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National Resource Directory
The National Resource Directory is one of the largest online collections of government and non-government resources specifically designed for Veterans, service members, their families and caregivers. With a unique collection of more than 16,000 organized and vetted resources, the directory provides information covering a variety of topics, including benefits and compensation, education, homeless assistance, housing and other services.
10 Great Dates
Remember back to your dating days and the excitement you felt? Now you can reclaim that same spark, connection, and creativity in your marriage through ten intentional, memory-making dates. This class teaches you how to communicate better, process anger, resolve conflicts, appreciate your differences, and balance your busy lifestyles.
1LT George P. Hayes Library
Library with circulation desk and computer lab.
Academic Performance Training Ready and Resilient (R2) Training Center - Formerly Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness Training Center
Academic Performance Training (APT) includes skills that help optimize classroom performance and maximize academic results. The R2 Training Center customized training options include planning and prioritizing time, the Study Power Hour, memory and recall improvement, effective note taking, reading efficiency, effective study partnerships, and combating test anxiety.
ACS Financial Readiness Classes
ACS Financial Readiness offers a variety of classes to improve financial health to include: 3C’s of Credit, Car Buying, Consumer Awareness, Financial Planning for Deployment, Financial Planning for PCS, Home Buying Workshop, Keeping your Bank Account in Check, Budgeting, Military Saves Campaign, Saving and Investing, Thrift Savings Plan, Debt Management, Savvy Consumer, and Understanding Insurance.
ACS Interviewing Workshop
This class covers the job search process and interviewing tips.
ACS Resume Writing Workshop
This class provides information on preparing a professional resume.
Adult Intramural Sports
Description: Sports- Flag Football, Soccer, Basketball, Softball, Bowling, Golf.
Adult Volunteers - American Red Cross
Volunteers who serve the Fort Stewart communities donating thousands of service hours monthly in a wide variety of areas such as emergency casework services, medical clinics, pet therapy, veterinary clinic, pharmacy, clerical, and hospitality.
Advanced Resume Writing: Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) Fort Stewart
During the seminar, our counselors will walk you through the process step-by-step, highlighting key points you need to know when writing and submitting your resume.
American Red Cross- Disaster Services
Provides emergency assistance in the event of a disaster or emergency.
Anger/ Stress Management
Workshop that teaches skills to identify stress triggers, methods to manage emotions, and positive communication techniques for dealing with anger.
Annual Army Family Action Plan Conference
The AFAP is an Army-wide initiative to identify issues of concern to improve the overall quality of life for Soldiers and their Families. This process is used to identify the most critical well-being issues facing the Army today and present them to senior Army leadership for resolution.
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.
Apply for a Federal Job: Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) Fort Stewart
During the seminar, our counselors will walk you through the process step-by-step, highlighting key points you need to know when writing and submitting your resume.
Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program
Provide current, up-to-date information on employment opportunities on post and in the local area. Provide assistance in the areas of resume writing, job search, interviewing, and federal application procedures.
Army Emergency Relief (AER loans)
AER provides financial assistance to Soldiers and eligible Family members when faced with a valid financial emergency. Assistance is provided as a non-interest
Army Family Team Building Levels I, II, III
AFTB, Level I, Family Member training, acronyms, resources, military expectations. Learn military terms, life, promotion points, rank structure, and Army expectations. AFTB, Level II, Family Member training, protocol, conflict management, stress management, communication skills, Grow Army, enhancing relationships, promotion points, personal growth, and time management. AFTB, Level III, Family Member training, leadership, communication skills, teambuilding, group conflict, problem solving, meeting management, leadership skills, promotion points, lead Army, leadership styles.
Army Hotel
Guestroom features double and single queen rooms and amenities comparable to a commercial hotel. Each room is equipped with a telephone and clock radio. All rooms have kitchenettes, mini-fridge, microwave and cook-top, coffee, and condiments; dish packs are available upon request. A continental breakfast is offered daily and there is on-site free guest laundry. Baby cribs available. Reservations may be made 1 year in advance. Allow IHG Army Hotels be your first choice for Family reunions, wedding parties, and out of town guests. Call for reservations; we are open 24 hours.
Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
The Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) enhances the combat readiness of Soldiers, strengthens the overall fitness and effectiveness of the Army’s workforce, builds resilient civilian employees and Families, and conserves resources by providing services which are proactive and responsive to the needs of the Army’s workforce. Services provided emphasize alcohol and other drug abuse deterrence, prevention, and education. Services are provided to family members as resources permit.
