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RAPE CRISIS

Ft Bragg Rape Crisis and Swimming Pools Rape Crisis

www.rapecrisisonline.org

Location: 515 Ramsey, Fayetteville, NC 28311
Phone 485-7273
Fax 485-1365

Services Provided: The primary mission of Rape Crisis Volunteers of Cumberland County (RCVCC) is to provide crisis intervention to sexual assault victims and their families, 24 hours per day, 365 days a year in the greater Cumberland County area. Under direct services RCVCC provides 24 hours per day crisis hotline, companionship, victim advocacy, in-house counseling and support groups, and companionship throughout the criminal justice procedure. All services provided by RCVCC are confidential and free. RCVCC also provides community education and awareness programs to local schools, businesses, civic groups, military bases and the community at large. In-house training is also provided for medical personnel, law enforcement officers, counselors and social workers.

RECEPTION COMPANY

FORT BRAGG RECEPTION COMPANY

Location: Bldg. 4-1437, Corner of Normandy and Reilly Streets
Phone 396-4250/2656/5863/9716

Service Provided: The following information is to assist you and your Family upon arrival and when in-processing Fort Bragg. Currently, the Fort Bragg Reception Company is a 24-hour operation servicing all Permanent Party Soldiers to include XVIII Airborne Corps, 82nd Airborne Division, USASOC, tenant units, and Active Guard Reserve (AGR) as well as all students coming here to attend any USAJFKSWC courses.

RECREATION AREAS

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SMITH LAKE RECREATION AREA

http://bragg.armymwr.com/us/bragg/programs/smith-lake-recreation-area

Location: Bldg. Q-2812, Smith Lake Rd.
Phone Office: 396-5979
Hours:
Office:
Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 0800-1700
Tuesday – Wednesday Closed

Note: Fees are charged for entrance.

PICNIC PAVILLIONS

Pavilions are available for unit or organizations to reserve for large groups. Call the office for info on fee or visit the website above.

ARMY TRAVEL CAMPGROUND

Location: Smith Lake
Hours:
Open year round; daily; 24 hour access.

Authorized Patrons: DoD ID Cardholders and their guests

Services Provided:
  • Bath houses with individual bath rooms
  • Sewage dump station, complimentary for registered campground guests
  • Complimentary ice for campground guests
  • Coin operated washers and dryers
  • Fishing on the north side of the lake; Fort Bragg and NC fishing permit required, no motorized watercraft
  • Mountain bike and hiking trails; Bike rentals available
  • Park and picnic areas with ADA playgrounds, volleyball and basketball courts (fees may apply)
  • Seasonal lake front operation; Swimming, paddle boat/canoe rental (fees apply)
  • At this time, we don’t offer WiFi or cable; we apologize for the inconvenience
Options
  • Primitive Tent Camping
  • RV Sites
  • Small Primitive Log Cabins
  • Large Log Cabins
Small and Large Cabin Information
  • Our small cabins sleep up to 4 and are equipped with 1 double bed, 1 set of bunk beds, a small fridge and microwave, a table and 4 chairs.
  • Our large cabins sleep up to 8 and feature 2 bedrooms (1 double bed, 1 set of bunk beds), a loft (futon sleeper), a living area (futon sleeper), a full size bathroom and kitchenette with a table and 4 chairs (a minimum 2 night stay is required).
  • All cabins are air-conditioned/heated. Smoking is not permitted in the cabins. Must bring own sheets, blankets, pillows and towels.
  • No pets are allowed. Violators will be asked to remove the pet immediately, and an additional $100 fee will be charged.
MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS

Location: Smith Lake Boundary Road
Phone 396-5979
Hours:
Daily sun up to sun down

Authorized patrons: Open to general public

Services Provided: Rider registration required with fee payable at Smith Lake Recreation Area Office. Trail consists of three trail loops: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Trail map and riding rules are posted at the trail head. All Fort Bragg regulations and laws apply in this area and are enforced by Military Police and Game Wardens.

