Commanders with their Family Readiness plans and deployment support services for Service Members and their Families. We’re responsible for operating an Emergency Family Assistance Center in the case of an all-hazards event, and supporting Service Members and Families during Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations (NEO) and Repatriation.

 

Facility: Family Readiness Group Center

Address: 236 Interceptor Rd

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve and Guard members on active duty orders 

When: 0800-1700, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays

Where: Pope AAF

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 432-3742

Resource Provider: Fort Bragg ACS Personnel

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) – assists service members and their Families with circumstances occurring across the military life cycle and aims to enhance operational and Family readiness. They provide support to individuals, couples, Families and groups for a range of issues including, but not limited to: deployment stress, reintegration, relocation adjustment, separation, anger management, conflict resolution, parenting, parent/child communication, relationship/family issues, coping skills, homesickness, and grief and loss. All MFLCs, provide confidential non-medical counseling services face-to-face, on and off of military installations.

All MFLCs have a master's degree or doctorate in a mental health- related field, such as social work, psychology, marriage and Family therapy or counseling, and possess a valid unrestricted counseling license or certification from a state, the District of Columbia, a U.S. commonwealth, or a U.S. territory that grants authority to provide counseling services as an independent practitioner in a respective field. Counseling is private and confidential, with the exception of mandatory state, federal, and military duty-to-warn reporting requirements.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg. 430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: Adult/Child Counselor (910) 853-5727/ (910) 709-3973

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 
POPE AAF FINANCIAL READINESS OFFICE:

Pope AAF Financial Readiness Office - The office of Financial Readiness Program includes Personal Financial Counseling (PFC) to help you and your family manage finances, resolve financial problems, and reach long-term goals such as getting an education, buying a home and planning for retirement.

SUPPORT AND COUNSELING SERVICES

·       Confidential financial consultations for individuals and families

·       Referrals to military and community resources

·       Support for family members during deployment

·       Help with credit management and budgeting

·       Help navigating benefits

 

TRAINING AND WORKSHOPS

·       Money Management

·       Budgeting and Developing Spending Plans

·       Debt and Credit Card Management

·       Consumer Rights and Obligations (dealing with creditors)

·       Financial Planning: Reaching Life Goals

·       Financial Readiness and Economic Security

·       Financial Readiness for Development

·       Transitioning to Civilian Life

·       Home Buying

·       Understanding Mortgages

·       Preventing Foreclosure

·       Kids and Money: Raising Financially Savvy Kids

·       Military Benefits, Pay, and Entitlements

·       Saving and Investments

·       Retirement Planning

·       Estate Planning

·       Taxes

·       Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

·       Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

·       Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

·       When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

·       Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

·       Cost: FREE

·       Phone: (910) 366-7163

·       Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

·       Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

POPE AAF AIRMAN & FAMILY READINESS CENTER:

Airman & Family Readiness Center - Targeted support aimed at assisting individuals and families to adapt and meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Services include Air Force Aid Society Information and Referrals; Transition Assistance; Relocation Assistance; Employment Assistance; Casualty Assistance; Deployment and Remote Tour support; Key Spouse training; Personal Financial Readiness Services; Emergency Financial Assistance; School Liaison support; Military Child Education support; Exceptional Family Member support; Crisis and Disaster support; Survivor Benefit Program services; Volunteer Resources, Voting Assistance Program and support to Wounded Warriors. 

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/

 

AIR FORCE AID SOCIETY:

Air Force Aid Society (AFAS) - Provides world-wide emergency assistance to Airmen and their eligible family members to meet immediate needs in an emergency situation. AFAS provides interest-free loans and grants based on the individual situation for needs such as: emergency travel, child care/respite, vehicle repair/payment, medical/dental, moving costs, funeral expenses, utilities, and basis living expenses. Falcon loans up to $750 without First Sergeant or Commander approval.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430; in unit support is also available

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2538; for emergency financial assistance after duty hours contact the American Red Cross, 1-877-272-7337.

Resource Provider: A&FRC Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/

 

FORT BRAGG FINANCIAL READINESS PROGRAM:

Fort Bragg Financial Readiness Program - is your resource for information on money matters. We can help you better understand financial topics like:

 

  • Military pay
  • Checkbook/debit card management
  • Financial responsibility
  • Credit reporting
  • Debt elimination strategies
  • Saving
  • Investing
  • Budgeting

Facility: Soldier Support Center

Address: Normandy Dr. Bldg. 4-2843

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members. 

