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Langley AFB

Langley Airman and Family Readiness Center

45 Nealy Avenue, Wing B, Suite 100, Building 15 633 FSS/FSFR, Langley AFB, VA 23665

757-764-3990

Hours of Operation: Mondays – Fridays 0730-1630

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


Fort Eustis

Soldier and Family Readiness (Army Community Service)

650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-3638

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1600

http://eustismwr.com/

Services: Soldier and Family Readiness a command-sponsored organization of Soldiers, civilian employees, family members (immediate and extended) and volunteers belonging to a unit.


Food Assistance
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.
ACS Financial Readiness

650 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-1974

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0730-1630



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

Services: Your Financial Readiness Team offers a wide range of services to assist Soldiers and their Families with financial affairs. Emphasis is placed upon the training portion of the program designed to educate Soldiers and spouses in the following: money management, proper use of credit, financial planning, Deployment, transition and relocation, credit improvement, investment information and check writing principles. Our goal is to help Families prevent financial difficulties before they arise and prepare them for their financial future.

Army Emergency Relief (AER)

705 Washington Boulevard, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-1118

Hours of Operation: 0730 – 1500 Monday-Friday



http://www.aerhq.org/

Services: AER is the Army's own emergency financial assistance organization and is dedicated to "Helping the Army Take Care of Its Own." AER provides commanders a valuable asset in accomplishing their basic command responsibility for the morale and welfare of soldiers.

AER funds are made available to commanders having AER Sections to provide emergency financial assistance to soldiers - active & retired - and their dependents when there is a valid need.



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.
Services provided:
Counseling for personal and Family problems
Assist with communication between the Soldier and his/her Family

Conduct service programs in communities thought the nation, to include: Volunteer Service,

Health and Safety Program, Disaster Program, and Bloodmobile Program
Provide access to financial assistance to Soldiers and their Family members in cases of emergency on a 24-hour basis in partnership with Army Emergency Relief
Provide briefings to military and Family members on Red Cross procedures, particularly during deployments
All military personnel (active duty and retirees) and their families are eligible for assistance through the ARC. A limited range of services is provided to veterans and their dependents.
Food Assistance - Local Resources

Newport News Department of Human Services
Rouse Tower, 6060 Jefferson Avenue, Newport News, VA 23605
(757) 926-6300; (757) 926-6118 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0800-1700; Holidays Closed



http://www.nngov.com/human-services/social-services

Services: The mission of the Newport News Department of Human Services/Social Services is to achieve optimal well-being for individuals and families by promoting health, safety, employment and education through agency programs and community partnerships, strengthening the community by enhancing quality of life. They provide Financial Services/Benefit Programs, Employment Services, Child Welfare and Protection Services, and Adult and Family services.

Financial Assistance Programs include money, coupons, or authorization cards to obtain food, clothing and shelter, medical care, etc. All Financial Assistance programs have maximum income levels that vary from program to program. Recipients must provide statements of wages, bank records, property value, value of life insurance, stocks, bonds, motor vehicles, etc.

Denbigh Satellite Office (Newport News)

368 Deshazor Drive, Newport News, VA 23608

757-369-3160; 757-369-3186 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0800-1700; Holidays Closed



http://www.nngov.com/human-services/social-services

Services: The mission of the Newport News Department of Human Services/Social Services is to achieve optimal well-being for individuals and families by promoting health, safety, employment and education through agency programs and community partnerships, strengthening the community by enhancing quality of life. They provide Financial Services/Benefit Programs, Employment Services, Child Welfare and Protection Services, and Adult and Family services.
Hampton Department of Social Services
1320 LaSalle Avenue, Hampton, VA 23669
(757) 727-1800; (757) 727-1835 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0800-1600; Holidays Closed



http://hampton.gov/socialservices/

Services: The department works to ensure that all Hampton families are able to become healthy and self-sufficient. Hampton Department of Social Services provides human service programs for city residents who have financial, social, educational, health, and emotional needs. The department prevention and intervention, assessment, service provision, and/or referral to appropriate agencies and organizations in the Hampton area.


