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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.
Academic Performance Training
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.
Activities for Single Service Members (BOSS)
BOSS program supports the community and overall quality of life for single service members.
Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Services (ASACS)
Provides adolescent substance abuse related PREVENTION and EDUCATION materials, workshops, and programs to all members of the community.
Adult Education (AEC)
Provides opportunities for adults seeking higher education
After School Care (CYSS)
Provides activities for school-age children, include spring, summer and winter recreational camps, after-school child care and school-out day trips.
Alcohol Drug Abuse Prevention Training (ADAPT)
Prime For Life: For individuals seeking general information on alcohol & drug abuse. Required for DUI/DWI, Drug apprehension, and alcohol-related incidents. This course is a two day, 12 hour education class that meets the requirements for those needing to get their driving license reinstated.
Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
A fellowship of men and women who share their experiences, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism
Anger Management Class (ACS)
The objective of the class is for attendees to learn to identify signs of anger, to recognize the impact and potential repercussions of uncontrolled anger and to develop skills to reduce and manage anger issues.
Army Career and Alumni Program: Soldier for Life - Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP)
Pre-separation counseling, job assistance, career planning, resume writing, interviewing, etc
Army Family Team Building (ACS)
online and classroom classes that cover topics such as Army life, self-development, and leadership skills
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 Substance Abuse Training in a Unit Setting (ASAP)
Substance abuse prevention training provided by staff
Army Volunteer Corp
Links volunteers with community volunteer opportunities
Arts and Craft Classes
Arts and craft center with activities for all skill levels
Assertiveness Training (ACS)
Education, training and personal development to improve confidence in order to become more successful in personal and professional lives.
Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Support (ACS)
Provides support to Families with special needs
Aukamm Elementary School (DoDEA)
DODEA Elementary School
Babysitters Training (American Red Cross)
Develops skills in leadership, safety, safe play, basic care, first aid and professionalism
Balanced Meal Classes (WIC)
Nutrition education, tips on making balanced meals, nutrition/health screenings
Behavioral Health Clinic
The Behavioral Health Team provides services for Embedded Behavioral Health, Individual Psychotherapy, Group Therapy, Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care, and Medical Evaluations/Medication Management
Bicycle Repair - Outdoor Recreation
Outdoor Recreation provides rental of equipment such as paintball, bicycles, kayaks, skis and party equipment
Body Composition Analysis (AWC)
Measurement of body fat percentage using the BOD POD. Results can be used to determine a healthy weight and track changes in fat mass or lean body mass. Analysis can be repeated every 30 days.
BOSS Against Drunk Driving
BOSS program supports the community and overall quality of life for single service members.
Bowling Alley: Wiesbaden Entertainment Center
With sixteen lanes available and a Pro Shop on the premises, you'll have all your bowling needs covered. With cosmic bowling, blacklights, music and glow-in-the-dark lanes, pins and balls make bowling an unique experience.
Breastfeeding Education and Support: Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Increase nutritional wellness and awareness through education and free healthful foods.
Breastfeeding Support Group (ACS)
The group provides breastfeeding support to pregnant women who are considering breastfeeding and all moms who are presently nursing
Car Seat Education and Safety (FMWR)
New parent education including child seat safety
Catering Services: Little Italy
Little Italy provides catering services for a fee
Chapel Outreach and Bible Study for Teens
Weekly large group meeting where teens can hear about God's love in a non-threatening, fun environment.
Child Abuse Evaluation and Treatment Services (SWS)
Social Work Services provides evaluation and treatment for at-risk families or families who have a substantiated case of child abuse
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry - Medical Treatment Facility
This service provides diagnosis, appropriate treatment to include medication, psychological testing, individual and family therapy and consultation to other clinical services and Department of Defense Schools.
Child and Youth Supervision Policies (ACS)
Policies regarding child and youth supervision for the Army Personnel in Europe
Child Art Classes (CYSS)
Provide access to a wide range of resources and support services to families to facilitate Army youth social and education transitions.
Child Dance Classes (CYSS)
Provide access to a wide range of resources and support services to families to facilitate Army youth social and education transitions.
Child Development Center (CYSS)
Childcare in a structured setting with individual rooms based upon age of child. Care and activities are tailored to the age of children.
Child Music Lessons (CYSS)
Music lessons of every kind for school-age children.
