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GOLDEN DRAGONS WEEKLY BINDER 4 FEBUARY 2011

EVENTS/MEETINGS/FUNDRAISERS: FRG Leaders Contact Information HHC: frghhc114@hotmail.com A Co: acofrg114@gmail.com B Co: Bco_frg@yahoo.com C Co: 114CCOFRG@gmail.com D Co: Delta_company_frg@ yahoo.com 66th ENG Co: 66thengcofrg@gmail.com 1-14 IN BN Staff Duty (available 24 hours): 808-655-6846 2SBCT Staff Duty (available 24 hours): 808-655-9200 1-14 IN BN FRSA M. Aloha Valverde Office: (808) 655-1823 Marie.valverde@ us.army.mil

THE DRAGON’S DEN IS NOW OPEN!

STRONG BONDS: 2BCT is holding two strong bond retreats for Spouses of Deployed Check out the Dragon’s Den (see flyer on pg.2) to purchase all your Soldiers. The first will be March 4-6, 2011 at Makaha Resort and the unit merchandise! second will be March 18-20, 2011 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The Save The Date: registration form and information Golden Dragons Kids Day event was sent out through your FRG’s. Thursday, 17 March at For further information on registraKaena Community Center, Schofield Barracks tion, Please direct questions and *more information to follow so keep your eye concerns to SPC Muckelvaney and out for this fun day of kids activities! CH Pascua who can both be reached at 655-0278. This is a first come, first served basis, so please sign up immediately.

Info Worth Reading iPhone Users: It's out, it's here. If you are an iPhone user, you will want to download your FREE Mobile MWR app. It has all the latest in news from FMWRC, as well as twitter and facebook feeds, plus plenty of extras. Check out ArmyMWR.com for more information Military OneSource tax services. It's that time again! Military OneSource will provide free tax filing services (both federal and state) and free tax consultations to service members and their families. Visit www.MilitaryOneSource.com/ TaxFilingServices Please join us in support of the 3rd BDE Deployment Ceremony on Friday, March 04, 2011 10:00 AM-11:00 AM. SBMA Memorial Association: If you are interested in becoming a volunteer

or helping during upcoming events please contact DeAnna Roddy at deanaroddy@yahoo.com 17th Annual Swamp Romp & Expo Saturday, February 26, 2011 @ 7:00 AM The dirtiest race returns to MCB Hawaii!!! Get your teams ready for an exciting 5 mile run through the mud and dirt on board MCB Hawaii Kaneohe Bay. This unique run takes teams through the Nu'upia ponds and down the Ft Hase beach, over and under obstacles that challenge the strongest of competitors. The event is open to the public. To participate in this event, you must sign and return this Liability Waiver. Registration closes on Saturday, February 19, 2011 @ 4:30 PM. Pick up race packets and timing chips at the Swamp Romp Health & Fitness Expo taking place on Friday, February 25, 2011 @ 3:00-8:00 PM

at the Samuel Adams Sports Grill and Pub. The Expo will feature over 25 health, fitness & wellness vendors showcasing unique services, products and workshops. Attendees of the Expo can also enjoy $4 Friday night pupus and a Sam Adams pitcher specials. Go to

http://www.mccshawaii.com/ cgfit.shtml for more information and registration.


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PROGRAMS FOR KIDS & TEENS: Tutor.com A free online tutoring service for service members and their families. Children can access round-the -clock professional tutors who can assist with school work. Get help with homework, studying, test prep, resume writing and more.

due to their parent’s military mission requirements. The S2S program is school managed and student-led. For more information, call the Youth Education Support Services Office (808) 6559818.

March2Success great tutorial for

The EDGE! (Experience, Develop, Grow and Excel) Out-of-school opportunities for children and youth to experience, develop, grow and excel by participation in "cutting edge" art, fitness, life skills and adventure activities known as Art EDGE!, Fit EDGE!, Life EDGE!, and Adventure EDGE!

students preparing for standardized testing. This free web-based program helps improve test-taking strategies and math, science and English skills.

Student To Student (S2S) A school based program designed to aid youth who are changing schools

Teen Line Hawaii TeenLine Hawaii is a youth empowerment service created in 1993 to give Hawaii's teens access to helpful information and resources covering a wide range of teenrelated topics. This program focuses on teens and the goal of enhancing their health and their communities. Information on a variety of topics that are important to teens is accessible at any time.

Check out http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/4h/ OMK/resourcesYouth.htm for more information!

