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Acs event calendar february 2013

  1. 1. ACS Event Calendar February 2013 NOTE: All events are held at ACS, unless italicized. For more information, please visit or call ACS at 772-6556/6557. **PLEASE CALL TO REGISTER FOR ALL CLASSES/PROGRAMS SO WE CAN PLAN ACCORDINGLY** *For full program name and information please see back Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 5 6 7 Saturday 0900-1200 ESOL 0830-1600 1st Term Financial 0900-1600 AFTB Level I Feb 2: 0930-1130 Federal Employment Training-Call for Location 0900-1200 ESOL Workshop 0900-1500 The Fourth Trimester 0930-1130 Negotiating Job Of- 1 February: 0930-1400 DRUM Family Welcome Class fers 1000-1200 Tour 0900-1600 AFTB Level I 1330-1530 Parenting After Hearts Apart 4 1515-1545 Stateside PCS Brief- 0930-1130 Employment 101 at Separation or Divorce 0900-1200 Resume Start to Finish Clark Hall Room A2-86 SFAC Bldg 11042 1515-1545 Stateside PCS Brief- Group 0930-1200 DRUM Soldier and Clark Hall Room A2-86 Family Newcomers Orientation 1600 SOS Family Night 11 12 13 14 15 0900-1200 Budget Management 0900-1200 ESOL 0830-1600 1st Term Financial 0900-1200 ESOL 1000-1200 International 0900-1200 Resume Start to Finish 0930-1400 DRUM Family Welcome Training-Call for Location 0930-1130 Employment 101 Spouses Support Group 0930-1230 MRT Module 4 Tour 0900-1100 Conflict Resolution 1515-1545 Stateside PCS Brief- 1330-1530 Anger Management 0900-1230 CARE Team Training Clark Hall Room A2-86 1400-1500 Key Caller Training 0930-1130 Starting Your Own 16th- 1515-1545 Stateside PCS Brief- Business 1300-1500 Clark Hall Room A2-86 1300-1500 Building Healthy SOS Tubing at Dry Hill 1700-1800 Key Caller Training Relationships 18 19 20 21 22 0900-1200 ESOL 0830-1600 1st Term Financial 0900-1100 Home Buying *Military and Family 0900-1600 AFTB Level III Training-Call for Location 0900-1200 ESOL Life Consultants 1515-1545 Stateside PCS Brief- 0900-1600 AFTB Level III 0930-1100 Overseas PCS Brief Clark Hall Room A2-86 1130-1300 Deploy Your Resilience 1000-1200 OPSEC Safety for (MFLC’s) welcomes Lunch Group Families Walk-Ins from 1730-1930 Blended Families 1030 Volunteer of Month 0800-1630 Monday- Ceremony @ the Commons Friday* 1515-1545 Stateside PCS Brief- Clark Hall Room A2-86 President’s Day-ACS Closed 25 26 27 28 0900-1200 Resume Start to Finish 0900-1200 ESOL 0830-1600 1st Term Financial 0900-1100 TSP Class 1030-1200 Event Planning 0930-1130 Medical Career Fair Training-Call for Location 0900-1200 ESOL 0930-1400 DRUM Family Welcome 0930-1130 Federal Employment 1515-1545 Stateside PCS Brief- Tour Workshop-SFAC Bldg 11042 Clark Hall Room A2-86 1330-1530 Stress Management 1330-1430 Networking Club 1515-1545 Stateside PCS Brief- Clark Hall Room A2-86 Celebrate Black History Month
  2. 2. Army Emergency Relief (AER)—772-6560/6555/2855No Interest Loans * Grants to Soldiers & Families for verifiable emergencyneeds* AER College Scholarship Program.Army Family Action Plan (AFAP)—772-6710/9229You can Make a difference. Identify issues and improve quality of life.Army Family Team Building (AFTB)—772-6710/9229AFTB Workshops & Classes. Adapt to Army life and strengthen self-reliance.Army Volunteer Corps Program (AVC)—772-2899Volunteer opportunities * Volunteer Registration. February 2013Financial Readiness Programs (FRP) —772-5196/0050Individual financial planning & counseling * Budgeting & account management Calendar of Eventsclasses * Debt liquidation assistance * Consumer advocacy/complaint resolution* Family Subsistence Supplemental Allowance.Employment Readiness Program (ERP)—772-9611/2737Career development services for Army Families * One-on-One employmentcounseling * Employment classes and workshops * Job listings * Resume &Cover Letter Writing * Federal Employment System * Interviewing Skills.Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)—772-5476Support Group Meetings * Respite Care * Special Needs AccommodationProcess.Family Advocacy Program (FAP)—772-6929/4244/2279Parent Education Workshops * New Parent Support Program * Baby Bundles*Stress & Anger Management Workshops * Domestic Violence and ChildAbuse Prevention Education * Fort Drum Sexual Assault Prevention & ResponseProgram.Information & Referral—772-6556/6557Information & Referral Desk * Family Lounge & Kitchen AreaMobilization & Deployment (MOB/DEP)—772-2848/2919/0470Deployment Cycle Training and Resources.Outreach Services—772-5374Community Life Activities * Special Events * Community-wide garage sales *Clothing giveawaysRelocation Readiness Program (RRP)—772-6566/6553/6902/5475Relocation Assistance * Lending Closet * DRUM Family & CommunityConnection * Drum Family Welcome Tour * Hearts Apart * InternationalSpouse Support Group * Citizenship & Immigration Assistance.Survivor Outreach Services (SOS)—772-6357Providing long-term support services to surviving Family members of Fallen Soldiers.Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC)—772-7781/7720"Serving our Warriors and Families in Transition." * Transition preparation * Human 4330 Conway RoadResources *Financial Counseling *Social Services *Education Counseling *Much More! 315-772-6556/6557 Think ACS First!! www.drummwr.com/ArmyCommunityService.htm

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