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Building 4-2843, 3rd Floor, Normandy Drive
Fort Bragg, North Carolina
www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs.php
(910)396-8682/8683
1-800-958-4759
Answers Unlimited 2011-2012 Army Community Service (ACS) Fort Bragg, NC
Soldier Support Center
Dear Valued Customer,
Army Community Service (ACS) is delighted to assist you with services,
volunteer information, and training opportunities, which are available to
you. Answers Unlimited is one of many informative ACS publications
designed for your convenience to provide assistance in locating agencies
and services on-post/off-post.
Our corporate vision first in Soldier and Family support services sets the
standard for a team oriented approach to excellence in customer service.
It is our hope that your first stop upon arrival will be ACS.
The ACS Mission is to provide commanders, Soldiers, and family
members with programs and services in a centralized location to enhance
the quality of life.
It is the goal of the entire ACS staff to provide professional customer
service with genuine care while allowing you to utilize all the resources
available to you.
Sincerely,
Barbara Trower-Simpkins
Director, Army Community Service
WELCOME TO FORT BRAGG, NORTH CAROLINA
“Home of the Airborne”
For over half a century, first as a camp and later as a post, Fort Bragg
has had a proud heritage as home of the nation’s finest fighting forces.
As one of the largest military complexes in the world, Fort Bragg is home
of the Army’s only airborne corps and airborne division, the elite “Green
Berets”, and the Army’s largest support command.
Although the units and men and women here have widely different
missions and jobs, they are here for one purpose -- to be ready to defend
the nation. Infantry - men, mechanics, pilots, cooks, -- they are all on the
move with the modern Army at Fort Bragg.
Much like a large city, Fort Bragg has its own supermarkets, shopping
malls, medical facilities, neighborhoods, and churches. The important
thing to remember is, not only are all of these things available, but the
people here really want to serve you.
If you like sports and recreation, you’re in a great place. Almost every
type of recreation and athletics is available. Golf courses, pools, lakes,
bowling lanes, hunting fields, craft shops, and much more are all around
you.
The Atlantic to the East or the Smokies to the West combines to offer
total variety for the traveler. There is plenty to see and do on a short
weekend or a month’s leave -- in North Carolina.
So welcome to Fort Bragg -- may your stay be enjoyable and your tour of
duty professionally rewarding. The ANSWERS UNLIMITED is an
informational booklet published since 1975. It is compiled and prepared
by Army Community Service in the interest of all Fort Bragg Soldiers,
Family Members, civilian employees and community members. The
Army Community Service staff and Volunteer Corps would like to thank all
individuals who contributed to this issue. The ANSWERS UNLIMITED
will be updated as needed, each time adding information that you, the
military community, have requested or provided. Every effort has been
made to provide accurate and current information. However, we
recommend calling to verify location and hours of operation before visiting
an agency. To provide any changes or corrections please contact Army
Community Service: Phone: 396 - 8682
Fax: 396 - 8401
E-mail: [email protected]
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All times listed in this edition of ANSWERS UNLIMITED are in military
time. The time is based on a 24-hour clock. For example, 0100 is 1:00
AM, 1230 is 12:30 PM, 1300 is 1:00 PM, 1430 is 2:30 PM, and 1545 is
3:45 PM and so on.
A military time schedule is provided your convenience.
Military Time
Corresponding AM/PM
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QUICK REFERENCE NUMBERS
AAFES/PX/BX ............................................................... 436 - 3535
ACAP………………………………………………… 396 – 2227/7188
ACTION LINE................................................... 396 - BOSS (2677)
AIDS HOTLINE ..............................................1 – 800 – 342 - 2437
ALCOHOL & DRUG SERVICES (Admin) ...................... 396 - 4100
Army Substance Abuse Program:
• 82nd ................................................................................................432 – 4833/1464
• CLARK .....................................................907 – 9671/8975
• JOEL SARS ....................................................... 907 - 8925
AMBULANCE SERVICE .......................................................... 911
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS) ................. 396 - 8682/8683
ACS OUTREACH CENTERS
• ACS 82D GAVIN HALL ...................................... 432 - 4676
• ACS 1ST TSC ..................................................... 396 - 6198
• ACS HERITAGE VILLAGE ................................ 848 - 1941
• ACS FAMILY READINESS CENTER ............... 432 – 3742
• SOLDIER & FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER .. 643 – 6653
• SURVIVOR OUTREACH SERVICES…………...396 - 0384
CASUALTY ASSISTANCE ............................................ 396 - 9901
CHAPLAIN ........................................................... 396 - 1121/1122
CHILD ABUSE (to report call one of the following):
• MP’S ......................................................... 396 - 0391/0392
• CUMBERLAND COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL WORK
.................................................................323 – 1540/3200
• CONTACT .................. (CIVILIAN CRISIS LINE) 485 - 4134
CRIME (Report a)................................................. 396 - 0391/0392
EMERGENCY .......................................................................... 911
FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM ................................. 396 - 5521
FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER ...................1 – 800 – 457 - 4636
FINANCE OFFICES
• 126TH FINANCE ........................................ 396 - 2238/3166
• 82ND FINANCE.......................................... 432 – 3969/0109
FIRE ......................................................................................... 911
HOSPITALS
• WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CTR ...................... 907 - 6000
• CAPE FEAR VALLEY MEDICAL CTR ............... 609 - 4000
• HIGHSMITH RAINEY MEDICAL CTR ............... 609 - 1000
HOUSING (PICERNE) .................................................. 495 - 0878
OFF POST HOUSING REFERRAL ...................... 396 - 2626/6004
ID CARD FACILITY (Main) ........................................... 396 - 9339
ID CARD FACILITY (82ND) .......................................... 432 – 4182
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INFORMATION
ON POST - DIAL 13 OR ............................................... 396 – 0011
• POPE AFB......................................................... 394 - 0001
INFORMATION AND REFERRAL (ACS)………….. 396 - 8682/8683
LEGAL ASSISTANCE/JAG
• 18TH ABN CORPS.............................................. 396 - 6113
MILITARY ONE SOURCE ..............................1 – 800 – 342 - 9647
OUTPROCESSING (PERSONNEL)………………………..396 - 3205
PICERNE (HOUSING) ................................................. 495 - 0878
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE ........................................... 396 - 5600
PUBLIC WORKS BUSINESS CENTER ........................ 396 - 0321
RED CROSS ........................................................ 396 - 1231/1234
• AFTER HOURS & WEEK-ENDS ........1 – 877 – 272 - 7337
RETIREMENT SERVICES ............................................ 396 - 5304
SCHOOLS (Fort Bragg)
• ADMIN/SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE............. 907 - 0200
• ALBRITTON MIDDLE ........................................ 907 - 0201
• BOWLEY ELEMENTARY .................................. 907 - 0202
• BUTNER PRIMARY ........................................... 907 - 0203
• DEVERS ELEMENTARY .................................. 907 – 0204
• GORDON ELEMENTARY………………………..907 - 1300
• HOLBROOK ELEMENTARY ............................. 907 - 0205
• IRWIN INTERMEDIATE..................................... 907 - 0206
• MCNAIR ELEMENTARY ................................... 907 - 0207
• MURRAY ELEMENTARY .................................. 907 - 0208
• POPE ELEMENTARY ....................................... 907 - 0209
TAX CENTER ...................................................... 396 - 1040/8299
TRANSITION CENTER……………………………………396 - 7472
VICTIM ADVOCATE 24 HOUR HOTLINE ..................... 322 - 3418
Unless otherwise specified the area code for all
phone numbers is 910.
DSN numbers for Fort Bragg:
Prefix 396-XXXX = DSN 236-XXXX
432-XXXX = DSN 239-XXXX
907-XXXX = DSN 337-XXXX
643-XXXX = DSN 593-XXXX
908-XXXX = DSN 498-XXXX
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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AAFES……………………………………………………………………..1 - 12
ACAP………………..........................................................................15 - 18
ACTION LINE…………………………………………………………………13
AIRBORNE INN………………………………………………………….88 - 89
ALCOHOL & SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION (ASAP).................32
ANIMAL CLINIC (Veterinary Services)…………………………..125 - 127
ARMED SERVICES YMCA (ASYMCA)…………..…………………..13 - 15
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)………………….……………18 - 31
ARMY FAMILY TEAM BUILDING (AFTB)…………………..…………….23
ARTS COUNCIL………………………………………………………...........33
ARTS & CRAFTS…………………………………………….…………33 - 34
AUTO SKILLS CENTERS……………………………………..............34 - 35
AUTO INSPECTION/REGISTRATION…………………..…..........121 - 123
AUTO SERVICES…….…………………………………………………35 - 36
ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF (AER)………………….....................21 - 22
B
BANKS (on post)……...………………………………………………..36 - 37
BARBER SHOPS………………………………………………….........37 - 38
BEAUTY SHOPS……………………………………………………………..39
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH………………..………………………..................39
BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS (BOSS)…..........40
BILLETING (see Lodging /Airborne Inn)……………………………88 - 89
BOY SCOUTS……………………………………………………………….115
BOWLING………………………………………………………………..40 - 41
BUS SERVICE…………….......................................................................41
BUY AND BRAGG GIFT SHOP……………..……………………………...41
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CAPE FEAR REGIONAL THEATER…………….……………..................42
CARE CENTER……………………………………………………………….42
CHAPELS……………………………………………………………..108 - 109
CHILD ABUSE REPORTING…………………..………………………42 - 43
CHILD ADVOCACY CTR……………………………………………………43
CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES (CDS) ………………………...46 - 48
CLASS VI STORES..……………………………………………...........51 - 52
CLINICS……………………………………………………………….130 - 132
CLOTHING SALES…………………………………………………………….4
CLUBS……………………………………………………………………52 - 54
COFFEE SHOPS………………………………………………………..71 - 72
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES ……….…………………………………..56 -57
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COMMISSARIES……………………………………………………………..58
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION (FORT BRAGG)…………..…………74 - 75
CONTACT……………………………………………………………………..58
CREDIT UNIONS………………………………………………………..58 - 60
CULTURAL RESOURCES PROGRAM…………..……………………….60
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DENTAL CLINICS……………………………………………………….61 - 64
DINING FACILITIES…………………………………………………….64 - 65
DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER….……………………….…………….61
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTER…………………………………...42 - 43
DRIVER’S LICENSE OFFICES………………….…………………….65 - 66
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ED CENTER………….......................................................................66 - 67
EFMP…………………………………………………………………………...25
EMPLOYMENT…………………………………………………………..67 - 69
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE CLASSES ……………………..69
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY (EO) ………..............................................69 - 70
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FAMILY ADVOCACY…………………………………………………...25 - 27
FAMILY READINESS GROUP CENTER……………….…………………24
FINANCE OFFICES…………………………………………………….72 - 73
FIRE DEPARTMENT…………………………………………………………73
FISHER HOUSE………………………………………………………………74
FITNESS CENTERS…………………………………………………….97 - 99
FOOD STAMPS INFO………………………………………………………..74
FORT BRAGG CLUB……………………………………………..........53 - 54
FORT FISHER …..…………………………………………………………..103
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GIRL SCOUTS………………………………………………………..115 - 116
GOLF COURSES………………………………………………………..75 - 76
GREEN BERET CLUB…….……………………………………………52 - 53
GUEST HOUSE (AIRBORNE INN)……….…………………………..88 - 89
GYMS ………………….…………………………………………………97 - 99
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HEDRICK STADIUM…………………………………………………………76
HOUSING…………….......................................................................76 - 79
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ID CARD FACILITIES…………………………………………………..79 - 80
IG………………………..…………………………………………………81 - 82
IMMIGRATION INFO……………………………………………………80 - 81
INFO & REFERRAL………………………………………………………….81
INFORMATION SERVICES ………………………………………………..81
INTERNATIONAL READINESS PROGRAM………………….................29
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JAG………………………………………………………………………..83 - 85
JUMP INFORMATION……………………………………………………….82
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LAUNDRY/DRYCLEANER ……………………………………………82 - 83
LEADER DEVELOPMENT CENTER………………………………………83
LEGAL ASSISTANCE …………………………………………………83 - 85
LIBRARIES…….…….......................................................................85 - 88
LODGING…………….………………………………………………….88 - 89
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MARKETING…………………………………………………………………..89
McKELLER'S LODGE...……………………………………………………..53
MENTAL /BEHAVIORAL HEALTH………………………………..39 & 136
MILITARY ONE SOURCE…………….………………………………..89 - 90
MILITARY POLICE….......................................................................90 - 91
MWR……………………………………………………………………………92
MOVIE THEATER....………………………………………………………….92
MUSEUMS……………………………………………………………….92 - 84
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NEWSPAPERS…………………………………………………………94 - 95
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OFFICERS' SPOUSES' CLUB (FBAOSC).………………………............95
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PASSPORT INFO……………………………………………………….95 - 96
PHARMACY ……………………………………………………………..96 - 97
PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTERS……………………………..............97 - 99
PICERNE (MILITARY HOUSING)……………………………………..76 - 78
POST EXCHANGE (PX)…………………………………………………..6 - 8
POST OFFICE………………………………………………………………...99
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POV RESALE LOT …………………………………………………………100
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RACQUETBALL ………........................................................................100
RAPE CRISIS……………………………………………………..…………100
RECREATION AREAS ……………………………………………..101 - 104
RECREATION EQUIPMENT CENTER….…………………………103 - 104
RECYCLING…….....…………………………………………………104 - 105
RED CROSS.……….....................................................................105 - 106
RELIGIOUS SERVICES/ACTIVITIES……………...……………………..106
REPLACEMENT/RECEPTIONCOMPANY……………………...............112
RETIREMENT SVS………………………………………………………….112
RIDING STABLES…………………………………………………………..102
ROD AND GUN CLUB……………………………………………………….53
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SCHOOLS……………………………………………………………..113 - 115
SCOUTS……………………………………………………………….115 - 116
SHOPPETTES……...……………………………………………………11 - 12
SKATING RINK……………………………………………………………...116
SMITH LAKE………………………………………………………….101 - 102
SOLICITATIONS……………………………………………………………...28
SPECIAL EVENTS...…………………………………………………116 - 117
SPORTS BRANCH …………………………………………………...........117
SPORTS USA …………………………………………………….................55
SWIMMING POOLS…………………………………………………117 - 118
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TAX CENTER………………………………………………………………..118
TELEVISION…………………………………………………………………118
THRIFT SHOP...………………………………………………………119 - 120
TICKETS & TOURS…………………………………………………………120
TRANSITION ………….…………………………………………………….120
TRANSPORTATION ……………………………………………………….120
TRAVEL INFO…………………………………………………..........120 - 121
TRICARE………………………………………………………………129 - 130
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USO…………………………………………………………………….........121
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VEHICLE INSPECTION/REGISTRATION…................................121 - 123
VETERANS INFO …………………………………………………………..124
VETERANS HOSPITAL……………………………………………………125
VETERINARY SERVICES…………………………………………..125 - 127
VOLUNTEER INFO……………………………………………………..23 - 24
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WIC……………………………………………………………………..127 - 128
WILDLIFE…………………………………………………………………….128
WOMACK HOSPITAL……………………………………………….129 - 138
WOMEN'S CENTER………………………………………………………..138
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YMCA (ARMED SERVICES)…………………………………………..13 - 15
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AAFES
http://www.aafes.com/
AAFES ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
Location:
Bldg. 8-5476-C, Woodruff Street
Phone:
436 – 3535
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 – 1600
Saturday – Sunday closed
LAYAWAY WAREHOUSE
Location:
Bldg. 2T-1862, Knox Street
Phone:
436 – 2134
Hours of Operation: Monday – Sunday
1100 – 1800
AIRBORNE TROOP STORE PX
Location:
Bldg. C-5934, Ardennes Street
Phone:
436 - 4265
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0600 – 2200
Saturday – Sunday 0900 – 2200
BARBER SHOP
Phone:
436 - 0101
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1900
Saturday
0900 - 1600
Sunday
1100 – 1600
CYBERZONE
Phone:
436 – 0099
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 2100
Sunday
1000 – 2100
AIRBORNE PX MAINSTREET USA FOOD COURT
Phone:
960 – 9504 (this number is for all the food concessions,
except where noted)
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0700 – 2100
Sunday
1100 – 2100
ANTHONY'S PIZZA
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1900
Saturday – Sunday 1100 - 1700
CHARLEY’S STEAKERY
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0700 - 2000
Sunday
0900 – 1900
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DUNKIN DONUTS
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 - 2100
Saturday – Sunday 0900 - 2100
ROBIN HOOD
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Saturday – Sunday Closed
TACO BELL
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
0800 - 2100
Saturday – Sunday 1030 - 2100
MALLONE PLAZA
MALLONE EXPRESS/CLASS VI/GAS
Location:
Bldg. 8-5476-A, Butner Road (Commissary Complex)
Phone:
306 – 3709 ext. 1
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0700 - 2200
Sunday
0900 – 2100
Pumps:
Open 24 Hours
CARWASH
Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours
FURNITURE STORE
Phone:
306 – 3709 ext. 4
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 2100
Sunday
0900 – 2000
STARBUCKS
Phone:
306 – 3709 ext. 421
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 - 2100
Saturday – Sunday 0700 – 2000
POPEYE’S
Phone:
306 – 3709 ext. 2
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 - 2000
Saturday – Sunday 0900 – 2000
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MINI MALL STORES AND CONCESSIONS
Location:
Bldg. 4-2171, Reilly Street
Phone:
436 - 2200
The following concessions/stores are located in the Mini Mall:
2
ALTERATIONS
Phone:
436 – 2049
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday
Sunday
0900 – 1800
1200 – 1600
AMUSEMENT/ARCADE
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 2100
Sunday
1100 – 1800
BARBER SHOP
Phone:
436 - 4011
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1900
Saturday
0900 - 1700
Sunday
1100 - 1600
BEAUTY SHOP
Phone:
436 - 8555
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1900
Saturday
0900 - 1700
Sunday
1100 - 1600
CYBERZONE
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 1900
Sunday
1000 – 1700
ENTERPRISE CAR RENTAL
Phone :
436 – 5200 or 1-800-736-8222
Fax : 436 - 4325
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1800
Saturday
0900 - 1400
Sunday
Closed
FLORIST
Phone:
436 – 0342
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
Saturday
Sunday
0900 - 1900
0900 - 1600
1200 – 1600
GNC
Phone:
497 – 9198
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday
Sunday
3
0900 – 1900
1100 – 1700
H&R BLOCK
Hours of Operation: Monday
0900 – 1800
Wednesday & Friday 1100 – 1600
Saturday:
0900 – 1300
LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANING
Phone:
497 - 0305
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1900
Saturday
1000 - 1700
Sunday
Closed
LEATHER & CYCLE ACCESSORY
Phone:
497 – 9300
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1800
Saturday
1000 – 1500
Sunday
1200 - 1600
MILITARY CLOTHING SALES
Phone:
436 – 2200 EXT 102
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 2000
Saturday
0900 - 1900
Sunday
1100 - 1700
MINI MALL EXPRESS/CLASS VI
Phone:
436 – 2200 ext 160
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 – 2100
Saturday – Sunday 0800 - 2100
ROVING CONCESSIONS
Hours of Operations: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1900
Sunday
1100 – 1600
SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIR
Phone:
497 – 1134
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1800
Saturday
1000 – 1600
Sunday
Closed
SPORTS STORE
Phone:
436 – 2200 ext 120
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 2000
Sunday
1100 – 1800
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Phone:
TICKET AND TOURS
396 – TRIP (8747)/TOUR (8687)
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
Saturday - Sunday
1000 – 1730
Closed
TROPHY STORE
Phone:
497 – 1134
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1800
Saturday
0900 - 1700
Sunday
Closed
UPS STORE
Phone:
436 – 7877
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1900
Saturday
0900 – 1700
Sunday
1200 – 1600
Hours of Operation: Daily
WASHETERIA
0800 - 2200
MINI MALL MAIN STREET USA FOOD COURT
Phone:
436 - 2200 (this number is for all the food concessions,
except where noted)
ANTHONY'S PIZZA
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1030 - 1900
Saturday
1100 - 1900
Sunday
1100 – 1700
CHARLEY’S STEAKERY
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1900
Saturday
1100 - 1900
Sunday
1100 – 1700
GREEK ODYSSEY
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1000 – 1500
Saturday – Sunday Closed
ROBIN HOOD SUBS
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1000 - 1800
Saturday - Sunday
1000 – 1600
5
STARBUCKS
Phone:
436 – 2200 ext. 141
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 - 2000
Saturday - Sunday
0700 - 1900
XTREEM FRANKS FRANKS
Hours of Operation: Monday - Saturday 1000 - 1400
Sunday
closed
NORTH POST EXCHANGE (PX)
Location:
Bldg. 8-5050, 2nd & Butner Road
Phone:
436 - 4888
Fax: 436 – 6451
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 2100
Sunday
0900 - 2000
Holiday Hours Vary
NORTH POST EXCHANGE CONCESSIONS
BARBER SHOP
Phone:
497 - 0789
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 1900
Sunday
1100 - 1700
BEAUTY SHOP
Phone:
436: 9090
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 1900
Sunday
1100 – 1600
FLORIST
Phone:
436 - 1885
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1900
Sunday
1100 - 1600
GAME STOP – NORTH POST
Phone:
436 – 8160
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 2000
Sunday
1000 - 1800
GNC
Phone:
497 – 1616
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday
Sunday
6
0900 - 1900
1100 - 1600
OPTICAL VISION CENTER
Phone:
495 - 1135
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1900
Sunday
1000 - 1700
NORTH POST WIRELESS
Phone:
436 – 2078
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 2100
Sunday
1200 – 1600
ROVING CONCESSIONS
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1900
Sunday
1200 – 1600
NORTH POST PX MAIN STREET USA FOOD COURT )
Phone:
436-2490 (this number is for all the food concessions,
except where noted)
ANTHONY'S PIZZA
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 1030 – 1900
Sunday
1130 - 1800
BK EXPRESS
Phone:
436-1948
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 2100
Saturday
0830 - 2000
Sunday
1030 - 1930
CHARLEY’S STEAKERY
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 1000 - 2000
Sunday
1030 - 1800
CHURCH’S CHICKEN
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 1000 - 2000
Sunday
1030 - 1800
ROBIN HOOD SUBS
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 1100 - 1600
Sunday
Closed
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XTREEM FRANKS
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 1100 - 1400
Sunday
Closed
POPE MINI-MALL
Location:
803 Armistead, Pope AAF
Phone:
436 – 0502
Hours of Operation: 0630 – 2200
POPE BARBER SHOP
Phone:
497 – 5119
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1800
Saturday
1000 – 1500
Sunday
Closed
POPE BURGER KING
Phone:
436 – 4578
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 - 2000
Saturday - Sunday
1100 - 1700
POPE LAUNDRY/DRY CLEANERS
Phone:
436 – 4166
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1800
Saturday
1000 – 1400
Sunday
closed
POPE SHOPPETTE/CLASS 6/GAS/VIDEO
Phone:
497 - 8181
Fax: 497 - 6615
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
0630 - 2200
Saturday – Sunday 0700 – 2100
Phone:
Hours:
SUBWAY – POPE
436 – 1039
Monday – Friday
0630 – 2000
Saturday – Sunday 0800 - 2100
SOUTH POST EXCHANGE
Location:
Bldg. Z-3252, Canopy Lane
Phone:
436 – 2166
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 2100
Sunday
0900 - 2000
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SOUTH POST EXCHANGE CONCESSIONS
BARBER SHOP
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 1900
17
Sunday
1100 – 1700
BEAUTY SHOP
Phone:
432 - 2228
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 1900
Sunday
1200 – 1600
CYBERZONE
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 2100
Sunday
0900 - 2000
FLOWER SHOP
Phone:
436 - 3902
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1800
Sunday
1200 – 1600
GAME STOP
Phone:
436 – 0613
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 2000
Sunday
1000 - 1800
GNC/SMOOTHIE
Phone :
436 - 9418
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 1900
Sunday
1200 - 1600
GRAB-N-GO CROSS CREEK CONCESSIONS
MOBILE FOOD/GRAB-N-GO
Phone:
223 - 9000
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0600 – 1700
Saturday – Sunday Closed
WIRELESS MOBILE
Phone:
436 - 1187
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 2100
Sunday
1000 – 2100
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SOUTH POST PX MAINSTREET USA FOOD COURT)
Location:
Phone:
Bldg-Z-3252, 1017 Canopy Lane
436 - 4860 (for all the food concessions below unless
otherwise noted)
ANTHONY'S PIZZA
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
1100 - 1900
Saturday - Sunday
1100 - 1800
CHARLEY'S STEAKERY
Hours of Operation: Monday - Sunday
0700 – 1900
CINNABON
Hours of Operation: Monday - Sunday
1000 – 1900
POPEYE'S
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1000 - 2000
Saturday - Sunday
1000 - 1700
WOMACK PX
Location:
Bldg. 42817, Reilly Road
Phone:
436 – 4036/4125
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1600
BARBER SHOP
Phone:
907 - 7093
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 – 1600
Saturday – Sunday Closed
EXPRESSO
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 – 1600
Saturday – Sunday Closed
FLOWER SHOP
Phone:
436 - 3309
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 1000 - 1600
Sunday
Closed
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SHOPPETTES
PATRIOT SHOPPETTE/CLASS VI/SERVICE STATION
Location:
Bldg. F-1231, Gruber Road
Phone:
436 – 2050
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 – 1630
Saturday – Sunday Closed
________________________________________________________
HERITAGE VILLAGE SHOPPETTE
Location:
302 Nathaniel Green Circle, Raeford
Phone:
875 – 6052
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 1200 – 1900
Sunday
1200 – 1700
_________________________________________________________
HONEYCUTT SHOPPETTE/GAS STATION/
CLASS VI/BARBERSHOP/SUBWAY
Location:
Bldg. N-3305, Honeycutt Road, near Bragg Blvd.
Shoppette
Phone:
436 – 2129
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0600 – 2100
Saturday
0800 - 2000
Sunday
0900 – 2000
Barber Shop
Phone:
497 - 3800
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1900
Saturday
0900 – 1600
Sunday
1100 – 1600
Subway
Phone:
436 - 1039
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
0600 - 2200
Saturday - Sunday
0900 – 1700
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BUTNER SHOPPETTE/SERVICE STATION/CAR RENTAL/PAPA
JOHN’S/QUIZNOS/SUBWAY
Location:
Bldg. A-3587, Butner Road
SHOPPETTE/SERVICE STATION
Phone:
436 – 1600
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0600 – 2000
Saturday – Sunday 0800 – 1800
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CAR RENTAL
Phone:
436 – 0769
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1800
Saturday
0900 – 1400
PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA
Phone:
495 – 0309
Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday 1000 - 2400
Friday – Saturday
1000 – 0100
Sunday
1100 – 2400
QUIZNOS
Phone:
495 – 1471
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 – 2200
Saturday
1100 – 2200
Sunday
1200 – 2200
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PINES EXPRESS/CLASS VI/GAS STATION
Location
4227 Hefner, Bldg. 2-2650
Phone:
436 - 0612
Fax: 436 - 2229
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0700 - 2200
Sunday
0900 - 2100
Hours of Operation for Gas Pumps:
Monday – Sunday
24 hours
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SIMMONS ARMY AIRFIELD SHOPPETTE
Location:
Bldg. P-3042, Parham Street
Phone:
960 – 6668
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 – 1600
Saturday – Sunday Closed
__________________________________________________________
SMOKE BOMB HILL SHOPPETTE/CLASS VI
Location:
Bldg. H-4401, Corner of Gruber & Reilly Roads
Phone:
436 – 4600
Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours
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ACTION LINE - DIAL 6-BOSS or 396-2677
DIAL 6 - BOSS is a means of communicating with the Commanding
General.
Your suggestions, ideas, recommendations, or bonafide
complaints are welcome to make Fort Bragg a better place to live and
work. Calls are transcribed daily and submitted to the appropriate agency
for follow-up. The Commanding General reviews all calls and responses
are made to the individual initiating the call. Anonymous calls will be
acted upon on a case-by-case basis. Prior to using DIAL 6 - BOSS, you
should use your chain of command; however, the Commanding General
remains available to any Soldier and/or family member needing help.
DIAL 6 - BOSS rules are simple:
1)
Wait for the sound of the tone after the recording and leave your
full name (spell your last name), social security number, unit or
address, and a telephone number;
2)
Since your message is being recorded, keep your comments to
less than three minutes.