CHECK IT OUT! Hired! Apprenticeship program provides 15-18 year-old youth with meaningfully, professionallymanaged career-exploration opportunities in Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR ) operations. This program offers valuable paid work experience and training to better equip each participant with the skills needed for a highly-competitive job market. Programs are available to all Army National Guard, Army Reserve and Active Army Children. Call (808)655-0445 or Email: Vicky.agbayani@us.army.mil

Money Skills for Kids (Ages 812 and Ages 13-18) Ideas for money-making projects and learn basic principles of money management as well as techniques to inspire and motivate kids at an early age to be top performers. At the Fleet and Family Support Center, navy Region Hawaii. Free classes, open to Active Duty military children and children of the Reserves and National Guard. For more information, call (808)4741999.

Hickam Teen Center Clubs . Torch Club: Torch Clubs are chartered small group leadership and service clubs for boys and

girls ages 10-13. Members learn to elect officers and work together to plan and implement activities in four areas; Service to Club and Community, Education, Health & Fitness and Social Recreation. Keystone Club:This club is the key for teens ages 13-18 who want to maximize their potential as future leaders and receive recognition from Air Force leaders, national, community and private organizations. Teens have the opportunity to perform service to club and community while experiencing personal development, education, career exploration, unity and social recreation. Y.E.S. (Youth Employment Skills):Y.E.S. is an on-base youth volunteer program designed for high schoolaged dependents of active-duty Air Force members, providing students an opportunity to learn valuable skills. Students accumulate volunteer hours during their four years of high school and can earn up to $1,000 towards future vocational, technical or academic endeavors The First Tee Program Serves young people by offering them a unique perspective toward learning golf while appreciating the positive personal and social values associated with a lifelong game and physical fitness activity. This free program provides youth and opportunity to

develop life enhancing values such as confidence, perseverance and judgment through golf and character education program locations are at multiple locations throughout the state. Hickam Teen Center Clubs Chef’s Club: Join the new cooking club and learn to be young chefs and serve up healthy meals. Learn about the nutritional value of vegetables, fruits, nuts, meats, and start eating healthy. Art Club: Young artists will learn about the different artistic techniques in fine arts that are out there. Examples of these techniques include watercolor, acrylic, and pastel drawings. Artworks may be entered in the BGCA Fine Arts and 4-H Contest. Ages 10-18. Photography Club: The photo club teaches the basics in learning to use cameras and taking quality photos. Participants may enter for BGCA and 4-H photo contests. Ages 10-18. Digital Arts Club: Club members will participate in projects in graphic designs, movie making, digital music and photo illustrations. Projects may be entered in BGCA Digital Arts Festivals. Ages 10-18


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list of recalled foods: Sauce, Barb's Kal-Bi Sauce Bob's Bar-B-Que Teriyaki Sauce Cabais Capital Sweet Wasabi Sauce Fu Manchu Chilli Peppa Water Grand Café & Bakery: Dessert Topping, Sherry Vinaigrette Hana Hotties Hot Sauces – Pineapple, Lilikoi Guava, Mango, Papaya Healing Noni - Noni Juice India Café: Curry Sauce for Meat, Sauce for Seafood, Tikka Masala (General Sauce) Jen-e Tropical Creamy Garlic Dressing DOH is providing the opportunity for businesses to have their Molokai Roadside Creations Steak Marinades: Original, products removed from the recall list if they can provide suffi- Mild, Mo'Spicy cient documentation and evidence of product safety. For Mom's Recipe Sauce more information on how to have products removed from the Pacific Poultry: Huli-Huli Sauce recall listing go to: www.hawaii.gov/health or e-mail productre- Soul de Cuba: Mango Salsa, Mojo Marinade call@doh.hawaii.gov Sunset Sauces: Pacific Pesto – Mac Nut Style, Pacific Pesto – Asian Style The following products have been removed from the list of Table Boss Safari Sauce recalled products manufactured by First Commercial Kitchen. Ted's Bakery Teri Sauce Additional information received by the Department of Health Toyo Sushi: Sushi Vinegar, Garlic Sauce, Spicy Garlic Sauce today show product testing results that meet the criteria for Waiola Burger Sauce safety: Wing Coffee Company: Thick Soy Sauce, Sweet & Sour Sauce, Plum Sauce, Hoisin Sauce, Black Bean Garlic Arturo's: Hot Sauces: Maui, Lanai, Kauai, Big Island, Oahu, Makai Chili Peppa Water, Nitro 3, 7, and 10, Red Shark, Chi- Copyright Hawaii News Now 2011. All rights reserved. potle BBQ, Hawaiian Passion Teriyaki Sauce, Hawaiian Passion Sweet Pineapple Hot Sauce, Mango Delicious, Mango Vicious Shelf Stable Salsas: Red Medium Kabuki Restaurant: Yakitori Sauce, Batayaki Sauce Natural Edge: Noni Juice Poke Stop: Remoulade, Creamy Ahi Dressing, Soy Lime Dressing, Pickled Onion Tartar Sauce, Teri Sauce REI Food Products (Gyotaku): Sesame Ginger Dressing, Shoyu Dressing, Sweet & Sour Dressing Taste of Joy Teri-Q Sauce Wing Coffee Company: Oyster Sauce First Commercial Kitchen LLC: Lum's Char-Siu Sauce HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) The Hawaii State Department of Health is issuing another revised list of recalled products manufactured by First Commercial Kitchen LLC based on new information received Monday. The DOH is aware that records provided by First Commercial Kitchen LLC may include inaccurate and outdated information due to the company's questionable record keeping practices.

