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AFFES

AAFES ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE

Location: Bldg. 8-5476-C, Woodruff Street

Phone........................................... 436-3535

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0730–1600

Saturday–Sunday............................. closed

AIRBORNE TROOP STORE PX

Location: Bldg. C-5934, Ardennes Street

Phone........................................... 436-4265

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0600–2200

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–2200

BARBER SHOP

Phone........................................... 436-0101

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1900

Saturday..................................... 0900–1600

Sunday....................................... 1100–1600

AIRBORNE PX
MAIN STREET USA FOOD COURT

Phone........................................... 960-9504

(this number is for all the food concessions, except where noted)

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0700–2100

Sunday....................................... 1100–2100

CHARLEY’S STEAKERY

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–2000

DUNKIN DONUTS

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–2100

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–2000

TACO BELL

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–2100

Saturday–Sunday...................... 1030–2100

MALLONE PLAZA

MALLONE EXPRESS/CLASS VI/GAS

Location: Bldg. 8-5476-A, Butner Road (Commissary Complex)

Phone................................. 306-3709 ext. 1

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0700–2200

Sunday....................................... 0900–2100

Pumps................................. Open 24 Hours

CARWASH

Hours of Operation........... Open 24 hours

FURNITURE STORE

Phone................................. 306-3709 ext. 4

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 1000–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1900

STARBUCKS

Phone............................. 306-3709 ext. 421

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0530–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0700–2000

POPEYE’S

Phone................................. 306-3709 ext. 2

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–2000

MINI MALL
STORES AND CONCESSIONS

Location: Bldg. 4-2171, Reilly Street

Phone........................................... 436-2200

The following concessions/stores
are located in the Mini Mall:

MCSS ALTERATIONS

Phone........................................... 436-2049

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1800

Sunday....................................... 1200–1600

BARBER SHOP

Phone........................................... 436-4011

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1600

BEAUTY SHOP

Phone........................................... 436-8555

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1900

Saturday..................................... 0900–1700

Sunday....................................... 1100–1800

ENTERPRISE CAR RENTAL

Phone............ 436-5200 or 1-800-736-8222

Fax................................................ 436-4325

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1800

Saturday..................................... 0900–1400

Sunday............................................. Closed

FLORIST

Phone........................................... 436-0342

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1800

Sunday....................................... 1200–1600

GNC

Phone........................................... 497-9198

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1800

Sunday....................................... 1100–1700

H&R BLOCK

(Open Only During Tax Season)

Hours of Operation

Monday...................................... 0900–1800

Wednesday & Friday................. 1100–1600

Saturday..................................... 0900–1300

LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING

Phone........................................... 497-0305

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1900

MILITARY CLOTHING SALES

Phone............................. 436-2200 ext. 102

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1900

Saturday..................................... 0900–1900

Sunday............................................. Closed

MINI MALL EXPRESS/CLASS VI

Phone........................................... 436-0509

Hours of Operation

Monday–Thursday.................... 0600–1800

Friday......................................... 0600–1900

Saturday..................................... 1100–1900

Sunday....................................... 1200–1700

ROVING CONCESSIONS

Hours of Operations

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1600

SPORTS STORE

Phone............................. 436-2200 ext. 120

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 1000–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1700

TICKET AND TOURS

Phone.......... 396-TRIP (8747)/TOUR (8687)

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday ......................... 1000–1730

Saturday–Sunday............................ Closed

UPS STORE

Phone........................................... 436-7877

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1900

Saturday..................................... 0900–1700

Sunday....................................... 1200–1600

US PATRIOT

Phone........................................... 436-4020

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1800

WASHETERIA

Hours of Operation

Daily............................................ 0800–2200

MINI MALL
MAIN STREET USA FOOD COURT

Phone........................................... 436-2200

(This number is for all the food concessions, except where noted.)

BURGER KING

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–1900

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–1700

CHARLEY’S STEAKERY

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0730–1900

Saturday..................................... 1100–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1700

MANCHU WOK

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 1030–1900

Saturday..................................... 1100–1800

Sunday....................................... 1100–1700

SUBWAY

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–1900

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–1800

STARBUCKS

Phone............................. 436-2200 ext. 141

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0530–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0700–1900

WING ZONE

Hours of Operation

Monday...................................... 1100–2200

Tuesday–Friday......................... 1100–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 1100–2200

NORTH POST EXCHANGE (PX)

Location: Bldg. 8-5050, 2nd & Butner Road

Phone........................................... 436-4888

Fax................................................ 436-6451

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–2100

Sunday....................................... 0900–2000

Holiday hours....................................... Vary

NORTH POST
EXCHANGE CONCESSIONS

BARBER SHOP

Phone........................................... 497-0789

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1700

BEAUTY SHOP

Phone........................................... 436-9090

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1600

FLORIST

Phone........................................... 436-1885

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1600

GAME STOP – NORTH POST

Phone........................................... 436-8160

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–2000

Sunday....................................... 1000–1800

GNC

Phone........................................... 497-1616

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1600

OPTOMETRY CLINIC

Phone........................................... 497-0082

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1800

Saturday..................................... 0900–1900

Sunday............................................. Closed

VISION CENTER

Phone........................................... 495-1135

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1000–1700

NORTH POST WIRELESS

Phone........................................... 436-2078

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–2100

Sunday....................................... 0900–2000

NORTH POST PX
MAIN STREET USA FOOD COURT

Phone........................................... 436-2490

(This number is for all the food concessions, except where noted.)

