Presentation on theme: "Virtual Terrain Walk 1 & 2 Soldier Support Center 5 & 6 WAMC 4 Watters Center 3 Installation Chaplains Office."— Presentation transcript:
Virtual Terrain Walk 1 & 2 Soldier Support Center 5 & 6 WAMC 4 Watters Center 3 Installation Chaplains Office
Virtual Terrain Walk Guide 1.Army Community Service – 3 rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843 Normandy Drive 396-8682 2.Army Substance Abuse Program – Basement, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4- 2843 Normandy Drive 396-4100 3.Installation Chaplains Office – Bldg. 1-2336, Hamilton Street 396-1121 4.Watters Center for Family Life – Bldg. 317, Corner of Knox and Randolph Streets 396-6564 5.WAMC Emergency Department – 907-7000 6.WAMC Behavioral Health 907-8679
Army Community Service Bldg 4-2843 Normandy Drive 396-8682 ACS is an important part of the Army’s program to assist soldiers and their families, and offers a variety of programs tailored for families living on and off post. ACS is the place to go for help and answers. Family Advocacy (FAP) Family Advocacy Domestic Violence & Child Abuse New Parent Support (NPSP) New Parent Support Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) Survivor Outreach Services Exceptional Family Member (EFMP) Exceptional Family Member International Readiness (IRP) International Readiness Military/Family Life Consultants Counseling Options Spouse Resilience Academy
Army Substance Abuse Program Office Bldg 4-2843 Normandy Drive 396-4100 -Employee Assistance Program: designed to provide free, confidential services, to include; screening to identify the employee's problem, short-term counseling and, when appropriate, a referral to a facility or service (within or outside the Army) that can assist the employee in resolving his or her problem(s). -Substance Abuse Prevention Education: provides commanders, Unit Prevention Leaders (UPLs), soldiers, DA civilians, contractors and family members the education and training necessary to make informed decisions about alcohol and other drug use -Substance Abuse Counseling: provides evaluation and treatment for Soldiers presenting problems related to substance abuse. -Suicide Prevention: designed to minimize suicide behavior; thereby preserving mission effectiveness through individual readiness for Soldiers, their Families, and Department of the Army civilians.
INSTALLATION CHAPLAINS OFFICE Bldg. 1-2336, Hamilton Street 396-1121 -Provides religious education, counseling, retreat programs, suicide prevention training and referrals for specific needs to Soldiers, Family Members, and DA Civilians. -In case of emergency, the on-call Duty Chaplain may be reached at 396-4357 after duty hours and on weekends and holidays.
Watters Family Life Center Building # 1-3358 Corner of Knox and Randolph Streets 396-6564 The Family Life Chaplains and pastoral team at the Watters Family Life Center provide a variety of services to help you develop and strengthen your most important relationships in life. The Family Life Center is a full-time family ministry center that is staffed with specially trained personnel to provide theologically based ministry to families with an emphasis on marriage and family issues. The training and counseling provided is distinctively pastoral. Counseling and Classes Family Life Training Center
Womack Army Medical Center www.wamc.amedd.army.mil Emergency Department: 907-7000 Department of Behavioral Health: 907-8679
ONLINE RESOURCES Military One Source: www.militaryonesource.comwww.militaryonesource.com Military Pathways: www.militarymentalhealth.orgwww.militarymentalhealth.org Warrior and Family Assistance Center: www.arfp.org/WFACwww.arfp.org/WFAC National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: www.suicidepreventionlifeline.orgwww.suicidepreventionlifeline.org American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: www.afsp.orgwww.afsp.org Suicide Prevention Resource Counsel: www.sprc.orgwww.sprc.org