Army Volunteer Corps
Explore a new career, develop skills, set your own hours, network with other professionals and create opportunities for yourself. If your goal is to help others and have some quality time away from home, volunteering can be most rewarding.
Army Wellness Center
AWC provides integrated and standardized primary prevention programs and services that promote enhanced and sustained healthy lifestyles to improve the overall well-being of Soldiers and Family Members
ASAP Suicide Prevention Training
Leaders can take advantage of these programs: ASIST training, ACE, Shoulder to Shoulder, monthly 1 hour Unit and FRG Presentations (upon request). Contact the Suicide Prevention Program Manager for more information or to schedule, 912-767-7373
Auto Crafts Service
Auto – self-help auto repair, car lifts, tire changer, brake work, and engine repair.
Baby boot camp for dads
An interactive educational course that teaches new, expectant, and/or first time fathers about newborn infant care and safety skills.
Babysitter Training, First Aid, and American Red Cross CPR
Are you new to babysitting or looking for a way to expand or polish your skills as a babysitter? These courses will provide you with important skills and knowledge that every parent wants in a responsible babysitter.
Before baby arrives
Before Baby Arrives is a course designed to foster strong bonds between both parents and their unborn child/children to inspire pregnant women to have a healthy lifestyle and ultimately, a healthy baby.
Bingo
Description: Fort Stewart Bingo is now a part of MWR Bingo program based out of Hunter Bingo, and is a state-of-the-art bingo facility located adjacent to Club Stewart. Ft Stewart Bingo location offers its patrons an opportunity to play high dollar bingo programs five nights a week as well as daytime Lightning Bingo sessions on Saturdays and Sundays. It offers early bird programs and a terrific session program with cash payouts. Customers can play paper and 50 hand-held electronic bingo units with exciting 24 Number Quick shots games. Look to play our Mega Bingo’s on the first Saturday of the month. Fort Stewart Bingo is a smoke free facility.
BOSS – Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers
Quality of life, community service & recreation for single Soldiers, volunteer opportunities, recreation activities, and monthly meetings. Most information available through unit BOSS representatives.
Camping/RV Campground
RV Campground, Tent Sites, Picnic Tables, and WiFi
Caro Fitness Center
fitness center
Casualt Assistance VA Benefits
Establishes a Soldier’s or surviving Family Member’s eligibility for disability payments and other benefits provided by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
Casualty Assistance
Review of benefits and settling claims and applying for a receipt of survivor benefits; assists in other personnel – related affairs; appoints Casualty Assistance Officer who serves as the Army’s liaison to pass information relating to the Soldier or the incident.
Casualty Notification
Provide notification of an individual who has been reported as a casualty in a timely, professional, and dignified manner. Provide to those receiving benefits and entitlements in death, missing or DUSTWUN cases and to those Next of Kin.
Chaplain Family Life Ministry
Second-tier, long term pastoral counseling by Master's degree trained Chaplain counselors for individuals, couples, and Families
Child and Youth Behavioral Military and Family Life Counseling (CYB-MFLC)
Counselors observe and engage in activities with children and youth; provide direct behavioral interventions; and are available to assist parents, teachers, and caregivers. Counseling and education regularly address such issues as social skills; aggressive behaviors; academic issues; bullying; anxiety; deployment, separation and reunion; parenting challenges; sibling and parent-child communication; and fear, grief, and loss. All services are free of charge and anonymous, except in duty-to-warn situations.
Child Care School Age Cener
Before/after school care, full day care on school out days, summer camp, hourly care, parent education, and special events. Provides a supervised before and after school program as well as hourly programs daily.
Child Development Center
Full day care, Georgia State Pre-K at FS CDC Bldg 403 and 475, HAAF CDC Bldg 8807 ONLY, hourly care, part-day preschool, special openings, and parent education programs. Provides child care for single- and dual-working parents; hourly care for volunteering, appointments, intermittent needs, and respite care; and part-day preschool sessions during either morning or afternoon hours. Parent education classes also offered.
Club Stewart
Club Stewart takes all the worry out of your event planning, offering catering services at the club or off site. This beautiful facility has an expensive Lowcountry-style floor plan, with six unique venues. Club Stewart's ballroom can host parties for up to 600. Celebrity Chef Nino and his team handle all the details, from event planning to signature dishes that guarantee an unforgettable occassion. Book today! Enjoy lunch at the club's Thunder Run restaurant.
