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Updated July

2014






JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS – FORT EUSTIS

COMMUNITY RESOURCE GUIDE


Published for the Joint Base Langley-Eustis Installation, United States Army Center for Initial Military Training (USACIMT), McDonald Army Health Center, 733rd Mission Support Group, 128th Aviation Brigade, 7th Sustainment, 93rd Signal Brigade and Tenant Organizations. Proponent for this document is the Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE) Community Health Promotion Council (CHPC). Contact information and updates:

757-501-70xx or 757-501-7043.


darlean.m.basuedayva.ctr@mail.mil or joanne.r.dillard,ctr@mail.mil






















Introduction
Joint Base Langley-Eustis is committed to building a strong and healthy community that supports Military Service Members, Families, DA Civilians, and Retirees. The Joint Base Langley-Eustis Community Resource Guide is a reference tool for contacting agencies responsible for providing Families assistance. Off-post agencies are occasionally listed to provide a full range of resources available within the Langley-Eustis (or say Newport News/Hampton) area.

HOW THIS RESOURCE GUIDE IS ORGANIZED

The Community Resource Guide is organized as a reference tool for individuals to contact agencies that offer support in different areas. Please use the table of contents to identify a topic and locate available resources in the community. Each page/section is organized as follows:



  1. Topic listed

  2. Primary staff agencies responsible for assistance in providing services

  3. All services available with brief description, address and phone number


UNDERSTANDING INTERVENTIONS & PREVENTIONS

An intervention is an orchestrated attempt by one, or often, many people (usually Family and friends) to get someone to seek professional help with an addiction or some kind of traumatic event or crisis. The term intervention is most often used when the traumatic event involves addiction to alcohol, drugs, suicidal ideations or other items.


A prevention is a program of activities directed at improving general well-being and often involving specific protection for selected purposes or diseases, such as immunization; while primary prevention is the avoidance of the onset of disease by behavior modification (e.g. limiting alcohol intake) or treatment (e.g. routing childhood immunization).

NEWCOMERS ORIENTATION

If you are new to Joint Base Langley-Eustis or you are returning after spending time away from the installation your first stop should be the Newcomers Orientation The Relocation Readiness Program has partnered with In-processing and conducts an over-all briefing of ACS services to Soldiers and Family Members every other month starting in January at the Ft. Eustis Club 1000-1130, date are on the ACS calendar. Free onsite childcare is provided; no preregistration required. 6 weeks to 12 years in the summer, up to 5 years old during school months. The newcomers’ orientation is designed to welcome and inform newly arrived Soldiers and Family members of the many Family support services available on Joint Base Langley-Eustis and surrounding communities. Soldiers and Families can visit many of the programs during the orientation. For more information visit http://www.eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-10-33/relocation-readiness, additional information can be obtained from (757) 878-2563. Offered to Soldiers, Family Members and DoD Civilians.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction 2

Newcomer’s orientation 2



ABuse and neglect

Alcohol and substance abuse 6

child related issues/abuse 7

Domestic violence 7

Sexual assault/rape 8

child/youth services

adoption 9

babysitting/cpr training 10

childcare 10

children: rearing/parenting skills/mentoring 12

safety car seat safety 13

schools and school transition support 13

special needs 16

youth/teen programs 17

counseling

anger management 18

career counseling 20

caregiver mental health and wellbeing 21

caregiver support 22

casualty assistance 23

combat stress 24

counseling: children/families/marital/individual 25

crisis management 26

deaths/grief & loss 26

Pastoral Counseling 28

substance Abuse 28

Support Groups 29

concessions/personal services

alterations 38

barber shop 38

barracks phones 38

beauty shop 38

exchange mobile center 38

gamestop 38

gifts and more 39

gnc 39

gun counter 39


laundromat 39

military clothing store 39

optical shop 39

optometry 39

patriot outfitters 39

post exchange (px) 39

speciality shop 40


Education and training

adult education 40

employment/volunteer services 40

english as a second language 44

finances 44

resiliency training 45



family support

deers 46


divorce 46

deployment readiness 47

family readiness group 48

food stamps/food assistance 48

survivor outreach 54

fitness

civilian fitness program 56

physical fitness facilities 56

weight management 57


installation support

animals/boarding 58

casualty assistance 60

consumer protection 60

dining 60

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 63

id/cac card processing 63

jble – eustis express 63

housing/lodging 63

inspector general 65

legal 65

police/fire department 69

post services 70

provost marshall 71

public affairs office 72

safety 72

transportation/automotive 73

travel 76

weapons registration 79


medical services

mcdonald army health center 81

clinics 82

dental 93

optometry 95

ptsd/tbi 96

tricare 97

women’s health 98



military transition

employment assistance 99

in/out processing 99

medical board/ides 100

moving (PCS) 101

passports 101


personnel 102

relocation assistance 105

retirement services 107

sponsorship 109

utilities 109

veterans services 111

wounded warriors 114

recreation

better opportunities for single soldiers (BOSS) 117

recreation and leisure 117

trips and leisure 126



spiritual support/religious services

emergency religious support 126

martial assistance 127

religious education 127

worship services 128

suicide prevention

Suicide prevention 13008301



index 132

appendices

phone directory 136


Abuse and Neglect
Alcohol and Substance Abuse
Army Substance Abuse Program (Clinical Program)

664 Darcy Place, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-1674

Hours of Operation: M, Tu, W, Fri 0730-1600; Closed for Training on Thursdays



Intervention and Treatment Services: The Army Substance Abuse Program offers services for alcohol and drug abuse problems. It is the primary clinic for Soldiers at Fort Eustis. Group and individual counseling is available.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, 2nd Floor, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-2924