ARMED SERVICES BLOOD PROGRAM
http://www.militaryblood.dod.mil/fortbragg
Location:
Bldg. 8-4156, Souter Place
Phone:
396 – 9925/9895
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0730 – 1600
Friday
0730 – 1500
Services Provided: The Fort Bragg Blood Donor Center provides the
blood needed for patients in military hospitals at home and around the
world. Fort Bragg Blood Donor Center must collect a specific amount of
units per month to ensure that blood is available to those in need. There
is no substitute for human blood. Blood and blood products are used for
patients of all ages for many reasons. From those undergoing cancer
treatments to surgical patients to those with battlefield injuries, military
members depend on blood donors every day. Donating blood is a simple
way almost anyone can save up to three lives. The actual donation only
takes 10 – 15 minutes, but there are steps that come before and after
donation that keep donors and the blood supply safe and healthy. In
general, the entire process takes 45 minutes to one hour.
ARMED SEVICES YMCA (ASYMCA)
FT BRAGG/POPE AAF
http://www.braggasymca.org
Location:
Bldg. 2-2411 (corner of Woodruff and Jackson Streets)
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone:
436 - 0500
Fax: 436 - 0018
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Programs currently serving Ft. Bragg:
OPERATION KID COMFORT
A free program designed to serve the children of deployed service
members. The program addresses the emotional stress that these
children suffer during a parent’s absence from home. Photo transfer
quilts that bear the images of the deployed family member are made for
children (newborn to age 5) to help comfort them. Pillows are made for
children 6-12 years old.
OPERATION HERO
A mentoring program conducted at post elementary schools that not only
improves self-esteem and grades, but also allows children to find there
are “heroes” inside each of them. The program, which runs for 10 weeks
a year, targets children from 6 – 12 years of age that are experiencing
temporary difficulty in school, either socially or academically. Referred by
teachers, parents or school officials, the bi-weekly sessions provide afterschool homework assistance and mentoring in a small group.
BABY BUNDLES
This program provides a layette for new mothers who are active duty, E-4
and below, and for the spouses of an active duty Soldier/Airman E-4 and
below. The layettes are delivered by volunteers every day, including
holidays, to the Mother/Baby Unit at Womack. Volunteer workshops to
put the bundles together are held the 4th Thursday of each month at 1030.
KIDS OLYMPICS
Each summer the ASYMCA sponsors the “Kids’ Olympics”. This program
teaches children and parents the importance of sportsmanship, health
and fitness. Every child receives a participation medal and a T-shirt,
along with other medals they may win in each of the 10 events. Each
event is divided into the following age categories: 5-6 year olds, 7-8 year
olds, 9-10 year olds, and 11-12 year olds. Boys and girls compete
separately.
HEALTHY KIDS DAY
This is an annual event held in April that celebrates kids’ health issues, to
include the spirit and mind, as well as the body. This FREE event features
live snakes, the climbing wall, tie-dying, baseball throw, face painting,
bubble making, crime prevention doing fingerprinting, K-9 demonstration,
castle bouncer, basketball, and lots of free give a-ways.
MOTHER/DAUGHTER TEA
Annual event held in March to promote quality time for mothers and
daughters of all ages. Goody bags for all “ladies” and lots of door prizes.
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YOUNG READERS ESSAY CONTEST
An annual contest sponsored by the National ASYMCA, open to students
1st through 12 grades, of all active duty service members, Reserves,
National Guard, DoD civilian employees, and Retirees. This essay
contest promotes reading among children and teens, and encourages
parents to find time to sit down and read with their younger children.
JUNIOR ENLISTED GOLF OUTING
Annual event held the first Friday of November that provides Junior
Enlisted Soldiers and Airmen with a day of golf, food and fun at no cost to
the service member. In addition, the event provides the community with
the opportunity to meet the Soldiers who serve.
KLASSY KLOSET
Collection of formal wear that can be checked out for special occasions.
A $10.fee is charged for dry-cleaning.
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
Before & After School programs are located in Harnett County for children
attending Johnsonville, Highland and Overhills Elementary Schools.
Morning hours are 0600 –0830; afternoon hours are 1430 – 1830 Monday
through Friday. Program includes snacks, homework time, games,
outdoor activities, and arts and crafts. Full day care is available on
teacher workdays and school breaks.
SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP
Summer camp begins the day school lets out and continues until the day
before school begins in the fall. Camp is held at Highland Elementary
School in Harnett County. Hours are from 0600 – 1815 daily.
ACAP
ARMY CAREER AND ALUMNI PROGRAM
www.acap.army.mil
MAIN ACAP CENTER
Location:
1st floor, Wing A, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 7188/2227
Fax: 396 - 9390
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 0900 – 1700
Closed all Federal Holidays
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82D SATELLITE ACAP CENTER
Location:
Division Admin Bldg. C-3832, Ardennes Street
Phone:
432 - 0842/0279
Hours of Operation: Open weekdays
0900 – 1700
except Wednesday 1030 – 1700
Closed all Federal Holidays
Authorized patrons:
• Transitioning Soldiers
• Transitioning National Guard or Reserve Soldiers (who served
more than 180 consecutive days of active duty)
• Retirees (for life)
• DA Civilian employees transitioning due to force alignments,
reduction-in-force (RIF), or retirement
• Transitioning family members
• Widows or widowers of personnel who died while on active duty or
DA Civilians who died in the line of duty
Unless otherwise specified, all classes/workshops/briefings are held
at the Main ACAP, Soldier Support Center, ground floor
THE ACAP PROCESS
STEP 1:
Part #1: All Ranks Pre-Separation Seminar (Mandatory) is held every
Monday, 0900 – 1130, with the exception of the 2nd Monday (for retirees
only), holidays or Post closures. This seminar is held for all ranks.
Transitioning individuals MUST be in duty uniform, e.g., BDU’s NO
EXCEPTIONS. Transitioning spouses are welcome and encouraged to
attend. No appointment necessary.
Part #1: Retiree’s Pre-Separation Seminar (Mandatory) is held on the
2nd Monday of each month, 0900 – 1145 with the exception of holidays or
Post closure. This seminar is held for retirees only. Transitioning
individuals MUST be in duty uniform, e.g., BDU’s NO EXCEPTIONS.
Transitioning spouses are welcome and encouraged to attend. No
appointment necessary.
Part #2: Upon the completion of the Pre-Separation Seminar, an
appointment will be scheduled for each person in attendance to complete
their automated Pre-Separation Counseling Checklist (DD Form 2648) at
the designated ACAP Center (Main ACAP Center or the 82nd Airborne
Satellite Office). Both Public Law and XVIII Airborne Corps and Ft. Bragg
Master Policy #33 requires that this be completed NLT 90 days prior to
separation.
STEP 2
All Ranks Job Search Workshop is a two-day workshop held all day on
Tuesday and Thursday from 0900-1600 every week, with the exception of
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holidays or Post closures. Transitioning spouses are welcome and
encouraged to attend.
Prerequisite for attendance: Completion of DD2648, Pre-registration is
required.
Veteran’s Entitlements Briefing is part of the Workshop on Thursday’s
from 1400-1600.
OR
SENIOR Transition Workshop ONLY for Pay Grades E-8/W3/O4 and
above. This is a two-day workshop held once a month on Wednesday
and Thursday, from 0900-1600. Family members are welcome and
encouraged to attend the workshop. Pre-registration for all is required.
STEP 3
COMPUTER TERMINALS: Appointment recommended – many
features not available until after Workshop completion.
Job Assistance Training Application: Individual refresher training on all
areas covered during the two-day Job Search Workshops.
Practice Interviews: Interactive, full full-motion videos let you experience
typical job interview scenarios and provide your own answers to employer
questions in a stress - free environment.
OccuBrowser +
This versatile occupational exploration and job
placement support tool gives you access to occupational and employment
information. You can search for occupations, employers, and schools by
title, keyword, occupational group, name or type. You also can look up
civilian equivalents to military occupations.
On Line Tools:
Direct link to the Army ACAP Home Page allows
access to information about other ACAP Center sites, State employment
systems and home pages, wide variety of free, on-line job search web
sites, Federal jobs, and other job search & relocation information
DD2648 Videos: Review any of the video presentations associated with
DD Form 2648 completion.
REFERENCE ROOM
• Dictionary of Occupational Titles
• Occupational Outlook Handbook
• Encyclopedia of Careers
• Professionals Job Finder
• The O Net-Detailed descriptions of the OES codes used in
TBB and Hot Leads
• Numerous books and videos dealing with all phases of the
job search process.
• Newton’s Telecom Dictionary
• Job announcements from employers interested in hiring
persons leaving the military
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Unit Briefings on both the purpose and services of the ACAP Center are
available for both key leaders and for groups (ODP, NCODP, Retention
meetings, etc.)
Federal Employment Workshop is held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of
each month from 0900-1500. This workshop is offered to transitioning
personnel and family members who desire more information on how to
apply for federal employment. . Pre-registration for all is required.
American Veterans Disability (AMVET) Claims Workshop is held most
Fridays 0900 – 1130 in the Main ACAP Classroom, with the exception of
holidays, training holidays, and Post closures This workshop is designed
to aid transitioning personnel desiring information on how to prepare and
file medical claims with the Veterans Administration. No appointment
necessary. POC: Mr. Phil Reilly (396-6826) @ the Main ACAP Center.
Small Business Orientation is presented by the UNC Small Business
Technology Development Center (www.sbtdc.org) on the 4th Tuesday of
the month, 1400-1600. It is an introduction to starting your own business,
assessing yourself as a business owner, tax, licensing and permit issues.
Employer Day is held Tuesdays from 0900-1200 at the Main ACAP
Center. Employer Day sign-up and schedules are posted at the Main
ACAP Center. Employers meet with transitioning Soldiers to recruit for
potential employment opportunities. Local, national and/or overseas
employers are represented.
To schedule appointments or Pre-register for any of the abovementioned Workshops or Events please contact: Main ACAP: 3962227. 82nd Satellite Site : 432-0842/0279.
All transitioning Soldiers are eligible for ACAP services up to 180
days after their ETS; Retirees, for life.
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs.php
Main ACS
RD
Location:
3 Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 8682/8683 or 1 – 800 – 958 - 4759
Authorized Patrons: Active duty and retired military personnel and their
family members; Reservist and National Guard members who are on
active duty for 30 days or more; widows, widowers and other next of kin
of Army personnel on active duty or retired at the time of their death; next
of kin of prisoners of war or missing in action personnel of all Armed
Services.
Services Provided: ACS is an important part of the Army’s program to
assist Soldiers and their Families in meeting specific needs. ACS offers a
wide variety of programs tailored to assist Army families living on and off
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post. ACS is the place to go for answers to your questions and help with
concerns or other issues facing military families. ACS programs and
services include:
Airborne Attic: Provides furniture, household items, clothing, toys, etc. to
Soldiers (E-4 and below) and family members if they cannot afford to
purchase them or in emergencies.
Army Emergency Relief: Offers loans or grants in emergency situations.
Army Family Action Plan: Offers Soldiers, retirees, civilian employees
and family members a mechanism to bring issues to senior leadership of
the Fort Bragg services, programs and facilities.
Army Family Team Building: Offers free classes about military
lifestyles, skills, and behaviors in order to be knowledgeable, empowered
members of the military community.
Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator: Gain valuable work experience,
learn new skills, or support the installation mission by joining the Fort
Bragg volunteer team. All volunteers are required to be registered in the
central database.
Deployment Readiness Program: Provides training to assist
commanders in meeting family readiness objectives. Also assists Family
Readiness Groups during pre-deployment, deployment and postdeployment periods.
Employment Readiness Program: Provides information on
employment, education and volunteer opportunities.
Exceptional Family Member Program: Information, screening and
referral for family members with special needs.
Family Advocacy Program: Provides classes on parenting, anger and
stress management, and information and assistance in reporting violence
in the home.
Family Assistance Center: Central point on installation for information
during crisis/deployment.
Financial Readiness Program: Provides financial classes, briefings and
counseling to Soldiers, Family Members, commanders and leaders.
Information, Referral & Follow-up: Provides information regarding
military and civilian community resources.
International Readiness Program: Offers assistance and support to
Soldiers and their families whose primary language is other than English.
Lending Closet: Lends basic household items for temporary use by
arriving and departing Soldiers and their Families.
New Parent Support Program: Provides home visits, infant care and
parenting classes.
Relocation Readiness Program: Newcomer information about Fort
Bragg and the surrounding areas; welcome packets/worldwide installation
information (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines).
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Volunteer (ACS) Program: Learn new skills, meet new people and
support the ACS programs by volunteering.
Soldier and Family Assistance Center: A one-stop location for
Warriors in Transition and their Families to receive access for obtaining
support services.
Survivor Outreach Services: Provides care services to all families who
have suffered the loss of a Soldier. This includes facilitating support
groups, coordinating events, as well as, linking families to community
resources and services.
OUTREACH OFFICES
1ST THEATER SUSTAINMENT COMMAND (TSC)
Location:
Bldg. M-8456, Corner of Logistics Avenue and Gruber
Road
Phone:
396 – 6198
Fax: 396 - 2174
Location:
Phone:
CROSS CREEK MALL
419 Cross Creek Mall, Customer Service, by JC Penney,
Fayetteville, NC
487 - 3265
CUMBERLAND COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES
Location:
1225 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC
Phone:
677 - 2934
FAMILY READINESS GROUP CENTER
Location:
Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Ground floor
Phone:
432 – 3742
or 1 800 457 4636
Fax: 396 -6302
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1900
FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT
Fayetteville, NC
764 - 0123
GAVIN HALL, 82ND AIRBORNE
Location:
Gavin Hall, 1st floor, next to ID card office
Phone:
432 – 4676
Fax: 643 - 7725
Hours of Operation: 0800 – 1700
Location:
Phone:
Location:
Phone:
HERITAGE VILLAGE
Community Center in Heritage Village
848 – 1941
Fax: 848 - 1941
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ACS Chief
Administrative Section
Airborne Attic
Army Emergency Relief
Army Family Action Plan
Army Family Team Building
Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator
Deployment Readiness
Deployment Hotline
Employment Readiness Program
Exceptional Family Member Program
Family Assistance Center
Family Advocacy Program
Financial Readiness Program
Information & Referral
International Readiness Program
Lending Closet (Bldg. 8-7006-A)
New Parents Support Program
Relocation Readiness Program
Soldier & Family Assistance Center
Survivor Outreach Services
Victim Advocate 24 Hour Hotline
Volunteer (ACS) Program
396 - 6458
396 - 3744
907 - 2842
396 - 2507
396 - 4447
396 - 2382
396 - 8194
907 – 3490
1 – 800 – 457 - 4636
396 – 1425/2390
907-3395
1 – 800 – 457 - 4636
396 - 5521
396 - 2507
396 - 8682/8683
396 - 6120
396 - 6013
396 - 7951
396 - 8682
643 – 6652
396 – 4306
322 - 3418
396 - 2458
ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF (AER)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com//aer..php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 2507/7289
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
0800 – 1700
Location:
2ND Flr. Gavin Hall, (by 82nd Airborne HQ)
Hours of Operation: 0900 – 1600
Phone:
907 - 5754
Location:
After Duty Hours: Please call the American Red Cross 1 – 877 – 272 7337 (Toll Free) to process travel or other emergencies that cannot wait
until the next business day.
Services Provided: AER provides financial assistance to soldiers and
eligible family members when faced with a valid financial emergency.
Assistance will be provided as a non-interest loan, a grant (when
appropriate), or a combination loan and grant.
Types of emergencies covered by AER (include but not limited to): nonreceipt of or loss of funds, medical, or dental expenses requiring co-
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payment, funeral expenses for immediate family members, travel
expenses related to emergencies, rent, food, utilities, vehicle payments
and repairs.
Eligibility:
• Active duty Soldiers (single or married), and eligible family
members.
• National Guard and Reservist Soldiers on active duty for more
than 30 consecutive days and their eligible family members.
• Soldiers retired from active duty for longevity or physical disability,
and their eligible family members.
• National Guard and Reservist Soldiers who retired at age 60, and
their eligible family members.
• Surviving spouses, or children of Soldiers who died while on
active duty or after they retired.
Procedures for Assistance
Contact unit Command Finance NCO (CFNCO) for individual guidance or
visit AER for instructions and an application packet. Active duty
personnel must have the commanding officer review completed
application, annotate any remarks and sign section 17 of DA Form 1103 (
Commander’s referral requires completion of sections 17 & 19). Present
completed packet, LES and ID card to AER for processing.
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Unauthorized Areas of Assistance:
Fines/bails/judgments
Legal expenses
Ordinary leave
Vacations
Vehicle purchase or rental
Bad checks or over drafts
Credit card payments
Home purchases or improvements
Marriages/divorces
Income taxes
Business ventures
Consolidation of debts
Continuing assistance
Abortions
Emergencies resulting from UCMJ actions
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ARMY FAMILY ACTION PLAN (AFAP)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/afap.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 4447
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Services Provided: AFAP offers Soldiers, family members, retirees and
civilian employees the opportunity to improve their quality of life. During
the annual AFAP conference issues that have been submitted are
prioritized and are brought to senior leadership for resolution. Those
issues that are beyond the scope of the installation are forwarded to the
midlevel and possibly on to DA. Issues are tracked and published
throughout the year. Issues pertaining to the improvement of Fort Bragg
are addressed in the Quarterly Town Hall. Issues are worked through the
appropriate installation agency. The Town Hall helps to improve the life
here at Fort Bragg. To submit your issue visit the above website, or visit
the AFAP office
Location:
ARMY FAMILY TEAM BUILDING (AFTB)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/aftb.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - AFTB (2382)
Hours Of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Services Provided: Fun, educational trainings designed for the Army
Family to enhance one’s knowledge of the military and develop
leadership skills. Limited free childcare available.
Location:
ARMY VOLUNTEER CORPS COORDINATOR (AVCC)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/lvolunteer.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 8160
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided: Provides placement opportunities for volunteers
based on interest and agency needs. Assists volunteer organizations
with recruitment, training and guidance for volunteer recognition. Joining
the Fort Bragg volunteer team enables you to gain valuable work
experience while helping others. Volunteers support the installation
mission in a variety of capacities such as: coaches, office assistants, FRG
leaders, program assistants, and many more. Volunteers are required to
be registered in the Department of Army Volunteer Management System
located on the www.myarmyonesource website to include logging of
Location:
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hours each month within the system. The ACS Volunteer Coordinator is
also located in this office. As an ACS volunteer, you are offered the
opportunity to be part of a dedicated team working to improve the quality
of life and the well being of Soldiers and Family Members of the Fort
Bragg military community.
DEPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/drp.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
432 - 3742
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided: The Deployment Readiness Program provides pre
and post deployment/mobilization briefings, Family Readiness Group
training, Rear Detachment Commander training, information and referral
services, and resource materials. The resource materials include such
topics as “Understanding and Planning for Military Separation and Predeployment Ongoing Readiness”, “Coping with Separation” and “Financial
Planning”. The materials are designed to support unit commanders in
preparing Service Members, civilian employees, and their Families for
military operations.
Location:
FAMILY READINESS GROUP CENTER
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/frgcenter.php
Location:
Ground floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
432 - FRGC (3742)
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday. 0800 – 1900
Services Provided: The Family Readiness Group Center serves the
Fort Bragg Community. Soldiers and Families have a location where it is
possible to host meetings, schedule deployment speaker, utilize
computers, printers, copiers, web cameras, VTC’s and much more. Staff
members are always available to assist you.
EMPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM (ERP)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/erp.php
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 a one-stop for employment and
job search information, community resources, educational and volunteer
Location:
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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
EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM (EFMP)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/efmp.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
907 - 3395
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided:
• Support Groups
• Information & referrals to on or off post agencies regarding
medical, educational and mental health services.
• Assist with deletion & deferments
• Educational & medical advocacy for special needs.
Location:
FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM (FAP)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/fap.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 5521
Fax: 907 - 3048
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Mission: To help strengthen relationships of parents, and families
through a wide variety of prevention, outreach, and treatment programs.
A key role of the program is to respond to situations involving the abuse
or neglect of military spouses and children by providing effective
assessment and treatment and ensuring all personnel on the installation
are trained on how to find help for victims. All personnel on the
installation are required to report suspected instances of spouse and child
abuse or neglect to law enforcement and Womack Army Medical Center
(WAMC) Dept. of Social Work (DSW) to ensure victims receive prompt
assistance. Other information about the program is outlined in AR 608-18.
Services Provided:
Location:
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Wide variety of workshops on such topics as parenting
strategies, couples communication, co-parenting children of
divorce and custody, anger management, stress management,
Steven Covey’s Seven Habits of Effective Families and Eight
Habits of Successful Marriages, self-defense/safety for women,
and other topics on request. All workshops are completely free
and free childcare is also available in most cases. Call 396-5521
for more information or visit us online to see a schedule and/or
register for classes http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs.php. We will
also come to your unit, family readiness group, or other activity to
provide these or other related classes/workshops at a date/time
that works best for your group.
New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is offered to Army families
to enhance parent and infant attachment, increase knowledge of
child development. NPSP will provide connections to support
services that allow parents to become nurturing and capable
caregivers. The NPSP staff consists of registered nurses and
licensed social workers who provide in-home parenting education,
support and resource linkage. Even if you are not a NEW parent
you still qualify for participation in NPSP! Army families that are
pregnant or with children up to the age of three years are eligible
for NPSP services. Call 396-5521 for more information. All
services are completely voluntary and free of charge.
24 hour Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victim’s
Hotline (322-3418) to provide information, referral, and direct
support to persons involved in a sexual assault or an abusive
relationship. Often persons in these situations do not know where
to turn for help and are uncertain what they should do. Trained
advocates are available 24 hours a day to answer questions and
help victims come up with solutions, and direct help to become
safe. This help can include staying with the victim in the
Emergency Room, helping them obtain a protective order,
housing, transportation, food, or accompany them to court.
Services are free. Active duty victims of sexual assault have the
choice now to either report the abuse to law enforcement or to
seek medical, advocate or other help without making a law
enforcement report. Call 322-3418 for the hotline or 396-5521 for
more information.
Family Advocacy Program Briefings to units and leaders. Fort
Bragg policy requires all units to receive annual Family Advocacy
briefings and all Commanders and First Sergeants are required to
receive training on the Family Advocacy Program within 45 days
of assuming command. Call 396-5521 to arrange one of these
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45-50 minute briefings. We will come to your unit at a date/time
that works best for your mission.
Help for victims of partner abuse or sexual assault:
Military Police Desk
396 - 0391/0392
Fort Bragg 24 Hour Victim’s Hotline
322 – 3418
WAMC Social Work
907 - 7869
WAMC Emergency Room
907 – 6559
Fayetteville Domestic Violence Shelter
677 - 2532
Fayetteville Rape Crisis Center
485 - 7273
Child Abuse or Neglect Reporting
677 - 2450
Chaplains Hotline
396 - 1121/1122
Domestic Abuse Hotline
1 – 800 – 799 – SAFE
Military One Source
1 – 800 – 464 - 8107
To Report Suspected Abuse
Military Police:
396 - 0391/0392 (on post) or call 911
WAMC Department of Social Work:
907 - 7869
Cumberland County Department of Social Services:
677 - 2450
Worried about privacy? If you are a Soldier and a victim of either partner
abuse or sexual assault you can get private help/information. Contact the
Ft. Bragg Victim’s Hotline at 322-3418, a healthcare provider, or
Chaplain. If you are still concerned about your privacy call the Ft. Bragg
Victim’s Hotline and don’t give your name; you will still get help.
Additional Family Resources
Marriage and Family Counseling
Unit Chaplain (contact unit for phone number)
WAMC Department of Social Work 907-7869
82d - Robinson Clinic
432 - 8282
Joel Clinic
907 - 9073
Clark Clinic
907 - 9670
Tricare
1-877- Tricare (874-2273)
Military One Source
1-800-464 - 8107
www.militaryonesource.com user id: military password: onesource
Parenting Classes (All Ages)
Family Advocacy Program
396 - 5521
New Parent Support Program
396 – 5521
Marital Enrichment Classes
Family Advocacy Program
396 - 5521
Watters Family Life Center
396 - 6564
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FINANCIAL READINESS PROGRAM (FRP)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/frp.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 2507/7289
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Location:
Location:
2nd floor, Gavin Hall, (by 82nd Airborne HQ)
Phone:
907 – 5754
Hours of Operation: 0900 - 1600
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.
INFORMATION & REFERRAL PROGRAM (I&R)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/inforeferral.php
Location:
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 8682/8683 or 1 – 800 – 958 - 4759
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Services Provided: Your one-stop information center on programs
and services located in the Fort Bragg and Fayetteville communities. Our
goal is to keep Soldiers and family members aware of all services
available and to provide confidential referral information to the appropriate
agencies when necessary. Printed resource materials are available, such
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as maps, phone books and much more.
INTERNATIONAL READINESS PROGRAM
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/irp.php
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.
Location:
LENDING CLOSET/AIRBORNE ATTIC
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/airborneattic.php
Location:
Bldg. 8-7006-A, Corner of Letterman & Ord Streets
Hours of Operation: Monday –Friday
0800 - 1630
Lending Closet
Phone:
396 - 6013
Services Provided: Items such as pots, pans, dishes, irons, ironing
boards, and small kitchen appliances are available for temporary loan.
Items are provided on a loan basis for two weeks. Exception to policy is
required for any extension beyond two weeks. Service is provided for
active duty Soldiers and family members PSCing or ETSing from the
Army.
Airborne Attic (AA)
Phone:
907 - ATIC (2842)
Services Provided: For Soldiers E-4* and below, and their immediate
family members. The Airborne Attic provides household items, furniture,
appliances, etc. where there is a need or an emergency. A command
referral letter is necessary for large household items. The letter can be
picked up at the Attic. *Exception to policy can be made for Soldiers E-5
and above.
The Airborne Attic operates completely from donations. Items have been
generously donated to the Attic from the community: fellow Soldiers,
businesses and other organizations. These items are then inventoried
and organized for distribution to Soldiers and families in need of
assistance. Your donations are tax deductable. ACS schedules pick-ups
of large item donations the first Thursday of each month, both on and off
post. Call 907-ATIC (2842) to schedule your pick-up. You may drop off
your donations at the Attic on Tuesday and Thursday between the hours
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of 0800-1630.
THE MULTI-COMPONENT FAMILY SUPPORT NETWORK
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/mcfsn.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 8683
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided: Provides the Army family with support where they
live. The Multi-Component Family Support Network supports the family
needs and provides consistent family services during extended
deployments to the Active Army, mobilized National Guard and United
States Army Reserve families regardless of their component or location.
Location:
RELOCATION READINESS PROGRAM (RRP)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com//rrp.php
3rd Floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843
Normandy Drive
Phone:
907 – 3507/3374
Fax: 396 - 8401
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided:
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.
Military Installations website:
Location:
http://www.militaryinstallations.dod.mil/pls/psgprod/f?p=MI:ENTRY:0
Explore information including housing, childcare, hospitals, major unit
listings, etc. and contacts for installations worldwide
Newcomers Orientation and Bus Tour: To introduce services and gain
familiarity with Family Programs offered through the Fort Bragg
Installation and surrounding area.
PCS Pre-Move Briefings: To assist in a smooth relocation. Information
is provided regarding housing, transportation, legal claims, Exceptional
Family Member Program, financial management and sponsorship.
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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(WOUNDED WARRIOR) SOLDIER & FAMILY ASSISTANCE
CENTER
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/sfac.php
1st Floor, Wing L, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
432 – SFAC (7322)
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided: A one stop location for Soldiers assigned to the
Warrior Transition Battalion. The SFAC is available to Soldiers and their
Families to receive access to pertinent support services.
Location:
SURVIVOR OUTREACH SERVICES
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/acs/sos.php
Location:
Bldg. 2-1361, Corner of Knox and Macomb Streets
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Phone:
396 – 0384
Services Provided:
• Support Groups
• Education Briefings
• Survivor Sentinel – Newsletter for Survivors
• Social Events
• Priority Service ID Cards
• Survivor decals
• Financial counseling
• Assist with information and referral to agencies specific to Survivor
needs
• Mentorship, Community and Command Level Briefings and
Training Opportunities, Volunteer Opportunities
Other Information: Survivor Outreach Services advocate on behalf of all
Families who have suffered the loss of a Soldier and educate the
community about the Survivor Outreach Services Program. The program
strives to build a unified support program which embraces and reassures
Survivors that they are continually linked to the Army Family for as long
as they desire. We provide an avenue of resources to include support
groups, monthly newsletters, information briefs, and social activities.
