Army Community Service
Description: Army Community Service provides readiness and life skills programs to promote self sufficiency and resiliency, and enhance quality of life. <br> <br>For additional information related to child/spouse abuse, please see the ACS websites listed below.
Services: One stop information and referral. Programs include Army Emergency Relief, Army Family Action Plan, Army Family Team Building, Army Volunteer Corps, Community Information Services, Directory, Employment Readiness, Exceptional Family Member Program, Family Advocacy Program (non-clinical, New Parent Support Program, Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy), Financial Readiness, MFLCs, Mobilization & Deployment, Outreach Services, Relocation Readiness, Soldier & Family Assistance Center, Survivor Outreach Services, and Climb to Glory Fund. <br>
Address: Website: http://www.drummwr.com/ArmyCommunityService.htm
Mobilization and DeploymentAddress:
Description: Deployment support cycle training for families.
Services: Deployment support cycle training for families.
P-4330 back officeWebsite:
Community Listening & Information ForumAddress: Website: http://drum.armymwr.com/us/drum/programs/community-and-special-event-information/
Description: Community Listening & Information Forum(CLIF) is designed to keep Soldiers, Family members and other community members informed on a variety of topicsand to raise issues and concerns. <br> <br>Meetings take place on the 1st Wednesday of the month at The Commons. Meeting frequency may change during the summer months.
Services: Community Updates, Current Events, Issues and Concerns
Family Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA)/Family Readiness Liaison (FRL)
Description: The following are the Family Readiness Support Assistants (FRSAs). Each Assistant is located within their respective unit to support Commanders, Soldiers, Families, Civilian and Retirees on Family Readiness and Family Readiness Groups.
Services: FRSAs contribute by promoting efficient and effective communication between the command, FRG Leadership, Soldiers, and Family members, and ensures the responsiveness of established community resources.
Address: Website: http://www.drum.army.mil/families/Pages/FRGAssistance_lv2.aspx
Chapels at Fort Drum
Description: We, the Catholic faithful of the parish of Saint Michael and Fort Drum chapel, in union with our Holy Father, the Pope, are called through baptism to share in the mission which Jesus Christ has entrusted to the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Priests, deacons, religious and laity, under the leadership of our Archbishop of the Military Services, cooperate to proclaim the Gospel in accordance with the teaching of the Church to celebrate the sacraments, especially the Eucharist, for the salvation of all, and to witness by grace to the Kingdom of God so as to promote a culture of life, justice and peace.
Services: Worship <br>Spiritual Growth and Development <br>Community Life <br>Lifelong Education in the Faith
Address: Website: /tenants/Pages/chaplains.aspx