Clay Kaserne High School Teen Center
Provides safe environment for high school kids to congregate
Clay Kaserne Middle School Teen Center
Provides safe environment for middle school kids to congregate
Club Beyond: Religious Support Office (RSO)
Periodic Retreats and activities. High School Leadership Retreats, Middle School Retreats, High School Service Project, Spring Break Retreat, and more
Commissary
Community Grocery Provider
Commissary Shuttle and Food Court/Exchange Shuttle
Shuttle service that operates on weekends to transport Single Soldiers to the Commissary and Exchange
Community Theater
Theater performances by local talent
Competitive Youth Swim Team
Competitive Swim Team for school aged children that competes in the European Forces Swim League
Conference Rooms and Meeting Spaces (ACS)
ACS manages the yellow ribbon room for use for military unit associated events
Conference Rooms and Meeting Spaces: Wiesbaden Entertainment Center
The Bowling Alley has meeting spaces that are available for a fee
Consumer Affairs/Fraud (ACS)
Assistance with consumer affairs and fraud issues that may impact financial readiness, credit score, etc.
Cooking Classes (USO)
Classes for adults and children in a variety of cooking styles
Couples Communication Class (ACS)
This class offers support and education to spouses and couples, and provides a healthy approach to communicating without anger, threats or power struggles. Participants learn new problem solving skills as well as the importance of recognizing effective communication techniques
Couples Counseling (RSO)
Services provided are interfaith, pastoral care counseling. Services include one on one counseling, group, pastoral care education skills building classes
CPR Training (ARC)
Covers adult, infant and child CPR and training and basic first aid including sudden illness, choking, burns, cardiac emergencies and bleeding.
Crisis Management
Evaluation and treatment for rape, child and adult physical abuse, child sexual abuse, child neglect and deployment related issues which have reached crisis proportions. Crisis intervention services for situations involving rape, child and adult physical abuse, child sexual abuse and child neglect are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a weeks through SWS.
Defiant Child Classes (EDIS)
Workshop for parents with children with challenging behavior.
Dental Clinic
Dental care needed to maintain good oral health including: preventative, basic restorative, and specialty care.
Deployment Preparedness and Support (ARC)
Coping with deployment, Pre- and Post-deployment tools and resources
Deployment Support (ACS)
Counseling and support for families with deployed family members
Domestic Violence Counseling (SWS)
Family Focused counseling services are available to families with or without children. Children who need individual counseling or medication services are referred to CAPS program. Evaluation and treatment for at-risk families or families who have a substantiated case of abuse.
Domestic Violence Prevention Services (ACS)
Support services offered to victims of domestic violence
Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy
Support services offered to victims of domestic violence
Drug and Alcohol Counseling (EAP) Non-Clinical
Substance abuse prevention training, screening, referral and counseling.
Early Childhood Development Intervention Services (EDIS)
The Early Intervention Services component focuses on identification, evaluation and interventions for infants and toddlers (0-3 years of age) with developmental delays and special needs. This component is a multidisciplinary team consisting of early childhood special educators, occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech-language pathologists, with augmentation from RS staff such as clinical psychologists
Emergency Messaging Services (American Red Cross)
Emergency notification from CONUS to OCONUS and via deployment theater
Emergency Placement Care for Child Abuse/Child Neglect (ACS)
Emergency placement care (EPC) is a voluntary or court mandated service providing temporary 24-hour care in an EPC provider’s home for children who cannot be cared for by their natural family or legal guardian. The program is designed to provide short-term care, generally not to exceed 90 days, for Families in crisis until the situation warranting the placement is resolved or long-term care or placement can be arranged. Emergency Placement Care is comparable to civilian foster care in the United States.
Emergency Planning and Preparation (American Red Cross)
Tips and checklists on what to do before, during and after and emergency
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Counseling/Referral Assistance for Civilian Employees, Military & Civilian Family Members, Retirees. Also, Supervisor/Management Consultations and solution-focused mediation services. Helps identify and resolve problems affecting job performance and personal life.
