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Army Community Service
Army Community Service USAG Humphreys
Maude Hall Bldg 6400
Unit # 15228
APO, AP 96271
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Deployment can be a challenging phase of the military lifecycle, but it’s important to know that you don’t have to go through it alone. The military provides a variety of resources and support programs — ranging from educational briefings to morale calls — for your loved ones, children and service members to ease the stress of deployment. Military members may be assigned to a specific installation but support may come from local communities, Yellow Ribbon events or the installation itself.
Military and family life consultants are licensed mental health professionals who possess master or doctorate degrees. MFLCs provide situational, problem-solving consultations. No written records are kept, and these services are free to soldiers and family members. MFLCs are available on post and can be reached by contacting the U.S. Army Garrison-Humphreys Army Community Service at DSN 315-757-2598/2585/2599.
Mobilization and Deployment Readiness Program
The Mobilization, Deployment, & Stability Support Operations Program provides training intervention to Soldiers, civilians, and Family members. The purpose is to maintain individual readiness throughout the Sustainable Readiness Model. Our mission is to dispense a training, knowledge and guidance that can assist Soldiers, civilians, and their families in sustaining individual readiness throughout the entire cycle. Deployments, separations, and reintegration can be challenging. It’s a part of the military life that can bring stressful situations to Soldiers, Civilians, and their Families. The Mobilization and Deployment program is a great resource that provides guidance, training, and other life skill resources that are available throughout their military careers and affiliations.
The Mobilization and Deployment Readiness team tailor trainings to provide information and resources to Soldiers, civilians, and families to advocate resiliency. Trainings currently offered include: SFRG trainings (SFRG Essentials for Commander & 1SG, SFRG foundation, CFRR, SFRG Key Contact and SFRG Fund Custodian). CARE team training is offered by request. Trainings to help families and Soldiers cope with the challenges of deployment can also be provided to the unit by request. For additional information and to register for a class, call Army Community Service at 315-757-2363.
FRG Leader Course: One component of the 3-hour FRG training is the FRG leader course. Training addresses an overview of establishing and maintaining Family Readiness Groups. Students successfully completing this training receive an IMCOM Certificate of Training
FRG Key Contact Course: Another component of the 3-hour FRG training course that provides an overview of training and resources for Family Readiness Group Key Callers. Attendees receive an IMCOM Certificate of Training.
FRG Fund Custodian Course: The final component of the 3-hour FRG training course that provides an overview of training and resources for Family Readiness Group Fund Custodians. Attendees receive an IMCOM Certificate of Training.
CARE Team Training: 2-hour, training that prepares volunteers participating in unit CARE Teams to assist families in crisis due to injury, death of Soldier or Family member. The focus is on assisting the Family/Soldier with "what comes next" after the critical situation has occurred. Addresses CARE team function, grief/bereavement management, Casualty Operations, Resilience for Caregivers and survivor assistance programs. Identifies elements, roles, responsibilities and expectations of volunteers assisting a Soldier or Family member in critical need. Certificate of Training upon completion.