PARK/BEACH NOTICE: DUE TO SUSTAINED DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE MATTHEW, SMITH LAKE BEACH WAS CLOSED FOR 2017.

CALL OR VISIT THEIR WEBSITE FOR UPDATES.

Hours:

Opens Memorial Day Weekend/closes Labor Day
Monday – Wednesday Closed
Thursday – Sunday 1100-1800

PICNIC PAVILLIONS

Pavilions are available for unit or organizations to reserve for large groups. Call the office for info on fees.

PARKS ON FORT BRAGG/POPE AAF

http://bragg.armymwr.com/programs/parks

WILSON PARK

Location: Butner Road, McFayden Pond
Phone 396-5979

Services Provided: Wilson Park is open to the public and does not require a reservation for use. First come first serve! Families may have picnics and use the playground. Rules are posted at the park. Bathrooms are available and maintained by Smith Lake.

WOODLAND/FLIGHTLINE PARKS

Location: Pope AAF
Phone 394-2293

Call for reservations and more info.

Services Provided: Woodland Park is the largest on Pope Army Air Field, perfect for units, squadrons, FRG functions of 1500+ guests. This park provides ample parking and is accessible off of Armistead Street.

Woodland Park offers many amenities such as Pavilions with BBQ grills, water and electricity supply, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pit and brand-new Americans’ With Disability Act (ADA) compliant playground area.

Flightline Park: If you enjoy watching airplanes land and takeoff then this park is for you. Tucked away in the back of Pope Army Air Field near Manchester gate this is the perfect place to hold small and medium events. This medium size park has six Pavilions with BBQ grills, electricity, a new Americans’ With Disability Act (ADA) compliant playground area and a newly constructed parking area.

CLAY TARGET CENTER

http://bragg.armymwr.com/programs/clay-target-center

Location: 651 E. Manchester Rd. (Highway 87 North to Manchester Road, turn right and continue ½ mile to sign.)
Phone 436-9489
Fax 436-5946
Hours:
Monday – Thursday Closed
Friday – Sunday 1000-1800

Services Provided:

  • 12 competition level skeet fields
  • Voice release system for trap
  • 6 fields overlaid with trap
  • Instruction free for members, fee is charged for non-members.
  • Snack bar and pro shop on site
  • Lighted ranges
  • Shotguns available to rent
  • Outdoor pavilion (equipped with PA system)
  • 26 partial service RV sites
  • $20.00 per night for full RV hookup
  • Reservations accepted 30-60 days out only for shooting events

FORT FISHER AIR FORCE RECREATION AREA

http://www.ftfishermilrec.com

Location: Kure Beach, NC
Phone 910-458-6549
Reservations
Fax 910-458-6298

Services Provided: Recreational area near Wilmington for active or retired military personnel, DoD civilians, and their families. Offers cottages, mobile homes, rooms, RV camp for daily or weekly rental. Has a restaurant, gift shop, convenience store, recreation hall, outdoor swimming pool, public beach access, and much more. Call for rates and more information.

RECREATION EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT CENTER

http://bragg.armymwr.com/us/bragg/programs/recreation-equipment-checkout-center

Location: Bldg. Q-5144, Smith Lake Road
Phone 396-7060 or 643-8421
Fax 396-1675

Hours:
Summer Schedule (April 1- Sept. 30)
Monday 0700-1700
Tuesday 0800-1700
Wednesday 0800-1200
Thursday 0800-1700
Friday 0800-1800
Saturday 0900-1300
Sunday Closed
Winter Schedule (Oct. 1-March 31)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 0800-1700
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday Closed

Services Provided: Recreation Equipment Checkout has an extensive list of equipment available for a variety of activities and needs.

Equipment available:

  • Campers
  • Canoes & kayaks
  • Moon bouncers
  • Climbing wall
  • Picnic & party equipment
  • Canopy tents
  • Tables & chairs
  • Grills & super cookers
  • Dunk tank
  • Lawn and garden equipment

Also offers unit safety briefings. Propane is available for sale.