When: 0900-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays

Where: 3rd Floor

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 907-3670

Resource Provider: ACS Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: 800-222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

HEALTH PROMOTION:

Health Promotion - Cultivate a community engaged in healthy lifestyle activities to enhance mental, physical, spiritual and nutritional well-being.  Deliver a variety of lifestyle programs targeting tobacco prevention/cessation, healthy weight management, nutritional fitness, physical activity, disease prevention and community partnerships that will foster a health environment for the base community. Provide education and programs to enhance the quality of life through proper nutrition, fitness, sleep hygiene practices and living tobacco free.

Facility: pending

Address: pending

Intended for: Active Duty, Beneficiaries, Civil Service, Contractors; ANG, USAFR are eligible for incentive programs/classes & BOD PODs.

When: pending

Where: pending

Cost: FREE

Phone: pending

Resource Provider: Health Promotion Staff

Last Updated: 5/6/2018

 

ARMY WELLNESS CENTER:

Army Wellness Center - provide integrated and standardized primary prevention programs and services that promote enhanced and sustained healthy lifestyles to improve the overall well-being of Service Members, their Families, Civilians, Retirees, and Eligible Contractors. The Army Wellness Center (AWC) programs help build and sustain good health. AWC Health Educators and services empower individuals to set their own health goals and achieve them. AWC programs and services address lifestyle change in areas that affect both short- and long-term health, engaging people in their “life space”—the places where they live, work, relax and rest.

Facility: Gavin Hall

Address: Bldg. C-7417, All American Way, Fort Bragg, NC 28310

Intended for: Service Members, their Families, Civilians, Retirees, and Eligible Contractors

When: 0700-1600 Mon – Thu; 0700-1230 Fri

Cost: FREE

Phone: 910.570.3144

Resource Provider: Womack Medical Staff

Last Updated: 5/6/2018

 

 

CIVILIAN HEALTH PROMOTION SERVICES:

Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) – CHPS enhances readiness, productivity, employee health and engagement of the civilian workforce to minimize personal risk of preventable injury, illness, or suicide. CHPS provides free resources to help the DoD civilian workforce maintain and improve their health and wellbeing.  CHPS offers a wellness website portal, wide variety of health education classes, multiple wellness screenings (cholesterol and blood sugar, blood pressure, and body composition), wellness challenges and health awareness campaigns.

Facility:  Virtually accessible @ https://afmcwellness.com/

Intended for:  Federal Service Civilians on Air Mobility Command installations and Active Duty members. 

When:  24/7

Where:  online

Cost:  FREE

Phone:  (937) 656-3633

Website:  https://afmcwellness.com/

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 5/5/2018

 

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) – The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

 

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR:

Military Family Life Counselor (MFLC - Adult/Child) – assists service members and their Families with circumstances occurring across the military life cycle and aims to enhance operational and Family readiness. They provide support to individuals, couples, Families and groups for a range of issues including, but not limited to: deployment stress, reintegration, relocation adjustment, separation, anger management, conflict resolution, parenting, parent/child communication, relationship/family issues, coping skills, homesickness, and grief and loss. All MFLCs, provide confidential non-medical counseling services face-to-face, on and off of military installations.

All MFLCs have a master's degree or doctorate in a mental health- related field, such as social work, psychology, marriage and Family therapy or counseling, and possess a valid unrestricted counseling license or certification from a state, the District of Columbia, a U.S. commonwealth, or a U.S. territory that grants authority to provide counseling services as an independent practitioner in a respective field. Counseling is private and confidential, with the exception of mandatory state, federal, and military duty-to-warn reporting requirements.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg. 430

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, designated DoD civilian, and their eligible family members; surviving children. Children 18 years old or younger require parental consent for counseling sessions.

When: 0800-1600, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430

Cost: FREE

Phone: Adult/Child Counselor (910) 853-5727/ (910) 709-3973

Resource Provider: Military Family Life Counselors

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:

Federal Occupational Health: Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - The Air Force Employee Assistance Program (EAP) bundled with FOH4You is a support resource available to all Air Force civilian employees, 24/7, 365 days per year.  By calling 1-800-222-0364, employees and their family members will be connected to a licensed, credentialed counselor who can assist with mental health, financial, or legal support, as well as provide information and resources for day-to-day challenges like elder care, child care, home repair and more.  In the event of a furlough, this resource remains 100% available, 100% of the time. 