ANTHONY’S PIZZA

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 1030–1930

Saturday..................................... 1100–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1800

BK EXPRESS

Phone........................................... 436-1948

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0830–2030

Sunday....................................... 0900–1930

CAPTAIN D’S

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 1100–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1800

CHARLEY’S STEAKERY

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 1030–1930

Saturday..................................... 1100–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1830

CHURCH’S CHICKEN

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 1030–1930

Saturday..................................... 1100–1830

Sunday....................................... 1100–1700

SUBWAY

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–2000

Saturday..................................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1800

POPE MINI-MALL

Location: 803 Armistead, Pope AAF

Phone........................................... 436-0502

Hours of Operation.................. 0630–2200

POPE BARBER SHOP

Phone........................................... 497-5119

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1800

Saturday..................................... 1000–1500

Sunday............................................. Closed

POPE BURGER KING

Phone........................................... 436-4578

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0630–1900

Saturday..................................... 1100–1700

Sunday............................................. Closed

POPE LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANERS

Phone........................................... 436-4166

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1800

Saturday..................................... 1000–1500

Sunday............................................. Closed

POPE SHOPPETTE/
CLASS 6/GAS/VIDEO

Phone........................................... 497-8181

Fax................................................ 497-6615

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0630–2200

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0700–2100

SUBWAY – POPE

Phone........................................... 436-1039

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0630–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0800–2100

SOUTH POST EXCHANGE

Location: Bldg. Z-3252, Canopy Lane

Phone........................................... 436-2166

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–2100

Sunday....................................... 0900–2000

SOUTH POST
EXCHANGE CONCESSIONS

BARBER SHOP

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1100–1700

BEAUTY SHOP

Phone........................................... 432-2228

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1200–1600

FLOWER SHOP

Phone........................................... 436-3902

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 1000–1800

Sunday....................................... 1200–1600

GAME STOP

Phone........................................... 436-0613

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–2000

Sunday....................................... 1000–1800

GNC

Phone........................................... 436-9418

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1200–1600

US PATRIOTS

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–1900

Sunday....................................... 1200–1600

GRAB-N-GO
CROSS CREEK CONCESSIONS
MOBILE FOOD/GRAB-N-GO

Phone........................................... 223-9000

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0600–1700

Saturday–Sunday............................ Closed

WIRELESS MOBILE

Phone........................................... 436-1187

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0900–2100

Sunday....................................... 1000–2100

SOUTH POST PX
MAIN STREET USA FOOD COURT

Location: Bldg. Z-3252, 1017 Canopy Lane

Phone........................................... 436-4860

(This number is for all the food concessions, unless otherwise noted.)

ANTHONY’S PIZZA

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 1100–1900

Saturday–Sunday...................... 1100–1800

CHARLEY’S STEAKERY

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1930

Saturday..................................... 1100–1930

Sunday....................................... 1100–1800

CINNABON

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0830–1800

Saturday..................................... 0900–1800

Sunday....................................... 1000–1800

POPEYE’S

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 1000–2100

Saturday..................................... 1000–2030

Sunday....................................... 1000–1900

MANCHU WOK

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 1100–1830

Saturday..................................... 1100–1800

Sunday....................................... 1100–1600

WOMACK PX

Location: Bldg. 42817, Reilly Road

Phone.................................. 436-4036/4125

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1600

BARBER SHOP

Phone........................................... 907-7093

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0830–1600

Saturday–Sunday............................ Closed

EXPRESSO

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0730–1600

Saturday–Sunday............................ Closed

FLOWER SHOP

Phone........................................... 436-3309

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 1000–1600

Sunday............................................. Closed

SHOPPETTES

PATRIOT EXPRESS/
CLASS VI/SERVICE STATION

Location: Bldg. F-1231, Gruber Road

Phone........................................... 436-2050

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–1700

Saturday–Sunday............................ Closed

HONEYCUTT SHOPPETTE/
GAS STATION/CLASS VI/
BARBERSHOP/SUBWAY

Location: Bldg. N-3305

Honeycutt Road, near Bragg Boulevard

SHOPPETTE/SERVICE STATION

Phone........................................... 436-2129

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0600–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–1700

BARBER SHOP

Phone........................................... 497-3800

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1900

Saturday..................................... 0900–1600

Sunday....................................... 1100–1600

Subway

Phone........................................... 436-1039

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0600–2200

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–1700

BUTNER EXPRESS/
SERVICE STATION/CAR RENTAL/
PAPA JOHN’S/QUIZNOS/SUBWAY

Location: Bldg. A-3587, Butner Road

SHOPPETTE/SERVICE STATION

Phone........................................... 436-1600

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0600–2200

Saturday..................................... 0800–2300

Sunday....................................... 0900–2200

CAR RENTAL

Phone........................................... 436-0769

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0900–1700

Saturday–Sunday............................ Closed

PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA

Phone........................................... 495-0309

Hours of Operation

Monday–Thursday.................... 1000–0100

Friday–Saturday........................ 1000–0200

Sunday....................................... 1100–2400

QUIZNOS

Phone........................................... 495-1471

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–2200

Saturday..................................... 1100–2200

Sunday....................................... 1200–2200

PINES EXPRESS/
CLASS VI/GAS STATION

Location: 4227 Hefner, Bldg. 2-2650

Phone........................................... 436-0612

Fax................................................ 436-2229

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0630–2200

Saturday..................................... 0800–2200

Sunday....................................... 0900–2100

Hours of Operation for Gas Pumps:

Monday–Sunday........................ 24 hours

PINES BURGER KING

Phone........................................... 436-0599

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–2100

Saturday..................................... 0800–2000

Sunday....................................... 0900–2000

SIMMONS ARMY
AIRFIELD SHOPPETTE

Location: Bldg. P-3042, Parham Street

Phone........................................... 960-6668

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0730–1600

Saturday–Sunday............................ Closed

SMOKE BOMB HILL SHOPPETTE/
CLASS VI/BURGER KING

Location: Bldg. H-4401

(corner of Gruber & Reilly Roads)

Phone........................................... 436-4600

Hours of Operation........... Open 24 hours

BURGER KING

Location: Smoke Bomb Hill
(beside Shoppette)

Phone........................................... 436-4600

Hours of Operation

Dining Room

Monday–Friday...................... 0600–2100

Saturday................................. 0800–2300

Sunday.................................... 0800–1900

Drive Through

Monday–Friday...................... 0530–2300

Saturday................................. 0800–2300

Sunday.................................... 0900–1900

Action Line Dial 6-BOSS or 396-2677

DIAL 6-BOSS is a means of communicating with the Commanding General. Your suggestions, ideas, recommendations, or bona fide complaints are welcome to make Fort Bragg a better place to live and work. Calls are transcribed daily and submitted to the appropriate agency for follow-up. The Commanding General reviews all calls and responses are made to the individual initiating the call. Anonymous calls will be acted upon on a case-by-case basis. Prior to using DIAL 6-BOSS, you should use your chain of command; however, the Commanding General remains available to any Soldier and/or Family member needing help.