CLELAND SKATING RINK/SKATE BOARD PARK

http://bragg.armymwr.com/programs/cleland-ice-and-inline-skating-rink

CLELAND ICE RINK

Location: Bldg. 3-1606, Reilly Road (north of Longstreet)
Phone 396-5127
Fax 396-3555
Hours:
Hours vary, please call
(Times may vary depending on activities being sponsored)

Services Provided:
  • Open to the public
  • Public ice skating lessons
  • Learn to skate
  • Adult/youth hockey leagues
  • Open Hockey
  • Private Ice Rental
  • Skate sharpening services
  • Birthday parties
CLELAND IN-LINE SKATING RINK/SKATEBOARD PARK

Location: Bldg. 3-1606, Reilly Road (north of Longstreet)
Phone 396-5127
Fax 396-3555
Hours:
Spring/Summer (Apr-Sep)
Daily 1000-2000
Fall/Winter (Oct/Mar)
Daily 1000-1800

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

HELMETS ARE REQUIRED.

BMX BIKES ARE NOT ALLOWED.

USE OF SKATEPARK FACILITY IS AT YOUR OWN RISK; SKATING SESSIONS ARE UNSUPERVISED.

RECYCLING INFORMATION

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DIRECTORATE OF PUBLIC WORKS, ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE BRANCH

BRAGG ABOUT RECYCLING

https://www.bragg.army.mil/index.php/about/garrison/directorate-public-works/environmental-division/environmental-compliance/recycling

Location: Bldg. 3-1137, off of Reilly & Butner Roads (in the DPW compound)
Phone 396-5323
Program Manager 396-3372
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0730-1600

Services Provided: Materials are collected, baled, and marketed to recycling brokers and mills in an effort to reduce and reuse materials being disposed of in our landfills.

FORT BRAGG LANDFILL

Location: Longstreet Road, (before ACP)

The landfill recycles mixed metals, aluminum, cardboard, concertina wire, concrete, wood, tree and yard waste, and pallets. The grinding of wood waste has resulted in mulch suitable for landscaping and is available to unit and activities on post.

CARDBOARD

Cardboard is a significant percentage of the waste stream and can be recycled at many locations on Fort Bragg. Slotted bins are conveniently located at the following locations:

  • North Post Commissary
  • South Post Commissary
  • Mini Mall
  • Landfill
  • Recycle Center
NEWSPAPER/MAGAZINES

The Raleigh News and Observer provides and services green collection containers for recovery of newspapers and magazines. Containers are located at the following locations:

  • North Post Exchange
  • North Post Class V
  • Main Post Office
  • Pines Class VI

**Magazines and newspapers may also be dropped off at the Environmental Office.

RED CROSS

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FORT BRAGG OFFICE

https://www.bragg.army.mil/index.php/my-fort-bragg/all-services/american-red-cross

Location: Bldg. 1-1139, Macomb and Hamilton Streets
Phone 396-1231 ext. 3
Fax 369-6489
Emergency/After Hours 877-272-7337
(toll free 24/7/365)
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1630

Services Provided: American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) serves as a link between the military and civilian communities. They provide emergency communications between Soldiers and their families in times of crisis. To initiate a Red Cross Message please call 1-877-272-7337, this is the Red Cross “Armed Forces Emergency Service Center”, or call our local office. Please give the Soldier’s name, rank, Social Security number, date of birth and military unit. The message will be sent via their Commanding Officer. Soldiers can contact the National Messaging Center directly to inquire about the status of a Red Cross message. Emergency Leave and Army Emergency Relief (AER) are usually unavailable without Red Cross validation. Please contact the Red Cross if you have further questions. To schedule a brief for a Family Readiness Group or a unit pre-deployment please send an email to Bragg@redcross.org.