York/Poquoson Social Services

301 Goodwin Neck Road, Yorktown, VA 23692-0917

(757) 890-3787; (757) 890-3934 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0800 – 1600, Holidays Closed



http://www.yorkcounty.gov/CountyGovernment/York-PoquosonSocialServices.aspx

Services: The mission of the York/Poquoson Social Services is to assist the basic needs of our citizens, promote self-sufficiency, and protect vulnerable children and adults. York-Poquoson Social Services provides a broad array of human service programs for county residents who have financial, social, educational, health, and emotional needs. The department serves on the front line of intervention, assessment, service provision, and/or referral to appropriate agencies and organizations in the York County/Poquoson area.
Williamsburg Human Services
401 Lafayette Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185
(757) 220-6161; (757) 220-6113 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0800 – 1630, Holidays Closed



http://www.williamsburgva.gov/index.aspx?page=35

Services: Williamsburg Human Services provides a broad array of human service programs for city residents who have financial, social, educational, health, and emotional needs. The department serves on the front line of intervention, assessment, service provision, and/or referral to appropriate agencies and organizations in the Williamsburg area.
WIC – Women, Infants & Children

http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/ofhs/dcn/wic/

The Virginia WIC Program WIC stands for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. The Program provides nutrition education, breast feeding promotion and support, supplemental nutritious foods, counseling at WIC clinics, and screening and referrals to other health, welfare, and social services. The goal of the Program is to improve the health of pregnant women, infants and children (under 5 years) through better nutrition and access to health care. To be eligible for the WIC Program, applicants must meet categorical, residential, income and nutrition risk requirements.

To apply for WIC, just call a local WIC office and make an appointment. At the appointment, the client will be weighed, measured, and have an iron screening. The client will then speak with a nutritionist for suggestions on eating healthy and will be given any referrals that they may need. The nutritionist will provide a food prescription along with checks for healthy foods. Fathers, grandparents, and foster parents can also apply for WIC to receive supplemental nutrition benefits for infants and children who are five years old or younger in their care.

Newport News
York/Denbigh WIC Clinic

710 Denbigh Boulevard, Suite 2-D, Newport News, VA 23608

757-886-2810; 757-886-7522 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: If a holiday during that week then hours of operation are 0800- 1700 Monday-Friday; if no holiday during the week then hours of operation are 0715-1700 Monday-Thursday and 0800-1700 Friday


Peninsula Health Center WIC Clinic

416 J Clyde Morris Boulevard, Newport News, VA 23601

757-594-7502; 757-594-7771 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 0730 – 1700; Friday 0800-1200


East End Health Clinic Facility WIC Clinic

1033 28th Street, Newport News, VA 23607

757-247-2184; 757-247-2291 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: Monday-Thursday 0730 – 1700; Friday 0800-1200


Williamsburg/James City County

Williamsburg/James City County WIC Clinic

4095 Ironbound Road, Williamsburg, VA 23607

757-253-4813; 757-253-4248 (Fax)

Hours of Operation: Tuesday-Wednesday 0730-1630; Thursday 0730-1730; Friday 0730-1530

Hampton
Hampton WIC Clinic

1320 LaSalle Avenue, Hampton, VA 23669

757-727-1140, press option 4

Hours of Operation: Monday-Wednesday; 0800-1630; Tuesdays 0730 – 1630; Thursdays (by appointment only) 0800-1900


Gloucester/Poquoson

Gloucester WIC Clinic

6882 Main Street, Suite C-F, Gloucester, VA 23061

804-693-2445

Hours of Operation: Mon, Tu, & Fri 0800-1630


Salvation Army of the Virginia Peninsula

1033 Big Bethel Road


Hampton, VA
Phone: 757-838-4875

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday (Social Services Dept) 0900-1100 and 1300-1500



http://virginiasalvationarmy.org/hamptonva/

Services: The Salvation Army is a Christian denominational church and international charitable organization structured in a quasi-military fashion. The organization reports worldwide membership of over 1.5 million, [1] consisting of soldiers, officers and adherents known as Salvationists. Its founders Catherine and William Booth sought to bring salvation to the poor, destitute and hungry by meeting both their "physical and spiritual needs". It has a presence in 126 countries,[2] running charity shops, operating shelters for the homeless, and providing disaster relief and humanitarian aid to developing countries.

Salvation Army Gloucester Service Center

7057 Linda Circle, Hayes, VA 23072

804-642-3960

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0930 – 1630



http://virginiasalvationarmy.org/hamptonva/

Services: The Salvation Army is a Christian denominational church and international charitable organization structured in a quasi-military fashion. The organization reports worldwide membership of over 1.5 million, [1] consisting of soldiers, officers and adherents known as Salvationists. Its founders Catherine and William Booth sought to bring salvation to the poor, destitute and hungry by meeting both their "physical and spiritual needs". It has a presence in 126 countries,[2] running charity shops, operating shelters for the homeless, and providing disaster relief and humanitarian aid to developing countries.