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1630



Education & Prevention Services: A wide range of prevention/education classes are available for Soldiers.
Tidewater Intergroup Council of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

757-490-3980 (24 Hours)



http://www.tidewaterintergroup.org/

Intervention and Treatment Services: Provides support services to Alcoholics in the Hampton Roads area. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees associated with AA membership. Their primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Local Resources for AA Meetings

Newport News: 757-595-1212

Hampton: 757-595-1212

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

http://www.aa.org/

Prevention and Intervention Services: Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Child Related Issues and Abuse
Fort Eustis Abuse reporting: 757-878-0122, after hours 757-764-6800

Military Police: 757-878-4555

Virginia Child Protection Hotline: 1-800-552-7096

DoD Child Abuse Safety and Violation Hotline 1-800-336-4592


Installation Provost Marshal Office U.S. Army MP

648 Washington Boulevard, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-4555

Hours of Operation: 24/7



Services: reporting any and all suspected child abuse violations
663d Medical Group Langley

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-0807; Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7 Helpline) 757-637-4035


Prevention and Intervention Services: Family Advocacy Program provides interviews, assessments, intervention, and treatment and case management for Families involved with child abuse. Some of the treatment services available include: Anger Management Group, Stress Management Group, Parenting Classes, and Child/Family Counseling.

Domestic Violence
Fort Eustis Abuse reporting: 757-878-0122, after hours 757-764-6800

Military Police: 757-878-4555


Installation Provost Marshal Office U.S. Army MP

648 Washington Boulevard, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-4555

Hours of Operation: 24/7



Services: Reporting any and all suspected domestic abuse violations

663d Medical Group Langley

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-0807; Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7 Helpline) 757-637-4035



Education and Prevention Services: FAP provides the following classes and group sessions for Families: Anger Management Group, Stress Management Group, Women’s Support Groups, Couples Communication, Spouse Abuse Prevention Conflict Resolution, and Victim Advocacy for abused Family members.
Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis VA 23604

Crisis Line (24/7) 757-637-4035

Education and Intervention Services: Victim advocates are on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, non-judgmental support, assistance in securing medical treatment for injuries, information on legal rights and proceedings, and referrals to military and civilian resources.

Sexual Assault/Prevention Response (SHARP)

210 Dillon Circle, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-268-8967 (24 Hours)


http://www.jble.af.mil/sexualassaultpreventioncenter.asp

Education and Prevention Services: This Army Support Activity provides comprehensive prevention, training and victim assistance for active duty and family members over the age of eighteen (18).

Sexual Assault/Rape

Fort Eustis Abuse reporting: 757-878-0122, after hours 757-764-6800

Military Police: 757-878-4555
Installation Provost Marshal Office U.S. Army MP

648 Washington Boulevard, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-4555

Hours of Operation: 24/7



Services: Reporting any and all suspected Sexual Assault/Rape violations
663d Medical Group Langley

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-0807; Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7 Helpline) 757-637-4035



Education and Prevention Services: FAP provides the following classes and group sessions for Families: Anger Management Group, Stress Management Group, Women’s Support Groups, Couples Communication, Spouse Abuse Prevention Conflict Resolution, and Victim Advocacy for abused Family members.

Sexual Assault/Prevention Response (SHARP)

210 Dillon Circle, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-268-8967 (24 hours)

http://mcdonald.narmc.amedd.army.mil/pages/SexualAssault.aspx

Education and Prevention Services: This Army Support Activity provides comprehensive prevention, training and victim assistance for active duty and family members over the age of eighteen (18).

Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

Crisis Line: 757-637-4035 (24/7)

Education and Intervention Services: Victim advocates are on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, non-judgmental support, assistance in securing medical treatment for injuries, information on legal rights and proceedings, and referrals to military and civilian resources.
RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)

1-800-656-HOPE



http://www.rainn.org/

Support Services: RAINN operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline providing free, confidential advice 24/7.

Child and Youth Services
Adoption
Office of the Staff Judge Advocate

2732 Madison Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-2205

Hours of Operation:



Services: Provide legal assistance to Soldiers and their Families in Adoption. When you come to your appointment, please bring any documentation you may have pertaining to your case.

National Military Family Association

http://www.militaryfamily.org/your-benefits/adoption

Services: The National Military Family Association provides an overview on reimbursement, leave and healthcare benefits when pursuing adoption.
Administration for Children & Families

http://www.childwelfare.gov/pubs/f_milita.cfm

Services: The Administration for Children & Families provides a useful factsheet that provides the basic information to help military Families learn about the adoption process.

Babysitting/CPR Training

Babysitter List

Bldg. 650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-4025

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730 – 1630



Services: Parent Central Services Office maintains a list of registered babysitters in the Fort Eustis area.
Red Cross/CPR Training

1323 W Pembroke Avenue, Hampton, VA 23661

757-838-7320

http://www.redcross.org/va/hampton

Services: Offers training in lifeguarding, small craft safety, swimming, water safety education, babysitting, childcare, family caregiving, medical career training, nurse assistant training, pet first aid, bloodborne pathogens, family first aid, first aid (CPR, AED for lay responders), first aid (CPR, AED for professional rescuers), HIV/AIDS prevention education, emergency preparedness education, youth courses, and instructor training.
Childcare
Child, Youth and School Services (Parent Central Services)

Bldg. 650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-4025/1564

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730 – 1630



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-06-50/central-registration

Services: Offers assistance to Families in locating childcare for their specific needs for both traditional and non-traditional childcare and maintains several facilities on the installation for childcare purposes. Registration and enrollment of children in all CYSS programs is done at the Parent Central Services office. Parent Central is a one-stop registration point for the Child Development Center (CDC), Family Child Care(FCC), School Age Programs(SAP) Middle School/Teen(MS/T), Sports and Fitness(S&F), SKIES Unlimited, Youth