College and Career Readiness Enhancement (C2RE)(Formerly known as BSEP/GT Improvement)
C2RE is an on-duty program to promote retention, increase re-enlistment options, and improve job performance. Since C2RE is a refresher course that includes math and English, many Soldiers take it to help them raise their GT scores when retesting on the Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT).Classes are five weeks in length
College Degree Program
Central Texas College, Columbia College, Webster University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and Savannah Technical College provide a variety of programs to include certificate, diploma, associate, bachelor, and master degree programs to meet educational needs of the Fort Stewart/HAAF communities.
Commissary
Grocery Store
Corkan Family Fun Center
Corkan Family Recreation Area, roller skating, 3-D climbing wall, laser tag, snack concession, party areas, inflatables
Cypress Creek Recreation Area
Corkan Family Recreation Area, Adventure mini-golf, Splash Spray Park, private parties scheduled by appointment
DEERS
Enrollment and disenrollment of personnel in DEERS. Prepare ID Cards and CAC to include new issues and replacement of missing and unserviceable cards for eligible personnel only. Prepare for signature and issue letters, DA Form 1602, and agent cards permitting access to facilities, to include Commissary, PX, and MWR facilities. Issue Geneva Convention Cards for eligible personnel. Verify eligibility and issue contractor ID badges in accordance with local policy and maintain a log of issues badges with daily updates.
Dental Assistant Program- American Red Cross
The Fort Stewart Red Cross and DENTAC sponsor a Dental Assistant Program that provides professional classroom and chair-side training to selected candidates during a six-month period.
Deployment Briefings
Provide service members and their Families with information on American Red Cross services available for deployments.
Deputy State Epidemiologist
State Health Department, Deputy State Epidemiologist assists the state epidemiologist in providing scientific and epidemiological expertise. Deputy state epidemiologist, serve as an additional subject matter expert resource for public health and epidemiology.
Divorce Legal Assistance
Our legal assistance attorneys are available to provide you with advice concerning divorce, adoption, custody, child support, name change, and other family law issues. In some cases we may be able to provide you with the information and forms that you need to handle your case yourself. In cases when you require assistance outside the scope of our legal assistance, we can provide you referrals to secure civilian legal representation.
Dog Park
Dog Park
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.
Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS)
The Military Medical Department provides Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) pursuant to the Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) on military installations supported by Department of Defense (DOD) schools. Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) provides services to support Families of children with developmental delays, disabilities, or special learning needs. EDIS provides services for eligible infants and toddlers and their Families in domestic and overseas areas who have a child less than 3 years of age who have a developmental delay or a diagnosed medical condition that places the child at high risk for a developmental delay.
Educational Counseling
Education counseling services are provided to discuss a wide range of educational opportunities available. Counseling includes discussing options to earn a GED, college certificates, diplomas, or degrees, and class options to improve a Soldier’s GT score on the AFCT. Financial aid, testing, and GI Bill information are also among counseling topics.
Employee assistance program (EAP) for family members and DA civilians
The purpose of the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is to: a) Help DA civilian employees (NAF/APF) with identifying and resolving personal problems that may negatively affect their job performance and well-being. b) Assist management with addressing employee productivity issues, and c) Promote installation work life/wellness programs. Service Functions include: 1. Assessment, problem identification, and short-term counseling/intervention. 2. Referral for treatment and rehabilitation to appropriate community counseling/treatment resources. 3. Follow-up services to aid an employee in achieving an effective readjustment to his or her job after treatment. 4. Training and education for supervisors and employees about alcohol and drugs. 5. Training and consultation for supervisors and managers on how and when to make proper use of EAP services for improving employee performance and conduct.
Employment Preparedness- Department of Labor Employment Workshop
This required course is delivered to provide baseline guidance and assistance for all post military employment endeavors. Items of discussion will include transition overview, MOS translation, writing resumes, cover letters, job searching, labor market trends and conditions, interviewing techniques at a Soldier for Life center or by phone/email. Work with counselors to learn how to focus your search for your next career, whether it be civilian, government or entrepreneurial.
Employment Readiness
Provide current, up-to-date information on employment opportunities on post and in the local area. Provide assistance in the areas of resume writing, job search, interviewing, and federal application procedures.
Equal Employment Opportunity Office
To provide technical and professional advice to DoD employees at Fort Stewart/HAAF in accordance with Title VII and all applicable EEO regulatory guidelines which safeguard the workplace from discrimination based on sex, race, color, national origin, age, religion, reprisal, genetics and disability (physical/mental).