DIAL 6-BOSS rules are simple:

Wait for the sound of the tone after the recording and leave your full name (spell your last name), social security number, unit or address, and a telephone number.

Since your message is being recorded, keep your comments to less than three minutes.

Armed Services Blood Program

BLOOD PROGRAM

www.militaryblood.dod.mil/fortbragg

Location: Bldg. 8-4156, Souter Place

Phone........................................... 396-9925

Hours of Operation

Monday–Thursday.................... 0730–1600

Friday......................................... 0730–1500

Services Provided: The Fort Bragg Blood Donor Center provides the blood needed for patients in military hospitals at home and around the world. Fort Bragg Blood Donor Center must collect a specific amount of units per month to ensure that blood is available to those in need. There is no substitute for human blood. Blood and blood products are used for patients of all ages for many reasons. From those undergoing cancer treatments to surgical patients to those with battlefield injuries, military members depend on blood donors every day.

Donating blood is a simple way almost anyone can save up to three lives. The actual donation only takes 10–15 minutes, but there are steps that come before and after donation that keep donors and the blood supply safe and healthy. In general, the entire process takes 45

Armed Services YMCA Fort Bragg/Pope AAF

www.asymca.org/fort-bragg-nc

Location: Bldg. 2-2411

(Corner of Woodruff and Jackson Streets)

Email: lgratesasymca@earthlink.net

Phone........................................... 436-0500

Fax................................................ 436-0018

Programs currently serving Fort Bragg:

BABY BUNDLES

This program provides a layette for new mothers who are active duty, E-4 and below, and for the spouses of an active duty Soldier/Airman E-4 and below. The layettes are delivered by volunteers every day, including holidays, to the Mother/Baby Unit at Womack. Volunteer workshops to put the bundles together are held the 4th Thursday of each month at 1030.

BEFORE & AFTER
SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Before & After School programs are located in Harnett County for children attending Highland Elementary Schools. Morning hours are 0600–0830; afternoon hours are 1430–1830 Monday through Friday. Program includes snacks, homework time, games, outdoor activities, and arts and crafts. Full day care is available on teacher workdays and school breaks.

BUNCO

Adult game night where you can win fabulous prizes.

FAMILY FISHING DERBY

Annual event held in May at Lake Rim Park which promotes quality Family time and relaxation, while introducing Families to outdoor activities.

FAMILY READING NIGHTS

Families are invited to bring their children to listen to stories and then are given copies of the books that are read.

HEALTHY KIDS DAY

This is an annual event held in April that celebrates kids’ health issues, to include the spirit and mind, as well as the body. This FREE event features live snakes, the climbing wall, tie-dying, baseball throw, face painting, bubble making, crime prevention doing fingerprinting, K-9 demonstration, castle bouncer, basketball, and lots of free giveaways.

JUNIOR ENLISTED GOLF OUTING

Annual event held the first Friday of November that provides Junior Enlisted Soldiers and Airmen with a day of golf, food and fun at no cost to the service member. In addition, the event provides the community with the opportunity to meet the Soldiers who serve.

KIDS OLYMPICS

Each summer in August the ASYMCA sponsors the “Kids’ Olympics”. This program teaches children and parents the importance of sportsmanship, health and fitness. Every child receives a participation medal and a T-shirt, along with other medals they may win in each of the 10 events. Each event is divided into the following age categories: 5–6 year olds, 7–8 year olds, 9–10 year olds, and 11–12 year olds. Boys and girls compete separately.

KLASSY KLOSET

Collection of formal wear that can be checked out for special occasions. A $15 fee is charged for dry cleaning.

OPERATION KID COMFORT

A free program designed to serve the children of deployed service members. The program addresses the emotional stress that these children suffer during a parent’s absence from home. Photo transfer quilts that bear the images of the deployed Family member are made for children (newborn to age 5) to help comfort them. Pillows are made for children 6–12 years old.

OPERATION HERO

A mentoring program conducted at post elementary schools that not only improves self-esteem and grades, but also allows children to find there are “heroes” inside each of them. The program, which runs for 10 weeks a year, targets children from 6–12 years of age that are experiencing temporary difficulty in school, either socially or academically. Referred by teachers, parents or school officials, the bi-weekly sessions provide after-school homework assistance and mentoring in a small group.

MOTHER/DAUGHTER TEA

Bi-annual event held in February and September to promote quality time for mothers and daughters of all ages. Goody bags for all “ladies” and lots of door prizes.

SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP

Summer camp begins the day school lets out and continues until the day before school begins in the fall. Camp is held at Highland Elementary School in Harnett County. Hours are from 0600–1815 daily.

TWEEN CENTER

Offers a supervised place for tweens and Families to gather to play interactive video games, board games, etc.

YOUNG READERS ESSAY CONTEST

An annual contest sponsored by the National ASYMCA, open to students 1st through 12 grades, of all active duty service members, Reserves, National Guard, DoD civilian employees, and retirees. This essay contest promotes reading among children and teens, and encourages parents to find time to sit down and read with their younger children.

Army Career and Alumni Program

www.acap.army.mil

MAIN ACAP CENTER

Location: 1st Floor, Wing C, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone.................................. 396-7188/2227

Fax................................................ 396-9390

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1600

Closed all federal holidays.

82nD SATELLITE ACAP CENTER

Location: Division Admin.

Bldg. C-3832, Ardennes Street

Phone.................................. 432-0842/0279

Hours of Operation

Open weekdays......................... 0800–1600

Closed all federal holidays.

Authorized Patrons

Transitioning Soldiers and Spouse (starting at 18 months prior to ETS date, but not later than 12 months prior to ETS date.

Transitioning National Guard or Reserve Soldiers (who served more than 180 consecutive days of active duty).

Retirees (starting at 24 months prior to Retirement date, but not later than 12 months prior to Retirement date. Retirees and Spouse can use ACAP services for life).

DA Civilian employees transitioning due to force alignments, reduction-in-force (RIF), or retirement.

Widows or widowers of personnel who died while on active duty or DA civilians who died in the line of duty.