Programs(YP), and Outreach Services(OS).
Child Development Centers (CDC)

Madison Avenue Child Development Center

Bldg. 926 Madison Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

727-878-4000/3294


Pershing Avenue Child Development Center

Bldg. 1140 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-4723/3072

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 530 – 1800



Services: Madison and Pershing CDC offer full-day and hourly care to the Fort Eustis community for ages four (4) weeks to five (5) years. They also provide preschool and pre-kindergarten programs.
Family Child Care (FCC)

Bldg. 925 Madison Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-5584

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0800 -1700



Services: FCC offers small multi-age group care in a home environment. FCC professionals provide a variety of home care options for children age 4 weeks to 12 years old.
School Age Program (formerly SAP)

Bldg. 925 Madison Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-5339

Hours of Operation: Mon, Tu, Th, and Fri 0530- 0900 and 1500 – 1800; Wed 0530 – 0900 and 1200 – 1800



Services: The Fort Eustis School Age Program offers before and after school care and hourly care for children from first through fifth grades during the school year and full day care during school-out days and vacations.

Russ Child Development Center

17 Burrell Loop Road, Langley AFB, VA 23665

757-764-3585

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0630 – 1800


http://www.fsslangley.com

Services: Russ Child Development Center offer full-day and hourly care to the Langley community for ages six (6) weeks to five (5) years. They also provide preschool and pre-kindergarten programs.

Child Care Aware of America (formerly NACCRRA -Army Fee Assistance Program Administrator)

www.armyfeeassistancenaccrra.org/

1-800-424-2246

Email inquiries: msp@usa.childcareaware.org

Services: Child Care Aware® of America is our nation’s leading voice for child care. We work with state and local Child Care Resource and Referral agencies (CCR&Rs) and other community partners to ensure that all families have access to quality, affordable child care. Since 2004, Installation Management Command (IMCOM) G9 Family and MWR Programs have offered Army Child Care Fee Assistance programs. The Fee Assistance programs have been 08administered by NACCRRA and by The General Services Administration (GSA).

For general program eligibility, please view our program description page. Additional eligibility requirements may vary by program. Below is a list of common eligibility requirements for Army Families:


  • Fee assistance programs are provided for children ages birth through 12 years.
  • The Service Member’s spouse must be working at least 16 hours per week or enrolled in school for at least 6 undergraduate credit hours or 3 graduate credit hours for the OMCC(Operation: Military Child Care), MCCYN (Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood), ACCYN (Army Child Care in Your Neighborhood) or ASPYN (Army School Age Programs in Your Neighborhood) programs. Temporary assistance is available for spouses who are seeking employment.


All programs require families to use a provider with a state child care license who has been inspected within the last 12 months. For the MCCYN program, providers must meet additional  high quality standards.

Preschool Partners/Smart Beginnings Virginia Peninsula

321 Main Street, Ste A, Newport News, VA 23601

757-240-2731

www.preschoolpartnersva.org

Services: Fee assistance programs are provided for children ages birth to 12 years. The Service Member’s spouse must be working or enrolled in school for the OMCC (Operation: Military Child Care), MCCYN (Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood), ACCYN (Army Child Care in Your Neighborhood) or ASPYN (Army School Age Programs in Your Neighborhood) programs. Temporary assistance is available for spouses who are seeking employment. All programs require families to use a provider with a state child care license who has been inspected within the last 12 months. For the MCCYN program, providers must meet additional high quality standards.


Children: Rearing/Parenting Skills/Mentoring
663d Medical Group Langley

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-0807; Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7 Helpline) 757-637-4035



Education and Prevention Services: FAP provides the following classes and group sessions for Families: Anger Management Group, Stress Management Group, Women’s Support Groups, Couples Communication, Spouse Abuse Prevention Conflict Resolution, and Victim Advocacy for abused Family members.
Safety Car Seat Inspection

733 CED Fort Eustis Fire and Emergency Services

648 Washington Boulevard, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-787-4281 x321


Services: The Ft. Eustis fire department is available to inspect your child car seat or booster for proper installation in your car. No appointment is necessary.
Newport News Fire Station (any)

Hours of operation: 0800 – 2000

Seven days a week

Hampton Health Department

3130 Victoria Blvd, Hampton, VA 23661

Contact: Ms. Ruby Gatling

757-727-1172, ext. 139



Services: The Hampton Health Department is available to inspect your child car seat or booster for proper installation in your car. Please call the above number to schedule an appointment.
Hampton Police Department

40 Lincoln Street, Hampton, VA 23669

Contact: Officer Michael Butler

757-727-6097, ext. 7017



Services: The Hampton Police Department is available to inspect your child car seat or booster for proper installation in your car. Please call the above number to schedule an appointment.
Schools and School Transition Support
Fort Eustis School Liaison

Bldg. 650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-3514

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730 – 1630



Services: Assists parents with information and advocates on behalf of the student both on and off post schools. Provides support related to various issues for grades K-12.

General Stanford Elementary School

929 Madison Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-888-3200


http://generalstanford.nn.k12.va.us/

Hours of Operation: 0730 – 1615; Monday - Friday



Services: General Stanford Elementary School is located on Fort Eustis and is part of the Newport News Public Schools District. It provides education to students starting at kindergarten through fifth grade.
Chesapeake Public School District
312 Cedar Road, Chesapeake, VA 23322
(757) 547-0153

http://www.cpschools.com/index.php

Services: Chesapeake City School District consists of 28 elementary schools, 10 middle schools and 7 high schools for students residing in Chesapeake, VA. The district does provide preschool for at risk and special needs children.
Hampton City Public School District

1 Franklin Street, Hampton, VA 23669

757-727-2000

http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/

Services: Hampton City School District consists of 19 elementary schools, 2 PreK-8 schools, 5 middle schools and 6 high schools for students residing in Hampton, VA. Kindergarten is a full day program and the district does provide preschool for at risk and special needs children.
Newport News Public School District

12465 Warwick Boulevard, Newport News, VA 23603

757-591-4500

http://www.nnschools.org/

Services: Newport News School District consists of 24 elementary schools, 8 middle schools and 6 high schools for students residing in Newport News, VA. Kindergarten is a full day program and the district does provide preschool for at risk and special needs children.