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ARMY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM (ASAP)
http://www.acsap.army.mil
Location: Ground floor, Room B-A-1, Bldg.4 - 2843, Soldier Support
Center, Normandy Drive
Phones:
Fax number 396 - 8296
Admin. Offices:
396 - 4100
Preventive Education:
396 - 1016
Urinalysis Lab:
396 - 7879/7071
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 396 - 5784
Soldier Risk Reduction
907 - 3448
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 0730 – 1630
Services Provided: Substance abuse prevention classes, urinalysis
testing, EAP referral for Department of Army Civilians, active duty military,
retirees and their family members to appropriate medical facilities; and
Soldier Risk Reduction Consultation.
82D ASAP CLINIC
Location:
Bldg C-5534, Ardennes Street
Phone:
432 - 4833/1464
Authorized Patrons: 82D Airborne Division
CLARK ASAP CLINIC
Location:
Bldg 5-4257, Bastogne and Reilly Streets
Phone:
907 - 9671/8925
Authorized Patrons: USASOC; 20TH Eng. BN.; BN.; SWTG; SF; 18th
FAR; 16th MP BN; 525 MI BN
JOEL ASAP CLINIC
Bldg M-4861, Logistic Street,
(between Honeycutt & Gruber)
Phone:
907 - 9081
Authorized Patrons: 44th Med Com; 18th ABN; Womack;
Tenant Units
Services Provided: These three centers serve Soldiers requiring
evaluation and counseling for alcohol and drug problems. By calling one
of the above numbers, depending on the area the Soldier’s unit falls
within, a counselor will be assigned, an appointment made for evaluation,
and instructions given for required forms.
Alcoholics Anonymous:
678 - 8733 (off post)
Location:
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THE ARTS COUNCIL OF FAYETTEVILLE/
www.theartscouncil.com
E-mail:
[email protected]
Location:
301 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC
Phone:
323 - 1776
Fax: 323 - 1727
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0830 -1700
Friday
0830 - 1200
Saturday
1200 - 1600
Sunday
Closed
Services Provided:
• Arts and Cultural Activities
• Educational programs in local schools and community centers;
produce “Artists in Schools” book containing artists from all
disciplines for performance.
• Fourth Fridays – downtown gallery crawl
• Annual Juried Fine Art competition
• Annual Juried Photo competition
• Funding for arts programs and artists thru Regional Artists Grants.
Operating and Project Support Grants.
• International Folk Festival – outdoor arts and cultural festival on
the last Sunday in September.
• Dickens Holiday – fun and shopping for the whole family on the
Friday after Thanksgiving.
• Maintain gallery space at Throckmorton Library
Other Information: The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland
County nurtures, advocates, and celebrates the Arts in the Fayetteville
and Cumberland County metro region. Our special events and programs
can only happen with the assistance of terrific volunteers. If you are
interested in our volunteer opportunities please contact us.
ARTS AND CRAFTS CENTER
Pope Frame & Design Arts
www.fortbraggmwr.com/frameshop.php
Location:
Phone:
Hours of Operation:
794 Armistead Street, Pope AAF
394 - 4192
Monday
1000 - 1700
Tuesday
1000 – 1700
Wedneday & Thursday 1000 - 1900
Friday 1000 – 1700
Saturday & Sunday - closed
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Pope Wood Craft Shop
394 - 5049
Tuesday – Thursday 1300 – 2000
Friday & Saturday 0900 - 1700
Services Provided: Arts & Crafts University offers a wide range of
classes such as: Picture Framing, automotive maintenance, furniture
building, art clay silver. Full class listing available at:
www.fortbraggmwr.com/frameshop.php
click the link to Pope Arts & Crafts. Professional Services include:
Custom framing and matting, shadowboxes, awards, engraving, glass
etching and more.
Phone:
Hours of Operation:
AUTO SKILLS CENTERS
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/auto.php
EAST BRAGG AUTO SKILL SHOP
Location:
Bldg. F-4334, Corner of B & Lane Streets
Phone:
396 - 8665
Fax: 396 – 1885
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
1400 - 2130
Saturday – Sunday 0900 - 1630
Holidays
Closed
Service Provided: This center offers "do-it-yourself" mechanics a place
to work on their automobiles with the guidance of experienced mechanics
and reference manuals. This center has state-of-the-art equipment for
automobile maintenance. Bays and tools are rented at a minimal price.
The POV resale lot is located next to the North Post Commissary at
Glider & Chute. POV resale lot is a used car lot where soldiers can park
their cars for sale and customers can come look at them. Registration for
POV resale lot is $15. Registrants must have a current vehicle
registration. Please call (910) 396-8665 for more information.
POPE AUTO SKILL SHOP
http://www.fortbraggmwrcom/popeautoskills.php
Location:
794 Armistead Street, Pope AAF
Phone:
394 – 2293
Hours of Operation: Sunday & Monday - Closed
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday -1100 – 2000
Friday – Saturday
0900 – 1700
Service Provided: Assisting self-help mechanics and is dedicated to
teaching those with no automotive mechanical experience how to service
and repair their own vehicles. Automotive lifts, a sand blaster, tire
changer, tools, brake lathe and other equipment is available for
customers use.
Resale Lot - Our resale lot is on Reilly Rd. We house anything from
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motorcycles to RV's. Cost is $15/month.
RV Lot - We've got a large RV lot to store your RV's, boats and trailers of
any size (30 ft +). All areas are secured with 24/7 access to all of your
items. Spots are available on a first come/first serve basis. We are the
only RV lot available on Post (Fort Bragg and Pope AAF). Please call
the Pope Auto Skills Center for availability at (910) 396-2293.
"Car Care Because We Care" for the spouses of deployed Soldiers is
available at the shop by appointment. The program provides free oil
changes and safety checks.
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES
BUTNER ROAD EXPRESS/PUMP
Location:
Bldg. AT-3686, Butner Road
Phone:
436 - 1600
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0600 - 2200
Saturday
0800 - 2300
Sunday
0900 - 2200
CAR WASH
Location:
Longstreet & Gruber Road
Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours
Location:
Mallone Plaza
Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours
FIRESTONE TIRE & SERVICE CENTER
Location:
Butner Road, behind the North Post PX
Phone:
497 – 2141/2142/2143
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 - 1900
Saturday
0700 - 1800
Sunday
0800 - 1700
PATRIOT EXPRESS/PUMP
Location:
Bldg. F-1231, Gruber Road
Phone:
436 – 2050
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 - 1700
Saturday – Sunday CLOSED
PINES EXPRESS SHOPPETTE/GAS STATION
Location:
4227 Hefner Road, Bldg. 2-2650 (South Post PX)
Phone:
436 - 0612
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0700 – 2200
Sunday
0900 – 2100
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Location:
Phone:
Hours of Operation:
POPE EXPRESS
Bldg. 400, Armistead Street
394 - 2492
Monday – Friday 0630 -2300
Saturday
0830 – 1600
Sunday
Closed
SMOKE BOMB HILL CAR CARE CENTER
Location:
Reilly & Gruber Roads
Phone:
436-4380
Hours of Operation for pumps:
Monday – Friday
0600 - 2000
Saturday - Sunday
0800 - 2000
Tire Service:
Monday – Friday
0800 - 1900
Saturday
0900 - 1700
Sunday
0900 – 1600
Oil Change:
Monday – Friday
0800 – 1800
Saturday
0900 – 1700
Sunday
0900 - 1600
BANKS
http://www.firstcitizens.com/
FIRST CITIZENS BANK (Main Office) # 050
Location:
Bldg. 41571, Reilly Street
Phone:
436 – 7300
Fax: 497 – 0840
Hours of Operation:
Inside Tellers and Drive-Up Window
Monday – Friday
0900 -1700
SOUTH POST PX BRANCH # 051
Location:
1017 Canopy Lane,
Phone:
436 - 7354
Fax: 436 - 3319
Hours of Operation: Inside tellers (Lobby & AAFES):
Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1700
82D ABN DIV BRANCH # 053
Location:
Bldg. C-5437, Bastogne Drive near Ardennes
Phone:
436 - 7393
Fax: 960 - 9878
Hours of Operation: Inside Tellers and Drive-Up Window:
Monday – Friday
0830 -1300 & 1430 - 1700
(Closed for Lunch
1300 – 1430)
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NORTH POST PX/COMMISSARY BRANCH # 055
Location:
Bldg. 8-6454, 2nd Street and Butner Road
Phone:
436 – 7380
Hours of Operation: Inside Tellers and Drive – up Window:
Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
WOMACK BRANCH # 056
Location:
Bldg.2132, 2817 Reilly Street, Womack Army Medical
Center
Phone:
436 - 7346
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1300 & 1430 - 1630
(Closed for Lunch
1300 – 1430)
POPE ARMY AIRFIELD BRANCH
Location:
803 Armistead Street
Phone:
436 - 7370
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 -1300 & 1430 - 1700
(Closed for Lunch
1300 - 1430)
FORT BRAGG ATM LOCATIONS
Honeycutt Road & Watson Street (old COSCOM area)
Patriot Shoppette, Blackjack & Gruber Road
JSOC; Bldg 3-2545, 152-A Malvesti Street
Smoke Bomb Hill , Bldg. H-4401, Corner of Reilly & Gruber Streets
Airborne PX, Corner of Ardennes & Eindhoven Streets
Car Wash, Long & Gruber Streets
Range 19, Lamont Road, Bldg. 0-1900
POPE AAF ATM LOCATIONS
JR Rockers, 5446 Reilly Road
Shoppette, 803 Armistead Street
Pope Club, 5504 Reilly Road
Flight Line, Surveyor Street
BARBER SHOPS
AIRBORNE PX
Location:
Bldg. C-5934, Ardennes Street
Phone :
436 - 0101
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1800
Saturday
1000 - 1500
Sunday
Closed
HONEYCUTT EXPRESS/SHOPPETTE
Location:
Bldg. N-3905, Honeycutt Road
Phone:
497 – 3800
Hours of Operations:
Monday – Friday
0900 – 1900
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Saturday
Sunday
0900 – 1600
1100 – 1600
MINI MALL
Location:
Bldg. 4-2171, Reilly Road
Phone:
436 - 4011
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1900
Saturday
0900 - 1700
Sunday
1100 - 1600
NORTH POST PX MALL
Location:
Butner & 2nd Streets
Phone:
497 – 0789
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1900
Sunday
1100 – 1700
POPE AAF
Location:
Bldg. 416
Phone:
497 – 5119
Hours of Operations:
Monday – Friday
Saturday
Sunday
SOCOM
Location:
Bldg. E-2929, Yadkin Road
Hours of Operation: Monday – Wednesday
Thursday – Friday
Saturday – Sunday
0900 – 1800
1000 – 1500
Closed
0900 – 1600
0900 – 1300
Closed
SOUTH POST PX MALL
Location:
Canopy Lane, Inside PX Mall
Phone:
436 - 2202
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1900
Sunday
1100 - 1600
WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER
Location:
Reilly Street, Ground floor of hospital
Phone:
907 - 7093
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 -1600
Saturday – Sunday Closed
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BEAUTY SALONS
MINI MALL BEAUTY SHOP
Location:
Reilly Street, Inside Mini Mall
Phone:
436 - 8555
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1900
Saturday
0900 - 1700
Sunday
1100 - 1600
NORTH POST PX BEAUTY SHOP
Location:
Butner & 2nd Streets, inside North Post shopping center
Phone:
436 - 9090
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 – 1900
Sunday
1100 - 1600
SOUTH POST PX FAMILY HAIR CARE
Location:
Canopy Lane, Inside South Post Mall
Phone:
436 – 2228
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0900 - 1900
Sunday
1200 – 1600
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE OF CAPE FEAR VALLEY
HEALTH SYSTEM
http://www.capefearvalley.com/services/bhc.html
Location:
Phone:
Fax:
Hours:
3425 Melrose Road, Fayetteville, 28304
615 – 3700 Inpatient
615 – 3701 Outpatient
615 - 3091
Outpatient: Monday – Thursday 0830 - 1800
Friday
0800 - 1500
Inpatient
24 hours, 7 days a week
Service Provided: Cape Fear Valley Behavioral Health Care offers
inpatient and outpatient mental health services for adults, as well as
outpatient services for children ages four and older and adolescents.
Outpatient services include evaluations, medical management, and
group, family and individual therapy. Substance abuse treatment is also
available.
Behavioral Health Care is accredited by The Joint Commission and
licensed by the state of North Carolina. Staffed by psychiatrists,
psychologists, clinical social workers, psychiatric nurses, licensed
professional counselors and other mental health professionals.
Behavioral Health Care provides a team approach to mental wellness.
For more information about Behavioral Health Care, please call (910)
615-3700.
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BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS (BOSS)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/boss.php
Location:
Bldg 8-6454, Butner Road (First Citizens Bank)
Phone:
396 - 7751/2348
Fax: 396 - 7224
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
Services Provided: Designed to improve the quality of life for the single
and unaccompanied Soldier. It provides a network of communication
between the Soldier, the chain of command, and community resources.
The BOSS program encourages and assists single Soldiers in identifying
and planning for recreational and leisure activities as well as providing the
Soldiers opportunities to contribute to their respective communities.
BOWLING FACILITIES
Services Provided at all 3 centers: Automatic scoring, automatic
bumpers for children, bowling shoe rental, ball cleaning machines, rental
lockers for storage of bowling equipment, pro shops that feature catalog
special-order items and sundries, a variety of leagues, a snack bar, ball
drilling services, 24-number bingo and a variety of video and pinball
machines. Special packages are offered for hail and farewells, FRG
activities, birthday parties, etc.
AIRBORNE LANES BOWLING CENTER
CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/airbornelanes.php
Location:
Bldg. C-5339, Bastogne Drive & Ardennes Streets
82nd ABN. Div. Area
Phone:
432 – 6899/6900
Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday 1100 - 2200
Friday - Saturday
1100 – Midnight
Sunday
1300 - 2100
Special Services:
Strike Zone Snack Bar/Grill
Extreme Bowling: Friday – Saturday
1900 – midnight
DRAGON LANES BOWLING CENTER
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/dragonlanes.php
Location:
Bldg. 4-2374, off Reilly Street, next to Mini Mall
Phone:
907 – BOWL (2695)
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0700 - 2200
Friday
0700 – midnight
Saturday
1100 – midnight
Sunday
1300 - 2100
Holidays
1300 – 2100
Special Services:
Strike Zone Snack Bar/Grill
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POPE BOWLING CENTER
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/popelanes.php
Location:
751 Armistead Street, Pope AAF
Phone:
394 – 2891
Hours Operation:
Monday - Thursday 1100 – 2200
Friday
1100 – 2400
Saturday
1100 – 2400 (school season)
Saturday
1300 – 2400 (Summer)
Sunday
1300 – 1900
BUS SERVICE
FORT BRAGG SHUTTLE BUS
http://www.bragg.army.mil/ITO/
Phone:
396 - 4497/1992/432 - 4497
The shuttle bus is FREE of charge and available to all. It connects with
the Fayetteville city bus at Butner Gate Access Control Point.
All City buses charge $1.00 per trip. Make sure you have exact change
to pay your fare.
FAYETTEVILLE AREA SYSTEM OF TRANSIT (FAST)
http://ridefast.net/
Phone:
433 – 1747
Hours of Operation: 0600 - 2130
Services Provided: Local bus service. All City buses charge $1.00 per
trip. Make sure you have exact change to pay your fare.
GREYHOUND
http://www.greyhound.com/
Location:
324 Person Street, Fayetteville
Phone:
483 - 2580 or 1-800 – 231 - 2222
Services Provided: Limited commercial bus service
BUY AND BRAGG GIFT SHOP
BUY AND BRAGG GIFT SHOP
Bldg. 1-3151, Randolph Street, in front of Throckmorton
Library
Phone:
907 - 4089
Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Wednesday
1000 -1400
Thursday
1100 - 1600
Service Provided: Sponsored by the Officers' Wives' Club, the gift
shop sells consigned handmade arts and crafts. Open to the public.
Location:
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CAPE FEAR REGIONAL THEATRE
http://www.cfrt.org/
1209 Hay Street, Fayetteville
Business Office
323 – 4234
Fax: 323 - 0898
Box Office
323 - 4233
Hours of Operation: Business Office:
0900 - 1700
Hours of Operation: Box office:
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
1400 – 1800
Wednesday – Saturday
1400 – 1900
Sunday
1400 - 1600
Location:
Phone:
Services Provided: Regional stage theatre, which presents five season
and three to five special productions per year.
Children’s Education Program:
Includes drama classes throughout
the year and two drama camps during the summer.
Volunteer:
Opportunities are available through the business office.
Discounts: Available to active duty military and immediate family on
specified days.
Tickets:
Reservations are encouraged since some shows may be
sold out. Discount information given at time of reservation. Groups of 10
or more may receive special discount depending on the show.
Mailing List: Call the Business Office to be included for mailings of
upcoming shows, auditions, children’s programs, volunteering, etc.
CARE CENTER
FAMILY VIOLENCE PROGRAM
Location:
1225 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville (business address)
Phone:
677 - 2532 ext. 0391
Hours of Operation 24 hours/days
Services Provided: The CARE Center offers intervention counseling,
support groups, referral services, and re-education by a trained
professional staff to all members of families experiencing violence. The
CARE Shelter offers temporary housing in a non-threatening atmosphere
to victims of family violence. It provides the opportunity, in a secure
environment, to consider the options and to seek alternatives to living with
violence.
CHILD ABUSE (Reporting)
CUMBERLAND COUNTY DEPT. OF SOCIAL SERVICES
http://www.co.cumberland.nc.us/dss/home.htm
Location:
1225 Ramsey Street
Phone: 677 - 2450
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 – 1700
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LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER
Phone: 323 – 1500
Hours of Operation: Monday – Sunday
24 hours
Services Provided: Extended Social worker on nights, weekends and
holidays. North Carolina State law requires that any adult that suspects
child abuse must report it.
MILITARY POLICE
http://www.bragg.army.mil/ProvostMarshal/
Phone: 396 - 7589/0391 (on post only)
FORT BRAGG FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM
http://www.bragg.army.mil/fap.php
Phone: 396 - 5521
DON'T LEAVE A SUSPECTED CASE OF CHILD ABUSE OR
NEGLECT UNREPORTED! YOU MAY SAVE A CHILD'S LIFE!
Parents are encouraged to seek help when they detect warning signs that
they may be mistreating their children. Many families are finding success
with their problems through the Fort Bragg Family Advocacy Program.
CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER
Location:
336 Ray Avenue, Fayetteville
Phone:
486 – 9700
Fax: 486 - 8677
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1100
Services Provided: Offers child abuse prevention and intervention
services. The center can provide information to professionals, families,
and concerned citizens on all aspects of physical abuse, sexual abuse,
emotional abuse, and neglect of children. The Child Advocacy Center is
also available to provide public speaking engagements to FRGs, civic
organizations, and church groups. Please call for more information on
parenting classes and volunteer opportunities.
CHILD, YOUTH AND SCHOOL SERVICES (CYSS)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/cys.php
CYSS PARENT AND OUTREACH SERVICES
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/cysoutreach.php
https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil
PARENT CENTRAL REGISTRATION
Location:
4th floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 8110/1278
Fax: 396 - 0113
Hours of Operation:
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Registration: Monday – Friday
0830 – 1700
Services Provided:
• One stop registration for all CYSS patrons
• Full day and part-day preschool waiting lists for on-post care;
vacancies filled as they occur
• Referral list for off-post childcare, providers, and babysitters
• Babysitter Referral: referral list for teenage babysitters 13-18
years of age certified in CPR and first aid.
• Parent Education Services
Registration requirements:
• Proof of age
• Current shot record for children from birth to 5th grade
• Current sports physical (within last year) for enrollment in sports
• Health assessment for CDS & SAS programs (required 30 days
after registration)
• Medical documentation and/or Individual Education Plan (IEP)
SNAP (Special Needs Accommodation Process)
• Address needs of children with allergies, asthma, heart murmurs,
developmental delays, educational needs, etc.
• Programs and services within Child, Youth, and School Services
• Establish goals to help meet developmental milestones
• Any child with a special need must provide documentation prior to
completing CYSS Registration. The following medical action
plans (MAP) must be signed/stamped by a doctor: Allergy,
Respiratory, Seizure, and or Diabetic MAP. A Special Diet
statement is required for any food restrictions/allergies.
ARMY CHILD CARE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
Phone:
396 – 9226
Services Provided: Referral program to assist families with placement
on and off the installation.
JUVENILE REHABILITATION
Phone:
396 – 1270/5128
Services Provided: Administers disposition of misconduct committed by
juveniles on Fort Bragg. Rehabilitates through counseling, education and
community service. Protects the best interest of juveniles and the Fort
Bragg community.
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NATIONAL VISITING YOUTH PROGRAM/
FORT BRAGG BOY AND GIRL SCOUTS
Phone:
396-1270/5128
Services Provided: Opportunities for nationally recognized youth
groups such as Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts, 4-H Clubs, and church groups
to visit Fort Bragg. Tours are designed to offer youth and their leaders the
opportunity to familiarize themselves with the goals, customs, and
traditions of the Army. Liaison for on-post scouting activities for Area 33
Girl Scouts of the United States, and TUOCS District Boy Scouts.
Location:
Off-Site
KIDS ON SITE
Ground floor, Soldier Support Center,
Bldg 4-2843, Normandy Drive
Available on request
On-Site
Phone:
396 – 2465
Hours of Operation: Available on request
Services Provided: Hourly care for available for unit/organization
functions to include Family Readiness Groups, Battalion Coffees,
Welcome and PCS Briefs, OSC & ESA functions, Religious functions, unit
formals & parties, and Hail & Farewells. Call at least two weeks prior to
the event to discuss procedures for site approval, registration, and fees.
SOLDIER SUPPORT CENTER HOURLY CHILD CARE
Location:
Ground floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
432 – CARE (2273)
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
0800 - 1500
Services Provided:
• Hourly care for children 6 weeks – 12 years
• CYS membership required
• Cost: $4.00 per hour; 2 hour minimum
• For reservations call 432 – 2273 or online
https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil
VOLUNTEER CHILD CARE IN A UNIT SETTING (VCCUS)
Location:
4th floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 5128
Services Provided: Units can provide occasional short-term childcare
at no cost for unit family members and private organizations during
activities involving FRGs, spouse meetings and special functions by using
volunteers trained by CYSS. Contact the Outreach Services Director at
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least two weeks prior to function for information.
FAMILY CHILD CARE (FCC) PROGRAM
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/fcc.php
Location:
4th floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 3415
Fax: 396 – 1118
Services Provided:
• Available for children 4 weeks through 12 years
• Option of choosing a multi-cultural home
• Smaller environment with a maximum of six children
• More intimate surroundings where providers really get to know
your child on a personal basis fostering your child’s home away
from home
• FCC homes have activity centers, such as dramatic play area,
arts, manipulative games, blocks and reading areas
• FCC providers have a daily lesson plan that parents can view to
keep up with their child’s learning opportunities through the week
• Nationally accredited and state certified providers.
• Homes meet same Department of the Army regulatory
requirements including monthly inspection by fire, and safety,
USDA food program, and health program
• Extended care hours for early mornings, evenings, over nights,
weekends, and long term care options are available as well as
before and after school. Some FCC providers are even available
on holidays
CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com//cds.php
Location:
4th floor, Room 448, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 4313 or 908 - 4564
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1730
Services Provided: Provides developmental child care in two delivery
systems: seven centers and Family Child Care Homes. Child care
provisions can be made for children 4 weeks of age to 12 years of age for
full day, part day, hourly, extended, long term and special needs care.
It is our belief that a high quality early childhood program enhances the
physical, social, emotional, cognitive and language development of young
children while responding to their individual needs.
Location:
BAUGESS CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Bldg. B-6901, Manhay near Longstreet
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Phone:
907 – 5135
Fax:
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
Services Provided: Full-day care only
643 – 6349
0530 – 1800
COOK CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Location:
Bldg. F-1243, Gruber Road, COSCOM area
Phone:
396 - 2989/3349
Fax: 396 - 1845
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 - 1800
Services Provided: Full-day care only
FERNANDEZ CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Location:
Bldg. 1-6067, Knox Street adjacent to Irwin Middle School
Phone:
396 - 3936/4733
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 - 1800
Services Provided: Full-day care only
POPE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Location:
897 Armistead Street, Pope Army Airfield
Phone:
394 – 4326
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 – 1800
Services Provided: Full–day care only
PRAGER CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Bldg. 8-3684, 2nd Street adjacent to North
Commissary
Phone:
396 - 1136/1193
Fax: 396 - 1851
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 - 1800
Services Provided: Full-day care only
Location:
Post
RODGERS CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Location:
Bldg. 8-3267, 2nd Street, adjacent to Prager CDC
Phone:
432 – 5933
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 – 1800
Services Provided: Full – day care only
RODRIGUEZ CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Bldg B-7033, Sicily Drive, one block off
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 5429
Fax: 396 - 8788
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 – 1800
Services Provided: Part Day Pre-school, hourly care, and full-day care.
Part-Day Preschool: Services up to 5 hours per day for children 2-5
years (children must be potty trained); morning class two, three, or five
Location:
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days per week.
Hourly Care: Developmental services on an intermittent basis. Minimum
of two hours, maximum of twenty-five hours per week. Reservations can
be made up to 2 weeks in advance.
SCHOOL AGE SERVICES (SAS)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/sas.php
SCHOOL AGE SERVICES ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
Location:
5th floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 5780
Fax: 396 - 4048
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided: School Age Services (SAS) offers care for before
and after school with options for before school only or after school only.
Each of these options entitles program participants to full day care
services during out of school periods, excluding Federal Holidays, during
the school year. Additionally, separate SAS camps are operated during
Christmas and Spring breaks for those patrons who normally do not
require daily before and after school care. During the summer months,
SAS operates a full day camp option, in ten, one-week sessions and
eight, one-week half-day sessions.
BAEZ SAS
Location:
Bldg. B – 6012, Longstreet
Phone:
To be announced
Hours of Operation: School Year
Monday – Tuesday & Thursday – Friday
0530 – 0830 & 1430 - 1800
Wednesday 0530 – 0830 & 1330 – 1800
Summer and School closure days
Monday – Friday
0530 – 1800
MORALES SAS
Location:
526 Rockefeller Blvd., Bldg. L-6323,
Linden Oaks Housing Area
Phone:
366 – 1331
Hours of Operation: School Year
Monday – Tuesday & Thursday – Friday
0530 – 0830 & 1430 - 1815
Wednesday 0530 – 0830 & 1330 – 1815
Summer and School closure days
Monday – Friday
0530 – 1815
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WONDERFUL WORLD OF KIDS
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/CYS/wwk.php
Location:
Bldg. 1-4157, Knox Street
Phone:
396 - 2011/4621
Fax: 396 – 9215
Hours of Operation: School Year
Monday – Tuesday & Thursday – Friday
0530 – 0830 & 1430 - 1800
Wednesday 0530 – 0830 & 1330 – 1800
Summer and School closure days
Monday – Friday
0530 – 1800
SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/sls/sls.php
Location:
4th floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy
Drive
Phone:
432 – 1008
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided:
Transition Support
Partnership in Education
Installation/School Communications
Home School Linkages
Post-Secondary Prep Opportunities
SKIESUNLIMITED INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM (SKIES)
http://fortbraggmwr.com/CYS/skies.php
Location:
Tolson Youth Activities Center, Bldg. 4-1431, corner of
Reilly & Normandy Drive
Phone:
643 – 6039
Services Provided: Offers instructional classes, academies and
services that are designed to complement, expand and support the
academic, life skills and athletic experiences children and youth have in
school and the Army CYSS programs (karate, piano, gymnastics, tutoring
dance, etc.)
YOUTH EDUCATION LIAISON SERVICES
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/sls/yess.php
Location:
4th floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy
Drive
Phone:
432 – 1008
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided:
America’s Promise Youth Volunteers Program: Recruitment,
registration, placement and recognition of youth volunteers.
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Youth Leadership Initiatives: Coordination of youth leadership
opportunities, Army Family Action Program (AFAP) youth delegates, and
other leadership training and activities.