RED CROSS @ WOMACK

Location: Womack Army Medical Center, ground floor
Phone 907-7124
Fax 907-8899
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1600

RED CROSS (HIGHLANDS CHAPTER)

http://www.redcross.org/

Location: 807 Carol Street, Fayetteville (next to Sycamore Square Shopping Center off of Bragg Boulevard)
Phone 867-8151
Emergency/After Hours 877-272-7337
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0830-1700

To inquire about Health and Safety to include CPR/First Aid, Babysitting Certification and Water Safety please visit: www.redcross.org/en/takeaclass Or call 800-733-2767. Volunteer opportunities are available; please contact one of our offices.

RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES

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GARRISON CHAPLAIN’S OFFICE/RELIGIOUS SUPPORT OFFICE

Location: Bldg. 2-1114, Jackson Street
Phone 396-1121
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0900-1200 & 1300-1700
In case of emergency, the on-call Duty Chaplain may be reached by dialing 910-580-1457.

Authorized Patrons: Active duty military, family members, authorized DoD civilians, and retirees.

Services Provided:

  • Distinctive Religious Group Worship
  • Religious education, including youth ministry
  • Counseling
  • Personal/Family Resiliency Programs
  • Retreat Programs
  • Chaplain Training

Points of Contact: Information concerning unit/chapel activities and programs should be obtained from appropriate office. Telephone numbers for chapels and Major Subordinate Command (MSC) Chaplains are listed below:

CHAPELS

MAIN POST CHAPEL

Location: Bldg. 1-1510, Sedgewick Street
Phone 643-8812/8813

AIRBORNE ARTILLERY MEMORIAL CHAPEL

Location: Bldg. D-3733, Ardennes Street
Phone 432-3218

ALL AMERICAN MEMORIAL

Location: Bldg. C-7242, Ardennes Street
Phone 907-0110

DIVISION MEMORIAL

Location: Bldg. C-5332, Ardennes Street
Phone 432-1903

HOPE CHAPEL

Location: Bldg. MT-205, 5th & Watson Street
Phone 396-2776

JFK MEMORIAL

Location: Bldg. D-3116, Ardennes Street
Phone 432-9705

PEACE CHAPEL

Location: Bldg. MT – 6205, 5th & Watson Street
Phone 643-4060

POPE CHAPEL ANNEX

Location: 317 Sonic Street, Pope AAF
Phone None

SMOKE BOMB HILL CHAPEL

Location: Bldg. H – 3554, Sapper and Gruber Streets
Phone 396-2711

WOMACK AMC CHAPEL

Location: Bldg. 4-2817, Reilly Road
Phone 907-7729

WOOD MEMORIAL CHAPEL

Location: Bldg. C-8755, Ardennes Street
Phone 432-1930

RELIGIOUS SUPPORT TEAMS

Phone:

Corps Chaplain’s Office 396-1122
Garrison Chaplain’s Office 396-1121
1st Theater Support Command (TSC) 396-7303
108th ADA 908-5666
16th MP 907-4169
82nd Sustainment Brigade 643-4060
20th Engineer Brigade 396-2711
44th Medical Brigade 396-6178
82nd Airborne Division 432-1903
525th MIB 907-2810
FORSCOM 570-7818/7801
USARC 570-8070/8067
USASOC 432-4594/8308

WATTERS CENTER FOR FAMILY LIFE

Location: Bldg. 317, Corner of Knox & Randolph Streets
Phone 396-6564
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0900-1630

Authorized Patrons: Active-duty Soldiers and their Family members; Reserve and National Guard Soldiers on active duty and their Family members; retirees and their Family members; and DoD civilians and their Family members are eligible as resources permit.

Services Provided:

  • Marriage and Family Pastoral Counseling
  • Family Wellness Program
  • Marriage Enrichment Programs
  • Counseling training for Chaplains
  • Referral Source for Chaplains
  • Watters Center Facility Management

*Note: The Watters Center facility is available for Religious Activities. The center may be scheduled through your unit chaplain.

