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Army Community Service

Army Community Service offers many programs and services that are designed to equip service members, DOD civilians and families with the skills, knowledge and support they need to face the challenges of military life. Whether you change duty stations, deploy, manage the family during deployment or face a new situation, ACS has a program to help you and your family adjust.

ACS programs and services include Army Family Team Building; career guidance; deployment and mobilization assistance; the Exceptional Family Member Program; financial readiness and assistance; a household goods lending closet; information and referral; the Military & Family Life Counseling Program; relocation readiness; survivor outreach; violence prevention and education; and volunteering opportunities. For more information on ACS programs at Fort Detrick, visit https://detrick.armymwr.com/programs/army.

Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers Program

The BOSS program represents the voice of the single service member. If you’re a single service member, BOSS members advocate for you by advancing quality of life issues on the installation, and in the barracks, to senior leaders on post and throughout the Army. The BOSS program is based on three program pillars: quality of life, community service, and recreation and leisure.

BOSS membership and the program’s available leadership and project management roles enhance promotion packets. Learn more about BOSS and how to become a member at https://detrick.armymwr.com/programs/boss.

Exceptional Family Member Program

The Exceptional Family Member Program is a mandatory enrollment program that works with other military and civilian agencies to provide comprehensive and coordinated community support, housing, educational, medical and personnel services to families with special needs. Soldiers on active duty enroll in the program when they have a family member with a physical, emotional, developmental or intellectual disorder requiring specialized services so their needs can be considered in the military personnel assignment process.

For information, visit https://detrick.armymwr.com/programs/army.

Family Readiness Groups

Family Readiness Groups are organized to provide mutual support for a unit’s family members. Groups serve as a family support system during deployment, but they operate during periods of normal operations as well. Groups operate in close coordination with the affiliated unit and, if convenient, with ACS or the Reserve Component Family Program coordinator’s office. FRGs also serve as an important source of inspiration, training and support to empower Army families to increase and enhance their self-reliance.

For more information, visit https://detrick.armymwr.com/programs/army.

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