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: www.FOH4YOU.com

Intended for: Air Force Federal Service Civilians

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 222-0364

Website: www.FOH4YOU.com

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource -  Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

STEVEN A. COHEN MILITARY FAMILY CLINIC:

Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic - provides confidential, high-quality behavioral healthcare services and case management resources at low or no-cost and without long wait times to veterans, their families, and the families of Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserves, including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others. Eligibility for services is regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform, or combat experience. No insurance required.

Facility: Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley

Address: 3505 Village Dr. Fayetteville, NC 28312

Intended for: Veterans, their families, and the families of Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserves, including spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers, and others Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors (NOT INTENDED FOR ACTIVE DUTY).

When: Available 0800-1900 Mon, Tues, & Thurs; 0800-1700 Wed; 0800-1400 Fri & Sat; Sun closed

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 615-3737

Website: http://military.capefearvalley.com/about-us.html

Resource Provider: Cape Fear Health Network Staff

Last Updated: 5/3/2018

 
NORTH CAROLINA AIR NATIONAL GUARD:

North Carolina Air National Guard -
The North Carolina Air National Guard has two main bases across the state located in Charlotte and New London. They perform seven unique missions training and preparing the citizen-airman to respond to the Governor of North Carolina for state emergencies or the call of the President in times of crisis.

Facility: Charlotte Air National Guard Base

Address: 4930 Minuteman Way, Charlotte, NC 28208

Intended for: Primarily serves DoD Guard and DoD civilians, and their eligible family members.

When: By Appointment Only 

Cost: FREE

Phone: (704) 391-4443

Last Updated: 5/18/2018

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity –
Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution through mediation and facilitation utilizing Alternate Dispute Resolution methods. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Pope Soldier Support Center (MPS Building)

Address: 384 Maynard St, Pope AAF, NC 29310

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 308, suite 33

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2831; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (910) 394-2831

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 5/8/2018

 

INSPECTOR GENERAL:

Inspector General (IG) The IG ensures the concerns of all complainants and the best interests of the Air Force are addressed through objective fact-finding to enhance the discipline, readiness, and warfighting capability of the entire wing.

Facility: Inspector General Office

Address: 304 W. Birchard Street

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: 304 W. Birchard Street

Cost: FREE

Phone: (618) 256-4744/3016

Website: http://www.scott.af.mil/Units/IG/

Resource Provider: IG Staff

Last Updated: 2/7/2018

 

POPE AAF CHAPEL:

Chapel - Provides absolute, 100% confidential counseling in all areas with privileged communication and no duty to report anything. Counseling includes: relationships, spiritual issues, workplace issues, suicide, sexual assault, grief, mental health issues, transition, deployment, legal concerns, financial issues, health concerns, substance abuse issues, bullying, ethical and moral issues, etc.  The Chapel also provides religious services (worship services, weddings, funerals, memorials, religious observances and all spiritual care).

Facility: Chapel

Address: 315 Etheridge St

Intended for: Anyone with an ID card, including teens, adolescents, and dependents

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri, on-call 24/7

Where: Pope AAF Chapel Bldg 317

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-3123; for emergency services after duty hours, contact the Command Post at (910) 394-9000 and the duty chaplain will respond.

Resource Provider: Chaplains

Last Updated: 4/23/2018

43D MEDICAL SQUADRON:

43D Medical Squadron has the mission of ensuring a medically ready force and deliver prevention-focused, easily accessible healthcare to our Active Duty Air Force community”. We are designated as a limited scope military treatment facility and are comprised of 61 personnel providing flight medicine, optometry, dental, and mental health services to 2,100 active duty Airmen from 4 Major Commands and 45 separate units located at Ft. Bragg, NC.

History: The 43d Medical Group transitioned to the 43d Medical Squadron on 1 Jul 2010 and functions as a tenant unit under Womack Army Medical Center.

The squadron is comprised of four flights:

Aerospace and Operational Medicine Flight is composed of three elements/33 personnel providing Optometry, Public Health and Flight Medicine services for both rated and nonrated Airmen. This flight functions as one of four patient-centered medical homes within the Army’s Byars Health Clinic and twice recognized as Womack’s Team of the Month in 2015.