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Location: Pope Chapel, 315 Ethridge Street, Pope AAF
Phone 394-1351/1886
Hours:
Monday – Thursday 0900-1700

Authorized Patrons: Active-duty Soldiers and their Family members; Reserve and National Guard Soldiers on active duty and their Family members; retirees and their Family members; and DoD civilians and their Family members are eligible as resources permit.

Services Provided:

  • Buddhist, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, Protestant and Wiccan Religious Education programs for all ages
  • Post-wide Junior High and Senior High Youth Programs
  • Catholic and Protestant Scripture studies
  • Marriage Preparation (Catholic)
  • Baptism Classes (Catholic)
  • Adult Education programs
  • Summer Vacation Bible Schools
  • Volunteer Teacher Training Classes

PROTESTANT SUNDAY WORSHIP

AIRBORNE ARTILLERYMEMORIAL CHAPEL*

Bldg. D-3733, Ardennes St.
Time 1100

ALL AMERICAN CHAPEL*

Bldg. C-7242, Ardennes St.
Time 1100

DIVISION MEMORIAL CHAPEL* (CHAPEL NEXT)

Bldg. C-5332, Ardennes St.
Time 1100

JFK MEMORIAL CHAPEL* (TRADITIONAL)

Bldg. D-3116, Ardennes
Time 1100

MAIN POST CHAPEL*

Bldg. 1-1510, Sedgewick St.
Time 1000

OUTDOOR CHURCH

Smith Lake
Time 1000

POPE CHAPEL*(CHRIST THE KING FELLOWSHIP)

315 Ethridge Street
Time 0900

WOOD MEMORIAL* (GOSPEL SERVICE)

Bldg. D-8755, Ardennes St.
Time 1100

*Children’s Church provided

PROTESTANT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION/YOUTH

http://www.facebook.com/FtBraggRSO

http://bragg.army.mil/chaplin/

For more info, please call 396-1121

PROTESTANT YOUTHOF THE CHAPEL

http://www.facebook.com/FtBraggRSO

http://bragg.army.mil/chaplin/

Location: Division Memorial Chapel, Bldg. C-5332, Ardennes St.
Hours:
Sunday 1815
Middle and High School youth 396-1121

CATHOLIC

CATHOLIC EDUCATION

Location: Bowley Elementary School
Hours:
Sunday 1045-1230
(Faith Formation Adults)

CATHOLIC YOUTH OF THE CHAPEL

Location: All American Chapel
Hours:
Sunday 1500
For Middle and High School youth
For more information, call 396-1121

RCIA/ADULT EDUCATION

Location: Pope Chapel
Hours:
Tuesday 1830

CATHOLIC WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL (CWOC)

Location: All American Chapel
Hours:
Thursday 0930-1200
Location: Pope Chapel
Hours:
Thursday 1900-2100

CONFESSION/RECONCILIATION

Location: All American Chapel
Hours:
Sunday 1630

Location: Pope Chapel
Date/Time:
Monday – Friday 1130

Location: All American Chapel
Hours:
Saturday 1630

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

Location: Pope Chapel
Hours:
Wednesday 1130

MASS

Location: All American Chapel
Hours:
Saturday 1700
Sunday 0900
Sunday 1700

Location: Womack Army Medical Center Chapel
Hours:
Sunday 1030
Wednesday 1130

Location: Main Post Chapel
Hours:
Sunday 1130

Location: Pope Chapel (Bilingual – Spanish/English)
Hours:
Sunday 1330
Monday – Friday 1200

ROSARY

Location: Pope Chapel
Hours:
Monday – Friday 1230

DISTINCTIVE RELIGIOUS FAITH GROUPS

BUDDHIST SERVICE

Location: Pope Chapel
Hours:
Third Saturday of each month 1300
For more information call 396-1121

ISLAMIC SERVICES

Location: Pope Chapel Annex
Hours:
Friday 1215 & 1315
For more information, call 396-1121

JEWISH SERVICE

Location: Watters Center, Bldg. 317, Knox & Randolph Sts.
Hours:
Friday 1830
For more information, call 396-1121