Unless otherwise specified, all classes/workshops/briefings are held at the Main ACAP, Soldier Support Center, Ground Floor.

THE ACAP PROCESS

MANDATORY – Pre-Separation Counseling Briefing

Go to www.acap.army.mil to register and complete the DD Form 2648. After you complete the DD Form 2648, an ACAP Counselor will contact you through email and then you may contact an ACAP Counselor to schedule an appointment for Initial Counseling. We also provide a Pre-separation Counseling Briefing on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1000 with the exception of holidays or Post Closures. Appointment Required.Location: Main ACAP Center, Soldier Support Center 1st Floor, Wing C, Soldier Support Center.

Soldiers assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division, Pre-Separation Counseling Briefings are held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 0930 with the exception of holidays or Post Closures. Location: Bldg. C-3832 Ardennes Street. Please contact 910-432-0842 for more information.

MANDATORY – 5 Day
Transition Workshop

Appointment Required

Held: Monday–Friday with the exception of holidays or Post closures.

Location: Media Room 1-F-1 for Sections B, C, D and Media Room 105 for Section A, Media Room 1-H-1 for Section E, 1st Floor Soldier Support Center.

Day 1 (0800–1700): Overview covers Individual Transition Plan, Military Family Concerns, Life Skills for Transition, Value of a Mentor/Special Issues and MOC Crosswalk. VA Part I covers in detail all benefits and services veterans may be eligible for including VA Education Benefits.

Day 2, 3, 4 (0800–1630): DOL Employment Workshop covers resume writing, salary negotiation, interview techniques, and many other job search skills.

Day 5 (0800–1600): Financial Planning covers tools to building an integrated budget and provides information regarding Health Care Planning,Health Insurance, Credit Ratings, Home Ownership, Estate Planning and Tax Planning & Preparation. VA Part II focuses on E-benefits and My Health briefing.

American Veterans Disability (AMVET) Claims Assistance

Mr. Phil Reilly, AMVETS Representative, can assist you with preparation and filing disability claims with the VA. You may contact him at 396-6826 to schedule an appointment.

REFERENCE ROOM

Dictionary of Occupational Titles

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Encyclopedia of Careers

Professionals Job Finder

The O Net-Detailed descriptions of the OES codes used in TBB and Hot Leads

Numerous books and videos dealing with all phases of the job search process.

Newton’s Telecom Dictionary

Job announcements from employers interested in hiring persons leaving the military.

Unit Briefings on both the purpose and services of the ACAP Center are available for both key leaders and for groups (ODP, NCODP, Retention meetings, etc.).

“Boots to Business” Entrepreneurship Class: Phase 1 is a two day introduction class to starting your own business. Phase 2 is an eight week online course that assists in completing the business plan and determination of funding, if needed. The course isfree.

Facility Manager Course: A three day course and final examination that offers the participant professional certification and mentoring opportunities in the growing and diverse field of facilities engineering and maintenance. The course is free.

Hiring Events: An opportunity to network with participating employers, create and post resume of choice, and interview with employers within sixty days of separation date. Some interviews are conducted virtual. Hiring Events are conducted at the Fort Bragg Club, 0900–1600. Attendance is by invitation only.

Employer Days: An opportunity to network with participating local, national, and overseas employers. Employer Days are conducted at the ACAP Center from 0900–1200. Walk-ins are welcomed.

Army Community Service

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs

Main ACS

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone 396-8682/8683
or 1-800-958-4759

Authorized Patrons: Active duty and retired military personnel and their Family members; Reservist and National Guard members who are on active duty for 30 days or more; widows, widowers and other next of kin of Army personnel on active duty or retired at the time of their death; next of kin of prisoners of war or missing in action personnel of all Armed Services.

Services Provided: ACS is an important part of the Army’s program to assist Soldiers and their Families in meeting specific needs. ACS offers a wide variety of programs tailored to assist Army Families living on and off post. ACS is the place to go for answers to your questions and help with concerns or other issues facing military families. ACS programs and services include:

Airborne Attic: Provides furniture, household items, clothing, toys, etc. to Soldiers (E-4 and below) and Family members if they cannot afford to purchase them or in emergencies.

Army Emergency Relief: Offers loans or grants in emergency situations.

Army Family Action Plan: Offers Soldiers, retirees, civilian employees and Family members a mechanism to bring issues to senior leadership of the Fort Bragg services, programs and facilities.

Army Family Team Building: Offers free classes about military lifestyles, skills, and behaviors in order to be knowledgeable, empowered members of the military community.

Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator: Gain valuable work experience, learn new skills, or support the installation mission by joining the Fort Bragg volunteer team.

Employment Readiness Program: Provides information on employment, education and volunteer opportunities.

Exceptional Family Member Program: Information, screening and referral for Family members with special needs.

Family Advocacy Program: Provides classes on parenting, anger and stress management, and information and assistance in reporting violence in the home.

Family Assistance Center: Central point on installation for information during crisis/deployment.

Financial Readiness Program: Provides financial classes, briefings and counseling to Soldiers, Family members, commanders and leaders.

Information, Referral & Follow-up: Provides information regarding military and civilian community resources.

Lending Closet: Lends basic household items for temporary use by arriving and departing Soldiers and their Families.

Mobilization and Deployment Readiness Program: Provides training to assist commanders in meeting Family Readiness objectives. Also assists Family Readiness Groups during pre-deployment, deployment and post-deployment periods.

Multicultural Readiness Program: Offers assistance and support to Soldiers and their Families whose primary language is other than English.

New Parent Support Program: Provides home visits, infant care and parenting classes.

Relocation Readiness Program: Newcomer information about Fort Bragg and the surrounding areas; welcome packets/worldwide installation information (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines).

Volunteer (ACS) Program: Learn new skills, meet new people and support the ACS programs by volunteering.

Soldier and Family Assistance Center: A one-stop location for Warriors in Transition and their Families to receive access for obtaining support services.

Survivor Outreach Services: Provides care services to all Families who have suffered the loss of a Soldier. This includes facilitating support groups, coordinating events, as well as, linking Families to community resources and services.