Equal Opportunity Office
The purpose of the EO Program is to maximize personnel readiness and human potential by ensuring fair treatment of all military personnel and their Family members based solely on merit, fitness, capability, fairness, justice, and equity without regard to race, color, gender, religion, or national origin.
Equipment Rental/Checkout Outdoor Recreational Center
Travel trailers, fishing boats, fishing poles, camping gear, BBQ grills, kayaks, canoes, party canopies, sports equipment, etc.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program that works with other military and civilian agencies to provide comprehensive and coordinated medical, educational, housing, community support, and personal services to Families with special needs in accordance with AR 608- 75.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Autism Support Group
EFMP is an exceptional life monthly support group meeting on autism and other topics.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Focus Group
EFMP Welcome Seminar is an opportunity for Family Members to learn about local resources and meet other EFMs.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Open House
Monthly recreational activity for Family Members registered in EFMP, such as bowling at Marne Lanes.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Recreational Activity
EFMP Recreational Activity is a monthly recreational activity for Family Members registered in EFMP bowling at Marne Lanes.
Families in action
Provide training and support, teach fundamental attitudes and skills, and assess specific challenges for parents of teenagers
Family Advocacy Program - ACS
Prevent spouse and child abuse through education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention, and treatment. Classes offered include Family Violence Awareness, Scream Free Parenting, Couples Communication, Risk Management for Leaders, and Can We Talk.
Family Advocacy Program- ACS- Play Morning
Parents with children ages 0-36 months are invited to an interactive play that incorporates music, stories, crafts, and toys! Also, parents can learn activities to do at home with their little ones.
Family Advocacy Program- Social Work Services
We provide assessment and treatment for individuals and Families involved with domestic violence. We conduct investigations into allegations of physical, emotional, neglect and the sexual abuse of adults and children, present those findings to a Case Review Committee for the purpose of identifying instances that meet the criteria of abuse IAW Army regulation, and offer therapeutic interventions.
Family Advocacy Program-Social Work Services- Fort Stewart
We provide assessment and treatment for individuals and Families involved with domestic violence. We conduct investigations into allegations of physical, emotional, neglect and the sexual abuse of adults and children, present those findings to a Case Review Committee for the purpose of identifying instances that meet the criteria of abuse IAW Army regulation, and offer therapeutic interventions.
Family Recreation Center: Cypress Sam’s Treehouse
Open to all children 0 – 10 years old. Corkan Family Recreation Area, Toddler Time (carpeted area & rubberized tree trucks & beetles), multi-level netted plastic ball area with slides. Open for special groups/functions by appointment.
Family Resdiness Group Training
ACS offers all FRG training to include: FRG Key Caller Course, FRG Leader Training, FRG Treasurer Training, FRG LNO, FRG for CDR/1SG.
Fire Department
Fire Department
FLY Families
Are YOU living in CHAOS (Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome) like Franny in the pink sweats? Do you feel overwhelmed, overextended, and overdrawn? Hopeless and you don't know where to start? Don't worry friend, we've been there, too.
Foreign Born Spouse Support Group
Members from various cultures and countries join other spouses to network, discuss the American way of life, develop friendships, and learn about the many resources available to make their new life experience positive. This is also a support group for any spouse of a Soldier deployed on a remote assignment far from home. Children are welcome to participate or just come to have fun!
Fort Stewart On-Post Housing – Balfour Beatty Communities
Description: Provide quality residential communities and total housing services for Soldiers, Families, and other qualified residents at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield.
Hearts Apart Support Group
Information conduit for Family Members of service members serving away from local installation due to deployment, unaccompanied tour, or extended TDY.
Home visits
Parents with babies 0-36 months can request to have a home visit. This visit will allow a trained professional to provide personalized education and support in the home for new parents.
Housing Environmental Health Response Registry
The Housing Environmental Health Response Registry is a resource for residents to report housing-related health information and concerns. Residents will be invited to enroll in the registry and initiate an exchange with public health professionals. Registry participants will receive information on in-home environmental health, assistance in seeking medical care, and an opportunity to share concerns with Army leadership.
Hunter Army Airfield On-Post Housing Balfour Beatty Communities
Provide quality residential communities and total housing services for Soldiers, Families, and other qualified residents at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield.
Hunter Bingo
Hunter Bingo offers its patrons an opportunity to play high dollar bingo programs five nights a week as well as daytime Lightning Bingo sessions on Saturdays and Sundays. The Hunter Bingo facility seats 350 patrons for our first Saturday of the month Super Bingo and offers 200 electronic hand held units with 24 Number Quick Shot games. Hunter Bingo offers a wide variety of quality and interesting bingo games that are highly competitive with large payouts. The snack bar operation delivers a variety of prepackaged food and beverages. Hunter Bingo is a smoke free facility.
