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Family Programs and Services

Army Community Service Staff

The Army Community Service (ACS) Staff site is a management tools resource available to ACS staff members.


AFAP Issue Management System

The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) provides a way for you to let Army leadership know what works, what doesn't, and how you think problems should be resolved.


AFAP Issues Search

The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) Active Issues Search tracks input from the people of the Army to Army leadership.


Army Reserve Family Programs

Preparation and planning prior to mobilization is the first step Soldiers must take to ensure Family members have the resources to endure military separation.


eLearning Center

Use the eLearning Center to gain valuable knowledge and skills that pertain to life in the Army.


Family Programs

Army Family Programs offer a comprehensive array of programs and services dedicated to maintaining the readiness of Soldiers, Families and communities.


Family Readiness Group

The Family Readiness Group (FRG) is an officially command-sponsored organization of family members, volunteers, and Soldiers belonging to a unit.


Home and Family Life Library Resources

Escape through fiction, keep up with current affairs, locate self help information, do homework, encourage reading in your young child – it all adds up to a life enriching experience.


National Guard Family Management

National Guard Family Management provide programs and services dedicated to benefiting the lives of National Guard Members and their Families.



Throughout history, volunteers have played an integral role in the life of Soldiers and their Families.


Wounded Warriors

The Army Wounded Warrior Program assists and advocates for severely wounded, injured, and ill Soldiers and their Families, wherever they are located, for as long as it takes.


Army Emergency Relief

AER is a private non-profit and is the Army's own emergency financial assistance organization, dedicated to "Helping the Army Take Care of Its Own".


Operation United Assistance

The U.S. is coordinating and operationalizing a comprehensive strategy to respond to the threat of Ebola here at home, enhance our broader domestic preparedness, and contain the epidemic in West Africa.

Face of Defense: Soldier Contributes Time to Schools, Community
August 31, 2016

The Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce recognized a William Beaumont Army Medical Center soldier for her countless hours of volunteer work and fundraising for the city’s homeless population during a ceremony in downtown El Paso, Aug. 4.
USA marks National Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Week
August 22, 2016

By presidential proclamation, this week is National Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Week.
New series aims to expose human side of Soldiers
July 21, 2016

This week Army broadcasters are filming at Fort Hood, Texas, for a new video series that will debut this fall.
88th RSC ensures Army Reserve Ambassadors know the Soldier’s story
July 20, 2016

Army Reserve Ambassadors, ARA’s, tell the Soldier’s story at the federal, state and local government levels.
Relocation Readiness

Are you Moving?

Whether it's your first military move or your fifteenth, the Relocation Readiness Program can help you get organized, make smart financial decisions, understand your allowances and manage stress. Visit your local ACS and talk with the Relocation Readiness Program Manager. If you are not near an installation or just love to absorb good information, click on the link below and use these resources, tools and articles to make your next move a smooth one.


Total Army Sponsorship Program (TASP)

Are you about to make a PCS move? If so, then you should request a sponsor at your new duty station. Sponsors serve as your "representative" before you arrive, provide information to you, and show you around upon your arrival.

If you are going to Europe or Korea, you can request a sponsor online. Simply visit the sponsorship site for Europe or Korea.
Additional information for Korea if needed can be found at

If you are going elsewhere, you should check the gaining installation's web site and the gaining unit's site to determine if they offer online sponsorship requests. If not, you will have to apply for sponsorship using DA Form 5434. You will have a chance to complete this form at your reassignment briefing or your unit S-1 Shop should be able to provide guidance. Once completed, you should send the form to your local Installation TASP Liaison to process.

If you make a move and do not have a sponsor before the move, you can request a "reactionary" sponsor to provide assistance after reaching your new installation.

Sponsorship is key to a military family’s successful move. It helps create unit cohesion and a smoother transition to a new installation and community. Recognizing the importance of successful sponsorship, the Department of Defense, in conjunction with the military services, created the Electronic Sponsorship Application & Training (eSAT) to bring standardized sponsorship training to all appointed unit sponsors regardless of service branch. Additional Total Army Sponsorship Training Information is available through Military OneSource. Service members can access the eSAT website using their Common Access Card. The application is secure and will provide an official certificate for your unit records.


SMA Raymond F. Chandler III emphasizes the importance of sponsorship.

Leaders can have members of their organization receive sponsorship training and certification online through an electronic Sponsorship Application and Training (eSAT) or if necessary, through their local Army Community Service center.



TASP Video
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Total Sponsorship Survey:

These surveys are being conducted as part of a continuing effort to improve the sponsorship program.  Please take the time to complete the survey for each portion of your PCS move.


To confirm the completion of your Survey, please print the final sheet.



America's Army is the strength of the nation and America's Families are the backbones and source of a Soldier's strength.

- Mrs. Sheila Casey

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