CYS FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM
Location:
4th floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843
Phone:
396 - 5601/6674
Hours of Operation: 0730 - 1630
YOUTH SERVICES
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/youthservices.php
Location:
5th floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 4-2843,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 5780
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
TOLSON YOUTH ACTIVITIES CENTER
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/tolson.php
Location:
Bldg. 4-1431, corner of Reilly & Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - KIDS (5437), 907 - KIDS
Fax: 396 – 7355
Hours of Operation:
School Days
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
1500 - 2000
Wednesday
1400 - 2000
Friday
1500 - 2000
Saturday
1100 - 2200
Non - School Days
Monday – Thursday 1300 – 2100 (open rec)
Friday
1300 – 2200 (open rec)
** See camp information one early opening programs**
Services Provided:
Middle School/Teen Programs: YS cardholders are entitled to
participate in Middle School and Teen programs offered daily in the
Tolson Center. Open recreation options are free and some special
events with nominal fees are offered monthly. Please check the
youth Website or pick up flyers at all youth program locations
Specialized Involvement Activities: Offered for specific ages
Activities range from dances, lock-ins, and enrichment tours to various
points of interest located in North Carolina.
Youth Sponsorship: Youth sponsors help incoming youth transition to
Ft. Bragg, Fayetteville and their new school.
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YOUTH SPORTS
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/CYS/youthsports.htm
Location:
4th floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843
Normandy Drive
Phone:
908 - 2619
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Services Provided: A wide range of recreational and developmental
activities for eligible youth. Some special instructional activities are
available for four and five year olds.
Sports and Fitness Programs: Include fall and spring soccer, flag and
tackle football, baseball and softball, basketball, ice hockey and
cheerleading. Individual sports ranging from track and field, tennis to
bowling and wrestling. Please call the sports office for more detailed
information. Training for adult volunteers is ongoing throughout the year
for all sports offered. Sport ages vary based upon activity. Age range
from 4 years to 18 years.
YOUTH SPORTS WAREHOUSE
Location:
Bldg. 2-2408, Woodruff & Jackson streets
Phone:
396 - 6712
Hours of Operation: Please call for seasonal hours or by
appointment
CLASS VI (SIX) STORES
MAIN CLASS VI
Location:
Bldg. 8-5476, Souter & D Streets (beside the North Post
Commissary)
Phone:
436 - 0404
Fax: 436 – 7679
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 1000 - 2000
Friday – Saturday
1000 - 2100
Sunday
1000 - 1800
PINES EXPRESS/CLASS VI/GAS STATION
Location
4227 Hefner, Bldg. 2-2650
Phone:
436 - 0612
Fax: 436 - 2229
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 0700 - 2200
Sunday
0900 - 2100
POPE CLASS VI (in the shoppette)
Location:
Bldg. 803, Armistead Street
Phone:
497 - 8181
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0630 - 2300
Saturday – Sunday 0730 – 2200
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SMOKE BOMB HILL VI (in the shoppette)
Location:
Corner of Reilly and Gruber Roads
Phone:
436 – 4600
Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours
(ARMED FORCES) MILITARY CLOTHING SALES STORE
(AFMCSS)
Location:
Phone:
Hours of Operation:
Location:
Phone:
Hours of Operation:
MAIN AFMCSS
Mini Mall, Bldg 4-2171, Reilly Street
436 – 2200 - Ext. 102
Monday – Saturday
0900 - 1900
Sunday
1200 – 1800
POPE AAFMCSS
803 Armistead, Bldg. 35
436 - 2834
Monday – Friday
Saturday
Sunday
0900 - 1800
1000 - 1600
Closed
CLUBS
ADMIN OFFICE (for all clubs)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/food.php
Location:
Bldg. 4-1469, Reilly Street, Directorate of FMWR
Phone:
396 - 2886
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1630
Services Provided: Administrative office responsible for management
of the club system.
GREEN BERET CLUB
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/gbclub.php
Location:
Bldg HT-3237, 9th & Buker Streets (off Gruber Road)
Phone:
907 - 4976
Fax: 907 - 4975
Hours of Operation for kitchen:
Lunch offered:
Monday – Tuesday 1100 - 1300
Kitchen open other times: Tuesday – Friday
1100 - 1900
Hours of Operation for Bar:
Monday
closed
Tuesday
1100 - 1900
Wednesday – Thursday
1100 - 2000
Friday
1100 - 2100
Saturday – Sunday
closed
Services Provided: Full service bar, pool tables, video games, large
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screen televisions, and darts. Catering is also available.
Authorized Patrons: Active duty and retired military, DoD civilians, their
Families and their guests as well to the general public.
MCKELLAR’S LODGE (ROD AND GUN CLUB)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/mckellars.php
Bldg 0-9127 Gruber Road across from the Fishing and
Wildlife Center
Phone:
907 - LAKE (5253)
Fax: 396 - 3156
Hours of Operation: Office Monday
0800 - 1330
Tuesday - Friday
0800 – 2000
BAR & LOUNGE
Hours of Operation: Monday
1100 - 1330
Tuesday – Friday
1430 - 2100
Lounge Menu:
Wednesday - Friday 1330 - 2000
Services Provided: Pool tables, backgammon, checkers, chess,
cribbage, and dominoes.
Location:
RESTAURANT
Hours of Operation: Lunch:
Monday – Tuesday 1100 - 1330
Wednesday – Friday 1100 - 2000
Services Provided:
Buffet lunch weekdays in a rustic setting
overlooking the beautiful wooded lake. Catering is available 7 days a
week.
RANGES
(Rifle, Pistol, and Archery)
Phone: 432 - 1391
Hours of Operation: Wednesday - Friday 1100 – 1700
Saturday – Sunday 1000 – 1700
Closed on Holidays
FORT BRAGG CLUB
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/oclub.php
Location:
Bldg. 1-4930, Corner of Armistead and Totten Streets
Phone:
907 - CLUB (2582) or 907 – 1945 Fax: 396 - 3229
Authorized Patrons: Open to all
Services Provided: Food and beverage for catering, lunch Monday
through Friday,Sunday Brunch, and entertainment.
Hours of Operation: Dining Room:
Lunch:
Monday - Friday
1100 - 1330
Sunday Brunch
1000 - 1330
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Brunch is offered on the following holidays:
Easter Sunday
Mother’s Day
Thanksgiving Feast
0830 – 1400
1000 – 1400
1100 & 1300 seatings
FORT BRAGG CLUB CATERING SERVICES, RESERVATIONS AND
ADMIN
Phone:
907 - 1945
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1630
Services Provided: Party bookings, hail and farewells, formals,
conferences, meetings, wedding receptions, etc. On and off post catering
can be provided 7 days a week.
SPORTS USA
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/sportsusa.php
Location:
Bldg 3-2102, Longstreet Road
Phone:
907 - 0739
Fax: 907 – 4158
Hours of Operation: Primos (Grill):
Lunch Buffet:
Monday – Friday
1100 - 1330
Grill is open daily:
1100 – 2330
Bar:
Monday – Thursday 1600 - 2400
Friday & Saturday
1300 - 0130
Football Season
1200 - 0130
Sunday
1300 - 2400
Authorized Patrons: Open to all
Services Provided: Interactive recreation facility, sports pay-per-view
special events, pool tournaments, sand volleyball, video games, karaoke,
live music entertainment, dancing, and a restaurant that features food and
on site catering. Food and soft drink delivery offered Wednesday –
Sunday, call 907-2388/2373. Also offers college and professional games
via satellite feed on 20 large screen televisions.
YNTEMA CLUB
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/yntema.php
Location:
Bldg. H-3606, Gruber Road,
close to intersection of Reilly Rd.(next to KFC)
Phone:
396 - 3310/3312
Fax: 496 - 1393
Hours of Operation:
Admin Offices:
Monday – Friday
1030 - 1800
Snack Bar:
Monday – Friday
1100 – 1300 &1600 - 2100
Saturday
1600 - 2000
Sunday
1100 - 1530
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Bingo:
Lunch – Monday – Friday
1100 - 1300
Monday – Thursday Early Bird
1900
Regular games
1930
Saturday
Early Bird
1830
Regular games
1900
Sunday
Early Bird
1330
Regular games
1400
Services Provided: Bingo and snack bar.
COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
CAMPBELL UNIVERSITY
http://www.campbell.fortbragg.com/
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg 2-1105, Macomb Street, 2nd floor, Stack B
Phone:
436 - 3242
Fax: 436 – 1794
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday
0830 - 1630
Friday
0830 – 1500
Location:
384 Maynard Street, Pope AFB-(National Testing Center)
Phone:
497-8237/8238
Fax: 497 - 2376
CENTRAL TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
http://www.ctcd.edu
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg 2-1105, Macomb Street, 3rd floor, Stack B
Phone:
497 - 2749
Fax: 436 – 7032
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 0830 – 1700
Friday
0830 – 1200
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY (ECU)
http://www.militaryoutreach.ecu.edu
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg. 2-1105, Macomb Street, Room 314, 3rd floor,
Phone:
436 – 2663 or 1-866-928-7210 Fax: 436 - 4124
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY (FSU)
http://www.uncfsu.edu/ftbraggcampus/
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg 2-1105, Macomb Street, 3rd floor, Stack B
Phone:
672-2965/2963
Fax: 497 - 9115
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
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FAYETTEVILLE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE (FTCC)
http://www.faytechcc.edu/stuserv/fort-bragg/
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg.2-1728, Soldier Development Center, room 110,
Armistead Street
Phone:
678 – 1050/1053
Fax: 436 – 8650
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg.2-1728, Soldier Development Center, 3rd floor, Rooms
320 – 322, Armistead Street
Phone:
436 - 8457
Fax: 436 - 1688
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
METHODIST COLLEGE
http://www.methodist.edu/
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg. 2-1105, Macomb Street, Stack B
Phone:
436 - 3624
Fax: 436 - 2004
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
TROY UNIVERSITY
http://bragg.troy.edu
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg 2-1105, Macomb Street. Stack B
Phone:
495 – 9000
Fax: 484 – 7835
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
UNC – PEMBROKE
http://www.uncp.ed/ced/ft.bragg
E-mail address:
[email protected]
Location:
Bldg 2-1105, Macomb Street. Stack B
Phone:
436 - 4295
Fax: 436 - 1421
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
E-mail address:
WEBSTER UNIVERSITY
http://www.webster.edu/fortbragg/
http://www.webster.edu/
Location:
Bldg 2-1105, Macomb Street. Stack B
Phone:
436 – 9802
Fax: 436 – 0198
Hours of Operation: Monday –Friday
0830 – 1700
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COMMISSARIES
http://www.commissaries.com/index.cfm
NORTH POST
Location:
Bldg. 8-5176, Corner of Bunter & Souter Streets
Phone:
396-2104/2902
Fax: 497 – 3042
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday
0900 – 1900
Sunday
0900 - 2000
SOUTH POST
Location:
Bldg. Z3252, 1017 Canopy Lane
Phone:
436 - 2487
Fax: 436 - 5261
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday
0900 – 2000
Sunday
0900 - 2000
Authorized patrons/patrons served:
Active duty, National Guard,
Reserve, and retired service members and their families.
Services Provided: Commissaries sell groceries and household
goods at an average savings of more than 30 percent when compared
to prices at local civilian supermarkets. Commissaries constitute one of
the top benefits for today’s military.
CONTACT (Crisis Line)
Location:
3507 Hill Street Hope Mills, NC 28348
Business Phone:
483 - 8970
Fax: 483 - 2187
Crisis Line:
485 - 4134
Hours of Operation: 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
Services Provided: CONTACT is a crisis intervention hotline for
information and referral. Confidential telephone counselors
well-trained volunteers backed by a professional staff.
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CREDIT UNIONS
BRAGG MUTUAL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Credit Union Shared Service Center Outlets
http://www.braggmutualfcu.com/
Locations:
219 North Main Street, Spring Lake
201 Hay Street, Fayetteville
2917 Village Drive, Fayetteville
3109 North Main Street, Hope Mills
Phone:
488 – 3515/1-800-257-0276
Fax: 488 - 6156
Hours of Operation: Monday –Thursday 0900 - 1700
Friday
0900 – 1800
Services Provided: Credit Union shared service center outlets: With
shared branching, credit unions from all the over the country share
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facilities to give members thousands of convenient locations to perform
transactions just as if they were in their home credit union.
ATM Locations
2636 Bragg Blvd., Fayetteville
2917 Village Drive, Fayetteville
7719 Raeford Rd., Fayetteville
4521 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville
219 North Main Street, Spring Lake
3050 North Main Street, Hope Mills
FORT BRAGG FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
http://www.fortbraggfcu.org
Main Location:
Hefner Plaza, South PX, Fort Bragg
Other Location;
Bldg. 4-3871, Bastogne Drive, Fort Bragg
1638 Skibo Road, Fayetteville
6300 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville
7840 Raeford Road, Fayetteville
Phone:
910 - 864-2232
Toll-free 800-793-2328
Fax:
910 – 487 - 8204
Hours of Operation: Monday & Friday & Paydays 0800 - 1800
Tuesday - Thursdays
0900 – 1700
ATM Locations:
Ft. Bragg Locations:
Airborne PX, Ardennes Street
Bastogne Drive Office
Butner Road AAFES Service Station
Dahl’s Gym
Dragon Lanes Bowling Center
Fort Bragg Club
Hefner Plaza Office
Landmark Inn, near the North Post Commissary
Mallonee Plaza
McKellar’s Lodge
Mini-Mall Shopping Center, Reilly Road
Moon Hall Lobby
North Post Commissary
North Post PX, Butner Road
Smokebomb Hill Gas Station
Soldier Support Center
Special Operations Academic Facility (Corner of Ardennes & Merrill)
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Sports USA
Stryker Golf Course
USASOC Headquarters
Womack Army Medical Center
Fayetteville Locations:
1638 Skibo Road, Fayetteville
6300 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville
7840 Raeford Road, Fayetteville
Fayetteville Pavilion, Skibo Road
Bordeaux Shopping Center, Owen Drive
Spring Lake Location
Southwind Plaza, North Bragg Blvd.
PENTAGON FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
https://www.penfed.org
Location:
Bldg. 357, 400 Sonic Street, Pope AAF
Phone:
1 – 800 – 247 – 5626
Hours of Operations:
Monday - Friday
0830 – 1630
Weekends & Federal Holidays
Closed
Location:
1800 Skibo Road, Suite 320, Fayetteville, NC
Phone:
1 – 800 – 247 - 5626
Hours of Operations:
Monday & Friday
0830 – 1730
Tuesday - Thursday 0830 – 1600
Saturday
1000 – 1300
Sundays & Federal Holidays Closed
CULTURAL RESOURCES PROGRAM
http://www.bragg.army.mil/Directorates/Directorate-of-Public-Works/EnvironmentDivision/Cultural-Resources.aspx
Location:
Bldg. 3-1333 Reilly and Butner Streets, DPW
Phone:
396 – 6680
Fax: 396 – 5830
Services Provided: A branch of the Environmental Sustainment
Division, tasked with the management of all cultural resources located on
Fort Bragg and Camp Mackall, including archaeological sites, historic
cemeteries, extant antebellum structures, historical districts and
structures, environmental areas, artifacts and document collections.
Mission is to facilitate readiness training for soldiers while ensuring
compliance with Federal and state laws as well as the Army regulations
intended to foster excellent stewardship. Offers tours (by appointment) of
historic sites, cemeteries, facilities and museum collections as well as
access to research archives. Provides and promotes community public
outreach activities. Provide lectures, workshops, classroom programs
and welcomes participation by volunteers.
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CUMBERLAND CO. DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER
and TEEN COURT
E-mail address: [email protected]
Location:
109 Green Street, Suite 308
Phone:
486 - 9465
Fax: 486 - 8369
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
(answering machine after hours)
Services Provided: Offers an alternative to litigation for people
wishing to resolve disputes without going to court. Problems mediated
include neighborhood problems, domestic disputes, landlord/tenant and
business/customer problems and claims over money and personal
problems. Disputants sit down with trained mediators who assist with
the negotiation of workable solutions to problems. The process is
voluntary and the mediator has no authority to render a decision or force
the parties to accept a settlement. But in many cases, mediation will
result in a final agreement. This is a free service.
Other Programs:
Teen Court, House Arrest, Telephone Curfew, Jail
Program, Training, and Victim/Offender Mediation Program.
DENTAL CLINICS/DENTAC
Location:
Phone:
http://www.bragg.army.mil/dentac/home.htm
DENTAC HEADQUARTERS
Bldg. 6837, Honeycutt & Normandy Roads
396 - 9488/6602
Fax: 396 – 7017
Location
Phone
DAVIS DENTAL CLINIC
Bldg. 4-1838, Normandy Drive
432 - 6190
Fax: 432 - 3475
JOEL HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC
Bldg. M-4861, Logistics Street
907 – 1078
Fax: 907 – 9356
Location :
Phone:
LAFLAMME DENTAL CLINIC
Bldg. C-6238, Ardennes Road
432 – 8170
Fax: 432 - 3023
Location:
Phone:
Location:
Phone:
ORAL MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY (WOMACK)
Womack Army Medical Center
907 - 6974
Fax: 907 - 8035
POPE DENTAL CLINIC
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Location:
Phone:
Bldg. M-260, 5424 Reilly Road
570 – 3002/3003
Location:
Phone:
RHODE DENTAL CLINIC
Bldg. D-3836, Ardennes Road
432 – 2526
Fax: 432 - 1101
Location:
Phone:
RESIDENCY DENTAL CLINIC
Bldg. 4-1838, Normandy Dr. (Davis Dental Clinic)
643 - 2197
Fax: 432 - 3475
Hours of Operation: Call clinics for hours
XVIII Airborne Corps Training Holidays:
Dental Clinics or DENTAC on Fort Bragg are open on most all XVIII
Airborne Corps Training Holidays with the exceptions of Memorial Day,
Independence Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Watch the Paraglide
for closure announcements. Also, the clinic will post on its doors where to
get emergency treatment whenever they are closed during normal duty
hours.
Emergency Care: After hour’s dental emergencies, will be seen at
Womack Army Medical Center (WAMC) Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic
by the dentist-on-duty (DOD). All dental emergencies report first to the
Emergency Room (ER). The ER staff will then direct your care to the Oral
Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic. During duty hours, dental emergencies will
be seen at the sponsor’s assigned dental clinic to relieve pain and correct
acute conditions.
Special Services:
The Dental Activity (DENTAC) offers the Infant
Oral Care Program to Active Duty Family Members. This program
teaches parents how to take care of their child’s teeth. The program is
offered monthly and is announced in the Paraglide. If you would like
more information, contact Pediatric Dentistry located at Womack Army
Medical Center, 907-8705.
Active Duty Soldiers receive full dental care. An examination is
required yearly. Soldiers should report to their unit’s assigned clinic for
examination. Follow-up care is by appointment.
Active Duty Family Members The Department of Defense (DoD)
TRICARE – Family Member Dental Plan (TFMDP) provides a
comprehensive dentistry benefit plan for active duty family members.
United Concordia Companies is the dental insurance. Enrolling in the
TFMDP is voluntary and the active duty member initiates enrollment of
family members by contacting his or her Personnel Administration
Center (PAC) and completing a DD Form 2494. Once the form is
completed and appropriate premiums are deducted from your payroll
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account, enrollment information is entered into the Defense Eligibility
Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS) and sent to United Concordia so
that your claims can be processed. Coverage is effective the first day of
the month after the month in which a sponsor enrolls and the proper
premium is deducted for his/her payroll account – this deduction should
be listed on the sponsor’s Leave and Earnings Statement (LES).
Note: Completion of a TRICARE medical enrollment form does not
enroll family members into the TFMDP. For family members to be eligible
for the TFMDP, the sponsor must be on active duty for more
than 30 consecutive days and must intend to remain on active duty
for no less than 24 months (unless returning from outside the
continental United States (OCONUS). To learn more about your
benefits contact United Concordia Companies, Inc. at 1 - 800-966 –
8499 between 0800 - 2000 Eastern Standard Time or visit their website at
www.ucci.com.
Family members who are ineligible for the TFMDP because their spouse
has insufficient time remaining on active duty are eligible for spaceavailable and emergency care only (no appointments available routine
care). Family members needing treatment should report to their spouses’
clinic. Family members must have a current military identification card
and must be registered in DEERS. Active duty members, Reservists,
National Guard are ineligible for TFMDP. Retired Service Members and
their Family Members receive space available care only. Emergency
cases will be treated on a case by case basis.
Retired Service members can enroll themselves and family members in
the Retiree Tricare Dental Treatment Program which is administered by
Delta Dental, go their website www.ddpdelta.org or by calling 1 – 888 –
838 - 8737.
Prenatal Dental Health: Prenatal dental health information is provided
by Residents. The topics include dental health while pregnant,
cleaning baby’s mouth, and fluoride, nutrition and dental health, nursing
decay, and other topics of general interest.
Identify Program: The child identification program consists of dental
charting, and fingerprinting sponsored by DENTAC and the CRIME
Prevention Section of the Provost Marshal’s Office.
This service is provided for events such as community fairs and health
fairs.
Dental Readiness Program: This program is provided to Soldiers and
commanders to ensure that the Soldiers assigned to Fort Bragg are
dentally “Fit to Fight.” Its purpose is to minimize time lost due to noncombat related dental casualties in a theater of operations.
Individual E-Mail notifications (AKO) are sent to Soldiers when their
annual exam is due. The unit Dental Readiness Liaison can pick-up
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Dental Readiness status Report bi-monthly or as needed, from their
respective assigned clinic.
One Stop Briefing: Every Wednesday, Incoming soldiers are
advised on Dental Readiness, Customer Service, Patient failed
appointments, Oral Health Initiative and Tricare Dental Insurance for
dependents. Soldiers are also briefed on the effects of combat stress
on oral hygiene.
DINING FACILITIES (DFAC)
**EACH DFAC HAS DIFFERENT HOURS FOR DINING, CALL AHEAD
FOR DINING TIMES AND CLOSURES**
Location:
Phone:
LSA EAST
Bldg. M-5530, Goldberg Street
396 – 9993
SMOKEBOMB HILL
Location:
Bldg. H-4842, Essayons Street
Phone:
396 – 2592
**CURRENTLY UNDER RENOVATION**
Location:
Phone:
82ND AIRBORNE CONSOLIDATED
Bldg. C-6532, Ardennes Street
643 -6929
Location:
Phone:
MODULAR DFAC
Bldg. 3-2306, Modularity Road
432 – 7526
Location:
Phone:
525TH BFSB
Bldg. 2-5112, Ricketts Street
396 – 8063
Location:
Phone:
IRON MIKE
Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center, Normandy Drive
396 – 3436
Location:
Phone:
18TH FIRES BDE
Bldg. D-3039, Messina Street
396 – 5987
Location:
3RD BCT
Bldg. A-3556, Butner Road
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Phone:
432 – 8796
Location:
Phone:
1st BCT
Bldg. C-2523, Ardennes Street
432 – 5977
Location:
Phone:
4th BCT
Bldg. B-1732, Bastogne Drive
432 – 7580
Location:
Phone:
82nd CAB
Bldg. 3-5103, Normandy Drive
432 – 5538
Location:
Phone:
USASOC
Bldg. E-4325, Sato Cano Road
432 – 2383
Location:
Phone:
Location:
Phone:
KITTY HAWK
Bldg. 352, Virgin Street, Pope AAF
394 – 4377
NCOA/NCNG
Bldg. A-4595, Butner Road
495 – 7025
DRIVER’S LICENSE OFFICES
http://www.dmv.dot.state.nc.us
EUTAW VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER OFFICE
Location:
841 Elm Street
Phone:
483 – 6249
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1630
GILLESPIE STREET OFFICE
486 - 1353 1045 (fax)
2439 Gillespie Street, Fayetteville, 28306 - 3051
Hwy 301 South
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided at all offices: Issues licenses and learner’s permits
required to operate motor vehicles, I.D. cards to non-drivers who are
county residents. Organ donor status is indicated on license. Voter
registration applications are available at all locations in conjunction with
license/permit issuance. You have 60 days after establishing residence
in North Carolina to renew your operator’s license. Everyone is required
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to take the written and vision tests to get a North Carolina license for the
first time. A license may be obtained for a nominal fee from the Driver’s
License Division of the Department of Motor Vehicles. No road testing is
given after 1630. Fees involved may be paid in cash or check. Also
administers road test for commercial driver’s license.
(ARMY) EDUCATION CENTER (AEC)
EDUCATION SERVICES DIVISION
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/education/education.htm
Location:
Bldg. 2-.1105, Wing A, Macomb and Reilly Streets
Administrative office:
432 – 2826
Fax: 432 - 1438
Education Testing :
396 - 2537
Fax: 432 - 2948
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
Closed All Federal Holiday’s and for the morning (half day) of the
last Thursday of the month
Services Provided: The Education staff is committed to providing
quality services and programs to active duty personnel, Family Members,
retired military personnel, and civilian personnel. Guidance Counselors
and counseling support staff provide a full range of adult and continuing
education counseling. Counselors are also available to visit units and
provide briefings to Soldiers and Commanders on the education
opportunities at Fort Bragg. Tuition assistance (TA) is also available.
College and university academic advising and face-to-face courses
provided through Fort Bragg partnered academic institutions. The AEC
also provides the full range of testing services. Education testing includes
Scholastic Aptitude (SAT), American Collegiate Test (ACT), and PRAXIS
(K-12 teacher qualification tests). Army Personnel Testing (APT) includes
Defense Language Aptitude Battery (DLAB), Defense Language
Proficiency (DLPT), Basic Math and Science Test (BMST), Test of Adult
Basic Education (TABE), Army Flight Aptitude Screening Test (AFAST).
SMOKE BOMB HILL MULTI-USE LEARNING FACILITY
Location:
Bldg. H-6338, Kedenberg Street
Phone:
396 - 9274
Fax: 396 - 8971
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Services Provided: Provides free use of multimedia computers with
internet access. Offers the Army Correspondence Course program,
digital libraries, self-development courses, college on-line, MOS library,
unit training classrooms (available on reservation basis), and GoArmyEd
portal access.
CORPS ARTILLERY MULTI-USE LEARNING FACILITY
Location:
Bldg. D-3145, Merderet Street
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Phone:
432 – 3404
Fax: 396 - 4757
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Closed all Federal Holidays
Services Provided: Provides free use of multimedia computers with
internet access. Offers the Army Correspondence Course program,
digital libraries, self-development courses, college on-line, MOS library,
unit training classrooms (available on reservation basis), and GoArmyEd
portal access.
NATIONAL TESTING CENTER
Location:
384 Maynard Street, Pope AAF
Phone:
497 – 8237/8238
Fax: 497 - 2376
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 – 1500
Services Provided: Offers College Level Exam Program (CLEP),
DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST), Excelsior College Exams
(ECE), and some PEARSON VUE tests. Independent college test
proctoring available for a small fee.
SOLDIER DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Location:
Bldg 2-1728, corner of Macomb and Armistead Streets
Phone:
396 - 6982/2351
Fax: 396 - 8113
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Services Provided: Enrollment is available for Basic Skills Education
Program (BSEP), Leader Skill Enhancement Courses, NCO Leader
Education and Development, English as a Second Language, and
Language Training Classes. College and university classes are offered
here also.
SOLDIER SUPPORT CENTER (SSC)
Location:
2nd floor, Wing A, Bldg.4-2843,
Phone:
396 – 8972
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Closed all Federal Holidays
Services Provided: In processing education briefings for all incoming
personnel. Out processing education counseling available for individuals
who are ETSing or PCSing.
EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES
http://www.bragg.army.mil//www-cpo/index.htm
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ADVISORY CENTER
Location:
Bldg 2-1414, Jackson St
Phone:
396 - 1402
Fax: 396 - 1968
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 - 1530
Authorized Patrons: XVIII Airborne Corps, Garrison, and Tenant
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Activities.
Services Provided include: recruitment & placement, position
management, classification, benefits, labor management, employee
relations, civilian payroll, and information services.
How Positions are filled: A variety of recruiting sources is used to fill
positions at Fort Bragg. Military spouse preference eligibles and family
members are a major source of recruitment for managers and
supervisors. Competition for jobs at Fort Bragg begins with registration
in the Department of Defense Priority Placement Program. Family
members are registered for occupational skills and grade levels for
which qualified and eligible. While registration in the program does not
guarantee placement, it does provide priority consideration. Family
members are referred for employment consideration as vacancies occur
in occupations for which they are registered.