Norfolk Public School District

800 East City Hall Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23510

757-628-3830

http://www.nps.k12.va.us/

Services: Norfolk Public Schools includes 37 Elementary Schools, 9 Middle Schools and 5 High Schools. Kindergarten is a full day program and the district does provide preschool for at risk and special needs children.
Poquoson City Public Schools
500 City Hall Avenue, Poquoson, Virginia 23662
(757) 868-3055

http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us/pages/Poquoson_City_Public_Schools

Services: Poquoson City Public Schools includes one Elementary School, one Middle School and one High School. The district does provide preschool for at risk and special needs children.


Portsmouth Public Schools
801 Crawford St, Portsmouth, VA 23704
(757) 393-8742

http://pps.k12.va.us/

Services: Portsmouth Public Schools includes three high schools, three middle schools, 13 elementary schools, four Pre-K Centers, an alternative school, an adult learning center, and a Career and Technical Education Office at the Portsmouth Campus of TCC. 
Suffolk Public Schools
100 N. Main Street, Suffolk, VA 23434
(757) 925-6750

http://www.spsk12.net/

Services: Suffolk Public Schools includes 14 Elementary Schools, 4 Middle Schools and 3 High Schools. Kindergarten is a full day program and the district does provide preschool for at risk and special needs children.

Virginia Beach City Public Schools
2512 George Mason Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23456
(757) 263-1000

http://vbschools.com/

Services: Virginia Beach Public Schools include 56 Elementary Schools, 15 Middle Schools, 14 High Schools and 6 Special Purpose Schools (Advance Programs Schools). Virginia Beach City Public Schools offers half-day classes for children who will be five-years old on or before September 30 of the upcoming school year. Virginia Beach residents have an educational resource - Early Discoveries - made possible through the Virginia Preschool Initiative. This program benefits four-year-old children at risk of educational failure and not currently enrolled in a preschool program.
Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools

117 Ironbound Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185

757-565-9383

http://www.edline.net/pages/WJCC

Services: Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools consists of 9 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and 3 high schools for students residing in Williamsburg-James City County. Kindergarten is a full day program and the school division does provide preschool for at risk and special needs children.


York County School Division

302 Dare Road, Yorktown, Virginia 23692

757-898-0300

http://yorkcountyschools.org/

Services: York County School Division consists of 11 elementary schools, 4 middle schools and 6 high schools for students residing in York County. Kindergarten is a full day program and the school division does provide preschool for at risk and special needs children.

SAFE SCHOOL Hotline (Hampton)

757-727-2255



http://www.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us/departments/studentservices/studentservices.html

Prevention Services: The Department of Student Services works to ensure that Hampton City Schools is able to provide the best education possible in schools that are free of disruption, conflicts or violence. While working in partnership with law enforcement, fire officials, courts, social services, partners and the greater community, the department develops ways to keep school safe where teachers can focus on teaching and students can focus on learning. 
Newport News Public Schools Crime Line

757-591-3800



http://sbo.nn.k12.va.us/bullying/

Prevention Services: NNPS has put programs in place to ensure our students have a safe and nurturing environment in which to learn. But our partnership of students, parents, family members and others is the most important link in this effort. We invite anyone who knows of a bullying or other safety concern in our schools to contact us so that we can work together in keeping schools the safest place possible for our children. NNPS Crime Line for students and others to report safety concerns in a confidential manner.
Newport News Public Schools Hotlines:

  • Denbigh  757-283-7876

  • Dozier  757-888-3391

  • Gildersleeve  757- 283-7873

  • Heritage  757-283-7872

  • Huntington 757- 283-7793
  • Menchville 757-283-7877


  • Warwick  757-283-7874

  • Woodside  757-283-7786

Special Needs
McDonald Army Health Center Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

576 Jefferson Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604, Room B-22

757-314-7932

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1630



http://mcdonald.narmc.amedd.army.mil/Pages/PedsEFMP.aspx

Services: The military’s Exceptional Family Member Program is designed to identify Family Members with special needs and make sure that the service member is assigned to a location where the Family member’s medical needs will be met. If someone in your Family qualifies for the program, you are required to enroll in the EFMP.
Army Community Services (ACS) Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-1954

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730 – 1630



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-10-33/exceptional-family-member-program

Services: The Fort Eustis Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program that works in partnership with various military and civilian agencies to provide comprehensive and coordinated support. Army Community Service Exceptional Family Member Program offers advocacy services, IEP assistance, unit/FRG briefings, relocation assistance, and respite care to eligible recipients, support groups, holiday and special events and referrals.

Youth and Teen Programs (Sports and SKIES)

Child, Youth and School Services (Parent Central Services)

Bldg. 650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-4025/1564

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730 – 1630


http://eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-06-50/central-registration

Services: Parent Central is a one-stop registration point for the Child Development Center (CDC), Family Child Care(FCC), School Age Programs(SAP) Middle School/Teen(MS/T), Sports and Fitness(S&F), SKIES Unlimited, Youth Programs(YP), and Outreach Services(OS).

