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Adult Behavioral Health counseling
Adult Behavioral Health provides behavioral health services to active-duty Soldiers based on unit assignements. Family Members and Retirees are accepted by Marriage and Family thereapists on a space available basis. Assistance is available for crisis intervention, anger control, stress management, anxiety and depression.
Adventure Programs
The Adventure programs offer a wide variety of activities. To include the Challenge Course, Archery, Skeet and Privately Owned Firearms Ranges and Paintball.
Allergies and Asthma care - Allergy and Asthma Clinic:
The Allergy Clinic provides expert subspecialty care in evaluation and management of various allergy, asthma, and pulmonary care conditions.
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
The Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is an annual drinking water quality report prepared by an organization that provides drinking water through a community water system. The US EPA requires that water purveyors for community water systems provide a CCR to their customers by July 1st every year. Information contained in the CCR includes the source of drinking water, applicable water quality requirements, and water system monitoring results for the previous year.
Armed Services YMCA Ballroom
The Armed Services YMCA's Ballroom portion of the Backdoor Boutique has a large selection of evening gowns, shoes, handbags, and jewelry available to rent. Rental fees are $25.00. The dresses are donated from the community and bridal boutiques.
Army Barracks Management Program
Single Soldier Housing is managed and controlled by the respective Brigade/Battalion/Company sized units. It is managed under Army Barracks Management guidelines and AR 420-1. Single Soldiers E1 to E5 without dependents are required/authorized to reside in the single Soldier barracks on Fort Campbell. Soldiers married to other service members must check in with the main Single Soldier Housing Office prior to seeking off post housing. All barracks on Fort Campbell, KY are 1+1 or equivalent. This means individual rooms and common area for the majority of the barracks on post, with 2 barracks BLDGs having 2 person rooms with shared bath and individual closets. All barracks rooms are furnished. Soldiers geographically separated from their Families are not authorized to live in single Soldier barracks unless granted an Exception to Policy by the Garrison Commander. Single Soldiers E-6 and above without dependents are authorized to reside off post.
Army Community Service Outreach
The ACS Outreach Program is designed to link Soldiers and Family Members to Family Support Programs on and off post. Outreach aims to reach out to those who have the greatest level of need, but are least likely to seek out and take advantage of services until they’ve reached a state of crisis. An emphasis is placed on programs that promote resilience, self-reliance and stability; such programs include, but are not limited to, life skills training, newcomer adaptation services, personal relationship skills education, community development and support networks, and crisis intervention and referral services. ACS Outreach conducts an annual needs assessment to determine what programs are needed to support Soldiers and Families. Be on the lookout, your input is greatly required. ACS Outreach participates in community events and celebrations on and off post to provide information about resources, services and Military OneSource. Additionally, information about services and resources are also provided in the ACS Connection Newsletter (.pdf), and various briefings and trainings. If you cannot come to us…we will come to you. For more information or to schedule a briefing, contact the Outreach Program Coordinators at +1 (270)798-2062.
Army Pregnancy Postpartum Physical Training (P3T) Education
Pregnancy and Postpartum Physical Training (P3T) education provides training for enhanced knowledge, skills, and resources to assist Soldiers during pregnancy and postpartum, and prepare Soldiers for delivery, recovery, and parenting.
Army Pregnancy Postpartum Physical Training (P3T) Exercise Sessions
Pregnancy and Postpartum Physical Training (P3T) exercise sessions assist Soldiers in maintaining optimal fitness during pregnancy and improving readiness postpartum, to return a fit Soldier back to unit PRT after maternity leave and the postpartum period.
Army Traffic Safety Program (Motorcycle Training)
The Army Traffic Safety Training Program provides safety instruction for operation of privately owned motorcycles. Motorcycle classes include the Basic Rider Course , Experienced Rider Course and Military Sport Bike Rider Course. Remedial Drivers Training and Intermediate Drivers Training are also available. Soldiers can register for courses through their Unit Training Officers/Noncommissioned Officer school managers and the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS).
Army Wounded Warrior Program
The Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) is the official U.S. Army program that assists and advocates for severely wounded, ill, and injured Soldiers, Veterans, and their Families, wherever they are located, regardless of military status. Warriors in Transition who qualify for the Army Wounded Warrior Program are assigned to the program as soon as possible after arriving at the Warrior Transition Unit. The Army Wounded Warrior Program supports these Soldiers and their Families throughout their recovery and transition, even into Veteran status. This program, through the local support of Army Wounded Warrior Advocates, strives to foster warrior transition independence.