The revised list of recalled products as of January 31, 2011 is as follows: Arturo's: Hot Sauces: Molokai, Habernero Vinaigrette, Pineapple Salsa, Green Flash, Hot Hawaiian Savory Sauce, Hawaiian Passion Ginger Fire Sauce, Phitias Hot Sauce, Polli's Hot Sauce, Pineapple Pepper Salsa Refrigerated Salsas: Maui Onion Sauce, Red, Red Hot, Red Very Very Hot Shelf Stable Salsas: Red Mild, Red Hot, Red Very Very Hot Barb's Favorite Recipes, Barb's Local Style Black Bean


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BLUE STAR CARD HOLDERS Super Saturday Childcare February 12 – Petersen CDC & Schofield School Age Center Super Saturday will be held on February 12, from 9 am – 2 pm at Petersen CDC and Schofield Barracks School Age Center. Lunch will be served. To participate in Super Saturday Childcare, patrons must be Blue Star Card holders. Reservations may be made as early as 30 days prior to the event. For more information on Super Saturday or to make a reservation, call the Schofield Barracks CYS Services Registration Office at 655-5314 or the AMR Registration Office at 833-5393. -------------------------------------------------Rock'N Wellness February 12 - Sills Field, Schofield Barracks Come check out the Rock'N Wellness Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Expo on February 12 from 3-7 pm on Sills Field. You will receive valuable information regarding fitness and can participate in fitness activities. There will also be great prizes given away! Afterwards, stick around for the Lt. Dan Band concert! For more information visit www.mwrarmyhawaii.com or call 6551670. -------------------------------------------------Lt. Dan Band Concert February 12 - Sills Field, Schofield Barracks Rock out February 12, on Sills Field to the Lt. Dan Band brought to you by the USO & Family and MWR! Concert starts at 7:00 pm. Blue Star Card holders will receive wristbands for the Blue Star Card reserved seating area for the concert. You must pick up your wristbands by presenting your valid Blue Star Card the day of the event at the Blue Star Card table which will be located in the Family and MWR tent. By registering for the concert, you will automatically be entered for a chance to meet the band! You must register online at www.bluestarcardhawaii.com to reserve your wristbands. Deadline to register is February 9. -----------------------------------------Theatre Night: SHOWSTOPPERS February 25 – Richardson Theatre, Fort Shafter Join your Blue Star Card friends for the Opening Night performance of Army Community Theatre’s production of SHOWSTOPPERS, on Friday, February 25. SHOWSTOPPERS is a revue of Broadway showstoppers past, present and future. The cast will be made up of a