Youth Center (Middle School and Teens)

1102 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-2662

Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday1400 – 1900; Friday 1400 – 2200; Saturday 1200 – 1600



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-06-50/middle-school-teen

Services: Youth Center provides age appropriate programs that are geared to allow your son or daughter to grow as an adult, teaching them resourceful life skills they can us along the way. The center is great place for teens to hang out with friends.
Youth Sports Program

655 Williamson Loop, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-3724

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0800 – 1600



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-06-50/youth-sports-programs

Services: Provides social interaction in a wide range of recreational and developmental activities for youth, grades K-12. Registration and physicals are required for all activities.

School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration and Skills (SKIES)

650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-4025

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730 – 1630


http://eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-06-50/skies-unlimited

Services: SKIES encompasses instructional programs for children and youths that include Sports, Arts, Life Skills and Academic Skills.
Army Family Team Building Program

650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-3129

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730 – 1600



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-10-33/army-family-team-building

Services: AFTB offers personal and professional development classes free of charge to any person associated with the military.
663d Medical Group Langley

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-0807; Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7 Helpline) 757-637-4035



Education and Prevention Services: FAP provides the following classes and group sessions for Families: Anger Management Group, Stress Management Group, Women’s Support Groups, Couples Communication, Spouse Abuse Prevention Conflict Resolution, and Victim Advocacy for abused Family members.

Counseling
Anger Management
McDonald Army Health Center

576 Jefferson Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

Central Hospital Number: 757-314-7500

Hours of operation: Monday-Friday 0730 to 1600



http://mcdonald.narmc.amedd.army.mil/default.aspx

Prevention Services for Adults: Adult Behavioral Health: Local Phone Number: 757-314-7558. Located in the McDonald Army Health Center 576 Jefferson Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA. The Adult Behavioral Health provides behavioral health services to active-duty Soldiers and Family Members on a space available basis. Assistance is available for crisis intervention, anger control, stress management, anxiety and depression.

Installation Family Life Chaplain’s Office

1006 Monroe Road, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878- 2202

Hours of operation: Monday – Friday, Normal Duty Hours



Prevention & Intervention Services: The Fort Eustis Family Life Chaplain provides the following program: Marriage and Family Pastoral Counseling, Family Wellness Program, Marriage Enrichment Programs and Marriage Preparation, Counseling Training for Chaplains.

Military Family Life Consultant (MFLC)

630 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-755-5512; 757-755-5509

Hours of Operation: 0800 – 2000 (Appointments are flexible)



Prevention & Intervention Services: Provide short-term, non-medical counseling for stress, loss, relationships, deployment, more. Private, flexible appointments are available. MFLC is mandated to report child abuse, domestic abuse and threats to life.
663d Medical Group Langley

Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-0807; Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7 Helpline) 757-637-4035



Prevention and Intervention Services: Family Advocacy Program provides interviews, assessments, intervention, and treatment and case management for Families involved with child abuse. Some of the treatment services available include: Anger Management Group, Stress Management Group, Parenting Classes, and Child/Family Counseling.

Family Advocacy Victim Advocates (24/7)

2115 Pershing Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

Crisis Line: 757-637-4035 (24/7)


Education and Intervention Services: Victim advocates are on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, non-judgmental support, assistance in securing medical treatment for injuries, information on legal rights and proceedings, and referrals to military and civilian resources.
Military OneSource Counseling Services

1-800-342-9647



https://www.militaryonesource.com

Prevention and Intervention Services: Military OneSource offers three kinds of short-term, non-medical counseling options to Active-duty, Guard and Reserve members and their families. Military OneSource counseling services are designed to provide service help with short-term issues such as adjustments to situational stressors, stress management, decision making, communication, grief, blended family issues and parenting skills issues. Counseling sessions can be arranged face-to-face, telephone consultation or online consultation.
Career Counseling
Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP)

705 Washington Street, Building 71, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-2881

Hours of operation: Monday-Friday 0800 -1630

Website: https://www.acap.army.mil/acap_centers/

E-mail: acap.eustis@serco-na.com


Transition Services: The Army Career and Alumni Program (ACAP) delivers a world-class transition program for America’s Army that ensures that all eligible transitioners have the knowledge, skills and self-confidence necessary to be competitive and successful in the global workforce. ACAP helps transitioners to make informed career decisions through benefits counseling and employment assistance. ACAP is responsible for delivering both transition assistance and employment assistance services.

Pre-Separation

ACAP provides a wide range of services designed to make transition an easy and successful experience. The key to transition success is knowledge of those services and a firm understanding of how to use them. All tansitioning Soldiers are required to visit the ACAP Center prior to departing the Army. Military personnel will receive services by attending a mandatory pre-separation briefing no less than 90 days prior to separation. During the briefing, Soldiers learn about their benefits and rights, as well as the services that are available. During the briefing Soldiers are introduced to the DD form 2648 “Pre-Separation Counseling Checklist” and assisted in its completion. This form helps Soldiers to identify their needs and develop a personal plan for securing the help to meet those needs.




ACS Employment Readiness Program (ERP)

Bldg. 650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-3638

http://eustismwr.com/index.php/2011-11-16-17-10-33/employment-readiness

Hours of operation: Monday-Friday 0730 – 1630



Services: Provides career development, job search resources, and job referral services for Soldiers and family members. ERP offers weekly job search orientation, resume writing and federal employment workshops, and a weekly e-mailing of local job listing within the area.