Arts and Crafts
Guennette Arts and Craft Center provide a full range of creative options for all levels of artists and craftsmen in the Fort Campbell community. Our numerous workshops, classes, and services are geared to meet all of your creative needs. We have a top-notch facility stocked with all sorts of "do-it-yourself" work areas and equipment, as well as a custom frame shop. Creative activities include ceramics/pottery, woodworking, and matting and framing. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always here to assist you. Come down to Guenette Arts & Crafts Center and see what we have to offer!
Backdoor Boutique
The Armed Services YMCA's Backdoor Boutique offers free items for military families E5 and below. All items are donated by the community and area businesses. Items include: Clothing/Shoes/Uniforms, Household items, linens, books, toys, and baby items. Membership fees may apply.
Bill payment assistance and Food Pantry - KY
The Crisis Relief Center serving all of Christian County. Services include; Rental/Mortgage Payment Assistance, Electric/Gas/Water Payment Assistance, Medication Assistance, Food Pantry, "Jobs for Life" classes and quarterly Budget Counseling classes.
Bowling
Welcome to Hooper Bowling Center where Family fun is #1 on the list. We have a fully modern 32 Lane Brunswick Facility with new GSX Pinsetters and Vector Scoring, which is displayed on our 32” Flat Screen Monitors. We also have a new underground track as well as new ball returns and one of the best maintained lane conditions in the US Army.
Brace Shop
Brace shop services include: upper extremity bracing, lower extremity bracing, spinal bracing, foot orthoses, compression garment, and custom fabrication, fitting, repair and adjustment of orthopedic appliance and orthotics.
Campgrounds/Cabins and Pavilions
ODR RV Parks, Cabins and Pavilions includes various areas of interest. We provide several pavilions for your group parties and outdoor get-togethers. Also, we are able to accommodate a variety of RVs and campers. ODR Parks, Cabins and Pavilions are located outside the gates, so anyone can come out and enjoy our facilities. There are two Campgrounds on Fort Campbell, Eagle Rest RV Park and Fletcher Fork RV Park. Both offer 110 20 amp and 220 50 amp electrical hook-ups. Each site has water, sewer access, and electrical service (20 and 50 amp, 30 amp service will require a converter). Concrete slabs with picnic tables are located at each site. There is a restroom/shower facility and on-site laundry facility available for patron use. Fletcher Fork also features Cabins and Cottages available for rent.
Car care
Firestone car care provides tire and vehicle services, repair and auto supplies.
Car repair and parts
Air Assault Auto Repair Center and Parts provides car repair and a parts store. Wrecker/Lock out service available. Towing during and after-hours available.
Centerstone Alcohol and drug abuse treatment
Centerstone offers a twelve week course that meets once a week to discuss alcohol and drug treatments. Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment is for individuals who have both a substance use disorder and a mental illness. This program provides therapy, intensive outpatient counseling, case management and psychiatric services for both disorders, rapid HIV testing for individuals and their partners, limited assistance with transportation to treatment and referral to primary care when needed. Individuals with co-occurring disorders have a better chance of recovery from both disorders when they receive services that combine mental health and substance abuse treatment. Intervention Services for Addiction Disorders: Working with family, friends or employers, an Interventionist uses a team approach to confront an individual with pertinent facts regarding the impact of their addiction. Through an intervention, the individual is encouraged to seek treatment. If they agree to treatment, the Intervent
Challenge Course and Indoor Climbing Wall
The Challenge Course Complex is a high flying adventure course complete with a 50ft vertical climbing wall, rope courses, and more. The complex consists of many elements and is an adrenaline pumping course that is great exercise in team building, self-awareness, and self-confidence. Call to reserve the course for your group.
Chaplain's Emergency Crisis Hotline
Emergency support care line is a 24 hour hotline providing behavioral health support, suicidal ideation or attempt interventions, and emergency support.
Child and Family Behavioral Health counseling
The Child and Family Behavioral Health System offers a Family-based approach to behavioral health care. The Child and Family Behavioral Healthy System provides screening, early intervention, evaluation, and treatment for emotional and behavioral concerns of dependent Family members. Services offered include individual, Family therapy, parent education, school consultation psychological testing, and medication management for Family members from ages 18 and below. Referrals are required. Additionally, the Child and Family Behavioral Health System provides in-school services on post through School Behavioral Health as well as marital and Family therapy through our Marriage and Family Therapists.