WICCAN SERVICE

Location: Watters Center, Bldg. 317, Knox & Randolph Sts.
Hours:
Thursday 1900
Information, call 396-1121

RETIREE SERVICE OFFICE (RSO)

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Location: 1st floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive
Phone 396-5304/8591 or 800-535-6067
Fax 396-3747
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0900-1600 by appt. only

Services Provided: Responsible for providing services to both active duty Soldiers assigned to Fort Bragg and to all Army retirees and their family members residing in the state of North Carolina. Upon request, provides individual counseling on retirement rights, retirement pay, Dual Compensation, Civil Service Reform Act, benefits and privileges. Special assistance is provided with preparations and submission of Board of Corrections of military record cases. In conjunction with the servicing legal office, counsels active and retired Soldiers, spouses, and former spouses on the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act. Specialized administrative and counseling services are provided to widows of both active duty and retired Soldiers. Offers assistance to the future retiree in the form of pre retirement briefings, administers the Survivor Benefit Plan at the installation level.

SCHOOL/EDUCATION INFORMATION

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FORT BRAGG SCHOOLS

Location: 4958 Bastogne Dr. Bldg. B-4951
Phone 907-0200
Fax 907-1404
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1600

Overview: The Fort Bragg School System is composed of one primary school (pre-K – 1st grade), one intermediate school (2nd – 5th grade), five elementary schools (pre-K – 5th grade), two middle schools (6th-8th grades). Students in grades nine through twelve attend high schools in Cumberland or Harnett Counties. (See below for Cumberland County Schools) Each school under the direction of Fort Bragg School system is fully accredited by ADvancED.

Special Education: One of the most unique aspects of Fort Bragg Schools is the work done with special needs children. The Special Education Program offers a full continuum of services to include consultation, inclusion, resource rooms, self-contained classes, and homebound instruction. Eligible students receive services from Speech/Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Psychologists. An extended school year is available to students who demonstrate significant regression and recoupment issues.

Fort Bragg School Board: Being a school board member is a serious responsibility but one that offers significant rewards-the primary reward being the opportunity to actively participate in the process of educating our children. However, unlike the school boards in the Local Education Authority (LEA), DDESS school boards act purely in an advisory capacity, providing input to the Superintendent and administrators in the areas of fiscal, personnel and educational policies, procedures and programs. The DDESS school district superintendent makes final decisions on matters affecting the school district. Volunteers provide services and are also offered opportunity to learn first-hand about excellent programs in the schools. For more information about volunteering, contact a school principal nearest you.

FORT BRAGG SCHOOLS

Albritton Middle

Location: 3864 Normandy Drive
Phone 907-0201
Fax 432-4072

BOWLEY ELEMENTARY

Location: 3445 Randolph Street
Phone 907-0202
Fax 907-3513

DEVERS ELEMENTARY

Location: 3335 Varsity Drive
Phone 907-0204
Fax 396-7374

GORDON ELEMENTARY

Location: 4200 Percy Blvd., Linden Oaks, Cameron, NC
Phone 907-1300
Fax 907-3504

HAMPTON PRIMARY

Location: 4503 Honeycutt Road
Phone 907-0205
Fax 908-1190

IRWIN INTERMEDIATE

Location: 91 Rhine Road
Phone 907-0206
Fax 907-1247

POOLE ELEMEMTARY

Location: 3561 Percy Blvd.,
Linden Oaks Housing, Cameron, NC
Phone 907-0209

SHUGHART ELEMENTARY

Location: 4800 Camel Rd., Bldg. L-1017,
Linden Oaks, Cameron, NC
Phone 907-0210
Fax 643-0162

SHUGHART MIDDLE

Location: 4800 Camel Rd., Bldg. L-1017,
Linden Oaks, Cameron, NC
Phone 907-0211
Fax 908-2850

CUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOLS

www.ccs.k12.nc.us/

Location: 2465 Gillespie Street, Fayetteville, NC 28306
Phone 678-2300
Fax 678-2339

Services Provided: Cumberland County has 52 Elementary Schools, 17 Middle Schools, and 17 High Schools. Call or go to the web site for more info on local schools.

