The Army Community Service Outreach Program is designed to link Soldiers and Family Members to Support Programs on and off post. Outreach aims to reach out to those who have the greatest level of need, but are least likely to seek out and take advantage of services until they’ve reached a state of crisis. An emphasis is placed on programs that promote resilience, self-reliance and stability; such programs include, but are not limited to, life skills training, newcomer adaptation services, personal relationship skills education, community development and support networks, and crisis intervention and referral services.
ACS Outreach conducts an annual needs assessment to determine what programs are needed to support Soldiers and Families. Be on the lookout, your input is greatly required.
ACS Outreach participates in community events and celebrations on and off post to provide information about resources, services and Military OneSource. Additionally, information about services and resources are also provided in the ACS Connection Newsletter (pdf), and various briefings and trainings.
If you cannot come to us…we will come to you. For more information or to schedule a briefing, contact the Outreach Program Coordinators at (270) 798-2062.
- Army Community Service
- Army Family Action Plan
- Army Family Team Building
- Army Volunteer Corps
- Exceptional Family Member Program
- Family Advocacy Program
- Financial Readiness Program
- Information Exchange
- Mobilization, Deployment and Stability Support Operations
- New Parent Support Program
- Outreach Program
- Relocation Readiness Program
- Resilience Training
- Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Program
- Survivor Outreach Services
- Victim Advocate Program
- ACS Virtual Training