A multi-faceted center offering prevention and education services during the full lifecycle of the service member and their family's career to enhance readiness and resiliency.
- Army Community Service and Army Substance Abuse Program have co-located at the Soldier & Family Readiness Center to better serve Soldiers and their families.
PROGRAMS Available to all DOD ID cardholders and their family members.
Army Emergency Relief / 520.533.5312
Assistance to active duty, their family members or retirees in the form of interest-free loans, grants or a combination of both.
Army Substance Abuse Program / 520.538.1287
Strengthens the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army's workforce, to conserve manpower and enhance the combat readiness of Soldiers.
Army Volunteer Corps / 520.533.2967
Provides centralized assistance for those wishing to volunteer in the community. Volunteer opportunities can be found on www.myarmyonesource.com⚠ under Volunteer Tools.
Biochemical Testing / 520.538.1289
The Drug Testing Coordinator and Technician implement drug testing for all active duty service members and applicable Department of Army civilians to adhere with AR 600-85 to facilitate the early identification of alcohol and/or other drug abuse, monitor rehabilitation efforts and deter the use of drugs.
- Location: Building 22414, 904 Butler Road (Advisory Resources Center)
- Hours of Operation: M.T.W.F: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Thursday: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Employee Assistance Program / 520.538.1284
Education, mitigation and liaison services provided by the program manager for employees experiencing work place difficulties.
Employment Readiness Program / 520.533.2330
Provides jobseekers with referrals to online resources and on- and off-post partners.
Exceptional Family Member Program / 520.538.5899
A three-tiered mandatory enrollment program (SFRC / Medical / HRC) to provide assistance to military families with special needs (physical, intellectual or emotional disabilities).
Family Advocacy Program / 520.533.2437 or 24/7 Hotline 520.508.2772
Preserves family wellness through prevention (awareness, education and support). Services include the Domestic Violence Program / Victim Advocacy and the New Parent Support Program supporting families with children up to age 5.
Financial Readiness Program / 520.533.2967
Provides education and support for financial issues or budgeting with unit briefs, workshops or one-on-one counseling appointments.
Information, Referral and Follow-up / 520.533.2330
Provides ready access to referrals and information about the installation and surrounding community to meet needs and improve quality of life.
Military & Family Life Counselor Program
Provides short-term, situational, problem-solving and confidential counseling services to service members and families.
- Military & Family Life Counselor - Adult: 520.255.4273
- Military & Family Life Counselor - CYS: 520.705.8923
- Military & Family Life Counselor - School: 520.255.6063
- Military & Family Life Counselor - 2-13th Aviation Regiment: 520.559.0944
- Military & Family Life Counselor - 305th & 309th Military Intelligence Battalions: 520.254.7200
Eases the burden of moving with welcome packets, Newcomers' Orientation, the Lending Locker, Destination Classes for OCONUS assignments, desk-side Smooth Move briefs, Conversational English for foreign-born spouses and the Hearts Apart support group for geographically / deployed families.
Sexual Harassment & Assault Response Program / 520.538.8649
An integrated and proactive program aimed at ending sexual harassment and sexual assault through prevention, community education and support services to victims.
Substance Abuse Prevention / 520.538.1284
Supports the readiness and resilience of service members and civilians in the workforce by raising awareness and providing education and training on the dangers and consequences of drug abuse.
- For clinical services contact Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center's Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care (SUDCC) at 520.533.5161.
Suicide Prevention / 520.538.1313
Seeks to reduce suicidal behaviors through awareness and education and to dispel the myths and stigma surrounding seeking help for difficult adult life issues.
SOS is a multi-agency approach to delivering services to survivors and families of the fallen. The SOS mission is to expand and improve services to survivors.