Dental Flight is composed of 13 personnel offering both routine and operative dental care saving $80K annually in civilian operative referral costs. The Dental Flight functions as a joint clinic, currently located within the Army’s Smoke Bomb Hill Dental Clinic.

Mental Health Flight is composed of 7 personnel offering Mental Health Services, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) and Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) services. Our Mental Health flight manages the AMC Suicide Prevention program and provides Disaster Mental Health capabilities for the 43 Air Mobility Operations Group (43 AMOG) and other AF tenant units. We also coordinate Air Force Family Advocacy cases with Womack Army Medical Center program.

Medical Support Flight – is composed of 9 personnel managing $1.8M budget/$1.2M in contracts, $600K information technology inventory, medical readiness and patient administration for the squadron. It also coordinates an average of 45 annual Medical Evaluation Boards for Pope Airmen.

Facility:  Byars Health Clinic

Address:  2864 Woodruff St. Ft Bragg, NC 28307

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When:  0730-1700, Mon-Fri

Cost:  FREE

Phone: Appointments: (910) 907.APPT (2778) or visit online at https://wwwtricareonline.com

Website: http://www.airforcemedicine.af.mil/MTF/Pope-Field/

Resource Provider: Medical Staff

Last Updated: 5/16/2018

 

PATIENT RELATIONS:

Patient Relations: Compassionate, Appreciative, Respectful, Encouraging

Our mission is to provide a customer service program which offers training, surveys and data collection and analysis to enhance patient satisfaction and staff pride as well as being patient advocates for problem/concern resolution and service recovery.

Our vision is to provide the impetus for Womack Army Medical Center to rank first in customer service and patient satisfaction among all medical treatment facilities worldwide.

Patients have the right to make recommendations, ask questions, or file complaints to the MTF Patient Advocate.

Facility:  Womack Army Medical Center

Address:  Bldg. 4-2817 Riley Rd, Fort Bragg, NC 28307

Intended for:  Active Duty, Guard/Reserve, and DoD Beneficiaries

When:  0730-1600, Mon-Fri

Cost:  FREE

Phone: (910) 907-6036/6037/8069

Website: http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/PatientsAndVisitors/SitePages/Patient%20Relations.aspx

Resource Provider: Patient Advocate

Last Updated: 5/15/2018

 

MENTAL HEALTH:

Mental Health - Provides Mental Health assessment/evaluation and follow-up therapeutic services/interventions to address various mental health concerns for beneficiaries; provides prevention/outreach on various mental health-related topics, provides pre-deployment and post-injury neurocognitive assessments for military personnel, and provides Disaster Mental Health support and pre-exposure preparation for installation personnel.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

HEALTH PROMOTION:

Health Promotion - Cultivate a community engaged in healthy lifestyle activities to enhance mental, physical, spiritual and nutritional well-being.  Deliver a variety of lifestyle programs targeting tobacco prevention/cessation, healthy weight management, nutritional fitness, physical activity, disease prevention and community partnerships that will foster a health environment for the base community. Provide education and programs to enhance the quality of life through proper nutrition, fitness, sleep hygiene practices and living tobacco free.

Facility: pending

Address: pending

Intended for: Active Duty, Beneficiaries, Civil Service, Contractors; ANG, USAFR are eligible for incentive programs/classes & BOD PODs.

When: pending

Where: pending

Cost: FREE

Phone: pending

Resource Provider: Health Promotion Staff

Last Updated: 5/6/2018

 

CIVILIAN HEALTH PROMOTION SERVICES:

Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) – CHPS enhances readiness, productivity, employee health and engagement of the civilian workforce to minimize personal risk of preventable injury, illness, or suicide. CHPS provides free resources to help the DoD civilian workforce maintain and improve their health and wellbeing.  CHPS offers a wellness website portal, wide variety of health education classes, multiple wellness screenings (cholesterol and blood sugar, blood pressure, and body composition), wellness challenges and health awareness campaigns.

Facility:  Virtually accessible @ https://afmcwellness.com/

Intended for:  Federal Service Civilians on Air Mobility Command installations and Active Duty members. 

