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Logo, Fort Riley Resiliency Campus, located on Custer Hill

The Fort Riley Resiliency Campus is located on Custer Hill; Resiliency Headquarters, Kapaun Chapel, Army Community Services, the Resilience Learning Center and Craig Fitness Center provide physical, emotional, social, family and spiritual support, acting as an epicenter of services for Soldiers and Families. (Resiliency programs can be found on all corners of the installation.)

Resilience is the ability to grow and thrive in the face of challenges and bounce back from adversity. Resiliency programming at Fort Riley is the cornerstone in delivering Comprehensive Fitness to our Soldiers, their Families, Retirees and Army Civilians. The Fort Riley Resiliency Campus seeks to increase resilience and enhance performance by developing and strengthening the five dimensions of strength.

CAUSE Therapy 2013
CAUSE Therapy 2013
Fort Riley Leaders Guide to Combating Risk Behaviors
Fort Riley Leaders Guide to Combating Risk Behaviors
Fort Riley "Home Station" Process Maps (From Sponsorship to Out processing)
Fort Riley
Resiliency Campus Information
2-page pamphlet, Resiliency Campus Information
Map, Resiliency Campus on Fort Riley, located on Custer Hill Warrior Adventure Quest (WAQ) / Outdoor Recreation - Bldg 9011 King Field House - Bldg 202 In-Processing and Workforce Development - Bldg 210 Custer Hill Activity Center /  Child, Youth and School Services (CYSS) - Bldg 6620 Skills Development Center / Arts and Crafts, B.O.S.S., USO Fort Riley - Bldg 6918 Resiliency Supporting Functions, Army Traffic Safety Training Program (ATSTP) - Bldg 7305 Craig Fitness Center - Physical Fitness and Wellness Center - Bldg 7024 Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) / Confidential Alcohol Treatment Education Pilot (CATEP) - Bldg 7424 Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic (mTBI) - Bldg 7606 Leonard Fitness Center Robinson Fitness Center Warrior Zone - Bldg 8067 Long Fitness Center Warrior Medical Readiness Clinic - Bldg 7606 Resiliency Learning Center / Resiliency Headquarters - Bldg 7285 Army Community Service - Bldg 7264 Kapaun Chapel - Spiritual Fitness Center - Bldg 7086

Map, Fort Riley Resiliency Campus on Custer Hill. The red buildings represent epicenter. Blue buildings represent support facilities.
-Above, each colored building and label is a hyperlink to additional information.

Wellness center puts clients in driver’s seat

Soldiers, retirees, their families and Army civilians interested in making a positive change in their health and wellness can ...

Army leaders visit post to talk ready, resilient

On a mission to take the pulse of the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley, Gen. John F. Campbell, vice chief of staff of the ...

1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley is Ready & Resilient

More information at www.army.mil/readyandresilient

NFL legend Herschel Walker visits post

Mixed martial artist, NFL player and Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker visited Fort Riley Sept. 25 to spread his message ...

How to cope, find support, heal after disasters

Editor's note: The recent Colorado floods and tragic incident that took place at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., ...

Victory Center offers innovative approach to health

It has been three months since Fort Riley's Victory Center first opened its doors, and one Fort Riley first sergeant has a ...

Soldiers participate in 1st Master Resiliency Training on post

Story by: Sgt. 1st Class Jonathan Wiley, 1ST INF. DIV. PUBLIC AFFAIRS

More than 90 active-duty, Army ...

Facility houses resiliency programs

With a sign reading "Victory Center" hanging out front, Building 7285 has taken on more than just a new name. It has ...

Officials cut ribbon during ceremony at new center

Having a center where Soldiers can come and address their fitness at every level is extremely pleasing, said Maj. Gen. Paul E. ...

Army, NFL partner up to focus on resiliency for Soldiers, players

Story by: Sgt. 1st Class Raymond Piper, ANS

NEW YORK CITY – The Army hosted a panel June 13 to ...

Army's 'Ready and Resilient Campaign' kicks off

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, March 13, 2013) -- The Army has made available to Soldiers a new online resource to complement ...

Five Dimensions of Strength


Performing and excelling in physical activities that require aerobic fitness, ...

Resiliency Resources

Army Feature, Comprehensive Soldier Fitness [http://csf.army.mil/] ...

AUSA Resiliency Products

For the October, 2010 AUSA Conference, MG Vincent Brooks and CSM Jim Champagne gave a presentation. These are reference ...

Command Healthy Relationship PSA
Command Healthy Relationship PSA
News Break - Resilience Academy opened Jan 28, 2011
Riley TV News Break - Resilience Academy opened Jan 28, 2011
Fort Riley - Resiliency overview
Fort Riley - Resiliency overview, interview with CPT Joshua Mantz
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