mixture of solo, ensemble vocal, and ensemble dance numbers ranging in style from SHOWBOAT to SPIDERMAN, from WEST SIDE STORY to WICKED, from shows that have been running for years, to shows waiting to open on Broadway. Curtain call is at 7:30 pm. Enjoy free pupus prior to the show and transportation from Schofield. Limited childcare will also be provided. Please call 655-0112 or email Amanda.P.Montgomery@us.army. mil by February 16. --------------------------------------Spring Break Splash for TEENS! March 18 - Wet'N'Wild Water Park Blue Star Card Teens (ages 11-18), join us for the Blue Star Card, Spring Break Splash at Wet'n'Wild Water Park on Friday, March 18 from 10:00 am - 3:30 pm! Transportation, entrance to the park and lunch will be provided. Transportation will be leaving from the Schofield Barracks Bowling Center parking lot at 10:00 am and the AMR Community Center at 9:45 am. We will leave from Wet’n’Wild at 3:30 pm to return to Schofield and AMR. Spaces are limited. For more information or to register your teen for this event, please contact Sarah.Chadwick@us.army.mil or call 655-0002. The deadline to register is February 18. ---------------------------------------------2011 Biggest Loser Contest Ate Too Many Holiday Treats? Make a New Year's Resolution to become a healthier you and enter the Biggest Loser Contest! Registration fee is just $10 for Blue Star Cardholders; all others $15. Enter anytime after January 3 at the Fort Shafter Physical Fitness Center or Schofield Barracks Health and Fitness Center. Winners will be selected based on the percentage of body fat lost throughout the contest period (January 3 - April 1). Have questions? Please call the Fort Shafter PFC at 438-1152 or the Schofield Barracks Health and Fitness Center at 655-8007. ----------------------------------------------Blue Star Card SUPERSTAR Punch Card The SUPERSTAR

punch card is a recent Blue Star Card initiative. If you attend Blue Star Card events, you will receive a Blue Star Card SUPERSTAR punch card. After attending 10 Blue Star Card events and filling up your punch card, you will receive a FREE Blue Star Card t-shirt! ----------------------------------------------Blue Star Card Event No-Show Policy Starting February 1, 2011 the Blue Star Card program will implement an event no -show policy. If you register for a Blue Star Card event and cannot attend the event, you must cancel your reservation by 12:00 pm (noon) the day before the event. If you fail to cancel your reservation and do not attend, you will be considered a no-show, which will result in you automatically being wait-listed for the next month’s events. It is our goal to include as many Blue Star Card holders as possible in our events, by implementing this policy; we hope to achieve this goal. -------------------------------------------------------

For more information on the Blue Star Card Program, please visit www.bluestarcardhawaii.com Find us and friend us on facebook! Become a fan of FMWR Hawaii and a friend of the Blue Star Card Program to stay current on upcoming activities, view event photos, and read comments from your Blue Star Card friends! Search Bluestarcard Hawaii.


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INFORMATION WORTH READING! Free Admissions to select National Parks : Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar has announced that National Park Service officials will waive admission fees on 17 selected dates through 2011 to encourage all Americans to visit a national park this year. With 394 national parks throughout the country, most Americans live with a few hours of a park, making them places for easy and affordable vacations any time of the year. Many national park concessions also will offer discounts on fee-free days, saving visitors money on food, lodging, tours and souvenirs. For more information, visit the National Park Service website: http://www.nps.gov/findapark/ feefreeparks.htm Following are the fee-free days in 2011: -April 16-24 (National Park Week) -June 21 (First day of summer) September 24 (Public Lands Day) -November 111-13 (Veterans Day weekend) (Source: Military.com Veterans Report 17 January 2011) _____________________________ THE FOCUS PROGRAM RESILIENCY TRAINING FOR MILITARY FAMILIES: FOCUS Announces Services for Army and Air Force Families. During individual family sessions, your family will learn skills to: improve communication; problem solve around family challenges; identify strategies for dealing with deployment reminders; increase family closeness and enhance mutual support. Training services are free of charge to all military families and confidential sessions are available during family friendly hours. To set an appointment or for more information, please call: (808)-257-7774 or Hawaii@focusproject.org. _____________________________ Right Arm Night: Friday, February 4th Starting at 4:30 pm Hale Ikena, Ft. Shafter Enjoy live music, great food buffet, games, prizes and a little

"friendly" competition. Tickets are $5 in advance, $8 at the door. For more information, please call 438-1974 _________________________ Memory Foam Mattress Toppers Free APO / FPO Shipping: Free APO/FPO shipping on all Memory Foam Mattress Toppers. Now you can send an American Made Memory Foam Mattress Topper to a loved one overseas. All Memory Foam Mattress supports our troops. If you purchase a Memory Foam Mattress Topper or Memory Foam Pillows and are shipping them to a APO address, All Memory Foam Mattress will give you an additional 10% off your purchase. At the bottom of the checkout page type in wesupport. This discount is only for shipping to APO addresses. For more information check out http://www.allmemoryfoam.com/ frapofposhon.html _________________________ Canvas on Demand wants to honor our troops who are deployed overseas… and their spouses who are holding down the home front. Operation Hi Honey will award hundreds of our deployed men and women a free fine art canvas, printed from a favorite photo, which will be presented to their Honey on their anniversary. It’s a way for soldiers to say I love you… and it’s a way for Canvas on Demand to say to our troops, Thanks for a job well-done! For more information check out http://canvasondemand.com/ hihoney _________________________ Have you checked out the USO Treehouse yet? The USO Treehouse is for kids like you who have a loved one serving our country. It could be