Emergency Shelter for the Homeless: The Salvation Army provides 9 efficiency rooms at a local vender to shelter families. We hope in the future to provide shelter in a building owned by The Salvation Army. Programs on parenting, nutritious cooking, and wellness are provided to those in resident. Clothing and bus tickets for job interviews are provided as needed.

Veterans Housing Program: The Salvation Army Transitional Residence Program is designed to  provide stability, security and access through enhanced personal responsibility on the veteran part. Successful reintegration into the community depends on the person’s own initiative, motivation, and use of the programs made available to him/her. The Program is ninety (90) days in length, at the end of which the person may apply for an extension.


Street Feeding Program The Salvation Army Disaster Van is used as a feeding vehicle providing meals to individuals within the Hampton and Newport News communities. The canteen is available and on duty for area disasters.
We provide for people in need by giving financial assistance such as:


  • Food Pantry/Meals/Free Bread and Pastries

  • Energy Share Program

  • H2O Program

  • Backpack Distribution

  • Thanksgiving Community Dinner

  • Christmas meals and gifts for children

United Way of the Virginia Peninsula
739 Thimble Shoals Blvd Ste 302
Newport News, VA 23606-3562
757-594-4636 (First Call Information/Referral Line); 757- 873-9328
http://www.uwvp.org/

(Service the following counties: Gloucester, Hampton, Newport News, Poquoson, and York.)



Services: United Way envisions a world where all individuals and families achieve their human potential through education, income stability and healthy lives. In 2008, United Way initiated a 10-year program designed to achieve the following goals by 2018:

  • Improve education, and cut the number of high school dropouts — 1.2 million students, every year — in half.

  • Help people achieve financial stability, and get 1.9 million working families — half the number of lower-income families who are financially unstable — on the road to economic independence.

Promote healthy lives, and increase by one-third the number of youth and adults who are healthy and avoid risky behaviors

Survivor Outreach

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.

Survivor Outreach Services (SOS)

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

757-878-3887

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday; 0730-1630


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: 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.

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.
National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC)

http://childrengrieve.org/

Services: The National Alliance for Grieving Children promotes awareness of the needs of children and teens grieving a death and provides education and resources for anyone who wants to support them. Because all grieving children deserve a chance to heal; the National Alliance for Grieving Children (NAGC) provides a network for nationwide communication between hundreds of professionals and volunteers who want to share ideas, information and resources with each other to better support the grieving children and families they serve in their own communities. Through this network, the NAGC offers online education, hosts an annual symposium on children's grief, maintains a national data base of children's bereavement support programs and promotes national awareness to enhance public sensitivity to the issues impacting grieving children and teens.

Local Support Program:

KIDZ'NGRIEF*


2 Bernadine Drive
Newport News, VA 23602
(757) 886-6613
http://www.bonsecourshamptonroads.com/our-services-hospice-bereavement-s...
Services: We are a support group center with 9 concurrent groups for kids 3-18 years old and for their caregivers who bring them. We meet twice a month and take the summer off. We are modeled after the Dougy Center. Also run a weekend camp---Mikey's Camp in November each year for kids 7-17 whether or not they attend KIDZ'NGRIEF
Fitness

Here on Fort Eustis we like to make fitness a way of life. Whether you like the feeling of being in a gym, a class, or enjoy taking advantage of the outdoors, our variety of fitness options gives you a choice. Scroll through our various fitness facility and program pages on the left to find a healthy option that's right for you!



Civilian Fitness Program

http://phc.amedd.army.mil/topics/healthyliving/al/Pages/ArmyCivilianWellnessPrograms.aspx

Services: The Civilian Fitness Program allows you to work-out up to 3 hours a work week during a 6 month long program. Civilian employees can register at any time and there is no cost to the participant.
Anderson Field House

643Dickman Street, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-2328

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0500-2200; Saturday-Sunday 0900-1800; Holidays Closed



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/anderson-field-house

Services: The Anderson Field House (AFH) features air conditioned strength (2 areas) and cardiovascular training areas, a multi-functional training room/classroom, an indoor 25-meter 6-lane lap pool, 2 racquetball/handball courts and an 18,360 square foot arena, which can be divided into multiple activity areas.

