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1 Fort Bliss Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation

2 AGENDA Organization Services provided to the installation
Key facility improvements New construction to support the growth of Fort Bliss

3 Child, Youth and School Services
FMWR Director NAF Support Services Child, Youth and School Services ACS Business Recreation NAF Financial Management NAF Major Construction Private Organizations NAF Property Internal review Controls NAF Warehouse Maintenance Public Private Venture IT Child Development Family Child Care School Age Middle School & Teen Program Youth Centers Youth Sports and Fitness Youth Education Support Services School Liaison Outreach SFAC Liaison SKIES Program Partnership & Teen Hired Prog Program Support Sports & Fitness Entertainment Auto Crafts Biggs Park Library Arts and Crafts Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) Outdoor Recreation (ITR, Outdoor Adventures, RV Park) Leisure Travel Special Events Golf Operations Food & Beverage Operations Bowling Restaurants Rod and Gun Club Lodging Svcs Planning Centennial Club Financial Readiness Family Advocacy Relocation Mobilization & Deployment Information & Referral Exceptional Family Members Employment Installation Volunteer Prog AFTB Army Family Action Plan AER Soldier and Family Assistance Ctr Survivor Outreach Service

4 MWR’s role on the Installation
Dedicated to providing the highest possible quality of life for our Soldiers and Families Charged with generating a bottom line income that allows for: - Capital purchases in support of MWR and Soldier/Family programs - Maintaining solvency to meet operating expenses - Providing job opportunities for family members - Providing clean, well - managed facilities and a quality product and service at a reasonable fee or price - Continually cultivating a community environment

5 Services We Provide FMWR Business Operations - Club/Food Service
- Bowling - Lodging Services - Rod and Gun Program Unit Funds Private Organizations/ Commercial Solicitations Marketing Coin-Operated Car Wash (Third Party Contract) Special Events (Concerts, Entertainment, etc.) USO Liaison Army Community Service (Soldier/Family Support) Child, Youth and School Services Recreation and Sports Programs - Auto Crafts Services - Frame Shop - Biggs Park - Swimming Pools - Outdoor Adventures Lock and Leave Storage Services (Third Party Contract) BOSS Program Liaison

6 Facility Highlights Major construction/renovations have modernized Fort Bliss FMWR 52-lane automated Bowling Center/state-of-the- art automatic scorers newly renovated Lodging at Fort Bliss Army Strong Gym to open mid June (largest Army Fitness Center) The Centennial Banquet and Conference Center (currently being renovated) Underwood Golf Course with two 18-hole courses

7 The Army Family Covenant
Family Covenant Card CYSS – Reduced fees, additional services “The Edge”, Introductory programs for SA and MS&T in fitness, the arts, adventures and life skills “Hired” – Teen Apprenticeship program, MWR ACS – more staff, more hours for respite care Discounts on Rounds of Golf and Lessons Reduced rates for Bowling games

8 Wounded Warriors Support
Soldier and Family Assistance Center - One stop service to all the services a Warrior in Transition might need. Located at ACS in Bldg. 2494 Wounded Warrior Assistance Fund - Grants available for hardship cases - Wounded Warrior donated funds Army Emergency Relief

9 FMWR Funding Categories
CAT A: Facilities authorized 100% APF Support, Mission Sustaining CAT B: Facilities authorized both APF and NAF support, Basic Community Support CAT C: Facilities authorized no APF Support; must be self- sustaining;100% NAF, Business Activities Category A Category B Category C Army Community Service Libraries Physical Fitness Centers Parks/Recreation Centers Outdoor Courts (Community) Sports Programs (Intramural) Child Development Services Youth Services Center Sports Program (above Intramural) Craft Shops ITR – Leisure Travel Swimming Pools Army Lodging (Inn) RV Park Clubs Rod & Gun Facility Golf Course Bowling Center

10 Future Projects

11 Future Projects, cont.

12 Other Community Facilities: Future RCI Housing Development
ACP ACP Other Community Facilities: Physical Fitness Center (FY 08) Community Activities Center and Outdoor Pool (FY08) Indoor Aquatics Center (FY11) Fire Station/MP Station (FY10) Warrior Zone (FY10) USO Facility Multi-Purpose Fields (FY11) UFR 2-Four Field Softball Complex (FY 11) UFR YAC (11-18) (FY10) CDC (0-5) (FY11) ACP Golf Clubhouse (FY08) ACP CDC Ren (6-10) (FY 09) Expand RV Park (FY10 ACP Tank Trail Underpass CDC Ren (0-5) (FY13) ACP Future RCI Housing Development CDC (0-5) (FY11) YAC (11-18) (FY09) CDC (6-10) (FY10) CDC (6-10) (FY09) Projected EPCC SITE = MWR Funded CDC (6-10) (FY11) = MWR Unfunded CDC (0-5) (FY11) Team Bliss Base Transformation Office – 12 of 52 230800(T)June08 12

13 MWR Customer Service Programs
Facility Checks Facility checks are done by Marketing Staff bi monthly to check cleanliness, check hours of operation signs and services, ICE flyers are clearly displayed and evaluate staff appearance and attitude. ICE Comment Cards The Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) system is a web based tool that allows customers to submit online comment cards to rate the service they have encountered at MWR facilities. Mystery Shopper Mystery shoppers are customers hired to evaluate customer service and facility standards at numerous locations on post by posing as the average customer. If you are interested in becoming a Mystery Shopper please call Customer Service Training Programs include “Telephone Doctor”, Operation Excellence and others. Let us know how we’re doing!

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