Army Community Service
Description: Education for Soldiers and Family members. <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: https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fort-Drum-Army-Co
Soldier and Family Assistance CenterAddress: Website: http://www.drummwr.com/SoldierandFamilyAssistanceCenter.htm
Description: The SFAC provides direct services, as well as referral, liaison and coordination with installation and local agencies to deliver non-medical services to Soldiers and Families assigned to the 3-85th IN (Provisional) Warrior Transition Unit, Soldiers in the Integrated Disability Evaluation System process and their Families, Families who remain in our area while their Soldier heals elsewhere, and the Spouses and Families of our Fallen Warriors.
Services: Soldiers and Family. For warriors in transition/all non-medical
Mobilization and DeploymentAddress:
Description: Deployment support cycle training for families.
Services: Deployment support cycle training for families.
P-4330 back officeWebsite:
Military Family Life ConsultantAddress: Website:
Description: Provide non-medical support to individuals, couples, families and groups for issues including, but not limited to, Deployment Stress, Reintegration, Relocation Adjustment, Separation, Anger Management, Conflict Resolution, Parenting, Relationship and Family issues, Coping Skills and Grief/Loss. The MFLCs also offer assistance to military children in some local school districts to assist with issues such as School Adjustment, Deployment and Reunion Adjustments, and Parent/Child Communication. * Parents must give permission for children to be seen. <br>
Services: Short term counseling services for Soldiers, Family Members, Retirees
American Red CrossAddress:
Description: Provide relief to victims of disaster
Services: Help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
P-10720 Rm B1-35Website:
CG HotlineAddress: Website: /tenants/Pages/Hotlinelv_2.aspx
Description: The CG's Hotline is for Soldiers, Family members or Civilians who feel that they have exhausted their chain-of-command options and resources to solve problems and issues. <br> <br>How it works: Callers using the hotline will speak with the garrison command group representative. The caller will be interviewed to determine what has been done, what the desired end state is, etc. This summary is then sent on the command group who will review and determine the appropriate course of action. Upon submitting the issue to the agency directly involved in the concern, the agency then has 72 hours to investigate and provide a response back to the representative, who will, in turn, share with the command group and discuss with the caller.
Services: Issues, problems, chain-of-command, crisis
Community Listening & Information ForumAddress: Website:
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
Description: We owe a large debt, our security, our prosperity, our standing among other nations to the veterans who have faithfully served our country. Our mission is to repay that debt through timely reporting and coordination for the provision of accurate, meaningful, and compassionate support to our soldiers and their families during casualty incidents and situations and rendering of Military Funeral Honors to those who have served.
Services: Courts Martial Officer Training <br>Notification Training <br>
Family Readiness Support Assistant Program (FRSA)
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
North Country Spounses ClubAddress: Website: https://www.facebook.com/NorthCountrySpousesClub/timeline
Description: The Fort Drum North Country Spouses' Club provides an organized means for members to meet and participate in Community Resource Projects in a social, cultural, and educational atmosphere.
Services: Provides an organized means for our membership to meet and participate in Fundraisers, Community Resource Projects, as well as, social, cultural and educational activities.
Information and Town Hall Subject Matter Experts
Description: Information and Town Hall Subject matter experts
Services: Information and Town Hall Subject matter experts
Fort Drum Unit Ministry Team
Description: Fort Drum Unit Ministry Team Directory
Services: Fort Drum Unit Ministry Team Directory.
Address: Website: /tenants/Pages/ChaplainDirectory.aspx
Emergency Chaplain Support ServicesAddress: Website: /tenants/Pages/chaplains.aspx
Description: Emergency Chaplain Support Services, 24 Hour On-Call Chaplain
Services: Emergency Chaplain Support Services, 24 Hour On-Call Chaplain