a parent, brother, sister, cousin, other family member, neighbor or friend. If you are missing someone, this is the place for you! We know that having a loved one so far away can be really hard. Kids tell us their feelings range from pride to sadness and anger, with lots of mixed up feelings in between. Sometimes it helps to just take some time out to have some fun. We’ve got cool games and activities for you to explore, including coloring sheets you can print out and send to your loved one. We also have some info on what it’s like in some of the countries where troops are serving. And you can look for new activities coming soon! Visit http://www.uso.org/usotreehouse.aspx to see what the USO treehouse can offer your kids! _____________________________ Send a Free Photo Book to Anyone Stationed Abroad through the partnership of USO and Rocketlife: The USO is proud to partner with RocketLife and present this heart-warming opportunity for America's Service Personnel abroad and their families. Soldiers and their families can create amazing 20 page Personal Photo Books and send them back and forth overseas FREE, courtesy of the USO and RocketLife. http:// myphotosmyfamily.myphotoproducts.com/ myphotosmyfamily ____________________________ Auto Auction: Whether you're in search of a sports car, sedans or -just an old "island car" to get you from point A to B, you don't have to spend a lot of cash to get it. The Auto Skills Center on KBay , located in Bldg. 3097, hosts an auto auction where wheels get new owners for as little as $100. Call 808-254-7674 or visit http://www.mccshawaii.com/ autocare.shtml#auction for more information. The current auction will run from Feb 1 -10.


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I Need Assistance With…

Updated: 31 Jan 2011

FS = Ft. Shafter AMR = Aliamanu Military Reservation HMR = Helemano Military Reservation

Army Army Community Community Service Service Schofield Barracks Schofield 655-4227 Barracks / Toll 655-4227 Free 1-877-406-2148 / Toll Free 1-877-406-2148 / Fort Shafter/ 438-9285 Soldier Soldier && Family Family Assistance Assistance Center Center655-7171 655-7171

MWR Website www.mwrarmyhawaii.com

SB = Schofield Barracks

25th ID Website www.25idl.army.mil

Military & Family Life Consultants 222-7088 Store Front HMR 366-7482 / AMR 366-9121 / TAMC 222-1089 Child Specialist SB 351-4571/221-3910/228-9160 / FS 220-7323 / AMR 366-4694

TAMC = Tripler Army Medical Center WAAF = Wheeler Army Air Field

Military OneSource 1-800-342-9647 www.militaryonesource.com

USARPAC Soldier & Family Well-Being Program www.usarpac.army.mil/soldierfamilywellbeing/reintegration/ reintegration.htm

EMERGENCY

Parenting / Child Care

Health Care

Financial

Housing / Relocation

Directory Assistance 449-7110 Military Operator 449-1110

ACS New Parent Support Program ACS Parenting Skills Classes Family Advocacy Prevention Ed 655-4227

Tripler Army Medical Ctr. Information Center 433-6661 / 6662 / 6663

Army Emergency Relief (AER) SB 655-4227 FS 438-9285

U.S. Army Health Clinic, Schofield Barracks

Army Hawaii Family Regional Housing North 275-3700 (SB, HMR) South 275-3800 (FS, AMR, TAMC)

Tripler Army Medical Center ER 433-6629 Emergency 911

Child, Youth & School Services

Non-duty Hrs AER Emergency: American Red Cross 1-877-272-7337

Military Police SB 655-5555 FS 438-7114 Emergency 655-0911, 438-0911 Fire Department, Federal 471-7117 Emergency 911 American Red Cross SB 655-4927 TAMC 433-6631 24 Hrs 1-877-272-7337 AER non-duty hrs Suicide & Crisis Hotline (808) 832-3100 HI State Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) VA 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) National Victim Advocacy Program 624-SAFE (7233) Legal Assistance Office on Post Power of Attorney, Wills SB 655-8607 / 08 FS 438-6725