Job Information: Fort Bragg Civilian Personnel provides counseling
and support services for spouses and family members. It also provides
registration services for eligible family members.
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QUICK REFERENCE NUMBERS
Office of the Director
396 - 6001/2807
Incentive Awards
396 - 3984
Systems Administration
396 - 7485
Training Officer
396 – 7485
Labor Relations
.396 - 8905/9138
FECA
396 - 1797
Management Advisory Center
396 - 6001
Retirement
396 - 6412
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JOB INFORMATION HOTLINES
Non-Appropriated Funds
396 – 3113/8933
Human Resource Center
396 – 1402
ARMY AND AIR FORCE EXCHANGE SERVICE (AAFES)
Location:
Bldg. 2T-2053, Corner of Woodruff & Sturgis Streets
Phone:
436 - 3535
Hours of Operation: Applications accepted on Monday - Friday
0730 - 1600
ACS EMPLOYMENT READINESS PROGRAM
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/ACS/erp.htm
Location:
Soldier Support Center, Bldg 4-2843, 3rd floor
Phone:
396 - 2390/1425 or 907 - 3421
Hours of Operation Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
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Services Provided: The Employment Readiness Program is a one-stop
for employment and job search information, community resources,
educational and volunteer opportunities. 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
NORTH CAROLINA EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION
http://www.ncesc.com/
FORT BRAGG OFFICE
Location :
1st Floor, Bldg. 4 - 2843, Soldier Support Center
Phone :
436 - 1304
FAYETTEVILLE OFFICE
Location
414 Ray Avenue
Phone
486 - 1010
Services Provided: Employment job search services, unemployment
insurance, and labor market information to the State’s workers,
employers and the public.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Location:
Bldg. 2-1278, Soldier Development Center
Corner of Macomb and Armistead Streets
Phone:
678 – 1278 (please leave a message)
Services Provided: Classes are offered by FTCC. Books and tuition
are provided free.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
http://www.bragg.army.mil/eo/
XVIII AIRBORNE CORPS INSTALLATION EO OFFICE
Location:
Bldg.: 2-1515, Jackson Street
Phone:
396 - 5214
Fax: 396 – 4841
TTY: 432 - 7036
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1700
Services Provided: Army Regulation 600-20 (Chapter 6-7) provides the
basis of the Army Equal Opportunity Program. The overall mission of
this office is as follows: Formulates, directs, and sustains a
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comprehensive effort to maximize human potential and to ensure fair
treatment of all persons based solely on merit, fitness, capability in
support of readiness. EO philosophy is based on fairness, justice, and
equity. Provides services for military personnel, family members and
civilian employees both on and off post. Individuals seeking assistance
should contact their unit Equal Opportunity Advisor before contacting the
Installation Equal Opportunity Office. .
FAST FOOD/ RESTAURANTS/COFFEE SHOPS
BURGER KING
Location:
Reilly Street near Gruber Road
Phone:
436 – 0217/1064
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0600 - 2100
Saturday – Sunday 0800 – 2000
Drive Thru:
Monday – Friday
0600 – 2300
Saturday – Sunday 0800 – 2000
BURGER KING
Location:
Pope Mini Mall, Pope AAF
Phone:
436 – 4578
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 - 2000
Saturday - Sunday
1100 - 1700
CAPTAIN D’S
Location:
Reilly Street near Gruber Road
Phone:
497 - 0829
Hours of Operation: Monday - Wednesday 1100 – 2000
Thursday – Friday
1100 – 2100
Saturday – Sunday 1130 – 2000
CHURCH’S CHICKEN
Location:
North Post PX, Bldg. 8-5050, 2nd & Butner Road
Hours of Operation: Monday – Saturday 1000 - 2000
Sunday
1030 - 1800
THE DIVOT
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/ryder.php#divot
Location:
at Ryder Golf Course on Normandy Drive
By the Fort Bragg Club
Phone:
396 – GOLF (4653)
Hours of Operation: Winter Hours:
0700 - 1400
Summer Hours:
0700 - 1600
Holiday Hours:
Dec 24
0700-1200
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Dec 31
0700-1400
GODFATHER’S PIZZA
Location:
Reilly Street near Gruber Road
Phone:
497 - 0419
Hours of Operation: Monday – Wednesday
Thursday – Friday
Saturday
Sunday
1030 – 2100
1030 – 2200
1100 – 2200
1100 – 2100
HABANERO MEXICAN GRILL
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/habanero.php
Location:
227 Reilly Street, Pope Army Airfield
at Willow Lakes Golf Course
Phone:
394 – 1381
Fax: 394 – 1384
Hours of Operation: Breakfast:
0730 - 1030
Lunch:
1030 - 1330
JAVA CAFE
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/rituals/rituals.htm
Location 1: 1st floor lobby, Soldier Support Center, Normandy Dr.
Phone:
432 – 9481
Hours of Operation: Weekdays 0700 – 1600
Location 2:
George’s Place, XVIII Airborne HQ’s Building,
(Restricted access)
Phone:
907 - 0698
Hours of Operation:
Weekdays
0730 - 1430
Location 3: HQs USASOC, Bldg. 2929 (Restricted Access)
Hours of Operation: Weekdays 0700 - 1300
All locations are closed weekends and Federal Holidays and some
training holidays.
Services Provided: Using genuine Italian equipment, recipes and
quality Arabica coffee. Friendly, certified, personnel trained in the Barista
Arts. Also serves freshly made salads and sandwiches daily.
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN (KFC)
Location:
Reilly & Gruber Road
Phone:
960 - 1200
Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday 1000 – 2400
Friday – Saturday
1000 – 0200
Sunday
1000 – 2400
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POPEYE’S
Location:
Bldg. 8-5476-A, Butner Road (Commissary Complex)
Phone:
306 – 3709 ext. 2
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 - 2000
Saturday – Sunday 0900 – 2000
STARBUCKS
Location:
PX Mini Mall, Bldg. 4-2171, Reilly Road
Phone:
436 – 2200 ext. 141
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 - 2000
Saturday - Sunday
0700 - 1900
Location:
Mallone Plaza, Bldg. 8-5476-A, Butner Road
(Commissary Complex)
Phone:
306 – 3709 ext. 421
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0530 - 2100
Saturday – Sunday 0700 – 2000
FINANCE
http://www.bragg.army.mil/18ssg/126fb/Default.htm
126th FINANCE BATTALION
BANK CUSTOMER SERVICE
Location:
2nd floor, Bldg 4-2145, First Citizen’s Bank, Reilly Road
Phone:
396 - 2238/2436
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
RESERVE PAY CUSTOMER SERVICE
Temporarily located behind the Soldier Support Center
In Bldg 4-2145 (Projected to move back into the SSC in the
basement in June 2009)
Phone:
907 – 3231 or 396 – 5481
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
Location:
TRAVEL PAY
Location :
5TH floor, Bldg. 4 - 2843, Soldier Support Center
Phone:
396 – 1117
Hours of Operations:
Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Location:
Phone:
SEPARATIONS/TRANSITION
5th floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center
396 – 1117
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Hours of Operations:
Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
INPROCESSING
Location :
2nd floor, Bldg.4-2843, Soldier Support Center
Phone:
396 – 3680
Hours of Operations:
Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
82D FINANCE
Location:
2 floor, Room 255, Gavin Hall, next to 82D Headquarters
Phone:
432 – 3969 or 643 – 6309
Hours of Operations:
Monday – Friday**
0900 – 1600
**Except for Wednesday
1300 – 1600
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FIRE DEPARTMENTS
http://www.bragg.army.mil/fire/default.htm
TO REPORT A FIRE OR ANY EMERGENCY, CALL 911
FIRE STATION # 1
Location:
Bldg. 6-9572, Knox and Honeycutt Streets
Phone:
396 - 1504/3777(8121 Fire chief)
Fax: 396 – 1111
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0700 - 1530
FIRE STATION # 2
Location:
Simmons Army Airfield, Bldg. P-4539,
1003 Parham Street
Phone:
396 - 9991/8217
Location:
Phone:
Location:
Phone:
Location:
Phone:
Phone:
FIRE STATION # 3
Bldg. B-7002, Longstreet
396 - 4136/5654
Fax: 396 - 0366
FIRE STATION # 4
Camp Mackall, Bldg. T-2766, Glider Road
(next to Camp Mackall Tower)
396 - 9014/3210
Fax: 643 - 6738
FIRE STATION # 5
Bldg. E-3673, 1309 Canopy Lane
432 - 5850/7964
Fax: 432 – 9555
FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICE
396 - 1504/7377
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THE FISHER HOUSE
http://www.fisherhouse.org/
Location:
12 Bassett Street
Phone:
432 – 1486
Fax: 432 - 3825
Services Provided: The Fisher House is a “home away from home” for
families of inpatients at Womack Army Medical Center, the Fayetteville
Veterans Affairs Medical Center and other area hospitals. It is designed
for families of critically ill patients at Womack and other area hospitals,
but is available to accept outpatient visitors on a space available basis.
The house is operated with a $10 per night fee and donations from the
community. The fee can be waived. For more information, call the Fisher
House at (910) 432 - 1486.
FOOD STAMP INFO
http://www.co.cumberland.nc.us/dss/home.htm
QUALIFICATION SCREENING
Location:
ACS, 3rd floor, Soldier Support Center
Phone:
396-8682/2507
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 -1700
Services Provided: ACS can provide an unofficial screening for
qualification, however if you do qualify, you must go to the office below
to apply.
APPLICATION PROCESS-CUMBERLAND COUNTY
Location:
Cumberland County Dept. of
Services
1225 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville
Phone:
323 - 1540
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1700
Social
APPLICATION PROCESS-HARNETT COUNTY
Location:
311 Cornelius Harnett Blvd., Lillington
Phone:
893 - 7510
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
FORT BRAGG AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
www.bragg.army.mil/fbacf
(mailing)
P.O. Box 74620
Fort Bragg, NC 28307
Phone:
(910) 583 - 1709
Hours of Operation: 24 Hours daily (answering machine)
Authorized Patrons: Active Duty Soldiers/Families assigned to Fort
Bragg, Retirees/Families who reside within 50 miles of Fort Bragg, and for
Address:
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,DoD Civilians employed at Fort Bragg,
Services Provided: Financial assistance in time of crisis when Red
Cross, AER, FRG’s, and other agencies cannot help. Each brigade-size
unit at Fort Bragg has a voting representative attend the quarterly
General Membership meetings. Request forms can be obtained from unit
representatives, or by request through our phone line. The Executive
Board and/or General Membership review all requests.
FORT BRAGG AREA OFFICERS SPOUSES CLUB (FBAOSC)
http://www.fbaosc.org
PO Box 70292
Fort Bragg, NC 28307
E-mail:
[email protected]
Authorized Patrons: Officers’ spouses, female officers on active duty at
Fort Bragg, and civilians GS-7 and above assigned to Fort Bragg who are
or whose spouses are eligible to be members of the FBAOSC.
Service Provided: The FBAOWC provides welfare, as well as
opportunities for social, cultural and creative pursuits, while supporting
worthwhile service and community projects. We are known for our
scholarship program, which provides high school and continuing
education students with funds to further their education. These funds are
earned through fund-raising projects and/or obtained through donations
from private businesses. The FBAOSC season runs from September
through May. The monthly membership programs are usually conducted
at the Fort Bragg Club. Two major fund-raisers are also held, beginning
with the Yule Mart Craft Fair in November, followed by a second held in
the spring.
Mailing Address:
GOLF COURSES
RYDER GOLF COURSE
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/ryder.php
Location:
Bldg. 1-5625, Normandy Drive
Phone:
907 – GOLF (4653) Fax: 432 – 8146
Pro Shop Hours of Operation:
Summer months
Daily 0630 - 1830
Winter months
Daily 0730 - 1700
Services Provided: An 18 hole United States Army golf course
designed by C.C. McCusion in 1930. Open to all ranks with daily fees,
punch cards or annual memberships available. Golf lessons are available
by appointment only. Clubhouse and fully stocked pro shop with latest in
golf merchandise. Driving range, putting and chipping greens are also
available.
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STRYKER GOLF COURSE
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/stryker.php
Phone:
396 - 3980
Fax: 396 – 4058
Location:
Bldg.K-1219, Bragg Boulevard across from Fairgrounds,
between Knox and Gruber Roads
Pro Shop Hours of Operation:
Summer months
Daily 0630 - 1900
Winter months
Daily 0730 – 1700
Services Provided: An 18-hole Donald Ross designed golf course,
driving range, practice green, clubhouse with Pro-Shop and locker rooms.
Pro-Shop is fully stocked with the latest in golf merchandise. Golf
lessons, clinics, and club fittings are available by appointment and
conducted by a member of Stryker’s PGA professional Staff.
HEDRICK STADIUM
Location:
Corner of Long & Reilly Streets
Phone:
396 -2231
Fax: 396 - 1216
Events: Special events such like outdoor concerts, sporting events
and other activities. The stadium may be reserved for unit activities.
HOUSING (PICERNE MILITARY HOUSING)
www.braggpicerne.com
6th Floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
495 - 0878
Fax: 497 - 4218
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 - 1700
Services Provided: Welcome to Fort Bragg! By relocating to Fort
Bragg, you have a unique opportunity to reside in one of the Army’s
privatized military housing programs under Picerne Military Housing. This
program permits military families to experience the same quality homes,
amenities and services offered by most civilian housing communities
without incurring the additional cost.
Picerne Military Housing Neighborhood Offices
Contact Information for each Neighborhood Office:
ARDENNES/BATAAN/BASTOGNE GABLES
Location:
101 Varsity Drive
Phone:
436 – 6054
Fax: 436 - 1364
Email:
[email protected]
Location:
Location:
Phone:
Email:
BIAZZA RIDGE
101 Graham Place
487 – 0244
Fax : 487 - 3152
[email protected]
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Location:
Phone:
Email:
CASABLANCA/ANZIO ACRES
625 South Lucas Drive
495 – 0120
Fax: 495 – 0806
[email protected]
[email protected]
Location:
Phone:
Email:
CORREGIDOR COURTS/BOUGAINVILLE
301 North Dougherty Drive
497 – 6255
Fax: 497 - 6991
[email protected]
Location:
Phone:
Email:
HAMMOND HILLS
70 Bastogne Drive
436 – 4066
Fax: 436 - 2611
[email protected]
Location:
Phone:
Email:
LINDEN OAKS
1 Hilltopper Street, Cameron, NC
764 – 5000
Fax: 764 – 4902
[email protected]
Location:
Phone:
2 Douve Place
436 – 4743
NIJMEGEN
Email:
Fax:
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[email protected]
436 - 2590
Location:
Phone:
Email:
NORMANDY
27 Hunt Street
436 – 3125
Fax: 436 - 5767
[email protected]
Location:
Phone:
Email:
POPE NEIGHBORHOOD
4 Packett Circle
764 – 5010
Fax: 764 – 4910
[email protected]
STE MERE EGLISE
Location:
7905 Sicily drive
Phone:
497 – 0510
Fax: 495 - 0540
Email:
[email protected]
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1800
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Saturday
1000 - 1700
Sunday
1200 – 1700
Services Provided: Nine Picerne neighborhood offices serve military
families living on-post. Each office provides full service property
management to its neighborhood. The knowledgeable, dedicated
neighborhood teams are available seven days a week to assist with
matters such as assignment and termination, placing of work orders and
resolving neighbor relations problems. Picerne maintenance services
include interior repairs and lawn maintenance for each home. Residents
no longer have to cut their grass! Picerne’s surface-clean move-out policy
has saved thousands of dollars for military families, as a cleaning team is
no longer necessary to clear post.
OFF-POST HOUSING/HOUSING REFERRAL OFFICE
*NOTE: THIS OFFICE IS NOT PART OF PICERNE*
Location:
6th Floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 2626/6004
Fax: 396 - 7705
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1630
Closed for lunch
1130 – 1200
Services Provided: All personnel, married or single, must report to the
Housing Referral Office prior to entering into a rental, lease, or purchase
agreement for any housing off-post. Assistance in the form of rental
listings, information on North Carolina rental law, maps, landlord/tenant
responsibilities and off limit establishments is available and will be
provided during housing in briefing at Hardy Hall.
All personnel in ranks Private to Sergeant are required to have a unit
representative inspect their prospective off-post rental unit for
adequacy prior to their entering into any lease agreement as
prescribed by Fort Bragg Memorandum of Instruction number 9-97,
Off Post Housing Rental Procedures date, 8 Sep 97.
UNACCOMPANIED PERMANENT PARTY HOUSING
Location:
Bldg. D-3705, Hardy Hall, Darby Loop, off Bastogne Drive
Phone:
396 - 3745/4702
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1600
Closed for lunch
1130 - 1200
Services Provided: On-post housing for unaccompanied senior enlisted
or officers (Sergeant First Class (SFC) and above) is not available on
Fort Bragg. Unaccompanied Soldiers in ranks SFC and above must
establish their permanent residence in the private sector. A Statement of
Non-Availability is not required for SFC and above. Basic Allowance for
Housing (BAH) at without dependent rate will be initiated during in
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processing. Assistance in locating an off-post residence is available at the
housing office located in Hardy Hall. All unaccompanied Staff Sergeants
(SSG) and below are required to reside in single Soldier housing on-post.
A Soldier in the rank of SSG and below must obtain a Statement of NonAvailability (SNA) prior to renting or purchasing a residence off-post.
Request for SNA will be routed through Chain of Command to Brigade
level prior to submission to the housing office.
UTILITIES: Rates vary between $100 - $300 per month depending on
the type of heat and air-conditioning.
• ELECTRIC DEPOSIT ranges between $100.00 - $300.00
• GAS DEPOSIT is approximately $125.00
• OIL DEPOSIT is usually not required because most companies
operate on a cash basis
• TELEPHONE DEPOSIT is according to the application that is
filled out approximately $100.00
• WATER DEPOSIT ranges from $15.00-100.00. There are a
number of private water companies operating in the area.
• CABLE - normally no deposit, payment in advance for service
NOTE: The Utility Deposit Waiver Program is a combined effort of
the Fort Bragg Command, the Housing Office and Fort Bragg Federal
Credit Union to help Soldiers waive utility deposits by having the
deposits guaranteed by the Credit Union.
ELIGIBLE PATRONS: You must be active duty military at Fort Bragg
and a member of the Fort Bragg Federal Credit Union. Membership must
be maintained while you are participating in the Utility Waiver
Program. You must sign up with the Utility Point of Contact (UPOC).
Electric companies participating in the program are: PWC, Lumbee River,
South River, and Central EMC. Once you are enrolled in the program,
you must pay your utility bill in a timely manner or you may be terminated
from the program and may have to pay the normal deposit to re-establish
your service as required by the utility company.
ID CARD/DEERS FACILITIES
MAIN ID CARD FACILITY
http://www.bragg.army.mil/iag/sites/services/idcardfac.asp
Location:
1st floor, Bldg. 4-2843 (old Womack Hospital), Soldier
Support Center, Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 – 9339/8811
Fax: 396 - 4584
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
0900 - 1700
Thursday
0900 – 1900
Services Provided: ID cards for Soldiers assigned to corps, garrison,
tenant units, retired, reserve Soldiers and family members residing in the
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Fort Bragg area, and family members of active duty Soldiers in the Fort
Bragg area not assigned to the installation.
82nd ABN. ID CARD FACILITY
Location:
Bldg. C-7471, Gavin Hall
Phone:
432 – 4182
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
0815 - 1615
Closed on all Federal and Training Holidays
Services Provided: ID cards for Soldiers assigned to 82nd and their
family members residing in the Fort Bragg area.
NOTE: All active duty and retired military should use their respective ID
card issuing facility to ensure that the Defense Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System is properly updated to list family members authorized
military benefits.
IMMIGRATION & CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION
ACS INTERNATIONAL READINESS PROGRAM
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/irp.php
Location:
3RD Floor, Bldg. 4 - 2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 6120
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700 please call to
make an appointment.
Services Provided: Provides information and workshops on
immigration services to include: Petitions, Visas, and obtaining citizenship
or legal permanent residency.
XVIII AIRBORNE CORPS LEGAL ASSISTANCE OFFICE
Location:
Bldg. 2-1133, Macomb and Armistead Streets
Phone:
396 – 6113/0396
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
0900 – 1200 1300 – 1600
Services Provided: Provides assistance with Naturalization forms, and
answers immigration questions. Clients seen by appointment ONLY
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Fridays.
THE IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/
Toll free phone line to request forms 1 – 800 – 870 - 3676, this is an
automated system and you will not talk with an INS staff person.
To talk with an INS staff person about the status of your application, or
with questions about requirements, forms, etc. that cannot be answered
through the automated system, call 1-800-375-5283. You MUST have
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your alien registration number available when calling this number. If you
have access to a computer and any on-line service, you can access the
INS and obtain information on all of its services to include forms, answers
frequently asked questions, etc.
INFORMATION SERVICES
INFORMATION AND REFERRAL (ACS)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/ACS/inforeferral.php
Location:
3RD Floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 8682/8683 or 1 – 800 – 958 - 4759
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services Provided: Provides information regarding military and civilian
community resources. Provides a solution to the difficulties of
negotiating the complex maze of community services.
ACCESS
http://www.cumberland.lib.nc.us/
Location:
Cumberland County Library
300 Maiden Lane, Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone:
483 - 7727
Fax: 486 - 6661
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0900 – 2100
Friday
0900 - 1800
Sunday
1400 - 1800
Services Provided: ACCESS is a telephone and walk-in reference and
information and referral service administered by the Cumberland County
Public Library and Information Center. ACCESS can provide answers to
questions about employment, financial aid, education, legal services,
health services, recreational and cultural opportunities, consumer
problems, volunteer opportunities, and general information. Librarians
assist patrons in using the computerized catalog and materials from the
reference library and circulating collections.
INSPECTOR GENERAL (IG)
XVIII AIRBORNE CORPS IG
Location:
Bldg. 1-2732, Corner of Randolph & Armistead Streets
Phone:
396 - 5106/5117
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1630
1ST SUSTAINMENT COMMAND IG
Location:
Bldg. MT-2651, Lane & Quartermaster Street
Phone:
396 - 8907/2788
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 0900 - 1630
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82D AIRBORNE DIVISION IG
Location:
Bldg. C-7137, Ardennes & Gela Streets
Phone:
432 - 3909/2246/4705
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 – 1700
USASOC IG
Location:
Bldg. D-2609, Ardennes St.
Phone:
432 - 4151/6722/4402
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1700
1ST ROTC IG
Location:
Bldg. 2-5935, Butner and Armistead St.
Phone:
396 - 8874/6927
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1730
WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER IG
Location:
Womack Army Medical Center, Room IP-8
Phone:
432 - 4884/4840
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1630
Services Provided: The Inspector General (IG) assists military
personnel, their dependents, and civilians to resolve problems that cannot
be solved by the chain-of-command, or other agencies. Individuals
seeking assistance should contact the IG serving his/her unit of
assignment before contacting the XVIII Airborne Corps IG. All offices
operate on a walk-in basis and can accept assistance requests on the
telephone.
JUMP INFORMATION
http://www.bragg.army.mil/pao/18th_airborne_corps_jump_schedul.htm
Phone:
396 - MEMO (6366)
Service Provided: A 24-hour telephone information service that
reports the current jump schedule.
LAUNDRY/DRYCLEANERS
PX MINI MALL
Location:
Bldg. 4-2070, Reilly Road
Phone:
497 - 0305
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1800
Saturday
0900 – 160
Sunday
Closed
Location:
Phone:
AIRBORNE PX
Bldg C-5939, Ardennes
497 - 1514
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Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
Saturday
Sunday
1000 - 1900
1000 - 1500
Closed
POPE AAF
Location:
Bldg. 835, Academy St
Phone:
436 – 4166
Fax
864 - 7066
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
1000 - 1800
Saturday
1000 - 1400
Sunday
Closed
QUARTERMASTER LAUNDRY
Location:
Bldg. 2-2055, Sturgis St.
Phone:
396 – 7143 or 436 - 3990
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1600
(Linen Exchange)
Monday – Friday
0700 - 1800
(Cash Bundle/Cooks’ Whites)
Weekends & Holidays Closed
May close early on Training Holidays
LEADER DEVELOPMENT CENTER (LDC)
https://airborne.bragg.army.mil/ldc/
Location:
Bldg. 2T-2020, Woodruff Street
Phone:
396 - 2534
Fax: 396 - 7719
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1600
Services Provided: The mission of the Leader Development Center is to
be a driving force for change and continuous improvement in support of
the Army’s continuing readiness posture. The Leader Development
Center will provide for our customers the highest quality training and
education solutions in developing a world class work force. Formal
training, resource materials, and correspondence courses are available.
LEGAL ASSISTANCE/STAFF JUDGE ADVOCATE(JAG)
http://www.bragg.army.mil/SJA/default.htm
XVIII AIRBORNE CORPS
Location:
Bldg. 2-1133, Macomb and Armistead
Phone:
396 – 6113
Fax: 396 - 9636
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Friday
0900 - 1630
Wednesday
1300 - 1630
Thursday
0730 - 1130
Services Provided: Advice and assistance on legal problems including
domestic relations, non-support, consumer protection, immigration, and
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taxes. Provides assistants in the preparation of documents such as
powers of attorney, and wills. It is recommended that you bring all leases,
agreements, contracts, etc. to the Legal Assistance Office for review
BEFORE you sign.
IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION FOR SPOUSES
It is very important for you, as a military spouse, to have in your
possession certain documents. If you are required to take full
responsibility for the family for any reason, you will be able to do so with
no problems. Your sponsor should have most of this information.
SIT DOWN WITH HIM OR HER AND GATHER THIS INFORMATION
AND THESE DOCUMENTS. THE HOUR YOU SPEND GOING OVER
THIS WILL SAVE YOU TIME LATER ON. KEEP THE FOLLOWING
DOCUMENTS IN A SPECIAL CONTAINER THAT YOU CAN
DEFINITELY FIND IMMEDIATELY!!!!
1. Marriage Certificate.
2. Birth Certificate of all family members
3. Shot Records (up-to-date), of all family members, including pets
4. Citizenship papers, if any
5. Adoption papers, if any
6. Passports, if any
7. Armed Forces Identification Cards of ALL family members (10
years of age or older)
8. Your sponsor's Social Security number
9. All Government and Civilian Life Insurance policies - or a list of
companies, policy numbers, types of insurance, local and
out-of-town addresses - INCLUDE EACH COMPANY'S
TELEPHONE NUMBER WHEN POSSIBLE.
10. Last LES (Leave and Earnings Statement).
11. POWER OF ATTORNEY. Keep several copies. You may need a
copy for the Transportation Office, licensing agency, or landlord.
There are some things you cannot accomplish in the absence of
the military sponsor, i.e. selling a car or registering it; signing a
deed for your spouse; and arranging for quarters or transportation
through the military.
12. COPIES OF BOTH HUSBAND'S AND WIFE'S WILL. In some
states, if the husband does not have a current will, in the event of
his death, the children or parents receive two-thirds of the estate,
and the wife, one-third. IT IS FOR YOUR PROTECTION THAT
BOTH PARTIES HAVE WILLS. The Legal Assistance Office can
prepare these important documents for you. You should review
your will every three years or more often to make sure it
accomplishes your goals upon your death.
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13. NINE (9) COPIES OF YOUR SPOUSE'S TDY and/or PCS
ORDERS. If you move by yourself, you will need extra copies of
these orders. However, with these copies you can have others
made without cost to you by going to your sponsor's unit.
14. CURRENT ADDRESSES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS of all
members of IMMEDIATE FAMILIES of both you and your spouse.
Immediate family includes Father, Mother, (if adopted, Stepfather
and/or Stepmother), a person in Loco Parentis, Children,
Brother(s), Sister(s). You may also wish to include other living
blood relatives such as Grandparents. You should have all
important telephone numbers you may need in case of
emergency.
LIBRARIES
JOHN L. THROCKMORTON LIBRARY
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/library.php
Location:
Bldg.1-3346, Randolph St.
Phone:
396-BOOK(2665)/1691
Fax: 907 – 2274
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 1000 - 1900
Friday
1000 - 1600
Saturday
1200 – 1600
Sunday & Federal Holidays Closed
Authorized Patrons: Military personnel assigned to Ft. Bragg/Pope AFB
and their family members; Retirees and family members living in the
Fayetteville area; DA Civilian employees; Red Cross employees working
on Ft. Bragg; AAFES employees working on Ft. Bragg.
