Social /Recreational Resource
United Service Organization ( USO )
Description: USO is a private, non-profit organization that provides morale and recreational services to members of the U.S. Military.
Services: Recreation and entertainment/internet and video games. Ping pong, pool, conferences, TV, and a movie theater.
Address: Website: https://www.facebook.com/#!/USOFortDrum
AFTB / AFAP Address:
Description: Classes designed for new military spouses
Services: Army family team building program, army family action plan
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 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
Comprehensive soldier and family fitness
Description: It is the U.S. Army’s program to provide all Army community members with the <br>Psychological resources and skills to cope with adversity and thrive in their lives. The <br>Program is based on over 30 years of scientific evidence. It trains specific skills in five <br>Dimensions of strength (social, emotional, family, spiritual, and physical. The result <br>Is greater resilience-one’s ability to return to a normal state of functioning following <br>Stress or tragedy and to apply the skills learned in everyday life, including on the job <br>And with friends and family. <br>
Services: Resilience Foundation Skills <br>Mental Skills Education <br>CSF2 Training Options <br>
Address: Website: http://www.drum.army.mil/FamilyServices/Pages/csf2.aspx