Tax Assistance Office SB 655-1040 FS 438-6725 Legal Aid Society

CYS Parent Central Services SB 655-5314/8380 AMR 833-5393 Kids on Site 655-8628 Child Development Centers SB 655-7106 HMR 653-0724 SB Peterson 655-5293 FS 438-1151 AMR 833-5102 Family Child Care SB 655-8373 AMR 837-0236 School-Age Youth Centers SB 655-6467 HMR 653-0717 FS 438-1487 AMR 833-4932 Middle School/Teen Centers SB 655-0451 AMR 833-0920 CYS School Support Programs 655-9818 Exceptional Family Member Prog SB 655-777 FS 438-1961 Child & Adolescent Assistance Ctr. SB 433-2778 ext 363 TAMC 433- 6418 Child Psychiatry TAMC 433-1323 Child Psychology Basic Needs

Affordable Lawyers 536-4302

DEERS ID Cards and AG ID Cards SB 655-4104 FS 438-1757

Installation Access Pass

Passport / Citizenship 655-7182 www.travel.state.gov

Installation Access Pass Office SB 655-1620

WIC Wahiawa Office 622-6458 Honolulu Office 586-4761

Dial 433-2778 plus the extension number for the clinic you want to reach or listen to the menu for the extension number you need: Primary Care Family Practice Appt ext 12 Family Practice Patient Assistance ext 3111 Family Practice Allergy/Immunization ext 3113 Pediatrics Appt ext 312 Pediatrics Patient Assistance ext 312 OB/GYN Appt ext 34 Troop Medical Clinic ext 322 Troop Medical Clinic Annex ext 321 Aviation Medicine Clinic Appt ext 323 Deployment Health Clinic Appt ext 325 Warrior in Transition Clinic Appt ext 331 Specialty Clinics Acute Care Clinic SB, 433-8850, 6a.m.-9p.m. Army Substance Abuse Program 433-8700 Audiology/Hearing Conservation ext 381 Occupational Health ext 383 Occupational Therapy ext 351 Orthopedics/Podiatry/Cast Clinic ext 351 Optometry ext 3821 Physical Exam ext 326 Physical Therapy – (Main: ext 3521, Warrior in Transition PT: ext 333) Public Health Nurse/Community Health Nursing ext 384 Other Services Pharmacy (Call-in-Refill ext 301, Dispensing Window ext 302, Clinical Pharmacist in Family Practice 433- 8160) Laboratory 433-8303 Radiology 433-8355 Customer Relations (SB 433-2778 ext 391, TAMC 433-6336) TRICARE Customer Service 1-888-874-9378 TRIWEST Health Benefits Advisor: SB 433-2778 ext 392 TAMC 433-3422

Financial Questions ACS 655-4227 / 1714

Joint Personal Property Shipping Office (JPPSO) Household Goods Inbound 473-7750 Outbound 655-1868 or 655-8963 ACS Lending Closet SB 655-4227 FS 438-9285

125th Financial Management Co. Customer Service 655-1244 Finance Office Defense Military Pay Office FS 438-1875

Schools HI State Dept of ED. Central Oahu District 627-7478

USAG-HI School Liaison Office 655-9818 / 8326

Pets Marital / Family / Individual Veterinary Needs SB 433-8532 FS 433-2271 Off Post 24 Hr 671-1751 / 484-9070 MWR Pet Kennel 368-3456 Abuse/Neglect

Family Advocacy SB (ACS) 655-4779 SB (Clinic) 433-8579 TAMC 433-6606 Child Abuse Reporting Line Child Protective Service (CPS) 832-5300 Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence 24/7 Response 624-7233 (SAFE)

Soldier Assistance Ctr. & Child & Family Assistance Ctr. Soldier Assistance Center (SAC) 433-8600 ext 361, Bldg 687, SB Adult Family Member Assistance Center 433-8130 ext 362, Bldg 681, SB Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic 433-8130 ext 362, Bldg 681, SB Child & Adolescent Assistance Center 433-8140 ext 363, Bldg 681, SB Concussion Clinic (TBI) 433-2778 ext 37 Family Life Chaplain North Community 656-4481 South Community 833-2904 Garrison Chaplain 655-9355 SB Main Post Chapel 655-9307 After Duty Hours Chaplain Reached through IOC: 656-3272 Army Substance Abuse Program Prevention Coordinator 655-4655 Installation Biochemical Testing Coordinator 655-0648 Risk Reduction Coordinator 655-0996 Employee Assistance Program (EAP) EAP Coordinator 655-6046 EAP Specialist 655-6047 Families Overcoming Under Stress (FOCUS) 257-7774


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