Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) demonstrates the Army's commitment to Families of the Fallen. The mission of SOS is to provide enhanced services to these Families. SOS utilizes a holistic and multi-agency approach to delivering services to Survivors by providing services at the garrison and communities closest to where Families live. SOS will allow the Army to better identify the needs of others touched by the loss of a Soldier.
Complete a Survivor Needs Assessment here to request information about various programs and services available to you.
- Expand and improve services to Survivors
- Provide education on the roles and responsibilities of all agencies within your community
- Improve the responsiveness and streamline the assistance process for Families
- Provide a Support Coordinator, Financial Counselor and Benefits Coordinator available to you
Financial Consultants provide financial assistance, investment education and estate planning to assist the surviving Family member to reach financial goals. Financial Consultants work closely with the Casualty Assistance Benefit Coordinator and legal assistance to ensure estate and financial issues are addressed.
Support Coordinators function as the long term support personnel for Survivors. Support Coordinators will coordinate support groups, briefings to the community and leadership; and provide life skills and supportive counseling. Support Coordinators work closely with Casualty Assistance Center Benefit Coordinators and the Casualty Assistance Officer to ensure the Survivor receives necessary services.
Carlisle Barracks SOS Program Manager
New Jersey NG SOS Support Coordinator – Bucks County, PA
Pennsylvania National Guard SOS Coordinator - Eastern PA
Fort Indiantown Gap
Pennsylvania National Guard SOS Coordinator – Northern PA
Pennsylvania National Guard SOS Coordinator - Western PA
Philadelphia National Guard SOS Coordinator
Tobyhanna Army Depot ACS Director/SOS
USAR SOS 316th ESC, Coraopolis