Fort Campbell Community
Other Community Resources
Armed Services YMCA Family Center
3068 Reed Ave.
Hours: 9am to 3pm Monday through Friday
The Armed Services YMCA provides hands-on, innovative, specialized programs and support services to military service members and their families with a particular focus on junior-enlisted men and women. Programs are offered at low cost and require no dues or membership fees. The programs, services, and events we provide are designed to help the family come together, stay together, and can adjust, bounce back, and thrive wherever the services send them. Our signature program includes: Playgroups, Operation Hero After School Mentoring, Little Hero Early Learning Program, Teddy’s Child Watch and the Backdoor Boutique.
2304 Indiana Ave.
Shopping Hours: 11am to 3pm Tuesday through Thursday
Donation Hours: 10am to 3pm Monday through Friday
The Backdoor Boutique offers free and low-cost items to military families E1-E5. Because of community support and donations, junior enlisted families can shop weekly. Clothing, books, toys, household items and essentials, food and furniture can be obtained.
DIVISION AND GARRISON CHAPLAIN’S OFFICE
3108 Indiana Ave.
Staff Duty Chaplain: 270-798-6124
Emergency Care: During Duty Hours call: 270-798-CARE (2273): After Duty Hours call Division Staff Duty at: 270-798-9193 and ask for the On Call Duty Chaplain
Fort Campbell is home to 60 chaplains of varying denominations who provide chapel programs to Soldiers, family members and authorized civilians.
Fort Campbell also includes seven chapels and various unit offices. Fourteen worship services are conducted each weekend along with religious education programs. There is also a full complement of Bible studies, prayer breakfasts, luncheons and special religious observances.
In addition to personal, religious, crisis and family counseling, the office also hosts unit retreats, family life retreats, spiritual adventure training and spiritual enrichment programs – each designed to meet the various religious needs of the Fort Campbell community. Youth programs are provided and designed to give young people a chance to enhance their spiritual lives.
Multi-Faith Worship and Religious Education
The Religious Education Office provides information about all Fort Campbell religious education programs, such as religious education classes, Sunday schools, chapel youth and adult groups, Bible study groups, sacramental preparation and confirmation, and ecumenical support for Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim and Earth Based Nature Centric Polytheistic faiths.
The Religious Education Office also maintains an excellent library of books and audio and video resources, including reference books, self-development books and videos, self-guided study materials, movies, and children’s books and videos. All materials are available to assist Soldiers and family members with their personal, spiritual growth. They can also be used as preparation materials for teachers, catechists and lay leaders in chapel programs.
YOUTH OF FORT CAMPBELL
Building 3112 Indiana Avenue
The chapel-sponsored youth program is open to all Fort Campbell students, grades seven to 12. For more information, please call the Garrison Chaplain’s Office.
EMERGENCY CRISIS HOTLINE
The Division and Installation Chaplain’s Office provides an emergency care hotline. This extension should be used for emergency calls only. Emergency Care: During Duty Hours call: 270-798-CARE (2273): After Duty Hours call Division Staff Duty at: 270-798-9193 and ask for the On Call Duty Chaplain.
Chaplain Family Life Center
Building 3106 Indiana Avenue
The Chaplain Family Life Center operates from a theological base and focuses on ministry to Army families with a particular emphasis on wellness.
The mission of the center is fourfold:
- Promote family wellness by providing pastorally oriented family enrichment programs.
- Provide pastorally oriented family life programs focusing on the preventive aspect of family wellness.
- Provide specific interventions to assist Army families coping with the stresses of military and family life through pastoral care and counseling.
- Provide training in Family Life ministry.
A partial listing of activities offered at the center include: marriage enrichment workshops, parenting workshops, family wellness workshops and a stressed family members support group with workshops aimed at the reduction of stress and enhancement of personal growth. The Family Life Center chaplain, who has extensive training in individual, marriage and family counseling, also provides pastoral care and counseling.
Fort Campbell Spouses’ Club
The Fort Campbell Spouses’ Club (FCSC) is a nonprofit, social, charitable and educational organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for military families and the surrounding communities.
Open to all active-duty and retired spouses, the FCSC offers military spouses an opportunity to develop friendships, integrate with the community and provides an additional source of strength to the Army family.
The FCSC raises funds throughout the year, in its dedication to improving the lives of Soldiers and families in and around the Fort Campbell area. All money raised goes toward welfare grants, to nonprofits that serve the greater Fort Campbell and military communities, and scholarships to graduating high school seniors and family members of military personnel accepted into higher education programs.
Spouses who are interested in becoming part of the organization can find more information at www.ftcampbellspousesclub.com, their Facebook page or send inquiries to email@example.com
Fort Campbell Spouses’ Club
P.O. Box 106
Fort Campbell, KY 42223