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.
- Formerly Army Community Service and Army Substance Abuse Program, these two programs merged under the Directorate of Human Resources 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 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 / 520.538.1398 / 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, Christy Avenue
- 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 / 520.538.1287
Education, mitigation and liaison services provided by the program manager for employees experiencing work place difficulties.
Provides jobseekers with referrals to online resources and on- and off-post partners.
Exceptional Family Member Program / 520.533.6871
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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: 520.402.9465
- Military & Family Life Counselor - CYS: 520.255.6063
- Military & Family Life Counselor - 305th & 309th Military Intelligence Battalions: 520.255.4437
Sexual Harassment / Assault Response Program / 520.538.1313
An integrated and proactive program aimed at ending sexual harassment and sexual assault through prevention, community education and support services to victims.
Suicide Prevention Program / 520.538.1287
Seeks to reduce suicidal behaviors through awareness and education and to dispel the myths and stigma surrounding seeking help for difficult adult life issues.
Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator / 520.538.1284
Supports the readiness and reslience 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.