Virginia Employment Commission (VEC)

600 Butler Farm Road, Suite B, Hampton, VA 23666

757-865-5800

Hours of Operation: Mon, Tu, Th, and Fri 0830-1700; Wed 0930-1700



http://www.vec.virginia.gov/

Servicing areas: Gloucester County, Hampton City, Newport News City, Poquoson City, and York County


Transition Services: To promote economic growth and stability by delivering and coordinating workforce services to include: policy development; job placement services; temporary income support; workforce information; and transition and training services.
Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) Human Resource Office

670 Lee Street, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-5100; Fax 757-826-3708

312-826-5100 DSN; DSN Fax 312-826-3708



www.eustis.army.mi./cpac

www.NAFJOBS.org (to view current job openings)

Hours of operation: Monday-Friday 0800 – 1600



Services: Dedicated to providing excellent staffing and customer service in support of Joint Base Langley-Eustis Force Support Division Services.
Caregiver Mental Health and Wellbeing
Caregiver Support Line

1-855-260-3274



www.caregivers.va.gov

Hours of operation: Monday-Friday 0800-2300; Saturday1030-1800



Services: Connects caregivers with someone who offers answers, instead of endless menu options; local caregiver support can also be found online.

American Red Cross

www.redcross.org

Services: Helps with food, clothing, and shelter, referrals to mental health services (e.g., financial, legal, mental health), respite care for caregivers, and other resources.


Family of a Vet

www.familyofavet.com

Services: Provides free download of “Taking Care of Me” packet and much more information.

Give an Hour


www.giveanhour.org

Services: Offers therapists who have signed up to “give an hour” a week for up to a year; use the “Provider Search” function to find a therapist nearby.
Hearts of Valor

www.operationhomefront.net/servicedetail.aspx?id=1034

Services: Providers female caregiver’s opportunities to build relationships, access resources, and enjoy brief moments of rest and respite.
Military and Family Life Counselor Program

www.militaryonesource.mil/12038/MOS/Booklets/MFLC_Program_Brochure.pdf

Services: Provides support for relationships, stress management, grief, and other challenges; no cost to Active Duty, Guard, Reserve and family members.
Military One Source

www.militaryonesource.mil

Services: Provides in-person and telephonic counseling; special category on “Caring for Injured Service Member.”
Military Pathways

www.militarymentalhealth.org

Services: Provides 24/7 access to free, anonymous online mental health self assessments.
TRICARE Telemental Health Services

www.tricare.mil/livewell/mentalhealth/treatments/telementalhealth

Services: Offers a network of offsite providers who can evaluate, treat and refer you as necessary via video; contract TRICARE regional coordinator to request services.
Vet Centers

www.vetcenter.va.gov

Services: Offers free individual family counseling to eligible Veterans and families at 300 local vet centers.
Caregiver Support

American Red Cross Family Caregiver Courses and Certifications


www.redcross.org/take-a-class

Services: Offers both certified and non-certified training courses.
Building Better Caregivers Workshops

www.caregiver.va.gov

Services: Six-week, highly interactive online small group workshop; total of two hours per week for six weeks; contact local VA Caregiver Support Coordinator to participate.
Caregivers’ Resources (USA.gov)

www.usa.gov/Citizen/Topics/Health/caregivers.html

Services: Helps finding nursing homes, assisted living, or hospice; checks eligibility for benefits; sponsored by General Services Administration.
Caregiver’s Journey

www.traumaticbraininjuryatoz.org

Services: Traumatic Brain Injury Guide for Caregivers of Service members and veterans.
Center of the Study of Traumatic Stress

www.cstsonline.org

Services: Shares research and Courage to Care fact sheets.
Coaching into Care

www.mirecc.va.gov/coaching

Services: Provides support and problem solving assistance and information about available programs and enrolling in VA care
Family Caregiver Alliance National Center for Caregiving

www.familycaregiving101.org

Services: Provides caregiving 101 and fact sheets, discussion groups, telephone conferences, and other educational resources, including Family Care Navigator, which provides state-by-state resources.
Military Family Caregiving Online Training

www.extension.org/militaryfamilies

Services: Provides an interactive learning environment with caregiving skills training, tips, and resources: offered by the Military Family Extension-University of District of Columbia.

My HealtheVet Caregiver Assistance Center

www.myhealth.va.gov/mhv-portal-web

Services: Designed to help caregivers take better care of themselves; offers information on VA benefits and services and community resources.
Next Step in Care (Family Caregivers and Medical Professionals Working Together)

www.nextstepincare.org/Caregiver_Home

Services: Intended for both new and experienced caregivers, the guide offers nine practical first steps new caregivers should take and advice for pacing oneself for the long term.
Easter Seals Caregiver Training Program

www.easterseals.com

Services: Provides training to eligible caregivers on self care, home safety, caregiver skills, veteran personal care, managing difficult behaviors, and support resources.
Casualty Assistance

Casualty Assistance Office

705 Washington Avenue, Suite 132, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

Casualty Operations: 757-878-1118

Mortuary Affairs: 757-878-2686

Memorial Affairs: 757-878-2165

Fax: 757-878-1364

After Hours (Staff Duty Officer): 757-878-5050

After Hours (On-Cell Call): 757-846-3526

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730 -1630

Services: The Army established Casualty Assistance Centers throughout the country to help shepherd families through losing a loved one, or assist a family after a Soldier has been injured. They are tasked with making sure a deceased Soldier is ready for burial, and coordinating the disbursement of benefits to surviving family members.


Areas of Responsibility: Virginia Counties: Gloucester, Isle of Wight, James City, Mathews, Middlesex, Southampton, And York. Independent Virginia Cities: Chesapeake, Franklin, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg.

Combat Stress
Behavioral Health Clinic

757-314-7557/7558 / Bldg. 515 Sternberg Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604 (behind the Health Center)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday – 0730-1630; Active Duty and Reservist on AD status only.

