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Community Resource Guide

Welcome to Fort Drum's consolidated listing of Resiliency-Based Services. Please select from the Resiliency Categories on the left to see all services from that category. For more information on a specific service, select its link below.

If this is an Emergency, Please call 911 or the MP desk at 315-772-2677

Social /Recreational Resource

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.&nbsp;

Services: One stop information and referral.&nbsp; 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 &amp; Deployment, Outreach Services, Relocation Readiness, Soldier &amp; Family Assistance Center, Survivor Outreach Services, and Climb to Glory Fund. <br>

  • 315-772-6557
  • 1-800-826-0886

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.

  • 315-774-0356
  • 315-774-0359
  • 315-774-0356
  • 315-774-0356

Description: Classes designed for new military spouses

Services: Army family team building program, army family action plan

  • 315-772-9229
  • 315-772-6710
Address: P-4330

Community Listening & Information Forum
Description: Community Listening &amp; 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.&nbsp; Meeting frequency may change during the summer months.&nbsp;

Services: Community Updates, Current Events, Issues and Concerns

  • 772-5464

Family Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA)/Family Readiness Liaison (FRL)
Description: The following are the Family Readiness Support Assistants (FRSAs).&nbsp; Each Assistant is located within their respective unit to support Commanders, Soldiers, Families, Civilian and Retirees on Family Readiness and Family Readiness Groups.&nbsp;

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.

  • 315-772-8141
  • 315-774-3622
  • 315-772-3732
  • 315-774-1061
  • 315-772-0964
  • 315-772-4954

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.&nbsp; The <br>Program is based on over 30 years of scientific evidence.&nbsp; It trains specific skills in five <br>Dimensions of strength (social, emotional, family, spiritual, and physical.&nbsp; 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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>Mental Skills Education&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>CSF2 Training Options&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;

  • 315-772-9260
  • 315-774-2321
  • 315-772-2848