Child and Youth Services
Child and Youth Services offers assistance to Families in locating childcare for their specific needs for both traditional and non-traditional childcare and maintains several facilities on the installation for childcare purposes. Registration and enrollment of children in all Child and Youth Services programs are done at the Parent Central Services office.
Childcare for events
On-site hourly daycare for groups within the same building where parents are attending a function or immediate adjacent to the parents function. Registration with Child, Youth, and School Services is required for services. Coordination for childcare must be made at least two weeks in advance prior to the event. One week’s notice required to submit the list of children’s names for care to ensure active registration. To get your building approved for an evening child care site call 270-798-4643 and we will work with you, Fire, Health and Safety to get this accomplished. All children attending Kids on Site need to be registered through Parent Central Services. Currently there are no fees charged to parents for childcare while attending Family Readiness Group meetings. For further information on events that require payment please call 270-798-4643.
Christian County Health Department
Christian County Health Department
Cole Park Golf Course
Welcome to Cole Park Golf Club at Fort Campbell, KY. Cole Park is one of the finest golfing facilities in the Army. Our goal is to provide golfers in our Army community with everything they desire in a top-notch golf facility. From the dramatic course and friendly staff to our practice facilities - we are here to provide you with a terrific golfing experience. Cole Park Golf Club offers an assortment of attractions for Soldiers, Retirees, Veterans and the Fort Campbell community. Our 18-hole championship golf course has a variety of different terrains which challenge all levels of golfers from beginners to advanced. Our experienced staff welcomes the Fort Campbell community to come out and share in the fun of the game.
Community Shelters
Salvation Army Group homes, emergency shelters, and transitional living centers provide housing, food and overnight lodging for varying amounts of time to those in need. In addition, they provide educational, counseling and vocational services to homeless, destitute individuals and families, and youth where family care is undesirable or unavailable. For those families with temporal needs, family service programs help families and needy individuals with emergency food, housing, and utility assistance.
Concert and event information
Fort Campbell MWR plays host to several events throughout the year, such as the Independence Day Celebration; Concerts; and a host of various activities all year long.
Dentist - Byrd/Adkins Dental Clinic
Dental issues include, tooth decay, Gum Disease, Root Canal, Mouth injuries, Wisdom Teeth, and teeth cleanings. Soldiers and Family members are encouraged to sign-up for the TriCare Active Duty Family Member Dental Plan which is a voluntary dental plan available to members of all active duty and active guard/reserve personnel. TriCare Enrollment 855--638-8371.
Dentist - Epperly Dental Clinic
Dental issues include, tooth decay, Gum Disease, Root Canal, Mouth injuries, Wisdom Teeth, and teeth cleanings. Soldiers and Family members are encouraged to sign-up for the TriCare Active Duty Family Member Dental Plan which is a voluntary dental plan available to members of all active duty and active guard/reserve personnel. TriCare Enrollment 855--638-8371.
Dentist - In and Out Processing Center Dental Clinic
Soldiers in or out processing from Fort Campbell needing to meet Dental service requirements per regulations. Dental issues may include, tooth decay, Gum Disease, Root Canal, Mouth injuries, Wisdom Teeth, and teeth cleanings. Soldiers and Family members are encouraged to sign-up for the TriCare Active Duty Family Member Dental Plan which is a voluntary dental plan available to members of all active duty and active guard/reserve personnel. TriCare Enrollment 855-638-8371.
Dentist - LaPointe Dental Clinic
Dental issues include, tooth decay, Gum Disease, Root Canal, Mouth injuries, Wisdom Teeth, and teeth cleanings. Soldiers and Family members are encouraged to sign-up for the TriCare Active Duty Family Member Dental Plan which is a voluntary dental plan available to members of all active duty and active guard/reserve personnel. TriCare Enrollment 855-638-8371.
Dentist - Taylor Dental Clinic
Dental issues include, tooth decay, Gum Disease, Root Canal, Mouth injuries, Wisdom Teeth, and teeth cleanings. Soldiers and Family members are encouraged to sign-up for the TriCare Active Duty Family Member Dental Plan which is a voluntary dental plan available to members of all active duty and active guard/reserve personnel. TriCare Enrollment 855-638-8371.
Deployment information call line for Families
The Family Assistance Call Line provides Family related information to ensure Family members are informed during deployments.
