The Area Access Guide contains information about how to use your Area Access Permit for recreational use of JBLM training areas.
The JBLM program, Armed Forces Action Plan (AFAP) is inclusive of all branches of the military community in providing the opportunity to influence the quality of life and standard of living. Through AFAP, all Service members, retirees, spouses, DA civilians and Family members have a forum to voice concerns and make recommendations for change.
Armed Forces Team Building (AFTB) empowers you, through self-development and leadership skills, basic Army knowledge and specialized training, to maximize your personal and professional potential.
The Armed Forces Wellness Center helps service members, retirees, their families, and civilian employees build and sustain good health by offering health coaching sessions in several areas.
Army Continuing Education Services provides quality education programs and services to the service members, families, civilians, retirees and veterans of the JBLM community.
Visit this page for information about travel camps and cabins operated by the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation.
The team of human resources professionals at the CPAC is dedicated to supporting and empowering service members, civilian employees, families, and veterans worldwide.
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.
DHR Community Information Services (CIS) is your information headquarters. CIS provides a centralized point for information and referral to a comprehensive network of internal and external agencies and services.
The Community Resource Guide lists programs and services available to service members and families, Department of Defense civilian personnel and retirees.
The Directorate of Human Resources (DHR), offers Military Personnel Services, Community Services (ACS, A&FRC, M&FRC), and Education Services (ACES). DHR serves and supports all active-duty military and their families, retirees and DOD civilian employees.
Receive alerts about JBLM and Pierce County area emergencies and other critical community information.
The Employment Readiness Program (ERP) offers one-on-one appointments for career counseling, resume reviews, interview preparation, and more; with classes for corporate and federal resumes. Provides services for all DoD ID Card holders, specializing in support for Military Spouses.
JBLM offers multiple resources for employment opportunities on base.
The Exceptional Family Member Program(EFMP): Family Support offers specialized support to EFMP families on and off base with access to care, school support with special education and accommodations, federal and state benefits (i.e. Social Security) and Medicaid waivers for respite, inclusive and specialized recreation opportunities.
At war and in peacetime, the Exchange provides service members with the services and merchandise they need to make their lives more comfortable.
At war and in peacetime, the Exchange provides service members with the services and merchandise they need to make their lives more comfortable.
The Family Advocacy Program exists to strengthen the lives of Service Members and Families. We are committed to preventing domestic abuse and child abuse through information, discussion, and education.
Visit this page for JBLM shuttle service and route schedules.
The Hawk Career Center on Lewis North is a one-stop shop for service members transitioning from military to civilian life, as well as military spouses and other DOD ID cardholders seeking employment readiness and support services. The facility houses the JBLM SFL-TAP Program, the DPFR Employment Readiness Program, Career Choice Financial Counseling, and information and referral services. Also on site is the WorkSource JBLM office, a partnership of state and local government agencies, colleges and non-profit organizations that offer employment services for job seekers and businesses.
Home-Based Businesses allow families to work from their JBLM homes, developing rewarding careers.
The Housing Division provides accompanied and unaccompanied housing options for service members and their family stationed at JBLM.
The mission of the ID Card/DEERS section is to ensure enrollment of all eligible DoD beneficiaries in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System and to provide Common Access Card issuance to service members, retirees and their family members as well as to federal civilian employees and contract employees.
The IVC provides resources and training to organizations and volunteers to assess, develop, and strengthen their volunteer service and/or programs.
The U.S. Air Force Key Spouse Program is an official Air Force Unit Family Readiness Program designed to enhance readiness, personal/family resiliency, and establish a sense of Air Force Community. Key Spouses are commander-appointed and serve as a vital resource to command teams in an effort to support Air Force Families.
Provides confidential non-medical counseling to the Military community. MFLCs can assist with issues such as managing stress, parenting, difficulty adjusting to new changes or life events, and improving home or work relationships.
JBLM News is your first source for news and information about the joint base.
This page contains resources for JBLM service members and their families who have pets.
MWR offers a plethora of recreation opportunities for the JBLM community.
Chaplains provide comprehensive religious support for the spiritual and moral needs of service members and their families, retirees and authorized civilians.
JBLM Relocation Readiness is a comprehensive program designed to assist Service members and Families with transfers and relocations throughout the tour cycle.
If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse in an intimate partner relationship, please call for help. 253-966-SAFE (7233)
Service Member and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) efforts are aimed at fostering dignity and independence, while assisting injured, wounded, and critically ill Service members and their Families in their transition, either back to duty or to service as a vital member of the community. Services offered include Information and Referral, Social Services, Ombudsman, Military Human Resources, Financial Readiness, Education Services, Transition Assistance, and more.
SFRGs are command-sponsored programs to help build strong Families and bridge the gap between Families and units.
SCLM is an all ranks club open to members of the JBLM community. Outreach programs support the military community through welfare and scholarships.
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) provides information, referral, education, and advocacy services related to Survivor benefits and entitlements, as well as information about local and national resources for grief and support.
Share the ride to JBLM! Join a van pool or car pool.
Waller Hall is the central transition center on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Sections within this facility are responsible for assisting Soldiers and families who are newly arriving to JBLM and those transitioning from military service.
Welcome to the Pacific Northwest! As you prepare for your move, the JBLM team stands ready to help you settle into your new home and get to know the area. Inside the Welcome Packet, you'll find information about: reception, inprocessing, on and off-base housing, BAH rates, temporary lodging, the Joint Personal Property Shipping Office, schools, pets, local communities, maps, FAQs, and more.