When:  24/7

Where:  online

Cost:  FREE

Phone:  (937) 656-3633

Website:  https://afmcwellness.com/

Resource Provider: Federal Occupational Health

Last Updated: 5/5/2018

ARMY WELLNESS CENTER:

Army Wellness Center - provide integrated and standardized primary prevention programs and services that promote enhanced and sustained healthy lifestyles to improve the overall well-being of Service Members, their Families, Civilians, Retirees, and Eligible Contractors. The Army Wellness Center (AWC) programs help build and sustain good health. AWC Health Educators and services empower individuals to set their own health goals and achieve them. AWC programs and services address lifestyle change in areas that affect both short- and long-term health, engaging people in their “life space”—the places where they live, work, relax and rest.

Facility: Gavin Hall

Address: Bldg. C-7417, All American Way, Fort Bragg, NC 28310

Intended for: Service Members, their Families, Civilians, Retirees, and Eligible Contractors

When: 0700-1600 Mon – Thu; 0700-1230 Fri

Cost: FREE

Phone: 910.570.3144

Resource Provider: Womack Medical Staff

Last Updated: 5/6/2018

 

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) - Promotes readiness, health, and wellness through the prevention and treatment of substance misuse and abuse, to minimize the negative consequences of substance misuse and abuse to the individual, family, and organization.  Services include outreach, education, prevention programs, screening, assessment and consultation as well as initiatives to prevent future alcohol misuse, prescription drug misuse, or drug use; preventive counseling, and tailored feedback to individuals or groups. Provides evidence-based substance use disorder treatment for individuals who are abusing or are dependent on alcohol or drugs.

Facility: Airman and Family Readiness Center

Address: 829 Armistead Street, Bldg.  430

Intended for: Active Duty members 

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri.  Closed on all federal holidays and AMC Family Days.

Where: A&FRC, Bldg. 430Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4700

Resource Provider: Pope AAF Mental Health Staff

Last Updated: 4/25/2018

 

HOUSING:

Corvias Housing

Founded in 1998 as Picerne Military Housing, Corvias is a privately owned family of companies with a diversified national presence. We provide creative, sustainable and long-term solutions for a wide range of clients including the military, higher education and the public sector. Our expertise in public-private partnerships is just one of the many things that set us apart. We work with partners that share our core values and commitment to excellence because we're in it for the long haul. And we firmly believe in actively giving back to the communities in which we live and work.

Corvias is partnered with the Army in the ownership of approximately 24,000 homes across Aberdeen Proving Ground, Fort Bragg, Fort Meade, Fort Polk, Fort Riley, Fort Rucker and Fort Sill, and with the Air Force at Edwards AFB, Eglin AFB, Eielson AFB, Hurlburt Field, McConnell AFB, and Seymour Johnson AFB.

Corvias at Fort Bragg/Pope Army Airfield offers 12 vibrant communities encompassing over 6,000 homes and 400 apartments with various floor plan options.

Facility: Corvias Leasing Center

Address: 426 Souter Place, Fort Bragg NC, 28307; located between the Randolph ACP and the North Post Commissary

Intended for: All Active Duty, Reserve, Guard, Retired Military, DoD Federal Employee and DoD Contractors working on the installation.

When: 0800-1700, Mon-Fri

Where: Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Cost: Rental rates are generally dependent on the BAH rate for the senior ranking military member.  However, at times Corvias may offer options priced below BAH on select homes.

Phone: (910)-495-0878/ Fax: (910)-436- 0643

Email: braggrelocation@corvias.com

Website: http://www.bragg.corviasmilitaryliving.com

Resource Provider: Leasing Manager

Last Updated: 5/10/2018

 

 

 

 

JUDGE ADVOCATE:

Judge Advocate – Supporting Commanders and Warfighters through the delivery of timely, accurate, and candid legal counsel and services.

Facility: 43d Air Mobility Operations Group Headquarters

Address: 259 Maynard St., Bldg. 309 (temporarily housed at 4-2175 Reilly Road, Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310)

Intended for: Active duty members and dependents, Reserve and Guard on active duty orders and their dependents, retired military members and their dependents, and DoD civilians with orders to deploy.