Deputy State Epidemiologist
State Health Department; Deputy State Epidemiologist assists the state epidemiologist in providing scientific and epidemiological expertise. Deputy state epidemiologist, serves as an additional subject matter expert resource for public health and epidemiology.
Dermatology Services
The Dermatology Clinic sees active duty patients who have been referred by their primary care manager for a variety of skin rashes, benign and malignant growths, and disorders of the hair and nails. The Dermatology Clinic may also see Family members and retirees on a space available basis.
Dietitian - Nutrition Clinic
The Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's Nutrition Clinic offers nutrition counseling and classes for weight loss and weight gain, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, sports nutrition, eating disorders, and other nutrition-related illnesses. All soldiers with Diabetes must be seen at the Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Nutrition Clinic.
Disease prevention - Public Health Nursing
Public Health Nursing is a specialty care service that implements the Ten Essential Public Health Services for the Fort Campbell community. Public Health Nursing provides public health services in support of Department of Preventive Medicine’s Epidemiology and Disease Control; Child Youth and Services (CYSS) Health Consultation; and Health Promotion programs. Areas of emphasis include: communicable disease prevention and health education; CYSS inspections, health consultation, and training; and community health promotion.
Dog Kennels
Indoor climate controlled kennels accommodate all size dogs. We can take reservations, but no more than two weeks from the date needed. With the exception of the winter holidays, then reservations may be made up to one month in advance. Reservations are highly recommended, however a reservation cannot be made unless you have forwarded your dog's current immunization records. You must pay for the duration of your dog's stay at the time of the reservation. Our kennel sizes vary from x-small, small, medium, large, x-large and xx-large. Weather and climate permitting dogs are kenneled outside for fresh air and brought indoors to our climate controlled facility in the evening. We require all dog food to be pre-packaged, per meal for each dog for the entirety of their stay. Food needs to be brought in a plastic container with your name and contact information. We do have "doggie cots" available for a cost of $1 per day or $5 per week. There are NO REFUNDS for early pick up or cancellations.
Dog parks
Fort Campbell offers two dog parks. Both offer a space for smaller dogs to play and both are open from dawn to dusk. More and more people are realizing a healthy lifestyle is beneficial for their pets as well as themselves. We applaud owners for wanting a healtheir lifestyle for their pets physicall and emotionally. Dog parks allow owners to exercise, socialize, and strengthen the bond between owner and dog in a controlled environment. However, it is very important for owners to exercise proper dog park etiquette. Following Dog Park rules will help you and your pet have the best experience possible.
Domestic abuse counseling
The Family Advocacy Program is designed to break the cycle of abuse as early as possible and to provide treatment for affected Soldiers and their Families. The Family Advocacy Program provides assessment and counseling services for victims, offenders and Families where child abuse/neglect or adult abuse has occurred. Services are also offered to Families "at risk" for incidents of domestic abuse. Services include: individual, marital, Family and group therapy to address anger control, communication skills, relationship enhancement and parenting skills. The Family Advocacy Program offers domestic abuse, anger management, parenting, and victim's support groups. Treatment services are offered to all eligible beneficiaries. There is a Family Advocacy Program social worker on call after normal duty hours and on weekends to address child abuse/neglect and adult abuse emergency cases
Domestic abuse reporting
The Family Advocacy program is designed to break the cycle of abuse as early as possible and to provide treatment for affected Soldiers and their Families. The program is the reporting point of contact for all allegations of child abuse/neglect and adult abuse. All installation law enforcement personnel, physicians, nurses, social workers, school personnel, childcare, youth services personnel, psychologists and other medical personnel and mandated reporters are required to report suspected cases of abuse/neglect to the Family Advocacy Program. All commanders will report allegations of abuse involving their Soldiers to the program as well. Individuals may walk in or call for an appointment. Referrals are also taken from friends, Family members, command physicians, military police, and various other civilian and military agencies. All allegations of abuse will be screened immediately, and scheduled for an assessment at that time.
Domestic violence and sexual assault support, victim advocacy
A victim advocate is available to offer support and information to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault between intimate partners and marriage regarding their safety and resources in the community. Coordinators are available 24/7 and can provide assistance in emergency services, shelters, relocation, information on Protection orders, advocating for clients w/agencies on and off post, help in locating financial resources, communication w/command, information on reporting options, referrals for therapy and support groups, and follow-up services.
