Soldier and Family Assistance Center
- Services, Programs & Resources
SFAC uses a "one-stop shop" approach to assure that services and programs are conveniently co-located in a single facility for more efficient access by Soldiers in Transition (STs), their Families and support personnel. Following are services, programs and resources available through the SFAC:
- AER (Army Emergency Relief)
- AW2 (Army Wounded Warrior Program)
- CAC (Common Access Card)
- Caregiver PEER Forums
- Caregiver Support, Training and Education
- Career Counseling
- COAD/COAR (Continuing on Active Duty/Continuing on Active Reserve) Liaison
- Consumer Affairs
- CRSC (Combat related Service Compensation) Assistance
- CTP (Comprehensive Transition Plan) Assistance
- CYSS with On-site Child Care
- DEERS (Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System) Support
- DFAS (Defense Finance Accounting Services)
- E2I (Education, Employment & Internship) Assistance
- Education Counselor
- EFMP (Exceptional Family Member Program) Navigator
- Family Member ID Cards
- Financial Advisor
- Human Resources/Military Personnel
- Information & Referral
- JAG (Judge Advocate Group) Support
- Job and Career Networking and Placement
- Kentucky Innovation Network
- MFLC (Military Family Life Consultant)
- NCOIC (Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge)
- Nourishment Center
- Outreach Program
- OWF (Operation Warfighter)(Education, Employment & Internship) Assistance
- Public Computer Access
- REBOOT- Combat Trauma Recovery Program
- Respite Care
- Resume Development
- Retiree ID Cards
- Social Security Administration
- Social Services Coordination and Support
- Soldier for Life - Transition Assistance Program
- Spiritual Formation, Development and Guidance
- TSGLI (Traumatic Services Group Life Insurance) Assistance
- Tranquility Room (The Centre)
- Volunteer Program
- Facility Resources
- Computer Lab/Office Center (Copier, Digital Sender, FAX, Phones, etc)
- The Centre (Quiet space for reflection, small group meetings, etc)
- Nourishment Center: Vending Machines with food, drinks and snacks, free water in refrigerator, coffee, pop-corn machine, etc)
- CYS On-site Child Care with adjoining playground available Monday thru Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for WTU Soldiers' Families on a walk-in basis; available for hourly care from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by reservation by all other CYS registered Families.
- Public Access Computer Room
- Game Room (Wii System, board games)
- Multi-purpose Room (for classes, after hour FIRST/FRG meetings, etc.)
- Entertainment Area (TV)
- Lobby Area (Relax, watch TV, play table games, chat/dialogue, etc)
- Connected Outdoor Shelter Area (located on back-side of building is also the dedicated smoking area)
- Facility available after duty hours for WTB events, activities, meetings, etc.
- Mission and Goals
- To enrich, equip and empower Soldiers in Transition and their Families for a bright future.
- Provide compassionate support in a comfortable and inviting setting.
- Provide tailored integrated transitional services designed to promote self-reliance, wellness, and healing.
- Provide tailored and integrated transitional services to support Comprehensive Transition Plan and Family Support Plan goals, to ensure transitional success back to military duty or to a productive Civilian life as a Veteran.
- Serve as “community center/hub” and outreach portal for informational, recreational, social, event programs and activities to connect our caring community and nation.
- Educational Website
AgriLife eXtension Services is an interactive learning environment offering resources and monthly online training opportunities that are available for Family Members and Caregivers of wounded Soldiers. AgriLife eXtension Services partnered with the Army to provide these resources for the Soldier and Family Assistance Centers.
Visit the eXtension Military Family Caregiving website.
- How to Contribute to the Soldier Family Assistance Center
This Website is not intended to solicit contributions but to provide the public with information on methods by which citizens, organizations, and corporations can contribute cash or goods and services to benefit Soldiers and their Families.
If you would like to contribute to the Fort Campbell Soldier and Family Assistance Center click the link below, choose "Fort Campbell" under Installation, and under category select "Soldier and Family Assistance Center."
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Hours of Operation
|Monday||7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
|Tuesday||7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
|Wednesday||7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
|Thursday||7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
|Friday||7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
Fort Campbell Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) provides tailored integrated support services and programs dedicated to serving Soldiers in Transition (wounded, injured, seriously ill and terminally ill Soldiers) and their Family members and Caregivers. The SFAC is a one-stop location to equip and aid Soldiers in making life changing decisions as they recover and transition back to duty or to Civilian life.