When: Notaries and Powers of Attorney Walk-In Hours: Mon - Thurs, 0900 – 1530,   

Fridays, 0900-1200

All Other Matters: By appointment (available Mon – Thurs on a first-come, first-served basis; deployees have priority)

Divorce & Child Custody Self-Help Clinics – 4th Wednesday of each month, 1400-1600; registration required; call (910) 396-2271

Where: Second floor of 43 AMOG Headquarters, Bldg. 309 (see above for temporary location, until further notice)

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 396-2271 (until further notice)

Website: http://www.pope.af.mil/Units/Legal-Office/

Resource Provider: Judge Advocate Staff

Last Updated: 3 May 2018

 

AREA DEFENSE COUNSEL:

Area Defense Counsel - The Area Defense Counsel provides confidential, independent legal representation for service members who are facing adverse administrative actions or are suspected of committing an offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The Area Defense Counsel falls outside the chain of command for the wing, and therefore retains independence in the representation of service members.

The ADC's prime responsibility is to zealously and ethically represent clients during adverse military actions such

- Courts-martial and Article 32 hearings

- Article 15 actions

- Administrative discharge and Demotion actions

- Denial of Reenlistment

- Referral EPRs/OPRs

- Suspect Rights Advisements

- Line of Duty Investigations

- Reports of Survey

- LOCs, LOAs, and LORs

- UIF entries and control rosters

- Any other adverse actions in which counsel for an individual is required or authorized

 

Facility: Area Defense Counsel

Address: 384 Maynard St; suite 231

Intended for: Air Force members only

When: 0730-1200, Mon-Fri, by appointment

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-4423

Resource Provider: Area Defense Counsel Staff

Last Updated: 5/7/2018

 

SPECIAL VICTIMS’ COUNSEL:

Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) - The Special Victims’ Counsel (SVC) team works with sexual assault victims by vigorously defending your rights to privacy, respect, and confidentiality. Your SVC will work directly with the Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) to provide advice, assistance, and advocacy throughout your military justice process.

- The SVC represents YOU & YOU alone

- Provides confidential advice

- Protects YOUR rights/interests

- Offers YOU Legal Assistance

- Advises YOU on legal process

- Attends interviews with YOU

- Advocates for YOUR concerns

- Appears with YOU in court

- The SVC is Independent: We are NOT in Wing Chain of Command

 

Facility: Special Victims’ Counsel Office

Address: Seymour Johnson AFB

Intended for: Active Duty, Reserve, dependents & dependent minors, DoD civilians

When: 24/7

Phone: (919) 722-4814/2660

 After Hours: The SVC can be reached after hours via cell phone (202) 308-0497. However, this IS NOT an emergency assistance line. In the event of an emergency situation related to a sexual assault, the 24/7 SAPR Hotline should be utilized at (618) 256-7272.

Last Updated: 5/9/2018

 

MILITARY ONESOURCE:

Military OneSource - Provides Non-Medical Counseling: face-to-face counseling, online counseling, telephonic counseling, video counseling; Specialty Consultations: Adoption, Education, Elder Care, Health and Wellness Coaching, Spouse Relocation and Transition; and Other Services and Counseling: Document Translation, Financial Counseling, etc.

Facility: Services available via phone services or via the website

Address: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Intended for: Active Duty members, Reserve, Guard, and their eligible family members, recently separated service members, and survivors

When: Available 24/7, 365 days a year

Where: Initially via phone services and then with professional counselors face-to-face

Cost: FREE

Phone: (800) 342-9647

Website: http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

Resource Provider: Military OneSource

Last Updated: 2/6/2018

 

 
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:

Equal Opportunity –
Provide military and civilian complaint processing for allegations of unlawful discrimination that fall within the purview of the Civil Act Rights of 1964, Title VII.  Those protected categories for military members are race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual harassment, and sexual orientation.  DoD civilian employees are also protected by the previous categories, along with age, disability, reprisal for prior EEO activity, pregnancy for sex discrimination, and genetic information.  In an effort to promote an environment free from unlawful discrimination and/or harassment, the EO Office offers conflict resolution through mediation and facilitation utilizing Alternate Dispute Resolution methods. Team building and specialized training (i.e. focus groups, cultural awareness, etc.) are also provided in an effort to deliver all levels of leadership preventative measures for a more cohesive environment with effective communication.

Facility: Pope Soldier Support Center (MPS Building)

Address: 384 Maynard St, Pope AAF, NC 29310

Intended for: Active Duty, Federal Service Civilians, and their eligible family members, and Retirees

When: 0730-1630, Mon-Fri

Where: Bldg. 308, suite 33

Cost: FREE

Phone: (910) 394-2831; for emergency services after duty hours contact the Command Post at (910) 394-2831

Resource Provider: EO Specialists, EO Director

Last Updated: 5/8/2018

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