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Family Programs

Army Family Programs offer a comprehensive array of programs and services dedicated to maintaining the readiness of Soldiers, Families and communities. It is the commander's principal Family readiness agency, providing comprehensive, coordinated, and responsive services that promote self-reliance, resiliency, and stability.
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Happy Birthday ACS

Message from IMCOM G9 - Chief, Army Community Service Division:

ACS Family,

Army Community Service continues to grow and evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of the global Army family. Our world-class ACS professionals play an important role in supporting command teams and enhance the readiness of Soldiers and their Families. ACS further promotes resilience and well-being within our civilian, retiree and Survivor communities. You deserve a big round of applause for your hard work and dedication to the ACS mission. Thank you for being a part of the journey! In this, our 54th year of service, let's take a moment to remember where we came from and where we have yet to go. Together we can shape the ACS of the future. 

Happy 54th Birthday Army Community Service! 



Family Resources
Send Feedback Up the Chain Get Information and Training Get Support for Surviving Families Get Support for Wounded Soldiers and Families
The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) provides a way for Soldiers and Family members to let Army leadership know what works, what doesn't―and what they think will fix it. Army Family Team Building (AFTB) is a volunteer-led organization with a central tenet: provide training and knowledge to spouses and family members to support the total Army effort. Survivor Outreach Services is committed to serving the families of fallen warriors by providing access to support, information, and services. The Virtual Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) was developed by the Army to give wounded and injured Soldiers and their Families the leadership and care they expect and deserve.
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Army Readiness Programs

Mobilization, Deployment & Stability Support Operations

Deployment is never easy and it often takes a toll on both the Soldier and the family. There are many resources and tools available to make it easier.

Employment Readiness

Employment Readiness believes that every Army spouse should have a choice and be afforded the opportunity to develop a career and/or become employed.

Financial Readiness

The Army is here to help provide you with information on matters dealing with money. From financial calculators to tax preparation, these tools shown below, can help you on your way to financial success.

Relocation Readiness

Preparing to relocate? In the middle of moving? Getting settled in a new location? This Army provides useful information to help answer the many questions you may have about relocating to make your transition as smooth as possible.

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Comprehensive Soldier & Family Fitness (CSF2) Program

CSF2 LogoThe Army's Comprehensive Soldier & Family Fitness (CSF2) program represents the Army's investment in the readiness of the force and the quality of life of our Soldiers, their Families and Department of the Army Civilians. It increases their physical and psychological health and resilience, while enhancing their performance in combat and in life.

As the strength of our Army is our Soldiers, and the strength of our Soldiers is their Families, it is important that the Army build resilience and enhance performance of its most precious asset -- its people, ensuring our Army is prepared today and ready for the future.

To learn more and to take the Global Assessment Tool to confidentially assess your physical and psychological health based on four of the five dimensions of strength: emotional, social, spiritual, and family fitness, visit


Comprehensive Soldier & Family Fitness Video
Click here to watch a video about the CSF2 Program.


I can assure you that your Army leadership understands the important contribution each and every one of you makes. We need to make sure we step up and provide the support Families need so the Army Family stays healthy and ready.

- Former Army Secretary Pete Geren

Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal

DADT PageA page with helpful information has been created for the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal. Government guidance and educational presentations can be found by accessing the link below.