Hunter Club
Hunter Club is the perfect place for your wedding ceremony or reception, corporate, unit or non-profit events. Accomodates up to 300 guests. Superb catering offers signature dishes. Book today!
Hunter Golf Club
Situated among sprawling Spanish Oaks and mature Georgia Pines, the 18-hole course is located in mid-town Savannah on Hunter Army Airfield. It offers surrounding civilian and military communities a convenient location for a quick game of golf played on beautiful greens with spacious fairways and teeing grounds. 18-hole golf course, practice putting green, short game green and bunker, lighted driving range, club rentals, and full service pro shop.
Infant care
Infant care course is a hands-on workshop that provides and strengthens the basic skills that are vital for newborn care.
Infant massage
Parents with babies 6 weeks to 9 months learn the delicate art of infant massage which promotes better sleep, boosts baby's immune system, relieves teething pains, and makes the baby feel loved and secure. Dads are especially welcome!
Inspector General (IG)
Provide Inspector General support to Commanders, Soldiers, Family Members, civilian employees, Retirees, and others with problems related to the U.S. Army at Ft. Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield. On order, deploy and provide Inspector General support simultaneously at home and deployed locations focusing on the division's readiness and war fighting capability.
Interview Preparation: Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) Fort Stewart
During the seminar, our counselors will walk you through the process step-by-step, highlighting key points you need to know to get ready for a job offer based on interview types, styles and the things to do to prep for the job interview.
Job Fair
Job fairs hosting local employers and partners of the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP).
Johnson Fitness Center
fitness center
Jordan Fitness Center
fitness center
Learning Center and Computer Lab
The Army Learning Center provides 50-55 computers with internet access to use for educational purposes
Legal Services
The attorneys and paralegals serving in the Legal Assistance Office assist community members with wills and powers of attorney, motor vehicles tax exemptions, family law, immigration, consumer law, various military administrative action rebuttals and appeals, taxes, and claims.
Legal Support
Legal assistance attorneys are available to provide advice concerning divorce, adoption, custody, child support, name change, and other Family law issues. In some cases, attorneys may be able to provide information and forms needed to handle the case alone. Referrals for civilian legal representation are also available.
LIberty County Health Department
Liberty County Health Department
Marne Advocacy Resource Center (MARC)
The MARC provides support to victims of sexual assault, sexual harassment, and discrimination, and is designed to improve the services provided to victims by providing a timely, coordinated, non-threatening, and comprehensive system of care provided by subject matter experts from the SHARP Program, Behavioral Health, Family Advocacy, Children’s Advocacy, CID, JAG, and EO Program.
Marne Lanes Bowling Center
You have an open invitation to enjoy Marne Bowling Center, a state of the art, fully automated 36 lane facility. The public's welcome. We're league play and tournament experts, and the perfect place for your family, unit or organization's bowling event!
Marriage 101
A 6-hour workshop to acquire basic skills for building a healthy marital relationship. No childcare provided.
Middle school/ teen program
Before school care, open recreation, summer camp, hourly care, parent education, special events. Provides a supervised before school program for middle school, as well as open recreation in the afternoons for middle school teens and pre-teens. Special events include trips, lock-ins, dances, etc.
Military Caregiver Resource Directory
Designed to help empower military caregivers with information about national-level resources and programs specifically for them. Topics include: helplines, advocacy and benefit information, career transitions and employment, military caregiver support, children’s needs, education and training, financial support, rest and relaxation, and others.
Military Caregiver Virtual Forum
Military caregivers may join their peers virtually in a Department of Defense online forum every month to discuss topics that they choose and network with others who are experiencing similar challenges. Caregivers learn skills to overcome challenges and share resources.
Military Crisis Line
If you’re a Service member in crisis or know a Service member who is, confidential support is only a phone call, click, or text away — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The Military Crisis Line, online chat, and text-messaging service are free to all Service members, including members of the National Guard and Reserve, and Veterans, even if you are not registered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or enrolled in VA health care. Hundreds of men and women in the military call us every day, and start to get back on track. The Military Crisis Line is staffed by caring, qualified responders from VA — some of whom have served in the military themselves. They understand what Service members have been through and the challenges members of the military and their loved ones face. Crisis feels different for everybody and can be caused by a wide range of situations before, during, or after military service. Some Service members are coping with stress, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, or challenges faced during civilian life while others may experience difficulties in their relationships or transitioning back to employment or education. Whatever’s got you down — chronic pain, anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, anger, or even disturbing memories of your tour of duty — a Military Crisis Line responder can provide support, day or night.