ACS OUTREACH OFFICES

EAST BRAGG OUTREACH

Phone........................................... 396-6198

Fax................................................ 396-2174

CUMBERLAND COUNTY
DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES

Location: 1225 Ramsey Street

Fayetteville, NC

Phone........................................... 677-2934

FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Location: Bldg. 236, Pope AAF

Phone............ 432-3742 or 1-800-457-4636

Fax................................................ 396-6302

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1900

FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT

Location: Fayetteville, NC

Phone........................................... 764-3333

GAVIN HALL, 82ND AIRBORNE

Location: Gavin Hall, 1st Floor

(Next to ID card office)

Phone........................................... 432-4676

Fax................................................ 643-7725

Hours of Operation.................. 0800–1700

ACS Chief...................................... 396-6458

Administrative Section.................. 396-3744

Airborne Attic................................ 907-2842

Army Emergency Relief................ 396-2507

Army Family Action Plan............... 396-4447

Army Family Team Building.......... 396-2382

Army Volunteer Corps
Coordinator............................... 396-2458

Deployment Readiness................ 907-3490

Deployment Hotline............ 1-800-457-4636

Employment Readiness
Program........................... 396-1425/2390

Exceptional Family Member
Program..................................... 907-3395

Family Assistance
Center............................. 1-800-457-4636

Family Advocacy Program........... 396-5521

Financial Readiness Program....... 396-2507

Information & Referral ......... 396-8682/8683

International Readiness
Program..................................... 396-6120

Lending Closet
(Bldg. 8-7006-A)........................ 396-6013

New Parents Support Program.... 396-7951

Relocation Readiness Program.... 907-3507

Soldier & Family Assistance
Center........................................ 643-6652

Survivor Outreach Services......... 396-4306

Victim Advocate 24 Hour
Hotline........................................ 322-3418

Volunteer (ACS) Program.............. 396-8160

ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF (AER)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/army-emergency-relief

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone.................................. 396-2507/7289

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Location: 2nd Floor, Gavin Hall
(by 82nd Airborne HQ)

Phone........................................... 907-5754

Hours of Operation.................. 0900–1600

After Duty Hours: Please call the American Red Cross 1-877-272-7337 (Toll Free) to process travel or other emergencies that cannot wait until the next business day.

Services Provided: AER provides financial assistance to Soldiers and eligible Family members when faced with a valid financial emergency. Assistance will be provided as a no-interest loan, a grant (when appropriate), or a combination loan and grant.

Types of emergencies covered by AER (include but not limited to): non-receipt of or loss of funds, medical, or dental expenses requiring co-payment, funeral expenses for immediate Family member with Military ID card holder, travel expenses related to emergencies, rent, food, utilities, vehicle payments and repairs.

Eligibility

Active duty Soldiers (single or married), and eligible Family members.

National Guard and Reservist Soldiers on active duty (with Title 10 Orders) for more than 30 consecutive days and their eligible Family members.

Soldiers retired from active duty for longevity or physical disability, and their eligible Family members.

National Guard and Reservist Soldiers who retired at age 60, and their eligible Family members.

Surviving spouses, or children of Soldiers who died while on active duty or after they retired.

Procedures for Assistance: Contact unit Command Finance NCO (CFNCO) for individual guidance or visit the Fort Bragg AER Office for instructions and an application packet. Active duty personnel must have their Commanding Officer or First Sergeant review and sign the completed application. Present completed packet, LES and ID card and supporting documents to AER for processing.

Unauthorized Areas of Assistance

Abortions

Bad checks or over drafts

Business ventures

Credit card payments

Continuing assistance

Emergencies resulting from
UCMJ actions

Fines/bails/judgments

Income taxes

Legal expenses

Marriages/divorces

Ordinary leave

Vacations

Vehicle purchase or rental

ARMY FAMILY ACTION PLAN (AFAP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/army-family-action-plan

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone........................................... 396-4447

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: Offers Soldiers, Family members, retirees and civilian employees the opportunity to provide suggestions/solutions to issues effecting their quality of life. Issues are channeled through the Quarterly Installation Town Hall meetings ot the annual AFAP Conference. To submit your issue visit the above website, or visit the AFAP office.

ARMY FAMILY
TEAM BUILDING (AFTB)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/army-family-team-building

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone............................... 396-AFTB (2382)

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: Provides key training for Family members, Soldiers and civilians, which enhance one’s basic knowledge of the military lifestyle, as well as development of personal and leadership skills.

ARMY VOLUNTEER
CORPS COORDINATOR (AVCC)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/army-volunteer-corps

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone........................................... 396-8160

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: Volunteers support the installation mission in various capacities. The AVCC assists volunteer organizations/managers with recruitment/placement utilizing the web-based DA Volunteer Management System (VMIS); provides training guidance for volunteer recognition. The ACS Volunteer Coordinator provides opportunities within ACS programs.

EMPLOYMENT
READINESS PROGRAM (ERP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/employment-readiness

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone............. 396-2390/1425 or 907-3421

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

The Employment Readiness Program is a one-stop for employment and job search information, community resources, educational and volunteer opportunities. Walk-ins welcomed; appointments available if needed.

Listed below are a few of the services the program provides

Computer lab

Daily job listings

Education and career planning assistance

Individual assistance

Interview preparation

Job search assistance

Referrals

Resume assistance

Workshops/Classes

EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY
MEMBER PROGRAM (EFMP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/exceptional-family-members

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone..... 907-3395, 643-6993 or 396-2749

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided

Parent education resources and recreation events for Exceptional Family Members.

Support Groups

Information & referrals to on or off post agencies regarding medical, educational and mental health resources.

Assistance with deletions & deferments.

Educational & medical advocacy for special needs.

Systems Navigation to provide non-clinical case management for EFMP Families during in/out-processing.

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM (FAP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/family-advocacy

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone........................................... 396-5521

Fax................................................ 907-3048

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Mission: Answer questions and fill any needs related to parenting or relationships. Provide information on help, support, training, and treatment. All post personnel are required to report suspected instances of partner or child abuse or neglect the Military Police (MP) at 396-0321. Call us if we can help!

Services Provided

Wide variety of parenting and relationship workshops with free childcare. Call 396-5521 or go to www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/family-advocacy to register.

