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Community Calendar
September 2014

Date Time/Location Description
Thu
04 Sep
Time:
1000-1100
or
1200-1300

Fort Detrick
Community Support Center, Bldg. 1520, CR 5

Flier

ASAP Training:
Prescription Medication Abuse

This course satisfies one hour of Drug and Alcohol Prevention (DAPE) credit.

In accordance with AR 350-1 and AR 600-85, Military are required 4 DAPE hours and Civilians are required 2 DAPE hours annually.

OC: ASAP Prevention Education, 301-619-9722.

Fri
05 Sep
Time: 1300-1430

Fort Detrick
Community Support Center, Bldg. 1520, CR 5

Flier

ACE Civilian Suicide Prevention Training


* This course satisfies the yearly suicide prevention training required by AR 600-63.

For those who believe attending suicide prevention training will be offensive or emotionally stressful for them, they are encouraged to contact their supervisor to discuss an alternative to the training (AR 600-63, pg. 16, paragraph b) and contact 301-619-9703 with any questions.

Tue
09 Sep
Time: 0900

Fort Detrick
US Courtroom
Office of the Staff Judge Advocate
521 Fraim Street
Fort Detrick, MD 21702-9223

US District Court Proceedings

OSJA Phone No.: 301-619-2065
US Courts Phone No.: 1-800-827-2982

  Time: 0900-1030

Fort Detrick
Community Support Center, Bldg. 1520, CR 5

Flier

ACE Civilian Suicide Prevention Training


* This course satisfies the yearly suicide prevention training required by AR 600-63.

For those who believe attending suicide prevention training will be offensive or emotionally stressful for them, they are encouraged to contact their supervisor to discuss an alternative to the training (AR 600-63, pg. 16, paragraph b) and contact 301-619-9703 with any questions.

  Time:
1000-1100
or
1200-1300

Fort Detrick
Community Support Center, Bldg. 1520, CR 5

Flier

ASAP Training:
Prescription Medication Abuse

This course satisfies one hour of Drug and Alcohol Prevention (DAPE) credit.

In accordance with AR 350-1 and AR 600-85, Military are required 4 DAPE hours and Civilians are required 2 DAPE hours annually.

OC: ASAP Prevention Education, 301-619-9722.

Fri
12 Sep
Fort Detrick

Flier

Wear Yellow Day

Join our pledge to build resilience by supporting for Suicide Prevention and Awareness.

- Enhancing Resiliency
- Strengthening Our Professionals

Pick up your free YELLOW t-shirt at the following locations:

08 September 2014
0800-1000 Barquist Health Clinic
1100-1300 Community Support Center Lobby, Bldg. 1520

10 September 2014
0900-1400 WRAIR (Forest Glen)

Mon
15 Sep
Time:
1000-1100
or
1200-1300

Fort Detrick
Community Support Center, Bldg. 1520, CR 5

Flier

ASAP Training:
Prescription Medication Abuse

This course satisfies one hour of Drug and Alcohol Prevention (DAPE) credit.

In accordance with AR 350-1 and AR 600-85, Military are required 4 DAPE hours and Civilians are required 2 DAPE hours annually.

OC: ASAP Prevention Education, 301-619-9722.

Wed
17 Sep
Time: 0600-0800

Fort Detrick
Community Activities Center
Bldg. 1529

Flier

CWC Breakfast Buffet

Limited Seating. Ticket Deadline Tuesday, 03 Sep 14. No tickets sold after deadline or at the door, NO CARRYOUTS. See Your CWC member to get tickets.

Mon
22 Sep
Time: 0800-1700

Fort Detrick
Community Support Center
Bldg. 1520

Transition Assistance Program (TAP) Class

This 5 day course educates individuals transitioning from the military on their benefits and entitlements upon separation or retirement and covers all mandatory requirements. Includes a resume and job search workshop. Spouses are encouraged to attend.

The course is held in Bldg 1520 from 0800-1700. Dress is Business Casual. Questions, call 301-619-2174.

Thu
25 Sep
Time: 1300-1430

Fort Detrick
Community Support Center, Bldg. 1520, CR 5

Flier

ACE Civilian Suicide Prevention Training


* This course satisfies the yearly suicide prevention training required by AR 600-63.

For those who believe attending suicide prevention training will be offensive or emotionally stressful for them, they are encouraged to contact their supervisor to discuss an alternative to the training (AR 600-63, pg. 16, paragraph b) and contact 301-619-9703 with any questions.

Fri
26 Sep
Time: 0900-1500

Fort Detrick
Post Chapel
Bldg. 1776

Flier

Relationship Enhancement with Dr. Pat Love

Deeper Understanding Creates Relationship Happiness: Five Secrets to Make any Relationship Better! This is a day that can change the way you understand yourself, your partner and most of all your relationships. Five key concepts will be explored with fun, facts and findings from research. A powerful day! For more information contact: 301-619-7171.

  Time:
1000-1100
or
1200-1300

Fort Detrick
Community Support Center, Bldg. 1520, CR 5

Flier

ASAP Training:
Prescription Medication Abuse

This course satisfies one hour of Drug and Alcohol Prevention (DAPE) credit.

In accordance with AR 350-1 and AR 600-85, Military are required 4 DAPE hours and Civilians are required 2 DAPE hours annually.

OC: ASAP Prevention Education, 301-619-9722.

F&MWR Calendar


Army Family Action Plan Conference

Army Family Action Plan Conference

Make A Difference - Get Involved!!

We are looking for delegate and work team members who would like to assist in the 2014 Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) Conference. No experience is necessary, just a strong commitment to the AFAP process. Reserve your spot now to be a part of this year's AFAP Conference.

Conference Dates: 03-06 Nov 14

AFAP Issue Status UppateAFAP Issue Status Uppate

We are also collecting issues for the 2014 AFAP Conference. To submit your issue, you may go to www.myarmyonesource.com. Under the Family Programs and Services tab, choose Army Family Action Plan Issue Management System. From there, just follow the instructions and submit your issue online. You may also submit your issue to the AFAP Program Manager in the Army Community Service (ACS) Offices in Bldg. 1520.

To submit an issue or to volunteer for the conference visit / call: Community Support Center, 1520 Freedman Drive, ACS, Room 119; Phone: (301) 619-3171, or email: usarmy.detrick.imcom-fmwrc.mbx.outreach.mil No issues accepted during the conference. The deadline to submit issues is 14 October 2014.

For more information call, 301-619-3171

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