Military Family Life Counselors
Through brief solution-focused counseling, Soldiers and Families better understand the impact of the Deployment Cycle and other stresses related to military life; and address such issues as communication, job stress, coping with separation, multiple deployments and reintegration, grief and loss, marriage and relationships, and Family dynamics. Counselors are available in each Brigade/Unit, the MFLC Counseling Center welcomes walk-ins, and regular and after-hours appointments can be arranged on- or off-post to meet client needs. All services are free of charge and anonymous, except in duty-to-warn situations.
Military Funeral Honors
The Military Funeral Honors Coordinator receives all request for military honors, verifies that the recipient is eligible for military honors.
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Military Pet Education (MilPetED) Mobile Application (Android)
MilPetED is a free application for smartphones and tablets, designed to provide easy access to animal health information, tips and resources for Service Members, beneficiaries, and retirees.
Military Pet Education (MilPetED) Mobile Application (iPhone)
MilPetED is a free application for smartphones and tablets, designed to provide easy access to animal health information, tips and resources for Service Members, beneficiaries, and retirees.
Mobilization, Deployment, and Stability and Support Operations (SSO)
Deployment/Mobilization/Readiness (DMR) is designed to support active and reserve component Soldiers and their Families, providing guidance and assistance to Family Members in their volunteer leadership roles within the Family Readiness Group, and support the command in maintaining an atmosphere of Family well-being.
New student registration; DoDEA schools
The Department of Defense Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS) located on Fort Stewart are: Brittin, Diamond, Murray, and Kessler Elementary. In accordance with federal regulations, the schools are accountable to the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI) Office of Postsecondary Education. The curriculum standards are based on the content standards produced by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the National Council of Teachers of English/the International Reading Association, the National Research Council's National Science Education Standards, and the National Council for Teachers of Social Studies.
Newcomers Information and Referrals/ Outreach
Are you new to the community? Would you like to meet new friends, Families, and other service members? Interested in what your installation and community has to offer? Get all the information you need to thrive in your new community and get all your questions answered!
Newman Fitness Center
fitness center
Off-Post Housing Fort Stewart
Provide individual off-post counseling and referral assistance, maintain up-to-date listings of homes for rent or sale, review, clarify or explain lease contracts upon request, mediate disputes between tenants and landlords, inspect off-post rental housing for adequacy and obtain assurance of non-discriminatory rental practices, maintain a display of handout materials including area maps, rental/sales booklets, brochures, etc., and brief personnel on the local area.
Off-post housing Hunter Army Airfield
Provide individual off-post counseling and referral assistance, maintain up-to-date listings of homes for rent or sale, review, clarify or explain lease contracts upon request, mediate disputes between tenants and landlords, inspect off-post rental housing for adequacy and obtain assurance of non-discriminatory rental practices, maintain a display of handout materials including area maps, rental/sales booklets, brochures, etc., and brief personnel on the local area.
Outdoor Pools Fort Stewart and Hunter
Outdoor pools: Bryan Village, Corkan Pool, and Hunter Outdoor Pool
Paintball
Woods play, speedball, equipment rental, paint sales
Parent Central Services/Registration
Central registration, child care waiting list for all CYSS programs resources, on-site child care referral for meetings or events.
Pass and Permit Office for Hunting and Fishing
Fort Stewart is the second largest public hunting and fishing entity in the state. All sportsmen and women must have a valid Georgia hunting and/or fishing license and Fort Stewart permit. Hunters on the installation must possess a Hunter Safety Course certificate and register all weapons through the DES Security Division. Annual and daily permits are available. Annual hunting permits are good for one year from the date of purchase.
Performance Training, Ready and Resilient (R2) Training Center - Formerly Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness Training Center
Performance Training enhances mental agility and adaptability throughout one's life, leading to optimal performance and personal readiness. R2 Training Centers provide performance skills that include instruction in mental skills foundations, confidence building, effective goal setting, attention control, energy management and imagery.
Personal Financial Management Training (PFMT)
Eight hours of financial management training for new Army Soldiers.
Pet Boarding
Pet Boarding, Doggy Day Care, Grooming
Picnic Areas
Picnic pavilions, fishing, playground, canoe, kayak and paddle boat rental, restrooms
Police Department
Police department