New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is offered to Army Families to enhance parent and infant attachment, increase knowledge of child development. NPSP will provide connections to support services that allow parents to become nurturing and capable caregivers. The NPSP staff consists of registered nurses and licensed social workers who provide in-home parenting education, support and resource linkage. Even if you are not a NEW parent you still qualify for participation in NPSP! Army Families that are pregnant or with children up to the age of three years are eligible for NPSP services. Call 396-5521 for more information. All services are completely voluntary and free of charge.

24 Hour Victim’s Hotline (322-3418) to provide information, referral, and direct support to persons involved in an abusive relationship. Trained advocates are available 24 hours a day to answer questions and help victims come up with solutions, and direct help to become safe. You do NOT have to give your name when calling for help!

Family Advocacy Program Briefings to units and leaders. Fort Bragg policy requires all units to receive annual Family Advocacy briefings and all Commanders and First Sergeants are required to receive training on the Family Advocacy Program within 45 days of assuming command. Call 396-5521 go to www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/family-advocacy to register.

Help for victims of partner abuse or sexual assault:

Military Police Desk............. 396-0391/0392

Fort Bragg 24 Hour Victim’s
Hotline........................................ 322-3418

WAMC Family Member
Behavioral Health...................... 907-7869

WAMC Emergency Room............ 907-6559

Fayetteville Family Justice
Center........................................ 433-1352

Fayetteville Domestic Violence
Shelter....................................... 677-2532

Fayetteville Rape Crisis
Center........................................ 485-7273

Child Abuse or Neglect
Reporting................................... 677-2450

Chaplains Hotline................. 396-1121/1122

Domestic Abuse
Hotline............................ 1-800-799-SAFE

Military OneSource............. 1-800-464-8107

To Report Suspected Abuse

Military Police 396-0391/0392
(on post) or call 911

WAMC Department of
Social Work............................... 907-7869

Cumberland County Department
of Social Services...................... 677-2450

Worried about privacy? If you are a Soldier and a victim of couples violence you can get private help/information. Contact the Fort Bragg Victim’s Hotline at 322-3418, a healthcare provider, or Chaplain. If you are still concerned about your privacy call the Fort Bragg Victim’s Hotline and don’t give your name; you will still get help.

Additional Family Resources

Marriage and Family Counseling

Unit Chaplain

(contact unit for phone number)

WAMC Department of
Social Work............................... 907-7869

82nd — Robinson Clinic............... 907-8282

Joel Clinic...................................... 907-9073

Clark Clinic.................................... 907-9670

Tricare......... 1-877-Tricare (874-2273)

Military OneSource............. 1-800-464-8107

www.militaryonesource.com

user id............................................ military

password................................ onesource

Parenting Classes (All Ages)

Family Advocacy Program........... 396-5521

New Parent Support Program...... 396-5521

Marital Enrichment Classes

Family Advocacy Program........... 396-5521

Watters Family Life Center............ 396-6564

FINANCIAL
READINESS PROGRAM (FRP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/financial-readiness

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone.................................. 396-2507/7289

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Location: 2nd Floor, Gavin Hall

(By 82nd Airborne HQ)

Phone........................................... 907-5754

Hours of Operation.................. 0900–1600

Services Provided: Professional financial counselors provide a variety of financial services to military members and Families. Individual counseling, budget preparation and debt reduction planning are all available by appointment. We regularly work with personnel to resolve consumer complaints and provide education on consumer issues.

We offer a full range of classes to include Personal Financial Management Training, Savings and Investment, Checkbook Management and Budget and Debt Management. Classes can be customized and brought on-site to fulfill unit training requirements. We support FRGs and other groups upon request.

COMMERCIAL SOLICITATION

Services Provided: Serves as the initial point of contact for anyone wishing to conduct business on the installation. The Solicitation office provides information to ensure compliance with:

Installation policy as well as Department of Defense and Army regulations.

Accepts applications for solicitation permits. All those conducting business on the installation must have a current permit. Flyers and banners for installation events are reviewed for compliance and approved for circulation.

INFORMATION &
REFERRAL PROGRAM (I&R)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/information-referral

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone 396-8682/8683
or 1-800-958-4759

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: Your one-stop information center on programs and services located in the Fort Bragg and Fayetteville communities. Our goal is to keep Soldiers and Family members aware of all services available and to provide confidential referral information to the appropriate agencies when necessary. Printed resource materials are available, such as maps, phonebooks and much more.

LENDING CLOSET/
AIRBORNE ATTIC

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/airborne-attic

Location: Bldg. 8-7006-A

Corner of Letterman & Ord Streets

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1630

Lending Closet

Phone........................................... 396-6013

Services Provided: Items such as pots, pans, dishes, irons, ironing boards, and small kitchen appliances are available for temporary loan. Items are provided on a loan basis for two weeks. Exception to policy is required for any extension beyond two weeks. Service is provided for active duty Soldiers and Family members PSCing or ETSing from the Army.

Airborne Attic (AA)

Phone................................ 907-ATIC (2842)

Services Provided: For Soldiers E-4* and below, and their immediate Family members. The Airborne Attic provides household items, furniture, appliances, etc., where there is a need or an emergency. A command referral letter is necessary for large household items. The letter can be picked up at the Attic. *Exception to policy can be made for Soldiers E-5 and above.

The Airborne Attic operates completely from donations. Items have been generously donated to the Attic from the community: fellow Soldiers, businesses and other organizations. These items are then inventoried and organized for distribution to Soldiers and Families in need of assistance. Your donations are tax deductable. ACS schedules pick-ups of large item donations the first Thursday of each month, both on and off post. Call 907-ATIC (2842) to schedule your pick-up. You may drop off your donations at the Attic on Tuesday and Thursday between the hours of 0800–1630.

MOBILIZATION &
DEPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/mobilization-deployment

Location: Bldg. 236, Interceptor Road
Pope Army Airfield

Phone........................................... 432-3742

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–2000

Services Provided: Mobilization and Deployment Readiness program provides assistance to Soldiers, civilians and Family members to maintain individual readiness throughout the Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) cycle. Operation Resources for Educating about Deployment and You (Operation READY) training program assists commanders in meeting Family readiness objectives. Operation READY includes training modules and resource books especially designed to help Soldiers and their Families cope with the personal, Family, and financialdemands of deployment. Operation Ready materials also provide training and resources to Commanders, Rear Detachment cadre, Family Readiness Group (FRG) leaders and Family Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA). Mobilization and Deployment responds to world and national emergencies, providing assistance during natural and manmade disasters and for Noncombatant Evacuation and Repatriation operations. Case managers are assigned throughout the operation to maintain contact with Families and support until Families return home or no longer require any services.