Services Provided:
• Pre-School Story Hour
Wednesday 1100
• Research assistance
• Reader advisory
• Interlibrary Loans
• Photocopy machine (fees charged)
• Microform readers
• Printers
Resources
• Books (over 100,000)
• Newspapers & Magazines
• Microfilm and microfiche
• Music CD’s
• Books on CD's
• DVD’s
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CUMBERLAND COUNTY LIBRARIES
http://www.cumberland.lib.nc.us/
Headquarters Library
Location:
300 Maiden Lane, Fayetteville
Phone:
483 - 7727
Fax: 486-6661
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0900 – 2100
Friday – Saturday
0900 – 1800
Sunday
1400 – 1800
BORDEAUX BRANCH
Location:
3711 Village Drive, Fayetteville
Phone:
424 - 4008
Hours of Operation: Monday – Tuesday
Wednesday – Saturday
Sunday
Closed
0900 – 2100
1100 – 1800
CLIFFDALE REGIONAL BRANCH
Location:
6882 Cliffdale Road, Fayetteville
Phone:
864 – 3800
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0900 – 2100
Friday - Saturday
0900 - 1800
Sunday
1400 - 1800
EAST REGIONAL BRANCH
Location:
4809 Clinton Road, Fayetteville
Phone:
485 – 2955
Hours of Operation: Monday – Wednesday
0900 - 2100
Thursday - Friday
0900 – 1800
Saturday
1100 - 1800
Sunday
Closed
HOPE MILLS BRANCH
Location:
3411 Golfview Road, Hope Mills
Phone:
425 – 8455
Hours of Operation: Monday – Wednesday
0900 - 2100
Thursday - Saturday
0900 - 1800
Sunday
Closed
LAW LIBRARY
Location:
117 Dick Street (Cumberland County Court House),
Room 341
Phone:
321 – 6600
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700 (closed for
lunch 1300 – 1400)
Saturday – Sunday Closed
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NORTH REGIONAL BRANCH
Location:
855 McArthur Road, Fayetteville
Phone:
822 – 1998
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0900 – 2100
Friday - Saturday
0900 - 1800
Sunday
1400 - 1800
SPRING LAKE BRANCH
Location:
101 Laketree Blvd., Spring Lake
Phone:
497 – 3650
Hours of Operation: Monday – Tuesday
0900 – 2100
Wednesday – Saturday
1100 – 1800
Sunday
Closed
WEST REGIONAL BRANCH
Location:
7469 Century Circle, Fayetteville
Phone:
487 – 0440
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0900 – 2100
Friday – Saturday
0900 – 1800
Sunday
1400 – 1800
MOBILE OUTREACH SERVICE
Provides regularly scheduled mobile outreach service to customers who
are unable to visit the library. For information on eligibility and service
please call 307 – 3431.
LODGING/BILLETING
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/lodging/lodgingdirectory.htm
AIRBORNE INN
Location:
Bldg. D-3601, Moon Hall, Darby Loop, off of Bastogne
Drive
Phone:
396 - 7700
Fax: 396 – 3033
The following are all part of the Airborne Inn, but you must call the
above phone number for reservations.
DELMONT HOUSE
Location:
Bastogne Drive, across from the Fort Bragg Federal Credit
Union
LEAL HOUSE
Location:
Reilly Street behind the Main NCO Club
NORMANDY HOUSE
Location:
Corner of Totten and Armistead Streets
opposite the Officers' Club
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Location:
HARDY HALL
Darby Loop off Bastogne Drive, between Reilly &
Zabitosky Road
FORRESTAL HALL
Location:
Corner of Hamilton and Scott Streets
Phone:
396-7700 ext. 1771
Services Provided: Guest facilities for military personnel, their family
members and guests. All ranks/grades can stay in any of the Airborne
Inn facilities. Limited room availability for those with pets. Advance
reservations are permitted by all ranks on leave or official duty.
Other Information: The Airborne Inn has 5 conference rooms inquire
about prices and reservations by contacting Mr. Lee Finely at 396 - 7700
ext. 1704 or Ms. Julie Bingham at 396 - 7700 ext. 1702.
MARKETING
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/sponsadv/sponsadv.htm#advertising
Location:
Reilly Road directly behind the DMWR Building, across
from the Main NCO Club
Phone:
396 - 1024/2906
Fax: 396 - 6339
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1700
Services Provided: The Marketing Services Branch has the overall
responsibility for the coordination and integration of all MWR-wide
marketing efforts. The Marketing Services Branch provides research
based support to operation managers that result in the delivery of
customer desired programs and services, while supporting leadership
with information essential in formulating strategic plans. The Marketing
Services Branch oversees the Commercial Sponsorship and Commercial
Advertising Programs while providing market studies, graphic arts
support, and media relations.
MILITARY ONE SOURCE
www.militaryonesource.com
User ID: military
Password: onesource
Military One Source offers advice, support, practical solutions, and
online resources. Whether you’re preparing for a new baby or preparing
for retirement, getting organized or getting out of debt—no matter who
you
are – Military One Source is for you. No questions too small, no issue
is too big. The service is pre-paid and confidential. And because you
never know when you’ll need us, we’re here 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week. Phones are answered live by qualified staff. Low vision
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accessible. Simultaneous translation of 150+ languages.
Phone:
1 – 800 – 342 - 9647 (Inside United States)
1 – 800 – 3429 - 6477(outside United States)
1 - (484) 530-5908
Collect
(from outside the US) 1 – 800 -346 – 9188
TTY/TDD:
1 – 877 - 888- 0727 En espanol, llame al
MILITARY POLICE
http://www.bragg.army.mil/PSBC-PM/default.htm
MILITARY MP DESK
Location:
Law Enforcement Center, Bldg. 2-5634,
(adjacent to the intersection of Butner Road. and
Armistead Street)
Phone:
396 - 0391/0392
Fax: 396 – 4414
Phone:
322 -3418
ACS Victim Advocate Hotline
Services Provided The Military Police (MPs) provide law enforcement
support to XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg.
EMERGENCY NUMBERS
MP Emergency
911
Report A Crime (No Questions)
911
From commercial telephone:
MP Emergency
911
For families living off post:
Cumberland County Sheriff
323 - 1500 (non-emergency)
Emergency (County):
911
Fayetteville Police Department:
433 - 1529 (non-emergency)
Emergency:
911
CRIME PREVENTION OFFICE
Phone:
396 - 6569/4716
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
0900 - 1700
Wednesday 1300 – 1700
Services Provided: The Fort Bragg Crime Prevention mission is to help
you avoid becoming a victim of crime. In addition to offering a wide variety
of suggestions to help you better secure your home and valuables, we
offer do-it-yourself instructions on the installation of better locking devices
on windows and doors and other methods of reinforcing your locks as a
first-line defense against burglary. The Crime Prevention Office also
assists communities in setting up Community Watch programs, which are
a proven method of preventing burglary and vandalism. Classes and
instruction are available for groups of concerned individuals. The classes
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offered are designed to teach protection methods against rape, burglary,
and child molestation. Pamphlets, handouts, housing crime prevention
surveys, and classes are available upon request.
MILITARY POLICE INVESTIGATIONS (MPI) SECTION
Phone:
396 - 6608/5617/7589
Fax: 396 - 4414
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
Fingerprinting:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
1130 - 1300
Services Provided: MPI Section conducts investigations of offenses
which are outlined in Chapter 3, AR 190-30, and all offenses directed by
the provost marshal or NCOIC of the MPI section (i.e. assaults,
domestics, larceny of private property; larceny of government property,
including shoplifting; worthless checks; child abuse/neglect. The MPI
section also does fingerprints for secret clearances. An MPI investigator
is assigned to the Albritton Jr. High school as SRO, and MPI handles
matters concerning juvenile offenders.
Conduct protective service
missions and undercover investigations when necessary.
POLICE SERVICES
Phone :
396 - 4931/9363
Fax: 396 - 4414
Traffic Concerns/Complaints:
396 - 3820
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 0830 - 1600
Wednesday
closed
Services Provided: Military police reports needed to file a claim or for
insurance purposes can be obtained from the customer services window.
Routinely, reports take seven to ten working days to complete following
any incident. Military ID Card, military or civilian driver’s licenses are
needed to obtain a military police report. Reports will only be released to
individuals listed as victims, witnesses, or complainants. Police Services
is also the point of contact should you lose your on-post-driving privileges.
All questions or requests for reinstatement of driving privileges, requests
for limited driving privileges are appealed through Police Services.
TRAFFIC TICKETS
Phone:
396-9132
Fax: 396-4414
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800-1630
Services Provided: Personnel can contact this section to obtain
answers to questions about tickets received on post, and obtain
duplicates of lost tickets.
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ACCESS CONTROL POINT (ACP)SECTION
http://www.bragg.army.mil/PSBCPM/Information/PostAccess.htm
Phone:
396 - 1272
Fax: 396 - 4414
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Services provided: The ACP Office coordinates vehicular and
pedestrian access to Fort Bragg via manned ACPs. The following ACPs
are open 24/7 to all vehicles with or with out decals: Knox Street, All
American at Zabitosky, Long Street, Randolph Street, and Yadkin Road.
Access to Simmons AAF is also available 24/7 to all vehicles. Trucks
larger than pickup truck or full size passenger vans are limited to Knox
Street and Long Streets. Contact this office for information on Access
control.
(DIRECTORATE OF FAMILY) MORALE, WELFARE AND
RECREATION (DFMWR)
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/
Services Provided: In addition to the regular programs, activities, and
services offered, DFMWR sponsors a wide variety of special activities
and events, including sports tournaments, concerts, the Fort Bragg Fair,
the Oktoberfest International, and much more. DFMWR sponsors a
variety of events each February in honor of American Music Month;
National Library Week activities each April; and the various facilities and
programs offer a variety of holiday and seasonal events. The DFMWR
programs and activities are listed in alphabetical order in this book.
MOVIE THEATER
http://www.shopmyexchange.com/ReelTimeTheatres/Movies-PopeAFB.htm
Call:
436-5323 for movie information
POPE AAF
Location:
Bldg. 372, Virgin St
Hours of Operation: Friday, Saturday, & Sunday only
Movie Time: varies
MUSEUMS
http://www.asomf.org/
AIRBORNE & SPECIAL OPERATIONS MUSEUM
Location:
100 Bragg Boulevard, downtown Fayetteville
Phone:
643 - 2766
Fax: 485-2024
Gift Shop Phone:
643 - 2781
Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Saturday 1000 – 1700
Sunday
1200 – 1700
Closed Mondays; open Federal Holidays
Services Provided: Visit the only place that presents the comprehensive
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history of U.S. Army airborne and special operations forces. Explore the
sacrifices, courage, devotion to duty, and exploits of those who jump into
battle. Travel through time with unique artifact displays, life-size
dioramas and exciting audio-visual displays. Come face-to-face with
reality with the aid of the motion simulator and large screen theater.
Experience this stunning addition to the Army Museum System, designed
and constructed specifically to tell this magnificent story.
Admission: Free, with donations graciously accepted. (The Motion
Simulator is $5.00 and Yarborough-Bank Vitascope Movie is $4.00 or
$8.00 for both).
Gift Shop:
An extensive inventory of unique, military-related
jewelry, shirts, caps, prints, statues, mugs, books, posters, videos and
CDs, models, toys and much more is available.
82D AIRBORNE DIVISION MEMORIAL MUSEUM
http://www.82ndairbornedivisionmuseum.com
Location: Bldg. C-6841, Ardennes St. at the Gela Street intersection
Phone:
432-3443/5307
Fax: 436-1642
Gift Shop;
436-1735
Hours of Operation: Tuesday - Saturday 1000 -1630
Sunday
Closed
Closed Mondays, except if it falls on a Federal Holiday Mondays and then
it will be open regular hours.
Admission: Free, (donations graciously excepted)
Gift Shop: An extensive inventory of unique, military-related jewelry,
shirts, caps, prints, statues, mugs, books, posters, videos and CDs,
models, toys and much more is available.
Services Provided: From World War I to the present, the museum
brings the battle-proven history of the "All American" Division to life.
Audiovisual programs are presented daily. The museum features a gift
shop and an aircraft park.
JOHN F. KENNEDY (JFK) SPECIAL WARFARE MUSEUM
http://www.jfkwebstore.com
Location:
Bldg. D-2502, Ardennes & Marion St
Phone:
432 - 4272
Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Sunday 1100 - 1600
Closed Monday, Except Labor Day, Veteran's Day, Memorial Day, and
Independence Day.
Gift Shop Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday 1100 - 1600
Gift Shop Phone:
436 - 2366
Services Provided: The facility illustrates the history of special
operation units in the U.S. Army and serves as the branch museum for
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the U.S. Army Special Forces. Exhibits are also located in the JFK Hall in
the Hall of Heroes. This area honors those men who received the Medal
of Honor in Vietnam and Somalia. The Col. Arthur D. “Bull” Simons
Statue adjacent to the museum honors the man responsible for leading
the Son Tay Raid into North Vietnam in 1970. The building the JFK
museum occupies is also memorialized for this illustrious hero of Special
Forces.
MUSEUM OF THE CAPE FEAR
http://www.gofayetteville.com/sites/st_capefear2.htm
A regional branch of the N.C. Museum of History
Location:
801 Arsenal, Corner of Arsenal & Bradford Ave.
Phone:
486 - 1330
Fax: 486 - 1585
Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Saturday 1000 - 1700
Sunday
1200 – 1700
Services Provided: The Museum of the Cape Fear Historical
Complex, comprised of the Museum, the 1897 Poe House and the
Arsenal, recounts the social, economic and political history of southern
North Carolina. Visitors can explore the many exhibits, artifacts and
programs at the complex. A great place for children and adults, the
Museum Shop offers unique gift items and a large selection of historical
publications. Admission is free.
FASINATE-U CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
http://www.fascinate-u.com/
Location:
116 Green Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone:
829 - 9171
Fax: 433 - 1639
E-mail:
[email protected]
Hours of Operation: Monday
closed
Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
0900 – 1700
Wednesday 0900 – 1900
Saturday
1000 – 1700
Sunday
1200 - 1700
Service Provided: Hands – on museum designed for children to
explore their world the way they learn best – through creative role –
playing, manipulation and interaction with each other and objects around
them. Birthday party and group rates available.
Admission: $3.00 per child; $2.00 per adult
NEWSPAPERS
PARAGLIDE
http://www.paraglideonline.net
Phone:
396 - 6817/6991
Fax: 396 - 9629
Advertising Office: 484 - 5433
Circulation Office:
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323 - 0701
Services Provided: The Paraglide, weekly newspaper, published for
military and civilian personnel at Fort Bragg. The paper is distributed free
to all post quarters and selected on and off post locations on Thursday
afternoons or Friday mornings for subscribers. For coverage of an event
fax or email the request at least two weeks prior to the event date.
FAYETTEVILLE OBSERVER
http://www.fayobserver.com/
Location:
458 Whitfield Street, Fayetteville, NC 28302
Phone:
323 – 4848
Fax: 433 - 3431
Services Provided: Daily newspaper
FORT BRAGG AREA OFFICERS SPOUSES CLUB (FBAOSC)
http://www.fbaosc.org
PO Box 70292
Fort Bragg, NC 28307
E-mail:
[email protected]
Authorized Patrons: Officers’ spouses, female officers on active duty at
Fort Bragg, and civilians GS-7 and above assigned to Fort Bragg who are
or whose spouses are eligible to be members of the FBAOSC.
Service Provided: The FBAOWC provides welfare, as well as
opportunities for social, cultural and creative pursuits, while supporting
worthwhile service and community projects. We are known for our
scholarship program, which provides high school and continuing
education students with funds to further their education. These funds are
earned through fund-raising projects and/or obtained through donations
from private businesses. The FBAOSC season runs from September
through May. The monthly membership programs are usually conducted
at the Fort Bragg Area Officers’ Club. Two major fund-raisers are also
held, beginning with the Yule Mart Craft Fair in November, followed by a
second held in the spring.
Mailing Address:
PASSPORT INFO
FORT BRAGG PASSPORT OFFICE
http://www.bragg.army.mil/ITO/cto.htm
Location:
1st floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 3955/7105
Fax: 396 - 6715
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1600
Services Provided: The Installation Transportation Office, Personnel
Movement Section is responsible for processing all official passport
requests for Soldiers and their dependents on official travel orders.
Information on the documents necessary to support an official passport
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request may be obtained from this office.
FAYETTEVILE PASSPORT OFFICE
http://iafdb.travel.state.gov/DetailsForm.aspx?AFID=6544&vs=204
Location:
301 Green Street (Inside Main Post Office)
Fayetteville, NC 28302
Phone:
486 – 2464
Hours of Passport acceptance:
Walk-ins
Monday – Friday
0900 - 1000
By appointment:
Monday – Friday
0830 - 1645
Services Provided: To obtain a tourist passport for the first time, you
need to go in person to the passport acceptance facility with two
photographs of yourself, proof of U.S. citizenship, and a valid form of
photo identification such as a driver’s license. For more information or to
download application visit the website above.
PHARMACY
http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/patients/deptservices/pharmacy
MAIN PHARMACY
Location:
Bldg. 4-2817, WAMC, Reilly Road
Phone:
907 – 7427 option 4
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 2000
Saturday – Sunday 0800 – 1600
Training Holidays
0800 – 1600
Closed: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
PX SATELLITE PHARMACY
Location:
North Post Exchange (inside mall area)
Phone:
396 - 4998
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 - 1145 & 1315 - 1645
(Closed for lunch
1145 – 1315)
Saturday – Sunday Closed
Federal Holidays
Closed
REFILL DISTRIBUTION CENTER
Location:
Bldg. 8-3068, Glider Street
Phone:
907 – 6112/6113
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1800
Saturday
0830 - 1600
Sunday
Closed
Federal Holidays
Closed
Training Holidays
0800 - 1600
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CLINIC PHARMACIES
CLARK HEALTH CLINIC PHARMACY
Location:
4527 Bastogne Drive
Phone:
907 – 7427 option 5
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1700
Closed for lunch
1200 – 1300
Saturday – Sunday Closed
Federal Holidays
Closed
JOEL HEALTH CLINIC PHARMACY
Location:
Bldg. M-4861, Logistics Avenue
Phone:
907 – 7427 option 6
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Closed for lunch
1215 – 1315
Saturday – Sunday Closed
Federal Holidays
Closed
ROBINSON HEALTH CLINIC PHARMACY
Location:
1722 Gruber Road
Phone:
907 – 7427 option 7
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Closed for lunch
1215 – 1315
Saturday – Sunday Closed
Federal Holidays
Closed
PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTERS
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/sportsrec/fitnesscenters/fitnesscenters.htm
BLACKJACK PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building M-4226, Blackjack & Goldberg Streets
Phone:
432 – 7922
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 - 2100
Weekends & holidays 0700 – 1500
CALLAHAN ATHLETIC CENTER
Location:
Bldg. 2T-1705, Reilly Road between
Macomb
and Woodruff Streets
Phone:
396 – 3037
Fax: 396 - 6058
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 - 2100
Weekends & holidays 0800 - 1600
Services Provided A training facility complete with punching bags,
sauna, and weight room.
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DAHL PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building M-T-4161, Logistics Avenue
Phone:
396-6226
FAX: 396-5353
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0600 -2100
Weekends & holidays 0800 -1500
FREDERICK PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building H-4630, Gruber & Essayons
Phone:
432 - 7949
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 – 2100
Weekends & holidays 0700 – 1500
FUNK PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building C-2015, Gruber & Longstreet
Phone:
432 – 8772
FAX: 396 - 1712
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 - 2100
Weekends & holidays 0930 - 1800
HOSKING PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building D-3856, corner of Ardennes & Campobello
Phone:
432 - 6489
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 – 2100
Weekends & Holidays 0930 - 1730
IRON MIKE PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building H-5718, Kedenburg
Phone:
432 - 5679
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 - 2100
Weekends & holidays closed
RITZ-EPPS PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building C-7215, All American Way
Phone:
432 - 1030
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 - 2100
Weekends & holidays 0930 - 1700
TUCKER PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building. C-5838, Tuligue Way & Bastogne
Phone:
432 - 3573
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 - 1900
Weekends & holidays closed
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WARFIGHTER PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER
Location:
Building P – 2661, Kiowa Warrior & Blackhawk
Phone:
396 – 9660
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 – 1800
Weekends & holidays closed
OTHER FITNESS CENTERS
POPE FITNESS CENTER
Location:
763 Armistead Street, Pope AFB
Phone:
394 – 2671
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0500 – 2300
Saturday – Sunday 0800 – 1900
POST OFFICE
http://www.usps.com/
FORT BRAGG MAIN
Location:
Off of Reilly and Bastogne Streets
Phone:
436 - 1100
Fax: 436 - 0114
Hours of Operation 0800 - 1700 Mon-Fri
0800 - 1300 Sat
POPE ARMY AIRFIELD
Location:
Commissary Building
Phone:
394 - 2828
Fax: 436 - 0114
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 – 1300
1400 - 1615
Location:
Phone:
FAYETTEVILLE MAIN OFFICE
301 Green Street
1-800-275-8777
Location:
Phone:
HOPE MILLS BRANCH
3215 North Main Street
425 – 5113
Location:
Phone:
SPRING LAKE BRANCH
225 North Main Street
497 – 0113
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POV RESALE LOT (LEMON LOT)
Location: Corner of Chute and Glider Streets
Call the East Bragg Auto Skill Center in order to find out how to
register your vehicle at the POV Resale Lot.
Phone:
396-8665
Hours of Operation for the East Bragg Auto Skills Center:
Monday – Tuesday Closed
Wednesday – Friday 1400 – 2130
Saturday – Sunday 0900 – 1700
Services Provided: Registration for POV resale lot is $15. Must have
current vehicle registration.
RACQUETBALL FACILITIES
Location:
Phone:
Location :
Phone :
COSCOM RACQUETBALL
COSCOM Area, 2nd Street
None
TOWLE COURTS
Corner of Ardennes and Bastogne
432 - 6493/4516
POPE FITNESS CENTER
Location :
763 Armistead
Phone :
394 - 2671
Hours of Operation :
Call for times
RAPE CRISIS
www.rapecrisisonline.org
Location:
515 Ramsey, Fayetteville, NC 28311
Phone:
485 - 7273
Fax: 485 - 1365
Services Provided: The primary mission of Rape Crisis Volunteers of
Cumberland County (RCVCC) is to provide crisis intervention to sexual
assault victims and their families, 24 hours per day, 365 days a year in
the greater Cumberland County area. Under direct services RCVCC
provides 24 hours per day crisis hotline, companionship, victim advocacy,
in-house counseling and support groups, and companionship throughout
the criminal justice procedure. All services provided by RCVCC are
confidential and free.
RCVCC also provides community education and awareness programs to
local schools, businesses, civic groups, military bases and the community
at large. In-house training is also provided for medical personnel, law
enforcement officers, counselors and social workers.
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RECREATION AREAS
SMITH LAKE RECREATION AREA
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/smithlake.php
Location:
Off Murchison Road (HWY. 210)
Phone:
Office:
396 - 5979
Hours of Operation: Office is open year round
Daily 0800 – 1700
Note: Fees are charged for entrance.
CAMPGROUND
Hours of Operation: Open year round; daily; 24 hour access.
Services Provided: There are 22 full service camper sites (includes
water, electric, sewer); 9 partial service (includes water & electric only)
sites. Tent camping is also allowed. There are 14 cabins: 12 rustic
cabins do NOT have running water, but do have electricity and include
minI-microwave, mini refrigerator, and a/c heater. Full service cabins
have water, electricity, kitchenette w/full size appliances and cooking
utensils, bathroom, ac/heater unit. Fees apply for all.
MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS
Location:
Smith Lake Boundary Road
Phone:
396 – 5979
Hour of Operation: Daily Sun up to Sundown
Authorized patrons: Open to general public
Services Provided: Rider registration required with fee payable at
Smith Lake Recreation Area Office. Trail consists of three trail loops:
Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. Trail map and riding rules are
posted at the trail head. All Fort Bragg regulations and laws apply in this
area and are enforced by Military Police and Game Wardens.
PARK/BEACH
Hours of Operation: Opens Memorial Day Weekend/closes Labor Day
Monday – Wednesday
Closed
Thursday – Sunday
1100 – 1800
PICNIC PAVILLIONS
Pavilions are available for unit or organizations to reserve for large
groups. Call the office for info on fees.
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SMITH LAKE RIDING STABLES
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/stables.php
Location:
Smith Lake, see above
Phone:
396 - 4510
Hours of Operation: Thursday - Monday 0830 – 1530
Tuesday - Wednesday
Closed
Authorized Patrons/Patrons Served: Each holder of a valid military
identification card (active duty and retiree) and their family members,
National Guard, reservists on active duty, and DoD Civilians. Also serves
the local communities through different programs and activities. Open to
the public.
Services Provided: Promotes equestrian excellence through the
following activities: open and guided trail rides, pony rides, hayrides for
adults and children. Ponies are also available for birthday parties at the
stables; horses and ponies can be rented for unit functions and special
events. The Riding Stables have a boarding facility for privately owned
horses. Horse trailers are available for rental on a daily basis. One-day
house camps, week house camps are hosted for children ages 8-15.
English riding lessons are available for all levels of riders. Conducts horse
trials, open horse show, and combined tests are held twice a year.
WILSON RECREATION AREA
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/wilsonpark.php
Location:
Butner Road, McFayden Pond
Phone:
396 - 5979
Service Provided: Wilson Park is open to the public and does not
require a reservation for use. First come first serve! Families may have
picnics and use the playground. Rules are posted at the park. Bathrooms
are available and maintained by Smith Lake.
CLAY TARGET CENTER
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/claytargets.php
Location:
Highway 87 North to Manchester Road, turn right
and continue ½ mile to sign.
Phone:
436 – 9489
Fax: 436 – 5946
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday Closed
Friday – Sunday
1000 – 1800
Services Provided:
• 12 competition level skeet fields
•
Voice release system for trap
• 6 fields overlaid with trap
• Instruction free for members, $10 per session for non-members.
This includes 25 targets Gun rental & instruction
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Snack bar and Pro Shop on site
Lighted ranges
Shotguns available to rent
Outdoor pavilion (equipped with PA system)
36 partial service RV sites
$15 per night for full RV hookup
Reservations accepted 30-60 days out only for shooting events
FORT FISHER AIR FORCE RECREATION AREA
http:www.ftfishermilrec.com
Location:
Kure Beach, NC
Phone:
(910) 458 - 6549
Reservations
Fax:
(910) 458 - 6298
Services Provided: Recreational area near Wilmington for active or
retired military personnel, DoD civilians, and their families. Offers
cottages, mobile homes, rooms, RV camp for daily or weekly rental. Has
a restaurant, gift shop, convenience store, recreation hall, outdoor
swimming pool, public beach access, and much more. Call for rates and
more information.
RECREATION EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT CENTER
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/equipment.php
Location:
Bldg. 5-1401, Knox Street (near Gruber Road)
Phone:
396 - 7531/7060
Fax: 396 - 1675
Hours of Operation:
Summer Schedule (April 1- Labor Day)
Monday
0730 - 1700
Tuesday
0800 - 1700
Wednesday
0800 – 1200
Thursday - Friday
0800 – 1730
Saturday
0900 - 1200
Sunday
Closed
Safety/Instruction Class:
Thursday
1130 (Fee: $1.00)
Winter Schedule (Day after Labor Day to March 31)
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
0800 - 1700
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday
Closed
Safety/Instruction Class:
Thursday
0900 (Fee: $1.00)
Services Provided: Recreation Equipment Checkout has an extensive
list of equipment available for a variety of activities and needs.
Equipment available:
• Campers
• Canoes & kayaks
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• Moon bouncers
• Climbing wall
• Picnic & party equipment
• Canopy tents
• Tables & chairs
• Grills & super cookers
• Dunk tank
• Lawn and garden equipment
Also offers unit safety briefings. Propane is available for sale.
POPE EQUIPMENT RENTAL
Location:
794 Armistead Street, Pope AAF
Phone:
394 – 4730
Hours of Operation: Tuesday – Friday
1100 – 2000
Saturday
0900 – 1700
Sunday - Monday
Closed
Services Provided: Recreational equipment available for rental. Call for
more info.