SCOUTS

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BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA – HIGHLANDER DISTRICT

http://highlanderdistrict.org/

Authorized Patrons: Everyone with appropriately aged children is an authorized patron.

Services Provided: Offer programs for youth from 7 years through 21 years of age. The primary goal of the program is to build character, citizenship and physical fitness.

Several programs are provided: Tiger Cubs at age 7; Cub Scouts, age 8-11; Boy Scouts, age 11-18; Venture and Exploring Programs, age 14-21. The Exploring and Venturing Programs are co-ed and are open to both boys and girls.

GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA

NC COASTAL PINES GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL, INC.

www.nccoastalpines.org

Location: 894 Elm St., Suite B&C
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Phone 437-9900
Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 0900-1700
Thursday – Friday 0900-1830

Authorized Patrons: Girl scouting is open to all girls, ages 5-17 in grades K-12 and adult volunteers.

Services Provided: In Girl Scouting, girls discover the fun, friendship and power of girls together; build character and skills for success in the real world; develop qualities that will serve girls all their lives – strong values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and self-worth…Girl Scouts – Where Girls Grow Strong.

SOLDIER FOR LIFE: TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SFL/TAP FORMERLY ACAP)

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MAIN SFL/TAP CENTER

Location: 1st floor, Wing C, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center
Normandy Drive
Phone 396-7188/2227
Fax 396-1776
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0830-1600
Federal Holidays Closed

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 SFL/TAP 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 SFL/TAP, Soldier Support Center, 1st floor.

THE SFL/TAP PROCESS

(MANDATORY) PRE-SEPARATION COUNSELING BRIEFING

Go to www.SFL/TAP.army.mil to register and complete the DD Form 2648. After you complete the DD Form 2648, an SFL/TAP Counselor will contact you through email and then you may contact SFL/TAP 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 SFL/TAP Center, Soldier Support Center 1st Floor, Wing C, Soldier Support Center.

(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 & 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 SFL/TAP Center are available for both key leaders and for groups (ODP, NCODP, Retention meetings, etc.)

“Boots to Business” Entrepreneurship Class Phase 1: 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 is free.

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 virtually.

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

SPECIAL EVENTS

Ft Bragg Rape Crisis - Swimming Pools Special Events

Location: 3725 Reilly Road, Bldg. 190, Pope Army Airfield
Phone 396-9126
Fax 396-7224
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0730-1630

Services Provided: The Special Events Branch develops, coordinates, stages and manages quality entertainment programs to include: fairs, holiday activities, concerts and much more. These programs are designed to improve the quality of life within our community.

SPORTS BRANCH

Location: 3725 Reilly Road, Bldg. 190, Pope Army Airfield
Phone 396-1217/1218
Fax 396-1216
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0800-1700

Authorized Patrons: Holders of Military/Government ID Cards

Services Provided: Intramural sports program, women’s sports programs, physical fitness centers, swimming pools, aerobics, aquatics program, and personal trainers.

SWIMMING POOLS

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**Please note: Outdoor pools open late May around Memorial Day and close late September.** Schedules change often due to seasonal activities. Call the pools for hours and for the updated schedules.

OUTDOOR

ATCHLEY POOL

Location: 82nd Area, Tullidge Way & Bastogne Drive
Phone 908-6187

NORMANDY POOL

Location: Fort Bragg Club off of Normandy Drive
Phone 432-5464

TWIN LIONS

Location: Corner of Ardennes & Normandy
Phone 432-7266

INDOOR POOLS

TUCKER INDOOR POOL

Location: Corner of Tullidge Way & Bastogne Street
Phone 908-3198
Hours:
Monday – Friday 0500-2100
Saturday, Sunday & Holidays Call

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