The Family Assistance Center (FAC) may also be established to provide assistance during emergencies. The FAC offers a one stop site where Army personnel and Families can receive continuous support and assistance, authoritative and accurate information in a sensitive, timely and effective manner.

The Family Readiness Center (FRC) is maintained and operated by Mobilization and Deployment. The FRC is a place especially for FRGs and Families (but of course, we welcome Soldiers too!). Family members have priority for making quick copies, accessing the internet, or hosting a FRG meeting. The center has ample space for Family focused meetings; whether it’s a small group or a large sized meeting for 500. The FRC has a Kids on Site childcare facility. Kids on Site is staffed by CYSS and is available, with reservations from FRGs, when a meeting, briefing or training is being conducted in the center.

MULTICULTURAL
Readiness Program

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/multicultural-readiness

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone........................................... 396-6120

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: Assistance and support to Soldiers and their Families whose primary language is other than English. Resources and information provided on English as a Second Language (ESL), Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS), how to obtain a driver’s license, Social Security Card, or an Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN), and ACS classes.

THE MULTI-COMPONENT
FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/multi-component-family-support-network

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone........................................... 396-8683

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: Provides the Army Family with support where they live. The Multi-Component Family Support Network supports the Family needs and provides consistent Family services during extended deployments to the Active Army, mobilized National Guard and United States Army Reserve Families regardless of their component or location.

RELOCATION
READINESS PROGRAM (RRP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/relocation-readiness

Location: 3rd Floor, Bldg. 4-2843

Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive

Phone...................... 907-3507 or 396-8682

Fax................................................ 396-8401

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: Provides information including housing, childcare, hospitals, major unit listings, etc., and contacts for installations worldwide.

You can also visit the following website: www.militaryonesource.mil/moving

Hearts Apart: To assist Waiting Families of deployed Soldiers or Soldiers serving on unaccompanied tours to obtain information, maintain support, and stay abreast of available services regardless of their location.

Newcomers Orientation and Bus Tour: To introduce services and gain familiarity with Family Programs offered through the Fort Bragg Installation and surrounding area.

Pre-departure and Settling-In Services:Provides a wide variety of information, answers questions, and referral to the appropriate agencies.

Sponsorship Training: Designed to minimize the difficulties of relocation.

Welcome Packets: Outlining all that a Newcomer would need to know about Fort Bragg and Fayetteville area.

SOLDIER & FAMILY
ASSISTANCE CENTER

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/soldier-family-assistance-center

Location: Bldg. 4-2133, Normandy Drive

Phone.......... 432-SFAC (7322) or 643-6653

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: A one stop location for Soldiers assigned to the Warrior Transition Battalion. The SFAC is available to Soldiers and their Families to receive access to pertinent support services.

SURVIVOR OUTREACH SERVICES

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/survivor-outreach-services

Location: Bldg. 2-1361

Corner of Knox and Macomb Streets

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800-1700

Phone........................................... 396-0384

Services Provided

Education briefings

Financial counseling

Gold Star Installation access cards (DA 1602)

Social and special events

Support groups

Survivor decals

Survivor Sentinel — Newsletter for Survivors

Assist with information and referral to agencies specific to Survivor needs

Mentorship, community and command level briefings and training opportunities, volunteer opportunities

Other Information: Survivor Outreach Services advocate on behalf of all Families who have suffered the loss of a Soldier and educate the community about the Survivor Outreach Services Program. The program strives to build a unified support program which embraces and reassures Survivors that they are continually linked to the Army Family for as long as they desire. We provide an avenue of resources to include support groups, monthly newsletters, information briefs, and social activities.

Army Substance Abuse Program

www.acsap.army.mil

Location: Ground Floor, Wing B-C-1

Bldg.4-2843, Soldier Support Center

Normandy Drive

Phone........................................... 396-4100

Fax................................................ 396-8296

Administrative Offices.......... 396-7879/1234

Preventive Education.................... 432-3340

Urinalysis Lab...................... 396-3081/7071

Employee Assistance Program
(EAP).......................................... 396-5784

Soldier Risk Reduction 432-5059/908-0935

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0800–1700

Services Provided: Substance abuse prevention classes, urinalysis testing, EAP referral for Department of Army civilians, military Family members, retirees and their Family members to appropriate medicalfacilities; and Soldier Risk Reduction Consultation.

ASAP i: 82nd ASAP
Treatment Center

Location: 4569 Campobello Street

(Bldg. C-2529)

Phone.................................. 907-5786/5769

Authorized Patrons: 1st BCT, 4th BCY, HHBN, 82nd ABN, 82nd CAB

ASAP II: Bragg West
ASAP Treatment Center

Location: 5373 Gruber Road

(Bldg. C-8837)

Phone........................................... 908-6008

Authorized Patrons: 2nd BCT, 3rd BCT, 18th Fires BDE

ASAP III: Smoke Bomb Hill
ASAP Treatment Center

Location: 3219 Kedenburg Street

(Bldg. 5964)

Phone........................................... 908-5938

Authorized Patrons: 108th ADA, USASOC, MISOC, 20th ENG

ASAP IV: Bragg East
ASAP Treatment Center

Location: 2235 Quartermaster Street (Bldg. M-2562)

Phone.................................. 908-5957/5965

Authorized Patrons: 525th BFSB, 16th, 82nd STB, 44th MED BDE, 1st TSC, WAMC/WTB, FORSCOM/USARC

Services Provided: These four centers serve Soldiers requiring evaluation and counseling for alcohol and drug problems. By calling one of the above numbers, depending on the area the Soldier’s unit falls within, a counselor will be assigned, an appointment made for evaluation, and instructions given for required forms.