RECYCLING INFORMATION
Directorate of Public Works, Environmental Compliance Branch
Bragg about Recycling
http://www.bragg.army.mil/Directorates/Directorate-of-Public-Works/EnvironmentDivision.aspx
Location:
Bldg. 3-1137, off of Reilly & Butner Roads
(in the DPW compound)
Phone:
396 – 5323
Program Manager: 396 – 3372
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0730 - 1530
Services Provided: Materials are collected, baled, and marketed to
recycling brokers and mills in an effort to reduce and reuse materials
being disposed of in our landfills.
FORT BRAGG LANDFILL
Location:
Longstreet Road, (before ACP)
The landfill recycles mixed metals, aluminum, cardboard, concertina wire,
concrete, wood, tree and yard waste, and pallets. The grinding of wood
waste has resulted in mulch suitable for landscaping and is available to
unit and activities on post.
CARDBOARD
Cardboard is a significant percentage of the waste stream and can be
recycled at many locations on Ft. Bragg. Slotted bins are conveniently
located at the following locations:
• North Post Commissary
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South Post Commissary
Mini Mall
Landfill
Recycle Center
NEWSPAPER/MAGAZINES
The Raleigh News and Observer provide and service green collection
containers for recovery of newspapers and magazines. Containers are
located at the following locations:
• North Post Exchange
• North Post Class V
• Main Post Office
• Pines Class VI
**Magazines and newspapers may also be dropped off at the
Environmental Office.
RED CROSS
FORT BRAGG OFFICE
http://www.bragg.army.mil/redcross/
Location:
Bldg. 1-1139, Macomb and Hamilton Streets
Phone:
396 - 1231/1232
Fax: 369 - 6489
Armed Forces Emergency Service Center
1-877-272-7337 (toll free)
24 hours a day
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
0800 – 1630
Services Provided: American Red Cross serves as an important link
between the military and civilian worlds. They provide emergency
communications between Soldiers and their families as well as a
reporting service for emergency leave, personal, and other family
problems. To initiate an emergency message, civilian family members
need to call their local Red Cross chapter and give the Soldiers name,
rank, social security number, and unit. The message will be sent via their
national messaging center, and the center will contact the Soldier’s
Commanding Officer. Soldiers can directly contact the National
Messaging Center to inquire about the status Red Cross message.
Emergency Leave and Army Emergency Relief (AER) are usually
unavailable without Red Cross validation. Please contact the Red Cross
if you have further questions or would like to schedule a briefing for a
Family Readiness Group or a Pre-deployment Meeting. American Red
Cross also provides traditional Health and Safety programs. Such
courses include First Aid, CPR, Water Safety, Baby-sitting Certification,
and Disaster Management classes. The ARC receives NO government
funding and is entirely sponsored by volunteer contributions.
Volunteer Opportunities: The Red Cross offers a myriad of volunteer
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opportunities. ARC averages upwards of 400 volunteers who annually
donate more than 70,000 hours a year of service. Volunteers aid in the
Ft. Bragg office, as well as at Womack and the outlying clinics on Ft.
Bragg and Pope AAF. ARC offers monthly orientation sessions. There is
also a youth volunteer program.
Health & Safety Classes: 867 - 8151
There are also American Red Cross offices at the following
locations:
WOMACK
Location: Womack Army Medical Center, ground floor
Phone:
907 - 7124
Hours of operation: Monday - Friday
0800 – 1630
AMERICAN RED-CROSS (HIGHLANDS CHAPTER)
http://www.redcross.org/
Location:
807 Carol Street, Fayetteville (next to Sycamore Square
Shopping Center on Bragg Boulevard)
Phone:
867-8151
Emergency/After Hours:
867-8151
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
0800 –1700
RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES
http://www.bragg.army.mil/chaplain/
XVIII AIRBORNE CORPS & INSTALLATION CHAPLAIN’S OFFICE
Location:
Bldg. 1-2336, Hamilton Street
Phone:
396 - 1121/1122
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
In case of emergency, the on-call Duty Chaplain may be reached by
dialing 396 - 4357 or 396 - HELP after duty hours and on weekends and
holidays.
Authorized Patrons: Active duty military, family members, authorized
DoD civilians, and retirees.
Services Provided:
• Distinctive Faith Group Worship
• Religious education, including youth ministry
• Counseling
• Retreat Programs
• Chaplain Training
Points of Contact: Information concerning unit/Chapel activities and
programs should be obtained from appropriate office.
Telephone
numbers for chapels and Major Subordinate Command (MSC) Chaplains
are listed below:
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CHAPELS
Location :
Phone :
Main Post
Bldg. 1-1510, Sedgewick St.
643 – 8812/8813
Location:
Phone:
Airborne Artillery Memorial Chapel
Bldg. D-3733, Ardennes Street
432 – 3218
Location:
Phone:
Division Memorial
Bldg. C-5332, Ardennes Street
907 - 0110
Location:
Phone:
Wood Memorial
Bldg. C-8755, Ardennes Street
432 - 1930
Location:
Phone:
Division North
Bldg. 2717, Gruber Road
432 – 1903
Hope
Bldg. MT-205
396 - 2776
Location:
Phone:
JFK Memorial
Bldg. D-3116, Ardennes Street
432 - 9705
Location:
Phone:
Womack AMC
Bldg. 4-2817, Reilly Road
907 – 7729
Pope Chapel
Location:
315 Ethridge Street Pope AAF
Phone:
394 - 2677
RELIGIOUS SERVICE TEAMS
Corps Chaplain’s Office
Garrison Chaplain’s Office
1st Sustainment Command
1st Army
108th ADA
16th MP
18th Airborne Corp & 82nd STB
Location:
Phone:
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PHONE
396 -1122
396 - 1121
396 - 8951
432 - 7501
432 - 4903
396 - 2811
643 - 6565
20th Engineer Brigade
44th Medical Command
82nd Airborne Division
525th BFSB
USASOC
396- 2711
396 - 6178
432 - 1903/7588
907 - 2530
432 - 8308
WATTERS CENTER FOR FAMILY LIFE
Location:
Bldg. 317, Corner of Knox & Randolph Streets
Phone:
396 - 6564/4157
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1630
Authorized Patrons: Active duty Soldiers and their family members;
Reserve and National Guard Soldiers on active duty and their family
members; retirees and their family members; and DoD civilians and their
family members are eligible as resources permit.
Services Provided:
• Marriage and Family Pastoral Counseling
• Family Wellness Program
• Marriage Enrichment Programs
• Counseling training for Chaplains
• Referral Source for Chaplains
• Watters Center Facility Management
*Note: The Watters Center facility is available for Religious Activities.
The center may be scheduled through your unit Chaplain.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Location:
Pope Chapel, 315 Ethridge Street, Pope AAF
Phone:
394-1351/1886
Hours of Operation: Sunday-Thursday
0900 - 1700
Authorized Patrons: Active duty Soldiers and their family members;
Reserve and National Guard Soldiers on active duty and their family
members; retirees and their family members; and DoD civilians and their
family members are eligible as resources permit.
Services Provided:
• Catholic, Jewish, Moslem and Protestant Religious Education
programs for all ages
• Post-wide ecumenical Junior High and Senior High Youth
Programs
• Catholic, Jewish, Moslem and Protestant Scripture studies
• Marriage Preparation (Catholic)
• Baptism Classes (Catholic)
• Adult Education programs
• Summer Vacation Bible Schools
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•
Volunteer Teacher Training Classes
PROTESTANT SUNDAY WORSHIP
Pope Chapel*
0900
Airborne Artillery Community Chapel*
1100
Division Memorial Chapel*
1100
Division North Chapel
1000
Hope Chapel
1100
JFK Memorial Chapel*
1100
Main Post Chapel*
1100
Wood Memorial*
1100
Chapel Next @ Tolson Youth Center*
1100
Chapel Next @ Gordon Elementary*
1100
*Children’s Church Provided
PROTESTANT SUNDAY SCHOOL
Locations:
Watters Center (Adults)
0930-1030
Tolson Youth Center (Adults)
1730-1915
Information call:
394-1351
AWANA
Sunday
Location:
Tolson Youth Center (children)
Information call:
394-1351
1730-1915
BUDDHIST SERVICE
Location:
Pope Chapel 315 Ethridge Street Pope AAF
Day/Time:
Third Saturday of every month
1300
Information call:
396-1121
DENOMINATIONAL SERVICES
Episcopal – Division Memorial Chapel
Sunday
Lutheran – Airborne Artillery Chapel
Sunday
Samoan – Division North Chapel
Sunday
0900
0900
1000
JEWISH SERVICES
Location:
Faith Community Chapel, Bldg. D-3733, Ardennes Street
Day/Time:
Friday
1830
POC: Chaplain Ehrenpreis Phone: (773) 640 - 3743
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Location:
Phone:
ISLAMIC SERVICES
Chapel Annex, Ground floor, Soldier Support Center
432 – 1611
Daily Prayer Monday – Thursday 1200
Juma’ah
Friday
1300
Taleem/Arabic & Islamic Studies
Monday - Wednesday 1230
WICCAN SERVICE
Watters Center, Bldg. 317, Corner of Knox & Randolph
Streets
Day/Time:
Thursday
1900
Information call:
396-1121
Location:
ROMAN CATHOLIC WORSHIP
Saturday Mass
JFK Memorial Chapel
1700
Sunday Mass
JFK Memorial Chapel
0930
Main Post Chapel*
0930
Pope Chapel*
1115
Womack Hospital Chapel
1115
Division Memorial Chapel
1300
JFK Memorial Chapel (en Espanol) 1300
Pope Chapel
1700
*Children’s Church Provided
Womack Hospital Chapel
Pope Chapel
DAILY MASS
Monday/Wednesday/Friday 1130
Monday - Friday
1200
Pope Chapel
ROSARY
Monday - Friday
JFK Memorial Chapel
ROSARY en Espanol
Friday
1230
1900
CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Sunday
Irwin School (K-12th Grade)
0930 – 1045
Irwin Schools (K-12th Grade)
1115 – 1230
Information call:
394-1886/2674
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Wednesday
RCIA/Adult Education, Pope Chapel
1900 – 2100
CATHOLIC BAPTISM (Infants – Preschoolers)
By appointment, 394 - 1804
Pope Chapel
Pope Chapel
JFK Memorial
CONFESSION
Sunday
1630
Monday - Friday
1130
Saturday
1530
REPLACEMENT DETACHMENTS
FORT BRAGG RECEPTION COMPANY
Location:
Corner of Normandy and Reilly Streets
Phone:
396 – 2656/5488
Service Provided: All incoming Soldiers report to this company
RETIREE SERVICES
http://www.bragg.army.mil/DHR/rso.asp
Location:
1st floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 5304/8591 or 1 – 800 – 535 – 6067
Fax:
396 - 3747
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0800 – 1700 by appt. only
Friday 0800 – 0800 – 1700 – walk-ins
Services Provided: Responsible for providing services to both active
duty Soldiers assigned to Fort Bragg and to all Army retirees and their
family members residing in the state of North Carolina. Upon request,
provides individual counseling on retirement rights, retirement pay, Dual
Compensation, Civil Service Reform Act, benefits and privileges. Special
assistance is provided with preparations and submission of Board of
Corrections of military record cases. In conjunction with the servicing
legal office, counsels active and retired Soldiers, spouses, and former
spouses on the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act.
Specialized administrative and counseling services are provided to
widows of both active duty and retired Soldiers.
Offers assistance to the future retiree in the form of pre-retirement
briefings, administers the Survivor Benefit Plan at the installation level.
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SCHOOL/EDUCATION INFORMATION
http://www.am.dodea.edu/bragg/
FT. BRAGG SCHOOLS
Location:
North End of Irwin Middle School,
Knox Street, Bldg. # 1-4865
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Phone:
907 - 0200
Fax: 907 - 1404
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday
0800 - 1600
Overview: The Fort Bragg School System is composed of two primary
schools (pre-school – 2nd grades), one intermediate school (3rd – 5th
grades), seven elementary schools (preschool – 5th grades), two middle
schools (6th and 8th grades). Students in grades nine through twelve
attend high schools in Cumberland or Harnett Counties. (See below for
Cumberland County Schools)
Each school under the direction of Fort Bragg School system is fully
accredited by ADvancED.
Special Education: One of the most unique aspects of Fort Bragg
Schools is the work done with special needs children. The Special
Education Program offers a full continuum of services to include
consultation, inclusion, resource rooms, self-contained classes, and
homebound instruction.
Eligible students receive services from Speech/Language Pathologists,
Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Psychologists. An
extended school year is available to students who demonstrate significant
regression and recoupment issues.
Fort Bragg School Board: Fort Bragg Schools is under the direction of
the North Carolina District Superintendent and a school board that serves
in an advisory capacity. Board meetings are generally held monthly
(except for July and August). The meetings are open to the public and
parents are invited to attend.
Volunteers provide services and are also offered opportunity to learn
first-hand about excellent programs in the schools. For more information
about volunteering contact a school principal nearest you.
FORT BRAGG SCHOOLS
Location:
Phone:
Albritton Middle
All American Expressway and Normandy Drive
907 - 0201
Fax: 432 - 4072
Location:
Phone:
Bowley Elementary
Randolph Street
907 – 0202
Fax: 907 - 3513
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Location:
Phone:
Butner Primary
Bastogne & Normandy
907 – 0203
Fax: 432 - 8400
Location:
Phone:
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Devers Elementary
Varsity Drive
907 – 0204
Fax: 396 – 7374
Location:
Phone:
Gordon Elementary
Linden Oaks, Cameron, NC
907 – 1300
Fax: 925 - 0721
Location:
Phone:
Holbrook Elementary
Sharp & S. Lucas
907 – 0205
Fax: 432 - 8385
Location:
Phone:
Irwin Intermediate
Knox Street
907 – 0206
Fax: 907 – 1247
McNair Elementary
Honeycutt Road
907 – 0207
Fax: 432 – 8386
Location:
Phone:
Murray Primary
Honeycutt Road
907 – 0208
Fax: 907 – 2889
Location:
Phone:
Pope Elementary
Armistead Drive
907 – 0209
Fax: 396 – 5983
Location:
Phone:
Shughart Elementary
Linden Oaks, Cameron, NC
TBD
Fax: TBD
Location:
Phone:
Shughart Middle
Linden Oaks, Cameron, NC
TBD
Fax: TBD
Location:
Phone:
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CUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOLS
www.ccs.k12.nc.us/
http://www.communications.ccs.k12.nc.us/BRAC/MilitaryConnection.htm
Location:
2465 Gillespie Street, Fayetteville, NC 28306
Phone:
678 – 2300
Fax: 678 - 2339
Services Provided: Cumberland County has 53 Elementary Schools,
16 Middle Schools, and 13 High Schools. Call or go to the web site for
more info on local schools.
SCOUTS
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA – TUOCS District
http://tuocsdistrictbsa.com
Location:
Bldg. N4116, off Bragg Blvd.
Phone:
396 – 4348
Hours of Operation: Varies
Authorized Patrons: All members of the DoD family on Fort Bragg and
Pope Air Force Base, as well as the area north of US Hwy 401 Bypass
in Cumberland County. (Essentially, everyone with appropriately aged
children is an authorized patron)
Services Provided: The Tuocs District of the Boy Scouts of America
offer programs for youth from 7 years through 21 years of age. The
primary goal of the program is to build character, citizenship and physical
fitness.
Several programs are provided: Tiger Cubs at age 7; Cub Scouts, age 811; Boy Scouts, age 11-18; Venture and Exploring Programs, age 14-21.
The Exploring and Venturing Programs are co-ed and are open to both
male and female. Currently, Tuocs offers the Scouting program to 1184
youth through 41 local units, encompassing more than 600 families.
GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA
NC COASTAL PINES GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL, Inc.
www.nccoastalpines.org
Location:
2110 Ft. Bragg Road, Midtown Center, Suite 116,
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Phone:
437 – 9900 or 1 – 888 – 374 - 9900
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 0830 - 1700
Friday 0830 - 1230
Authorized Patrons: Girl scouting is open to all girls, ages 5-17 in
grades K-12 and adult volunteers.
Daisies
Ages 5 or 6, expand their world through activities with girls
their own age.
Brownies
Ages 6-8, explore many worlds with new friends
Juniors
Ages 9-11, learn to turn their ideas into projects they can
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be proud of.
Ages 12-14, make things happen in their own lives and in
their communities.
Seniors
Ages 14-17, learn to know themselves and their
capabilities for leadership in society.
Adults
Ages 18 and older, volunteer to share their time and
skills to benefit the lives of girls and to help make
communities healthier through Girl Scouts.
Services Provided: In Girl Scouting, girls discover the fun, friendship
and power of girls together; build character and skills for success in the
real world; develop qualities that will serve girls all their lives – strong
values, social conscience, and conviction about their own potential and
self-worth…Girl Scouts – Where Girls Grow Strong
Carolina Girl Scout Council provides financial assistance to those in
need through funding from the United Way, family and community
donations, product sales and corporate funding.
Cadettes
SKATING RINK
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/cleland.php
CLELAND ICE RINK
Location:
Reilly Road (north of Longstreet)
Phone:
396 - 5127
Fax: 396 - 3555
Hours of Operation: Hours vary, please call
(Times may vary depending on activities being sponsored)
Services Provided:
• Open to the public
• Public ice skating lessons
• Learn to skate
• Adult/youth hockey leagues
• Racquetball/Wallyball
• Open Hockey
• Private Ice Rental
• Skate sharpening services
• Birthday parties
SPECIAL EVENTS
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/specialevents.php
Location:
PX Mini Mall, Bldg. 4-1566, Reilly Road
Phone:
396 - 3919/9126
Fax: 396 - 7224
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800-1700
Services Provided: The Special Events Branch provides after duty
hours entertainment programs; carnivals; special holiday observances,
and events sponsored by the Department of the Army, Community and
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Family Support Center. Activities are designed to improve the quality of
life for Soldiers, family members, and DOD civilians. The Special Events
Branch places special emphasis on customer service and satisfaction
during activities conducted. Our staff offers leisure activities for Fort
Bragg and the surrounding communities. Events are open to the public.
Major annual events include: Fort Bragg Fair, Oktoberfest Internationale,
Fourth of July Celebration, U.S. Army Soldier Show, Holiday Tree
Lighting Ceremony, Concerts, and other Targets of Opportunity events.
SPORTS BRANCH
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/intramurals.php
Location:
Bldg. 4-1567, Reilly Road, behind DFMWR HQ’s
Phone:
396 - 1217/9031
Fax: 396 - 1216
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday
0730 - 1700
Authorized Patrons: Holders of Military/Government ID Cards
Services Provided: Intramural Sports Program, Women’s Sports
Programs, Physical Fitness Centers, Swimming Pools, Aerobics, Aquatics
Program, and Personal Trainers.
SWIMMING POOLS
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/pools.htm
**Please note: Outdoor pools open late May around Memorial Day
and close late September** Schedules change often due to
seasonal activities. Call the pool info line @ 643 – 8533 for the
updated schedules.
OUTDOOR
ATCHLEY POOL
Location
82nd Area, off of Bastogne Drive
Phone
396 - 7896
Hours of Operation Open for military training only
NORMANDY POOL
Location:
Fort Bragg Club off of Normandy Drive
Phone:
432 – 5464
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1200 - 2000
Saturday
1000 - 2000
Sunday
1200 - 1900
TWIN LIONS
Location:
Corner of Ardennes & Normandy
Phone:
432-7266
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1100 - 1700
Saturday
1000 - 2000
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Sunday
1200 - 1900
INDOOR POOLS
TUCKER INDOOR POOL
Location:
Corner of Tuliigue & Bastogne Streets
Phone:
432-0883
Hours of Operation: CURRENTLY UNDER RENOVATION
Location:
Phone:
TOLSON YOUTH ACTIVITIES CENTER
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/tolson.php
Bldg. 4-1431, corner of Reilly & Normandy Drive
643 - 8533
Fax: 396 – 7355
TAX CENTER
Location:
Bldg. 4-2145, Normandy Drive,
behind Soldier Support Center
Phone:
396-1040/TAXX (8299)
Hours of Operation: January to April 15
Monday – Friday
0900 – 2100
Saturday
0800 – 1700
Closed Sundays and all Federal Holidays
Services Provided: Assistance provided on a walk in basis to active
duty, retirees and family members. Preparation in Federal and State tax
returns, Federal and State tax form distribution, Federal and State
electronic filing, and general tax information. Arrive at the Tax Center no
later than one hour prior to closing. Bring W-2s, social security cards,
military ID cards, any tax forms received in the mail, a canceled check if
you want your refund through direct deposit, IRS Form 2848 (Power of
Attorney) if you are filing for someone else.
TELEVISION
THE COMMAND CHANNEL
Location:
Bldg. 2-2406, Woodruff Street
Phone:
396 - 8055
Fax: 908 - 2607
Service Provided: Channel 7 is a Fort Bragg cable access channel
providing information and news for Army personnel, their family members
and DoD Civilians. Units, family support groups, military related activities
and clubs are encouraged to contribute information.
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THRIFT SHOP
THE BRAGG ‘N BARN THRIFT SHOP
http://www.fbthriftshop.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Location: Bldg. 2-2412, Woodruff Street
Phone:
907 - 4053
Shopping Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday
0900 – 1300
Sunday – Monday
closed
Consignment Hours: Tuesday – Thursday
0900 – 1200
Extra hours for military in uniform ONLY
1200 – 1230
Friday – Saturday by appointment only
NOTE: Please call ahead for and large items that take up floor space to
see if we have room for you items.
Authorized Patrons: The Bragg ‘N Barn Thrift Shop is open to the public
for shopping, but only active/retired/reserve military personnel and their
family members (18 years and older with valid ID cards), active DOD
civilians with valid DOD ID cards may consign items.
Services Provided: The Bragg ‘N Barn provides a means of exchange
of used clothing and merchandise through consignment.
Funds
generated are distributed to projects on the installation, local off-post
community organizations, and to overseas military service-related
organizations whose activities directly impact the welfare of our troops.
(Welfare request forms and info available on our website)
Other Information: All information is detailed on our website.
Please read thoroughly the Consignment Policies & Procedures to
include the list of items NOT ACCEPTED.
Consignment period is for 45 days and the Thrift Shop will deduct a 25%
commission. CONSIGNMENT FORMS CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM
THE WEBSITE AND COMPLETED AT HOME. Individuals may consign
15 items (5 clothing, 10 other items) up to 7 days per month. Consignors
may pickup checks on the 10th of the month for sales in the prior month.
Checks not picked up in 3 months will be voided.
Persons who have PCS orders may consign 30 items per day beginning
30 days prior to departure. (Bring a copy of the orders.)
Donations Always Accepted: Your donations help make the Thrift
Shop possible. Through the sale of these donated items operating costs
are met and more dollars are available to distribute to the community.
Please bring your donations in to the Consignment Room during business
hours. After hours you may place your donations in the Donation Bin. DO
NOT LEAVE ITEMS OUTSIDE THE BIN AS THE WEATHER WILL
RUIN THEM. DO NOT LEAVE TRASH OR DAMAGED FURNITURE
OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING AS “DUMPING” IS ILLEGAL and we
have no way of disposing of the item.
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Volunteers make The Bragg ‘N Barn Thrift Shop possible for the Fort
Bragg community. No skills are necessary – we provide training. Special
privileges for volunteers.
TRANSITION
http://www.bragg.army.mil/iag/sites/services/TSO.asp
Location:
2nd floor, Bldg.4-2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phones :
396 - 7472
Fax:
396 - 9694
NCOIC/OIC: 396 - 6131
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1200 1300 - 1600
Services Provided: Transition of all Soldiers who elect to separate from
Fort Bragg, who are leaving the military for retirement, expiration term of
service (ETS), administrative discharges or demobilization.
TRANSPORTATION
http://www.bragg.army.mil/ITO/
Location:
1st floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
Inbound:
396 – 0331/0332
Fax: 396 - 2172
Outbound: 396 - 5212
Fax: 396 - 4404/9704
Passports: 396 – 2903
Port Call:
396 – 5802/3955
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800-1600
Services Provided: The Installation Transportation Office (ITO)
provides a wide variety of transportation services for the soldiers, airmen,
and civilians of Ft. Bragg, Pope Army Airfield, and the surrounding areas.
TRAVEL INFO
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/ticketsandtours.php
TICKETS AND TOURS
Location:
Bldg. 4-2171, Mini Mall, Reilly Road
Phone:
396 - TRIP/TOUR (8747/8687)
Fax: 396 – 4386
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1000 – 1700
Saturday – Sunday Closed
Services Provided:
• Discount Tickets: purchase reduced price tickets to Disney World;
Universal Studios; Sea World; Carowinds, Busch Gardens; Kings
Dominion; Biltmore Estate and much more.
• Cruises and Australia packages
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CARLSON WAGONLIT (OFFICIAL TRAVEL)
[email protected]
1st floor, Bldg. 4-2843, Soldier Support
Normandy Drive
Phone
436 - 1185
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1600
Closed Weekends
E-mail:
Location
Center,
USO - FT. BRAGG
http://www.uso-nc.org/our-centers/fort-bragg-center
Location:
Bldg. M-4226, Goldberg Street
Phone:
495 – 1437
Fax: 495 – 1439
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1000 - 1900
Saturday – Sunday 1200 – 1800
Services Provided: Computers, TV lounge, pool tables, video gaming
area.
Programs:
Deployment & Homecoming Support
Smiles over Miles
United through Reading
Single Warrior Birthday Cakes
Sports and Entertainment
Special & Seasonal Programs:
Kidz Korner
Operation Cookie Drop
USO – FAYETTEVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT
Location:
Phone:
400 Airport Road, Fayetteville, NC
TBD
VEHICLE INSPECTION
http://www.dmv.dot.state.nc.us/
Service Provided: All North Carolina vehicles must be inspected within
10 days following registration. Vehicles must show an inspection sticker
as evidence of this inspection.
Effective July 1, 2002, all 1996 and newer gasoline-powered vehicles
registered in an emissions county are required to receive the On Board
Diagnostics (OBD II) emissions test. Numerous garages and service
stations offer this service. The total cost of an emissions inspection is
$30.00 plus any necessary parts. Services are also provided by the Fort
Bragg's Auto Skills Centers.
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VEHICLE REGISTRATION (ON/OFF POST)
http://www.bragg.army.mil/Directorates/provost-marshal/vechicle-registration.aspx
ON POST
Three Vehicle Registration Centers provide registration for privately
owned vehicles (POVs) for military personnel and their family members,
DoD civilian employees, contractor employees, and retirees. Documents
required include driver’s license, state registration, proof of insurance,
proof of Social Security number, and ID Card. Certain cases require
additional documents, and certain other personnel and businesses may
also qualify to register. Call 432 - 8193 or see FB Reg 190-5 for details.
Vehicle
Reg Ctr
Main
Soldier
Support
Center
(SSC)
Location
Operating Hours*
Phone
Visitor’s Center
All American Freeway
Monday -Friday
0800-1700
432-8193
1st floor, 1G-21
Monday - Friday
0800-1700
432-8140
Bldg. C-7147
Monday -Friday
Room 245
396-0075
0800 - 1700
(next to 82d Div HQ)
The SSC and Gavin Hall are closed on training holidays.
Important: By direction of the Provost Marshal, all processing must be
completed, with all customers completely clear of the facility by the
posted closing tome.. Based on length of lines, doors may close slightly
or even substantially prior to 1700. We therefore recommend that you be
in line as early as possible.
Documents (originals, not photocopies) typically needed for
registering a vehicle: ID Card, driver’s license, state registration, and
proof of insurance. If this is the very first time you have ever registered
any vehicle in the system, proof of your Social Security Number (SSN)
(proof of SSN is any independent verification of your SSN, such as Social
Security Card, pay stub with your full SSN printed on it, personnel action
form having your full SSN, etc.). If registering a vehicle belonging to
someone other than yourself or your spouse, a notarized letter or power
of attorney from the owner granting you permission to operate the vehicle.
RAPIDGate Registrants:
If registering a vehicle in conjunction with
the RAPIDGate Program, please also bring your RAPIDGate badge. If
you have not yet picked up your RAPIDGate badge, you will need
additional documents to pick it up, as explained in the RAPIDGate
registration process (call 1-877-727-4342 for additional details or if you
have other questions on RAPIDGate).
Gavin
Hall
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Motorcycles: Active Duty Military personnel and DA Civilian employees
who ride motorcycles on the installation must also bring a Motorcycle
Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic or Experienced Rider Course SM card
and have the “M” endorsement on your driver’s license.