Driver's License Office
Issues licenses and learner’s permits required to operate a motor vehicle, I.D. cards to non-drivers who are county residents. Voter registration applications available at all locations; no test is required if current license is valid.
Drug Disposal
Most unused and unneeded pharmaceuticals can be disposed in special drop boxes located at the pharmacy. This removes potentially harmful medications from the home and provides environmentally safe disposal. Contact the Pharmacy for any special concerns.
Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic – Otolaryngology Services
The Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic treats Soldiers, retirees, and their Family members for diverse problems involving the neck and head, such as ear infections, hearing loss, sinus disease, thyroid disorders, and lumps in the neck. Patients with these concerns or other problems with the head and neck should see their primary care provider for a referral. After receiving a referral from a provider, the patient will be contacted to schedule an appointment. If the clinic redirects the referral to a TRICARE network provider, the patient will receive a letter in the mail within 7-10 business days. If no contact has occurred within that time, contact the clinic to verify the status of the referral.
Education Center
The Army Education Center provides a full range of educational counseling services to include information on tuition assistance, GI Bill, financial aid, and academic/vocational school opportunities. Four colleges provide on-site classes as well as a multitude of distance learning options. The on-duty performance enhancement Basic Skills Education Program is instructor-led with a new class starting every two weeks. The Learning Resource Center offers a computer lab with internet access for required on-duty computer-based training, email, and college coursework. Three testing centers offer Army Personnel Tests, college tests, and certification exams.
Emergency leave contact assistance, American Red Cross messaging
The American Red Cross serves as the link between military and civilian worlds. They provide emergency communications between Soldiers and their Families as well as reporting service for emergency leave, personal and other family problems. This is the link to the national Messaging Center to inquire on the status of a Red Cross message. Emergency Leave and Army Emergency Relief are usually unavailable without Red Cross validation.
Emergency Room
The Department of Emergency Medicine offers emergency care seven days a week, 365 days a year at Fort Campbell. The Emergency Department provides top-quality, comprehensive medical care for all ages for life threatening, emergent, urgent and acute conditions.
Employee Assistance Program
The Army Employee Assistance Program (EAP) help employees and supervisors with identifying and resolving problems that negatively affect job performance and well-being. The EAP provides screening services, short-term interventions, and referral services. Family members of DA Civilians and Soldiers as well as retirees are able to use EAP services on a case-by-case basis. Services are confidential.
Employee rights -Equal Employment Opportunity
The Equal Employment Opportunity Program provides support and sustains a comprehensive effort to ensure fair treatment of all employees based on merit, fitness, capability and potential which supports and enhances readiness.
Eye care - Ophthalmology Clinic
Beneficiaries are referred to the Ophthalmology Service by their primary care manager. Ophthalmologists work to prevent and treat conditions concerning the eye such as glaucoma, cataracts, and strabismus.
Eye care - Optometry Clinic
LaPointe’s Optometry Clinic provides care for active duty Soldiers. Call for a routine eye exam appointment. Soldiers do not require an appointment and will be seen on a walk-in basis for all acute eye injuries, eye infections, eye problems of sudden onset, and filling out the eye portion of physicals. Patients requiring driver’s license renewal forms completed are required to schedule a routine eye exam and must bring the appropriate forms to be completed. Patients should always bring all their glasses/spectacles and contact lenses to each appointment. Contact lenses should not be worn for at least two hours prior to any full eye exam. Active duty Soldiers who wear glasses are required to have two pairs of clear glasses and one pair of inserts in good condition at all times. One of the pairs of glasses can be civilian glasses. Industrial safety glasses can be ordered with appropriate unit funding documents. Walk-in ordering of glasses/inserts is available on any duty day.
Eye surgery - Warfighter Refractive Eye Surgery Center
The Warfighter Refractive Eye Surgery Center provides services to active duty service members who are stationed at Fort Campbell and have at least 18 months remaining on active duty from the day of surgery. Combat Arms Soldiers receive first priority. The Center performs LASIK and photorefractive keratectomy surgeries. Both of these procedures use the same laser to reshape the cornea on the front surface of the eye. If you are interested in receiving eye surgery, you may pick up packets anytime during business hours.
Family and religious counseling
The Family Life Chaplains provide a full spectrum of counseling that covers Grief Counseling, Family Wellness, Marriage and Family Counseling and a host of enrichment programs. Also contact your Unit Ministry Team for immediate counsel.