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Soldier Family Assistance Center

May 1, 2009 — The Soldier Family Assistance Center (SFAC) is a team of civilian employees appointed by the Garrison Commander to coordinate resources and act as a point of contact for Warriors and their Family members. The center is open to assist Soldiers assigned to the Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB). The center also assists the Family members of those MORE

Soldier Family Assistance Center - Services

May 1, 2009 — MPD - Military Personnel ActionsFinance - Military Pay Travel Pay and per diem reimbursementEmergency Financial Assistance Money Management/Problem SolutionID Cards- DEERS enrollment Travel Services - Air transportDonations Management- receiving and disbursingLogistics – coordination with housing, travel, lodging officesInternet AccessCoordination MORE

Soldier Family Assistance Center - Points of Contact

May 1, 2009 — Administrative SFAC Director785-240-7118Information & Referral785-240-7192Financial Counselor785-240-7193Human Resources785-239-8363Outreach Coordinator785- 240-7194ACAP785-239-8368 MORE

Army Career and Alumni Program

May 1, 2009 — Provide mandatory Pre-separation counseling and assist Warrior Transitions in completing DD Form 2648/2648-1 to inform WTs and spouse, if married, about benefits and services available separating from the U.S. Army following Soldier’s assignment to the Warrior Transition Unit.Assist in scheduling Job Search Training through Department of Labor MORE

Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2)

May 1, 2009 — To be considered an Army Wounded Warrior, a Soldier must suffer from:– Suffer from injuries or illness incurred after 10 September 2001 in support of the Global War On Terrorism who receive or are expected to receive a 30% rating for one or more injuries rated by the Physical Disability Evaluation system in categories such as:     – Loss of MORE

Child & Youth Services

May 1, 2009 — Child care services and youth supervision support Warrior Transitions, Families and Non Medical Attendants (NMA) at low or no cost in Child and Youth Services (CYS) operated programs.Annual Child and Youth Services registration is free. There is a pre-requisite to use all services.Includes children/youth of assigned Wounded Transitions (WT) Non MORE

Financial Counseling

May 1, 2009 — Free Credit ReportsThere are hundreds of companies that advertise via e-mail, television and radio that you can obtain your credit report through them for a small fee or for free as long as you sign up for credit monitoring services. Others are using free credit reports as a phishing scam to get you to send them your information, which the in turn MORE

Information and Referral

May 1, 2009 — Information and Referral will conduct initial reception and intake services for Warriors in Transition (WT)s and their Families. We provide:General orientation on Soldier Family Assistance Center services availableAssess individual and Family needsCentralized intake for information and referralComprehensive resource databaseProvide handouts MORE

Military Human Resources

May 1, 2009 — Updating Enlisted Review Board (ERB) or Officer Review Board (ORB)AwardsCorrecting Personal ActionsEducation updatesAnd much more…     Stop by the Soldier Family Assistance Center (SFAC) today for onsite assistance. Classes:May 19, 20099:00am to 10:00amPreparing for Centralized Promotion Boards - HRClassroom, Bldg. 673-A Hot TopicsJune 2009The MORE

Outreach Services

May 1, 2009 — Battalion is sponsoring a one day trip to Wichita, Kansas on May 8, 2009 (RSVP May 5, 2009) for a steak feed, parade, bull ride, and Country and Western concert.Sign up sheets will be made available at the battalion, with the Family Readiness Group Assistant (FRSA) and at the Soldier Family Assistance Center (SFAC). An accurate account of attendees MORE