In processing, out processing, and Clearing Vehicles: If clearing a
vehicle, write the DOD decal number down, scrape the decal set off the
vehicle, and bring the residue. If processing in with a vehicle that already
has a serviceable DOD decal, you may retain it and you will receive a
Fort Bragg tab and a new expiration date; if your DOD decal is
unserviceable, scrape it as above and bring the residue along with the
documents listed above when you visit us.
Time frame. Vehicle Registration must be completed within 5 working
days of reporting to Fort Bragg or acquiring a new vehicle.
OFF POST
Location/Phone
Eutaw Shopping Center, Fayetteville
485 - 1590
Hope Mills Shopping Plaza, Hope Mills
424 - 2500
Spring Lake Shopping Plaza, Spring Lake
497 - 3707
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0900 - 1700
Closed Federal holidays
Service Provided: The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles
(DMV) requires automobile owners to have liability insurance coverage
before registering your car in North Carolina. State law requires that you
register your vehicle within 30 days of establishing residence in the State.
The DMV also recommends replacement of your driver's license at that
time. North Carolina plates are only good if you hold continuous
insurance.
Should your insurance lapse at any time your license plate must be
surrendered to the DMV. To re-license your vehicle, you must pay a
$25.00 fee in addition to the cost of the license plate. To obtain North
Carolina license tags, you must have:
1. Insurance (name and policy number). If new policy, name of
agent and agency.
2. Title (in owner's name) or properly reassigned to them. If the bank
holds your title, you must have current registration and name and
address of bank.
3. If you came from a non-title state, you need the current
registration and 2 notarized copies of the bill of sale from the last
two owners.
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VETERAN AFFAIRS
http://www.doa.state.nc.us/vets/
FORT BRAGG
Location:
1st floor, Bldg. 4 - 2843, Soldier Support Center,
Normandy Drive
Phone:
396 - 8472
Fax: 396 – 6512
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0830 - 1530
DISTRICT VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE
FAYETTEVILLE
Location:
Department of Social Services
1225 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone:
677 - 2970
Fax: 677 - 2964
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday
0900 - 1500
Closed for lunch
1200 - 1300
Friday
Closed
VET CENTERS
http://www1.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=486
Location:
4140 Ramsey Street, Suite 110
Fayetteville, NC 28311
Phone:
488 – 6252
Fax: 488 – 5589
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, & Saturday
0800 – 1630
Thursday
0800 - 1830
Regional Office
http://www1.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=240
Location:
251 North Main Street, Federal Building
Winston-Salem, NC 27155
Phone:
1-800-827-1000 or (336) 725-8781 Fax: (336) 631-5028
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 - 1600
Please call in advance as to documents needed to file a claim.
Services Provided: The function of the Division of Veterans Affairs is
to assist veterans and their families in the presentation, processing
proof and establishment of claims, privileges, rights and benefits as they
may be entitled to under Federal, State or local laws. The Division also
cooperates with the various governmental units and veterans
organizations in seeking to serve veterans.
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VETERAN’S MEDICAL CENTER
http://www.fayettevillenc.va.gov
Location:
2300 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone:
488 – 2120
Fax: 822 - 7093
Services Provided: Health care for veterans
VETERINARY SERVICES
http://www.fortbraggmwr.com/vetservices.php
FT. BRAGG VETERINARY TREATMENT FACILITY (VTF)
Location:
Bldg. 2-7606, Reilly Road, north of Butner Road
intersection
Phone:
396 - 6473/9120
Fax: 396 – 3882
Hours of Operation Monday - Friday
0800 - 1600
Thursday
0800 – 1530
open once a month on Saturday call the VTF for dates
Medical Treatment: The VTF provides vaccinations, heartworm testing,
Feline Leukemia testing, fecal checks, and treatment for routine
communicable diseases.
Registration
• All dogs and cats over 4 months of age residing on Fort Bragg
must be registered with the VTF.
• Owners are required to register their animals within 10 days of
arrival or acquisition of animal.
• You must present military ID, proof of rabies vaccinations and pay
a $2.00 DOD service fee.
• Micro chipping is mandatory IAW Ft. Bragg policy.
• Wild animals such as ferrets, skunks, raccoons, monkeys, wolves,
wolf crosses, etc. are not authorized to be kept as pets on Fort
Bragg and are therefore not treated at this facility.
Animal Control:
• Maximum of two pets, dogs or cats, in any combination are
authorized per household.
• There are NO grandfather clauses as per FB 40-5 September
2003 version.
• All pets on post must be kept under control at all times
• Pets must be kept indoors or secured on the owner's premises
• Pets may be secured with a tether or a chain no longer than 15
feet in length or may be kept in a fenced area with-in the owners
promises. If animals are tethered or chained they must be limited
to a boundary not less than four feet from common user rights-ofway (e.g. sidewalks, streets).
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They must not be secured to trees, shrubbery, or any government
property. If you secure your animal in a common area the chain or
tether will be no longer than four feet.
Provide proper shelter from the weather when housing animals
outdoors. The shelter shall be a moisture-proof and windproof
structure. The size must accommodate the entire body of the pet
to allow it to stand up, turn around, and allow retention of body
heat. The shelter must be made of durable material with a solid
floor raised at least two inches from the ground. The entrance
shall be covered by a flexible windproof material, self-closing
swinging door, or wind baffle.
Animals kept outdoors must be provided shelter, fresh water, and
food. Owners keeping animals under inhumane conditions may be
refused the right to keep animals on post and may be subject to
UCMJ action under article 134.
It is the owner’s responsibility to locate escaped animals. Animal
control will not search for your animal for you.
The Ft. Bragg Animal Control (Dog Catcher) telephone
number is 907 - 4813.
Animal Bites: All persons bitten by animals should report to the
Emergency Room, Womack Army Medical Center or off post
hospital for treatment and completion of an Animal Bite Report.
The offending animal is subject to a physical examination and 10day quarantine by the attending veterinarian. There are some wild
animals on post. DO NOT feed or handle these animals and this
will greatly reduce your chance of exposure to the rabies virus.
STRAY ANIMAL FACILITY/ANIMAL ADOPTION
Location:
Bldg. 2-7402, adjacent to the veterinary building
Phone:
396 - 5769/6018
Hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
0900 – 1500
Wednesday 0900 - 1400
Services Provided: Stray animals that are not claimed by an owner
within 3 days may be adopted through the VTF. The stray animal facility
is open for adoptions. Military members who adopt an animal from the
stray facility are eligible to have the animal surgically altered by a military
veterinarian on a time and space available basis. The cost for animal
adoption ranges from $57.00 – $97.00. This covers the cost of:
• Spay or Neuter
• Microchip
• Dewormer
• Heartworm check (for dogs 6 months and older)
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First set of vaccinations only (for example if it is less than 12
weeks old only a first Distemper/Parvo vaccination will be given
and the next two vaccinations you will have to pay).
• FELV/FIV test for cats
• Fecal test
Reclaim Policy:
• Must have proof of ownership (i.e. Picture, AKC, AKA, CKC or
• Adoption paperwork or medical record.
• Must show proof of current vaccinations prior to release or pet
will be vaccinated prior to release (at owners expense).
• Must be micro-chipped and current IAW Fort Bragg policy.
MILITARY FOOD INSPECTORS
Phone:
396 - 3103
Fax: 396 – 2913
Office Hours:
Monday – Friday
0730 – 1600
Food Inspector Duty Hours:
Monday – Friday
0900 - 1630
Services Provided:
Complete food inspection support for all
commissary stores, shoppettes, non-appropriated fund activities, Fort
Bragg Club, dining facilities, schools, childcare facilities, and Troop Issue
Subsistence Facility.
WIC - WOMEN, INFANTS, AND CHILDREN
http://www.fns.usda.gov/wic http://www.nutritionnc.com/wic
FORT BRAGG
Location:
6th floor, Soldier Support Center, Bldg.4-2843
Phone:
433 – 3751/3752
FAYETTEVILLE LOCATIONS
Cumberland County Health Department
1235 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301
Phone:
433 – 3730
HOPE MILLS
Location:
2622 Hope Mills Road
Hope Mills, NC 28348
Phone:
433 – 3760
SPRING LAKE
Location:
103 Laketree Blvd.
Spring Lake, NC 28390
Phone:
321 – 6420
Services Provided: WIC is a special supplemental food and nutrition
education program that has been operating in North Carolina since 1974.
What began as a small pilot program serving approximately 4500
individuals a month is now a major program serving about 165,000
Location:
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mothers and their children each month in North Carolina.
Benefits: WIC participants receive nutrition education and supplemental
food to improve their diets and reduce their chances of health problems
caused by poor nutrition. They are given vouchers that they redeem at
participating grocery stores to obtain WIC foods. Foods include: milk,
cheese, eggs, iron fortified cereal, vitamin C enriched juices, dry
beans/peas, peanut butter, and for infants: iron fortified Enfamil, iron
fortified Prosobee, iron fortified lactofree, iron fortified infant cereal,
vitamin C enriched juices.
Program Eligibility:
• A pregnant woman or one who has recently had a baby or is
breast-feeding an infant less than 12 months of age.
• An infant
• A child who has not reached their fifth birthday
• Meet local agency eligibility scale. The gross annual income
cannot exceed 185% of poverty. All Medicaid, Food Stamps,
and Work First recipients meet WIC income eligibility.
• Nutritional/medical eligibility must also be met. This is determined by staff health professionals.
WILDLIFE
FORT BRAGG WILDLIFE
http://www.bragg.army.mil/wildlife/
Location:
Bldg. OT-9034 McKellar’s Road
Phone:
396 – 7506
Fax: 396 – 9474
Services Provided: Provides Fort Bragg, Camp Mackall and the
surrounding community with safe, quality hunting and fishing
opportunities, dedicated and professional fish and wildlife management,
natural resources stewardship and environmental and natural resources
law enforcement.
Hours of Operation: Office hours
Monday – Friday
0700 – 1630
Permit Sales
Monday – Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday – Sunday
0830 – 1630
Holiday Permit hours
Monday, Thursday – Sunday 0830 - 1630
Tuesday – Wednesday
Closed
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WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER
Womack’s Internet Address For Current Information:
http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil
Welcome to Womack Army Medical Center. We are here to serve
the medical needs of active duty service members, their families,
retirees and their families. We want this to be an easy process for
you to access healthcare on Fort Bragg.
STEP 1
Update your information in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility
Reporting System (DEERS) Database. You can do this by calling 1 – 800
– 538 - 9552, or by visiting the post ID Card Facility, which is located off
Normandy Drive and can be reached by calling 910 – 396 - 9339 or
online @www.dmdc.osd.mil.
STEP 2
Enrolling in TRICARE
Eligible beneficiaries may call 1 – 877 - TRICARE to request an enrollment
packet or stop by the TRICARE Service Center (TSC) weekdays between
0730 and 1630. TSC is located at Womack Army Medical Center, on the
first floor the at the Reilly Road entrance. You may also enroll at your
clinic.
TRICARE OPTIONS
TRICARE Prime is the only option active-duty family members, retirees
and their families who are not Medicare eligible need to enroll in. Activeduty family members are automatically enrolled after filling out the
enrollment form. Active-duty family members do not have an enrollment
fee. Retirees pay $230 per year for themselves or $460 for the entire
family to receive healthcare.
TRICARE Extra saves money but it limits your choice of providers. You
may only use authorized civilian providers. The Healthcare Finders at
your clinic can tell you if a provider is in the network. There is no
enrollment process for TRICARE Standard or TRICARE Extra.
TRICARE Standard offers the most choice of providers at the highest
cost. Family members and retirees pay current deductibles and cost
shares.
TRICARE for Life (TFL) is a permanent program funded through the
DoD Medicare – Eligible Retiree Health Care Fund, resourced with
general revenues of the U. S. Treasury and annual contributions from
appropriations. TFL doesn’t require annual authorization by Congress.
Eligibility for TFL:
Medicare-entitled uniformed services retirees
Medicare-entitled retired guard members and reservists
Medicare-entitled family members and widows/widowers
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Medicare-entitled un-remarried former spouses who meet
TRICARE eligibility requirements
For more info on Tricare go to one of the following websites:
www.healthnetfederalservices.com
www.tricareonline.com
www.tricare.mil
STEP 3
CLINIC ENROLLMENT
Active duty service members are assigned to primary care clinics based
on their unit designation. Their families will be assigned to the same
clinic after they are enrolled in TRICARE Prime. Our primary care clinics
are your entry point into the healthcare system. You are strongly
encouraged to visit your primary care clinic for clinic orientation and inprocessing.
MEDICAL RECORDS
Medical records will be kept at your clinic. This enables us to keep them
updated and periodically reviewed to ensure you receive quality care.
The records section of each clinic must receive a signed patient consent
form for all patients 18 years of age or older before medical records can
be signed out to another adult. Records will be delivered to specialty
clinics for all scheduled appointments. Patients will no longer need to pick
up their records from their primary care clinics prior to specialty
appointments. We ask all patients who have their records in their
possession to turn them in immediately. For more information, call the
Patient Administration Division at (910) 907 - 7179. As a patient, if you
experience any problem, please ask to speak to the Non-Commissioned
Officer in Charge (NCOIC), the Officer in Charge (OIC) or ask to speak
with the clinic administrator. We understand the military healthcare
system and we want you to have a pleasant experience. If you identify a
problem, let us know and we will be happy to provide a solution for you.
PRIMARY CARE CLINICS
JOEL HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC
http://www.wamc.amedd.army.mil/dopc/Joel/
Location:
Bldg. M-4861, Logistics Avenue
Phone:
907 - Joel (5635)
Hours of Operation: Monday – Wednesday
0800 - 2000
Thursday – Friday
0800 – 1700
Sick Call begins at 0645; enter through the Soldier Readiness Center
Appointments: call 907 - Joel (5635), option 1 during regular hours. After
hours, call 907 - APPT.
Authorized patrons: Soldiers and family members assigned to:
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1st TSC, 18th Aviation Brigade, 44th Medical Brigade, 229th Aviation
Regiment and US Army Parachute Team. Retirees enrolled in TRICARE
Prime.
ROBINSON HEALTH CLINIC
Location:
Bldg. C-1722 (at the intersection of Gruber Road and
Longstreet)
Phone:
907 - 8282
Appointments: Call 907 - 8282, option 1 for family members; option 2 for
active duty. After hours, call 907 - APPT for acute appointments
Hours of Operation: Monday – Tuesday & Friday 0730 -.1630
Wednesday – Thursday
0730 - 2000
Sick Call begins at 0630.
Authorized patrons: Soldiers and families assigned to the 82nd Airborne
Division.
CLARK HEALTH CLINIC
Location:
Bldg 5-4257, Bastogne Street
Phone:
907 - CLRK (2575)
Appointments:
907 - 2575, Option 1
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
0800 – 2000
Sick Call: 0630 - 0730
Authorized patrons: 35th Signal Brigade, XVIII Corps Artillery (Airborne),
20th Engineer Brigade, United States Army Special Operations Command
and TRICARE Prime retirees and their families
WOMACK FAMILY PRACTICE CLINIC
Location:
WAMC 1st Floor Clinic Mall
Phone:
907 – 6451
Appointments: 907 - 2778
Health Care Advice Nurse 907 - 6877, option 2
Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
0800 – 2000
Wednesday – Friday
0830 - 1630
Sick Call:
0630 - 0730
Authorized patrons: Active duty and family members of WAMC;
DENTAC; 16th MP Brigade, 525th MI Brigade; U.S. Army Garrison; XVIII
Airborne Corps HQ;JSOC; SOTF; 126th Finance; 1st Chemical; US Trial
Defense; 18th EOD; NCO Academy; NBC; 297th MI; ROTC- Active duty
only; 101st Chem; 108th MP; 10th MP Det (CID); 1112th Signal; 118th MP;
122nd PWIC; 174th ISE (MI); 18th CFG; 1st ROTC Region; 21st MP; 22nd
MPAD; 319thMI; HHD, 503rd MP; 519th LRSC; 519th MI BN; 65th MP;
FORSCOM (FAISA); NC FLIGHT DET NBC; 122nd MP
Location:
Phone:
POPE ARMY AIRFIELD CLINIC
379 Maynard Street
Appointment Line: 1 – 877 - TRICARE
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Hours of Operation:
0700 – 1600
Authorized patrons: Active Duty Air Force members, their families and
retirees.
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Location:
Camp Mackall
Phone:
396 - 8115/1448
Authorized patrons: Active Duty Soldiers training at Camp Mackall
PEDIATRICS CLINIC
WAMC Clinic Mall at the All American Expressway
Entrance
Phone:
907 - 7337
Authorized patrons: Pediatric patients may be assigned to the
Pediatrics Clinic or a primary care clinic.
Location:
Primary Care
Scheduling Appointments
To make a primary care appointment during the duty day, patients
should call their assigned clinic’s appointment line (see clinic
information for phone numbers). Primary care clinic appointment lines
are open from 0700 - 1630 to book routine and wellness appointments.
For an acute appointment at your primary clinic you should call between
0700 and 1630. Beginning at 1600 on weekdays, same day
appointments will be booked through the Acute Minor Illness Clinic
(AMIC). To make an appointment in the AMIC, call 907 - APPT (2778).
To book a specialty care appointment, you must first receive a referral
from your primary care provider. Then call the TRICARE Service
Center at 1-877-TRICARE to make your appointment.
ACCESSING CARE AFTER HOURS
Healthcare Advice Nurses
Patients enrolled in Womack Family Medicine, Clark, Joel and Robinson
Health Clinics should call their clinic to speak with a healthcare advice
nurse. If your clinic is closed, you may call the advice nurse at 907 NURS (6877).
The advice nurse can help you by doing the following:
• Prescribe home healthcare
• Assist in obtaining medication
• Making same day appointments
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The Acute Minor Illness Clinic (AMIC)
Location:
Womack Army Medical Center, in the Clinic Mall; through
the All American Expressway entrance.
Phone:
907 – APPT (2778)
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1600 – Midnight
Saturday – Sunday 0900 – 2100
Training Holiday
1600 – Midnight
Federal Holidays
0900 - 1700
Authorized Patrons: see below
Eligibility:
Patients eligible for appointment in the AMIC:
• Any Tricare Prime patient (Military Treatment Facility (MTF) or
network)
• Tricare Plus patients enrolled in Clark, Joel, Robinson, Womack
Family Medicine, or Pope AFB Health Clinics
• Tricare Prime patients enrolled in another MTF who are traveling
through or visiting.
Patients NOT eligible appointments in the AMIC:
• Obstetrical patients
• Patients under six (6) months of age
• Tricare Standard patients
• Non-Tricare enrolled family members
Service Provided: AMIC provides after hours and holiday access to
Tricare Prime enrolled patients. The clinic is available for after hours care
when the Primary Care Clinics are closed. Patients requiring treatment
for chronic conditions will be referred back to their Primary Care
Managers (PCM) to ensure continuity of care. Appointments for this clinic
will be scheduled through the WAMC appointment line (907-APPT) and
the advice nurses (907-NURS).
The following Walk In Services are available for all patients regardless of
Tricare enrollment:
• Suture and staple removal
• Dressing changes
• Labs ( Orders from referring provider must be in CHCS; lab work
must be associated with a time sensitive need; i.e.: pre-op over
long weekend, infertility, heat injury)
• Blood pressure checks
• PPD readings
• Pre-scheduled IV therapy (for weekends and holidays only)
Other Minor Procedures such as:
• Blood drawing
• IV Fusion
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• Inhalation therapy (Nebulizer)
• Eye fluorescein exam
• Incision and drainage
• Wound care
After Hours Pharmacy Dispensing:
AMIC will dispense outpatient medications to patients during nonpharmacy hours utilizing the Pickpoint and Omnicell System located in
the clinic. Refills for narcotics, chronic or recurring medications will NOT
be done.
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday
1945 – Midnight
Saturday – Sunday 1545 – 2100
Training Holidays
1945 – Midnight
Federal Holidays
1545 – 1700
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
Womack Army Medical Center is a Level I, full service Emergency
Department. The Emergency Department (ED) provides continuous,
uninterrupted pre-hospital and hospital based emergency services.
Ambulatory patients or visitors will enter the Emergency Department at
the clearly marked first floor South Entrance into Womack Army Medical
Center. The Emergency Department entrances are well marked from
both inside and outside of the hospital. For more information call 907 7000.
An emergency is defined as “a medical condition that arises suddenly and
threatens the life or the welfare of a person or a group of people, a natural
disaster or a medical crisis. “ Examples may include: heart attacks,
automobile injuries, poisonings, burns, injuries caused by violence,
animal bites, broken bones, chest pains/shortness of breath, and severe
depression.
The Womack Army Medical Center Emergency Department is for
EMERGENCIES. Patients that come into the Emergency Department
with non-urgent and non-emergent cases will be seen by a medical care
provider after all urgent cases have been seen. These patients might
have a waiting time ranging anywhere from 45 minutes to many hours
depending on the type of cases that are being treated.
THE FISHER HOUSE
http://www.fisherhouse.org/
The Fisher House is a “home away from home” for families of inpatients
at Womack Army Medical Center, the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs
Medical Center and other area hospitals. It is designed for families of
critically ill patients at Womack and other area hospitals, but is available
to accept outpatient visitors on a space available basis.
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The house is operated with a $10 per night fee and donations from the
community. The fee can be waived. For more information, call the Fisher
House at (910) 432 - 1486.
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY
(See pharmacies)
A patient identification card must be presented at any pharmacy to
obtain medications ordered for you. If you are submitting a hand
written prescription, the patient’s information (name, rank, sponsor’s
social security number, and address and phone number) is required at
the top of the prescription form. Womack Army Medical Center has an
automated prescription refill call - in system available 24 hours a day. If
called in Monday – Thursday by 10 p.m., the prescription will be available
by noon on the next day. If called in Friday - Sunday or on holidays by 10
p.m., the prescription will be ready for picked up the next week day after
noon. For refills, please call 907 - 7676 or call toll free to 1 – 888 – 316 8639. Pick refills up at the Refill Distribution Center on Normandy Drive.
Refills called into Clark, Joel, Robinson and Womack Family Practice
Clinic can be picked up at the clinic.
SOCIAL WORK SERVICES
Social Work Services is located on the third floor, adjacent to the Chapel.
The office offers casework services to both inpatients and outpatients
eligible for treatment in the hospital. For more information, call 907-7869.
HEALTH BENEFITS ADVISORS
Health Benefits Advisors are available to help with questions you may
have about healthcare received outside Womack Army Medical Center.
It is important for you to be aware of your healthcare coverage and the
financial obligations you may incur if you are referred to a civilian hospital.
The Health Benefit Advisors are responsible for issuing Non-Availability
Statements (NAS) for inpatient care at a civilian healthcare facility, when
applicable, under TRICARE Standard or TRICARE Extra. For more
information, call 907-6778 or 907-6926.
PATIENT REPRESENTATIVE
A Patient Representative is available at the hospital and at all of the
outlying primary care clinics. The Patient Representative at Womack
is located near the TRICARE Service Center on the ground floor and
can be reached by calling 907-6036. If you have a problem while at your
primary care clinic, please see the Patient Representative at that clinic.
Clark Health Clinic
907 - 9629
Joel Health Clinic
907 – 9105
Robinson Health Clinic
907 – 9504
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VISITING HOURS
The visitation policy at Womack Army Medical Center is designed to
meet the needs of our patients and their loved ones. We understand
the important role that family support plays in the recuperation of our
patients. General visiting hours are between 1100 and 2000 daily. In
certain areas of the hospital, visitors and children under the age of 12
are restricted. This is to maintain privacy and to promote the restful,
healing environment our patients deserve. For specific visiting hours,
check with the Ward.
USE OF CELLULAR PHONES
Cellular phones, portable radio transmitters and laptop computers (unless
they are an integral component of a medical device or approved WAMC
wireless system) are prohibited in the following areas: Operating Room
(OR), Ambulatory Surgical Unit (ASU), Intensive Care Unit (ICU),
Radiology, Labor & Delivery (L&D), Nursery (NICU), Pediatrics (3 North),
Postpartum (3 South), Mother Baby Unit to include CT Scan and
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI – fixed and mobile), Cardiac Care
Unit (CCU), Emergency Department, Patient Diagnostic and Treatment
rooms and within 10 feet of patient equipment. The purpose of restricting
cellular phones, radio transmitters and portable computers is to reduce
the chance of interference with medical equipment. Any cellular phone
carried into the above areas must be off, even if the phone is not in use.
It may interfere if left “on.” Portable (laptop) computers must also be
turned off before entering these areas. Cellular phones, portable
transmitters and laptop computers may not be used inside any patient
diagnostic or treatment room or within ten feet of patient
electronic/electric equipment.
If you have any questions, please call the Safety Office at 9077233(SAFE).
WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
Womack’s Information Desk
907 - 6000/6292
Active Duty Family Dental Plan
1 – 800- 866 - 8499
Admissions
907 - 7078
Advice Nurse
907 - 6877
Allergy/Immunization Clinic
907 - 6662/7182
Appointment Line
90 - APPT (2778)
Audiology
907 - 6473
Behavioral Health
907 - 8679/6825
Blood Donor Center
432 - 8964/396-9925
Breast Clinic
907 - 8383
Cardiology
907 - 6253
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Care Authorizations (for active duty)
1 – 888 – 610 – 7420
Chaplain
907 - PRAY (7729)
Civilian Personnel, Job Information Line 907 - 7851
Community Health Nursing Program
396 - 6374/7410
DEERS Eligibiltiy
1 - 800- 538 - 9552
Drug Information Line
907 - 7045
Emergency Department
907 - 7567/6559
ENT/Audiology
907 - 6751
Exceptional Family Member Program
907 - 7591
Educational Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) Program
907 - EDIS (3347)
Fisher House
432 - 1486
Gastroenterology
907 - 7808
Health Benefits Advisors
907 - 6778/6926
Hematology/Oncology
907 - 7511
Human Resources
907 - 7127
Information Desk
907 - 6000/6292
Inspector General
907 - 8993
Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
907 - 6428
Internal Medicine
907 - 8583/7462/6253
Labor and Delivery
907 - 7563
Military Personnel
907 - 7963
MRI
907 - 7966
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
907 - 7626
Neurology
907 - 6412
OB/GYN Advice Nurse
907 - 8778
OB/GYN Appointment line
907 – 8333
OB/GYN Clinic information
907 - 6249
Oncology/Hematology
907 – 7511
Outpatient Pharmacy Refill Call-in:
907 - 7676 or
1-888-316-8639
Ophthalmology
907 - 6423
Orthopedics
907 - 6785
Outpatient Records
907 - 7179/7953
Pain Clinic
907 - 7209
Patient Administration Division (PAD)
907 - 7078/6864
Patient Representative
907 - 6037
Pediatrics/EFMP
907 - 7337
Pediatrics Ward 3 North
907 – 7114
Physical Exam Section
907 - 7639
Physical Therapy
907-6948
Podiatry
907 - 7763
Pregnant Soldier Wellness Program
396 – 8241
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Public Affairs/Marketing Office
907 - 7247
Radiology Services
907 - 7160/7966/8266
Red Cross
907 - 7124
Refractive Eye Surgery
907 - 7620
Report a problem
907 - REPO (7376)
Safety Office
907 - SAFE (7233)
Social Work
907 - 7869/8272
Strep Throat Hotline
907 - 8737
Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Services (SARS)
• Clark Health Clinic
907 - 2575
• Joel Health Clinic
907 - 8925
nd
• 82 SARS
432 – 1464
TRICARE Service Center
1-877-TRICARE
Tricare Information
1-888-363-2273
TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy Program 1-866-363-8667
TRICARE Retail Pharmacy Program
1-866-363-8779
Tumor Registrar
907 - 8875
Urology
907 - 8393
Wellness Center
907 – 9355
WOMEN'S CENTER OF FAYETTEVILLE
E-mail:
Location:
Phone:
Hours:
http://www.wcof.org/
[email protected]
230 Hay Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301
323 - 3377
Fax: 323 – 8828
Monday – Thursday
0800 - 1700
Friday
0800 - 1200
Services Provided: A non-profit organization that serves as a multiservice resource and advocacy Center, dedicated to helping women and
men help themselves through our programs and services. The mission
has always been to promote growth, productiveness and well being
through peer counseling, education, information, and advocacy programs.
The Women's Center works with other community agencies to achieve
this goal, and has a solid history of helping women, men and families.
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