Employment Readiness Education Classes (ACS)
Training on resume preparation, interview preparation, career enhancement classes, etc
English as a Second Language Classes (ACS)
This class offers beginner, intermediate, and advanced English classes to foreign-born individuals who wish to learn English or increase their English skills.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Commander education
Assist commanders in the fair treatment of soldiers. Assistance with complaint filing.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Conflict Assistance
Assistance to employees regarding: discriminatory work environment, disabilities and diversity. Assistance with complaints and conflict resolution.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
The Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) provides an all-inclusive approach for community, educational, medical, housing, and personnel services for Families with special needs. An exceptional Family member may be a child or an adult with any physical, emotional, developmental or intellectual disorder that limits the individual's capacity to engage in pursuits with peers or that requires special treatment, education, training or therapy.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP, ACS)
The Family Advocacy Program provides education, intervention and assistance to prevent Family violence and to support strong, self-reliant Families and communities. Services include advocacy for victims of abuse, new parent home visitors for parents with children under age four, temporary emergency placement care for children, respite care, awareness events, and a variety of classes available to all community members that are designed to enhance coping skills and strengthen Families. Parenting, couple’s communication, stress and anger management, troop training, and other educational and informational opportunities are available.
Family Counseling (MFLC)
Military Family Life Counselors provide relationship support, crisis interventions tress management, grief, occupational hazards and other challenges of military families.
Family Travel and Tours
Tours throughout Europe for the entire family.
Family Victim Prevention & Reporting
To report a case of family or child abuse contact the Military Police for immediate assistance.
Financial Counseling: Soldier for Life - Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP)
Soldier for Life connects Army, governmental, and community efforts to build relationships that facilitate successful reintegration for our Soldiers, Retired Soldiers, Veterans, and their Families in order to keep them Army Strong and instill their values, ethos and leadership within communities
Financial Hardship: Army Emergency Relief (AER) (ACS)
Provides emergency no-interest loan and grants to Soldiers and their Families through their local installation's AER section
Financial Readiness (ACS)
Budget counseling, debt liquidation, Checkbook management, Consumer assistance, Army Emergency Relief.
Fire Department Desk Number
Fire Department
First Aid Classes (American Red Cross)
Covers adult, infant and child CPR and training and basic first aid including sudden illness, choking, burns, cardiac emergencies and bleeding.
Fitness Classes: Wiesbaden Fitness Center
Strength Training, Cardio Equipment, Basketball, Volleyball, Racquetball, Cycle Room, Massage Therapy, Personal Training, Saunas, Variety of Classes
Fitness Test (AWC)
Measures an individual’s current physical fitness levels. Includes submaximal VO2 test to assess cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength tests, and flexibility measurement. During initial test, results are compared to normative values based on age and sex. Follow up test is recommended after 90 days to measure changes in fitness levels.
German Health Agency
Country Health Agency
German Language Classes (USO)
German Language Classes for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
Golf Course (FMWR)
Provides a wide-range of golfing services to include lessons, kids activities and golfing products
Grief Counseling (ACS)
Programs designed to provide support to community members going through the stages of grief.
Grief Counseling (MFLC for Military & Military Family Members, EAP for Civilians & Retirees)
Military Family Life & EAP Counselors provide relationship support, crisis intervention, stress management, grief, occupational hazards and other challenges of military families.
Grief Counseling (RSO)
Programs designed to provide support to community members going through the stages of grief.
Hainerberg Elementary School (DoDEA)
DODEA Elementary School
Hainerberg High School Teen Center
Provides safe environment for high school kids to congregate
Hainerberg Mall
At the Hainerberg Mall you will find the Wiesbaden Exchange, food court, USO office, hair salon and barber shop, bank and various other services.
Hainerberg Middle School Teen Center
Provides safe environment for middle school kids to congregate
Health and Wellness Coaching (AWC)
Discuss health-related goals and obstacles with a Health Educator who will help facilitate a plan to achieve goals.
Health Assessment Review (AWC)
Evaluation of an individual’s health-related goals, current habits, health risks, self-efficacy, and stages of change. After completing the Health Assessment, a Health Educator can then recommend AWC services that help to support one’s goals.
Health Screenings and Counseling: Medical Treatment Facility
The Army Health Clinic employ a professional staff of health care workers. The primary mission of the Health Center is to provide premier health, fitness, and wellness services that meet the needs of the community.
HIV/Aids Training and Counseling (Army Public Health Nurse)
HIV/AIDS awareness, understanding and prevention training offered
Host Nation Orientation (FMWR)
Provides a wide-range introduction to your new home in Germany