"Anderson Field House Indoor Pool may be unavailable Monday through Friday from 1000 - 1100 hours depending on lifeguard staffing levels."


McClellan Fitness Center

673 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604

757-878-5556/4380

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0500-2200; Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays Closed



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/mcclellan-fitness-center

Services: The McClellan Fitness Center (MFCis a 25,000 square foot facility that includes a cardiovascular area, strength training area, exercise classroom, gymnasium and rock-climbing wall.  The cardiovascular area features treadmills, elliptical trainers, upright and recumbent bikes, steppers and a stepmill.  Cardio Theatre is available on FM TV's.  The strength area features a total-body Hammer strength circuit, multi-station/adjustable cable-crossover, plate-loaded equipment and free weights.  The gym has an arena for basketball, volleyball and spectators.  It can also be divided into separate activity areas.  Air conditioned locker rooms also have saunas.

For the group workout enthusiast, MFC offers a state-of-the-art, "Fitness On Request" system.  This continuously updated, synergistic kiosk/projection system allows patrons to participate in a variety of exercise classes (see staff for assistance).



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.

Fit to Win

673 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604 (Inside McClellan Fitness Center)

757-878-2238

Hours of Operation: Mondays and Wednesdays 0600-1000 & 1100-1500; Tuesdays and Thursdays 1000-1300 & 1400-1900; Fridays 0730-1300 & 1400-1630; Holidays Closed



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/fit-to-win

Services: Serving both McClellan Fitness Center and Anderson Field House patrons. Fit To Win is a Fort Eustis Quality of Life Enhancement Program. The program targets all members of the Fort Eustis community.  Active duty soldiers have priority, followed by their family members, military retirees and DOD civilians.  Fit to Win is part of the Fort Eustis Health Promotion Program and works closely with Community Health Nursing and the Nutrition Care Division at MacDonald Army Health Center (MAHC).  Below find some links to publications that you may find useful.
Weight Management

Health Management Clinic

757-314-7612 / Bldg. 576 Jefferson Avenue, First Floor, Fort Eustis, VA 23604 Monday-Friday 0730-1630 AD, ADFM, Retirees and their family members enrolled in Tricare Prime and Tricare Plus at MCAHC.

Services: A facility based educational clinic that is designed to assist patients with certain medical conditions to 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. PCM or self-referral programs for nutrition, obesity, diabetes, asthma, tobacco use cessation, anticoagulation medication management. The interdisciplinary team consists of a Certified Diabetic Educator, Clinical Pharmacist, Registered Dietitian and Dietetic Technician, Respiratory Therapist, Nurses and Primary Care Managers.

Nutrition care services: Health Management Clinic (HMC) provides nutrition assessment, education and counseling to all authorized beneficiaries. A registered, licensed dietitian and dietetic technician are located in the HMC of McDonald Army Health Center. Patients are seen by appointment for one-on-one nutrition visits and group class. Medical nutrition therapy is available for a diverse range of nutrition related health management concerns across the age spectrum from infancy to adult seniors. Group education classes include nutritional management for overweight / obesity, elevated blood cholesterol and diabetes. Diabetes classes are included in the curriculum of the HMC diabetes clinic.
Patients are seen by appointment for individual nutrition visits and group classes, Monday through Friday, from 0730-1630. The HMC is closed on federal holidays. ALL patients are requested to bring a list of their current medications, prescribed and over-the-counter, as well as dietary and herbal supplements. Patients are also advised to keep a 3-5 day food log of their diet intake prior to their initial nutrition appointment.
Fit to Win

673 Monroe Avenue, Fort Eustis, VA 23604 (Inside McClellan Fitness Center)

757-878-2238

Hours of Operation: Mondays and Wednesdays 0600-1000 & 1100-1500; Tuesdays and Thursdays 1000-1300 & 1400-1900; Fridays 0730-1300 & 1400-1630; Holidays Closed



http://eustismwr.com/index.php/fit-to-win

Services: Serving both McClellan Fitness Center and Anderson Field House patrons. Fit To Win is a Fort Eustis Quality of Life Enhancement Program. The program targets all members of the Fort Eustis community.  Active duty soldiers have priority, followed by their family members, military retirees and DOD civilians.  Fit to Win is part of the Fort Eustis Health Promotion Program and works closely with Community Health Nursing and the Nutrition Care Division at MacDonald Army Health Center (MAHC).  Below find some links to publications that you may find useful.
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