Fort Bragg Community

Readiness

Readiness

EMPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM (ERP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/employment-readiness

Location: 3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843 Normandy Drive
Phone: 396-2390/1425 or 907-3421

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday | 0800-1700

The Employment Readiness Program is your 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

  • Individual assistance
  • Daily job listings
  • Referrals
  • Workshops/Classes
  • Resume assistance
  • Job search assistance
  • Interview preparation
  • Education and career planning assistance
  • Computer lab

FINANCIAL READINESS
PROGRAM (FRP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/financial-readiness

Location: 3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843, Normandy Drive
Phone: 396-2507/907-3670

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday | 0900-1630

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. Financial Readiness leads to Family Readiness!

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.

MOBILIZATION & DEPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/mobilization-deployment

Location: FRG Center, 236 Interceptor Road, Pope Army Airfield
Phone: 432-3742

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday | 0800-2000

Services Provided: Mobilization and Deployment Readiness & Stability and Support Operations (SSO) program provides community readiness assistance in instances of deployment and emergency situations. This includes training for Family Readiness Group (FRG) Volunteers, Care Teams, Family Readiness Liaisons (FRLs), and Commanders and Rear Detachment Commanders. We provide Deployment Support throughout the Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) cycle. Mobilization and Deployment Readiness (MDR) is also responsible for operating an Emergency Family Assistance Center (E-FAC) in the case of an all hazards event. We serve as case managers for requests for emergency assistance through the Army Disaster Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (ADPASS) for those who can’t get to the FAC. We also provide support to Soldiers and Families during Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations (NEO) and Repatriation. MDR is housed in The Family Readiness Group Center (FRGC). This is a state-of-the-art facility, featuring a fully integrated audio/visual system with VTC, with a mission of providing support to FRGs, FRLs, and commanders with the Total Army Family Support Program. It has two classrooms that can accommodate 48 people each and three large conference rooms that can hold up to 150 each. These three rooms can be expanded to one room with a maximum capacity of 450. It is an excellent place to conduct your FRG meetings or resource fairs. The FRGC also has a computer lab with 18 stations that is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The FRGC shares operating space with a fully functional child care facility that is available for operation during unit FRG events upon request.

MULTICULTURAL
READINESS PROGRAM

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/international-readiness

Location: 3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843, 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.

RELOCATION
READINESS PROGRAM (RRP)

www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/relocation-readiness

Location: 3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843, Normandy Drive
Phone: 907-3507 or 396-8682/8683 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 website below:

www.militaryinstallations.dod.mil/pls/psgprod/f?p=MI:ENTRY:0

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.

 

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