Services: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder classes, Suicide Prevention, Anger Management for adults only, Mental Status Evaluations (MSE) and Command Directed Evaluations (CDE). Walk-ins accepted for Active Duty and Reservist on AD status only.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, 2nd Floor, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-2924

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1630



Education & Prevention Services: A wide range of prevention/education classes are available for Soldiers.

Master Resiliency Training (MRT)

650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-3173

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1630


Services: Education Services: Increase resilience and enhance performance by developing the five dimensions of strength such as the physical, emotional, social, spiritual and Family growth. Learn more about the six resilient competencies to include self-awareness, self-regulation, optimism, mental agility, strength of character, and connection. Army Community Services offers the training and provides Family members with the opportunity to receive the Master Resilience Training Course in its entirety. Spouse Master Resiliency Trainers and Green Suit master Resiliency Trainers are assigned to all units (including tenants) to provide training. Contact your FRSA for more information regarding unit training sessions. For more information about ACS Master Resiliency Training, please call (757) 878-3173.

Military Family Life Consultant (MFLC)

650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-755-5512; 757-755-5509

Hours of Operation: 0800 – 2000 (Appointments are flexible)



Prevention & Intervention Services: Provide short-term, non-medical counseling for stress, loss, relationships, deployment, more. Private, flexible appointments are available. MFLC is mandated to report child abuse, domestic abuse and threats to life.
Military OneSource Counseling Services

1-800-342-9647



https://www.militaryonesource.com

Prevention and Intervention Services: Military OneSource offers three kinds of short-term, non-medical counseling options to Active-duty, Guard and Reserve members and their families. Military OneSource counseling services are designed to provide service help with short-term issues such as adjustments to situational stressors, stress management, decision making, communication, grief, blended family issues and parenting skills issues. Counseling sessions can be arranged face-to-face, telephone consultation or online consultation.
Children/Families/Martial/Individual Counseling
Behavioral Health Clinic

757-314-7557/7558 / Bldg. 515 Sternberg Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604 (behind the Health Center)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday – 0730-1630; Active Duty and Reservist on AD status only.

Services: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder classes, Suicide Prevention, Anger Management for adults only, Mental Status Evaluations (MSE) and Command Directed Evaluations (CDE). Walk-ins accepted for Active Duty and Reservist on AD status only.

Installation Family Life Chaplain’s Office

1006 Monroe Road, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878- 2202

Hours of operation: Monday – Friday, Normal Duty Hours


Prevention & Intervention Services: Conflict Resolution and Anger Management Counseling. Also contact your Unit Chaplain for any and all intervention prevention.
Military Family Life Consultant (MFLC)

650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-755-5512; 757-755-5509

Hours of Operation: 0800 – 2000 (Appointments are flexible)



Prevention & Intervention Services: Provide short-term, non-medical counseling for stress, loss, relationships, deployment, more. Private, flexible appointments are available. MFLC is mandated to report child abuse, domestic abuse and threats to life.
Military OneSource Counseling Services

1-800-342-9647



https://www.militaryonesource.com

Prevention and Intervention Services: Military OneSource offers three kinds of short-term, non-medical counseling options to Active-duty, Guard and Reserve members and their families. Military OneSource counseling services are designed to provide service help with short-term issues such as adjustments to situational stressors, stress management, decision making, communication, grief, blended family issues and parenting skills issues. Counseling sessions can be arranged face-to-face, telephone consultation or online consultation.

Crisis Management

JBLE Emergency Crisis Hotline

DOD Safe Helpline

(877) 995-5247
Langley 24/7 SAPR Hotline

(757) 764-7272


Fort Eustis 24/7 SHARP Hotline

(757) 268-8967

Red Cross (JBLE)

705 Washington Boulevard, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

24 Hour Emergency Toll Free Number: 1-877-272-7337; 757-878-3339


Services: The American Red Cross, a voluntary health and welfare organization established in 1881, received its first congressional chapter in June 1900 and was reincorporated by an act of Congress on January 5, 1905. Two purposes of the organization relate to activities with the Armed Forces. As specified by the charter, these purposes are “to furnish volunteer aid to sick and wounded of the Armed Forces in time of war and to act in matters of voluntary relief and in accord with the military authorities as a medium of communication between the people of the United States of America and their Armed Forces.

NMC Portsmouth Fisher House

853 Fisher Drive, Portsmouth, VA 23708

757-953-6889

Email: FishrHouse@msn.com



http://www.med.navy.mil/sites/NMCP2/FisherHouse/Pages/Default.aspx

Services: The Fisher House is a home-away-from-home for the families of seriously ill or injured patients receiving treatment at the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. The home is available for active duty or retired military families coping with the medical crisis of a loved one or who have

no local accommodations. The Fisher House is located on the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth compound in Portsmouth, Virginia. It is approximately a 5 minute walk to the main hospital building.


Deaths/Grief & Loss

Casualty Assistance Office

705 Washington Avenue, Suite 132, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

Casualty Operations: 757-878-1118

Mortuary Affairs: 757-878-2686

Memorial Affairs: 757-878-2165

Fax: 757-878-1364

After Hours (Staff Duty Officer): 757-878-5050

After Hours (On-Cell Call): 757-846-3526

Hours of Operation: 0730 -1630 Monday – Friday


Services: The Army established Casualty Assistance Centers throughout the country to help shepherd families through losing a loved one, or assist a family after a Soldier has been injured. They are tasked with making sure a deceased Soldier is ready for burial, and coordinating the disbursement of benefits to surviving family members.

Areas of Responsibility: Virginia Counties: Gloucester, Isle of Wight, James City, Mathews, Middlesex, Southampton, And York. Independent Virginia Cities: Chesapeake, Franklin, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg.

