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The Fort Stewart Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) provides customized, integrated support services dedicated to serving wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers in Transition (STs) in the Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB) and Soldiers transitioning through the Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES), their Family Members, and Caregivers.  The SFAC is a one-stop location designed to equip and aid Soldiers in making life changing decisions as they transition either back to duty or to civilian life.  The SFAC staff is a team of professionals who realize that individual needs require individual attention, and we are responsive to those needs.  

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Who do I contact if I'm not sure what programs are available to me?

Contact the Information & Referral Specialist at (912) 435-9646

What should I do once I receive my Fitness Determination?

Attend the Transition Briefing Part 1 conducted every Wednesday at 1300 hours.

What briefing should I attend once I concur with my ratings (DA Form 199) or receive my final ratings determination?

Attend the Transition Briefing Part 2 conducted every Wednesday at 1500 hours.

What are the required documents for obtaining military identification and/or updating DEERS?

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How do I update my SGLI?

click here to download the instructions

What are the Soldier for Life requirements?

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How do I determine if I'm eligible for Army Wounded Warrior (AW2) advocacy and benefits?

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