Alcoholics Anonymous 678-8733 (off post)

Arts and Crafts Center

www.fortbraggmwr.com/recreation/arts-and-crafts

Frame & Design Arts

Location: 794 Armistead Street, Pope AAF

Phone........................................... 394-4192

Hours of Operation

Monday, Tuesday & Friday....... 1000–1700

Wednesday & Thursday ........... 1000–1900

Friday......................................... 1000–1800

Saturday & Sunday.......................... Closed

Services Provided: Offers a wide range of classes such as: picture framing, art, clay, silver, etc. Full class listing available at the website. Professional services include: custom framing and matting, shadowboxes, awards, engraving, glass etching and more.

The Arts Council of Fayetteville

www.theartscouncil.com

Email: admin@theartscouncil.com

Location: 301 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC

Phone........................................... 323-1776

Fax................................................ 323-1727

Hours of Operation

Monday–Thursday.................... 0900–1700

Friday......................................... 0830–1200

Saturday..................................... 1200–1600

Sunday............................................. Closed

Services Provided

Arts and cultural activities

Educational programs in local schools and community centers; produce “Artists in Schools” book containing artists from all disciplines for performance.

Fourth Fridays — downtown gallery crawl

Annual Juried Fine Art competition

Annual Juried Photo competition

Funding for arts programs and artists through Regional Artists Grants. Operating and Project Support Grants.

International Folk Festival — outdoor arts and cultural festival on the last Sunday in September.

Dickens Holiday — fun and shopping for the whole Family on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

Maintain gallery space at Throckmorton Library

Other Information: The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County nurtures, advocates, and celebrates the Arts in the Fayetteville and Cumberland County metro region. Our special events and programs can only happen with the assistance of terrific volunteers. If you are interested in our volunteer opportunities please contact us.

Association of Bragg Spouses

www.facebook.com/FortBraggABS

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 73625

Fort Bragg, NC 28307

Email: FortBraggABOS@gmail.com

Authorized Patrons

Active Members: Active duty military members and their spouses residing in the Fort Bragg area.

Associate Members

Retired military and spouses

Unmarried widows and widowers

Dependents (over 18 years) of active duty, retired or deceased military members

Foreign officers on active duty and spouse

National Guard and Reserve and spouses

Services Provided: The ABS provides welfare, as well as opportunities for social, cultural and creative pursuits, while supporting worthwhile service and community projects. We are known for our scholarship program, which provides high school and continuing education students with funds to further their education. These funds are earned through fund-raising projects and/or obtained through donations from private businesses. The monthly membership programs are usually conducted at the Fort Bragg Club. Two major fund-raisers are also held, beginning with the Yule Mart Craft Fair in November, followed by a second held in the spring.

Auto Skills Centers

www.fortbraggmwr.com/recreation/auto-skills-centers

EAST BRAGG AUTO SKILL CENTER

Location: Bldg. F-4334

Corner of B & Lane Streets

Phone........................................... 396-1486

Fax................................................ 396-1885

Hours of Operation

Monday, Wednesday & Friday. 1100–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0900–1630

Tuesdays & holidays........................ Closed

Services Provided: This center offers “do-it-yourself” mechanics a place to work on their automobiles with the guidance of experienced mechanics and reference manuals. This center has state-of-the-art equipment for use.

POV RESALE LOT

Location: Corner of Chute & Glider Streets

Phone........................................... 396-8665

You must register with the East Bragg Auto Skill Shop (above) in order to get a permit to place a vehicle on the lot. The cost is $15. Vehicles must have a current state registration.

REC PLEX AUTO SKILLS CENTER

www.fortbraggmwrcom/recreation/auto-skills-centers

Location: 794 Armistead Street, Pope AAF

Phone........................................... 394-2293

Hours of Operation

Tuesday–Friday......................... 1100–2000

Saturday..................................... 0900–1700

Monday, Sunday & holidays............ Closed

Services Provided: Assisting self-help mechanics and is dedicated to teaching those with no automotive mechanical experience how to service and repair their own vehicles. Automotive lifts, a sand blaster, tire changer, tools, brake lathe and other equipment is available for customers use.

Car Wash: Offers a two (2) stall car wash, one is manual and the other is an automatic state-of-the-art, no touch.

Resale Lot: Our resale lot is on Reilly Road. We house anything from motorcycles to RVs. Cost is $15/month.

RV Lot: Large RV lot to store your RVs, boats and trailers of any size (30 feet+). All areas are secured with 24/7 access to all of your items. Spots are available on a first come/first serve basis. We are the only RV lot available on Post (Fort Bragg and PopeAAF).

Automotive Services

BUTNER ROAD EXPRESS/PUMP

Location: Bldg. AT-3686, Butner Road

Phone........................................... 436-1600

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0600–2200

Saturday..................................... 0800–2300

Sunday....................................... 0900–2200

CAR WASH

Location: Longstreet & Gruber Road

Hours of Operation........... Open 24 hours

Location: Mallone Plaza

Hours of Operation........... Open 24 hours

FIRESTONE TIRE & SERVICE CENTER

Location: Butner Road

Behind the North Post PX

Phone........................ 497-2141/2142/2143

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–1900

Saturday..................................... 0700–1800

Sunday....................................... 0800–1700

PATRIOT EXPRESS/PUMP

Location: Bldg. F-1231, Gruber Road

Phone........................................... 436-2050

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0700–1700

Saturday–Sunday............................ Closed

PINES EXPRESS
SHOPPETTE/GAS STATION

Location: Bldg. 2-2650 (South Post PX)

4227 Hefner Road

Phone........................................... 436-0612

Hours of Operation

Monday–Saturday..................... 0700–2200

Sunday....................................... 0900–2100

POPE EXPRESS

Location: Bldg. 400, Armistead Street

Phone........................................... 394-2492

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0630–2300

Saturday..................................... 0830–1600

Sunday............................................. Closed

OLD GLORY EXPRESS/
CLASS VI/BLACK’S TIRE

Location: Bldg. H-4401

Reilly & Gruber Roads

Phone........................................... 436-4380

Hours of Operation for pumps:

Monday–Friday.......................... 0600–2000

Saturday–Sunday...................... 0800–2000

Black’s Tire Service

Tires.............................................. 339-3012

Service Bays................................ 339-3006

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday.......................... 0730–1800

Saturday..................................... 0800–1700

Sunday....................................... 1000–1700


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