Survivor Outreach Services (SOS)

705 Washington Avenue, Suite 129, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-3887

Hours of Operation: 0730-1630 Monday-Friday



Services: Survivor Outreach Service demonstrates the Army's commitment to Families of the Fallen. The mission of SOS is to provide enhanced services to these Families. SOS is a holistic and multi-agency approach.
Installation Family Life Chaplain’s Office

1006 Monroe Road, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878- 2202

Hours of operation: Monday – Friday, Normal Duty Hours



Prevention & Intervention Services: Conflict Resolution and Anger Management Counseling. Also contact your Unit Chaplain for any and all intervention prevention.
Military Family Life Consultant (MFLC)

630 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-755-5512; 757-755-5509

Hours of Operation: 0800 – 2000 (Appointments are flexible)


Prevention & Intervention Services: Provide short-term, non-medical counseling for stress, loss, relationships, deployment, more. Private, flexible appointments are available. MFLC is mandated to report child abuse, domestic abuse and threats to life.

Military OneSource Counseling Services

1-800-342-9647



https://www.militaryonesource.com

Prevention and Intervention Services: Military OneSource offers three kinds of short-term, non-medical counseling options to Active-duty, Guard and Reserve members and their families. Military OneSource counseling services are designed to provide service help with short-term issues such as adjustments to situational stressors, stress management, decision making, communication, grief, blended family issues and parenting skills issues. Counseling sessions can be arranged face-to-face, telephone consultation or online consultation.
Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)

1-800-959-8277



http://www.taps.org/

Services: TAPS is the 24/7 tragedy assistance resource for ANYONE who has suffered the loss of a military loved one, regardless of the relationship to the deceased or the circumstance of the death. Founded out of tragedy in 1994, TAPS has established itself as the front line resource to the families and loved ones of our military men and women.  TAPS provides comfort and care through comprehensive services and programs including peer based emotional support, case work assistance, connections to community-based care, and grief and trauma resources. TAPS provides immediate and long-term emotional help, hope, and healing to all who are grieving the death of a loved one in military service to America. TAPS meets its mission by providing peer-based emotional support, grief and trauma resources, casework assistance, and connections to community-based care.
Pastoral Counseling

Installation Family Life Chaplain’s Office

1006 Monroe Road, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878- 2202

Hours of operation: Monday – Friday, Normal Duty Hours

Hours of operation: Monday – Friday, Normal Duty Hours


Prevention & Intervention Services: Conflict Resolution and Anger Management Counseling. Also contact your Unit Chaplain for any and all intervention prevention.

JBLE Emergency Crisis Hotline

DOD Safe Helpline

(877) 995-5247
Langley 24/7 SAPR Hotline

(757) 764-7272


Fort Eustis 24/7 SHARP Hotline

(757) 268-8967


Substance Abuse
Army Substance Abuse Program (Clinical Program)

664 Darcy Place, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-1674

Hours of Operation: M, Tu, W, Fri 0730-1600; Closed for Training on Thursdays



Intervention and Treatment Services: The Army Substance Abuse Program offers services for alcohol and drug abuse problems. It is the primary clinic for Soldiers at Fort Eustis. Group and individual counseling is available.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

2115 Pershing Avenue, 2nd Floor, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-2924

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1630



Education & Prevention Services: A wide range of prevention/education classes are available for Soldiers.
Tidewater Intergroup Council of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

757-490-3980 (24 Hours)



http://www.tidewaterintergroup.org/

Intervention and Treatment Services: Provides support services to Alcoholics in the Hampton Roads area. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees associated with AA membership. Their primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Local Resources for AA Meetings

Newport News: 757-595-1212

Hampton: 757-595-1212
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

http://www.aa.org/

Prevention and Intervention Services: Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Support Groups
McDonald Army Health Center

576 Jefferson Avenue, 1st floor, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-7500 or 757-314-7500; option 3

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1630; Holidays Closed



Services: The Health Management Clinic is a facility based educational clinic that is designed to assist patients with certain medical conditions learn how they can work with their health care providers to improve and maintain their health. Patients are taught how to self manage common day-to-day problems with their conditions and how to decrease or prevent the effects of chronic health conditions. The EFMP Coordinator is physically located in the Health Management Clinic.
Programs offered: Diabetes, Hypertension, Adult Asthma, Pediatric Asthma, and Tobacco Cessation Program

Patients are allowed to self refer for education but follow-up care and enrollment is done by referral from their Primary Care Provider. The Clinic will be glad to answer any questions regarding the referral process. Appointments, and Special

Nutrition Care
McDonald Army Health Center

576 Jefferson Avenue, 1st floor, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-7500 or 757-314-7500; option 3

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1630; Monday-Friday (Kiosk) 0700-1400

Services: The Nutrition Clinic provides nutrition assessment, education and counseling to all authorized beneficiaries. Individual appointments and group classes are available. Classes include weight reduction, nutrition management for diabetes, hypertension, and elevated cholesterol levels, which may be taught in conjunction with the Disease Management Clinic. Patients are allowed to self refer for education but follow-up care and enrollment is done by referral from their Primary Care Provider. The Clinic will be glad to answer any questions regarding the referral process.
Pregnant Soldier Wellness Program (PPPT)

2792-A Harrison Loop, Fort Eustis, VA 23604



757-314-8037 (Education)

Services: PPPT Program provides a physical fitness training and education program that meets the unique needs of pregnant and postpartum Soldiers. The purpose of the PPPT Program is to assist pregnant Soldiers in maintaining health and fitness throughout their pregnancy, successfully integrate postpartum Soldiers back into unit fitness training programs, and enhance the Soldier’s ability to meet the physical requirements for readiness after pregnancy. The Program consists of two main components: an educational component to train program leaders in pregnancy and postpartum physical training and an implementation guide to provide guidance on establishing a local PPPT program.


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