Military family spending time in a park

Adolescent Support and Counseling Service, or ASACS, provides confidential counseling for adolescents and families for a variety of concerns in Hawai’i.
The Armed Services YMCA Hawaii provides innovative and quality social, educational, and recreational programs to meet the needs of military service members and their families in the state of Hawaii.
Army Emergency Relief is the Army's own emergency financial assistance organization and is dedicated to "Helping the Army Take Care of its Own."
Army Family Team Building is a family resiliency and readiness training program that provides participants with an understanding of Army culture, and the skills and resources they need to become self-reliant, self-sufficient members of the military community.
Army Housing Online User Services is the Army's official website for Soldiers and their families looking for information regarding Army family housing (on-post), unaccompanied housing (barracks), or community housing (off-post). It includes detailed reference information and quick links for Army installations all over the world.
The Army Substance Abuse Program, or ASAP, promotes prevention through education and training related to alcohol/substance abuse and suicide. ASAP also provides drug testing and other services for both Soldiers and civilian employees.
For over one hundred years, the Boy Scouts of America has prepared boys for life through some of the most outstanding leadership and growth programs available nationally. Whether it’s camping, hiking, community improvement or building remote controlled robots, Scouting offers exciting programs designed to inspire, build character and instill the values that boys need to succeed today.
Army Child Development Centers are on-post facilities that reduce stress on families and support workforce readiness by offering full-time, part-time and hourly child care service options for children six weeks to five years of age in nationally accredited environments.
For patriots ages 12 and up, Civil Air Patrol is a vital force that protects Americans in need by responding to emergencies, preserves the values that make our country great by developing young leaders, and ensures our country’s preeminence by dedicating ourselves to teaching future generations. There are Civil Air Patrol squadrons at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and Wheeler Air Airfield.
PRECLEARING: To be eligible to get precleared, the soldier members needs to have their DD93/SGLI up to date and valid with in a year's length of the separation date assigned on their orders. If soldier member is precleared, a name of a records manager should appear in the stamp box once printed. That means they do not have to physically come into the office to clear.
The Defense Commissary Agency operates a worldwide chain of commissaries providing groceries to military personnel, retirees and their families in a safe and secure shopping environment.
The Community Information Exchange, or CIE, is a monthly meeting that informs Soldiers and families on installation and community matters.
U.S. Army Hawaii's Community Resource Guide is a comprehensive inventory of programs and services available to the local military community.
The Consolidated Legal Center provides a full range of legal services. Our judge advocates advise commanders on military justice, administrative and operational law matters; they advise and represent trial defense clients; and provide legal assistance to service members, retirees and their families across Hawaii.
Get the latest information about the status of COVID-19 within U.S. Army Hawaii.
Schedule an appointment to get your common access card, or CAC, or military ID card online. It's quick and easy. Have you lost your CAC or did someone steal your ID card? Do you need to add a family member to DEERS? We can help!
Did you know U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii has a mobile app? Digital Garrison securely delivers information from more than 60 Army installations around the world. The app is free and available on both Android and Apple devices.
Information about U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii's directorates and staff offices.
eBenefits is the result of a collaboration between the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense. They serve veterans, service members, wounded warriors, their family members, and their authorized caregivers.
The Emergency Management program provides oversight for emergency planning and preparedness, crisis management situations and reduce the risk of emergencies impacting the U.S Army Garrison Hawaii community through preparedness.