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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)
The Better Opportunities for Single Servicemembers (BOSS) program represents the voice of the single servicemember. If you're a single servicemember, BOSS members advocate for you by advancing quality of life issues on the installation, and in the barracks, to senior leaders on post and throughout the Army. "Let Your Voice Be Heard" The BOSS program is based on three program pillars: Quality of Life Community Service Recreation and Leisure As a member of BOSS, you have a voice in how you live, how you spend your leisure time and how you support the community around you. BOSS Soldiers: Coordinate and participate in community services projects Organize recreation and leisure activities Actively support the quality of life needs of single Soldiers Garrison BOSS programs are managed by a Senior Enlisted Advisor, MWR Advisor and BOSS President. BOSS serves the Single Soldier Community - active, guard and reserve - and single parents, geographical bachelors, and other branches of service and Foreign Service Members. BOSS membership and the program's available leadership and project management roles enhance your promotion packets. Learn more about BOSS at www.boss.armymwr.com
Adult Education (AEC)
"Provides professional, higher education counseling for Soldiers and family members. Conducts Army Personnel Testing (DLPT, AFCT and more). Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we have adjusted our student services in order to continue to provide support. Staff members from Central Texas College, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, University of Maryland Global Campus, University of Oklahoma, and Army Education Counselors are standing by to assist you virtually during this period. Virtual services are provided: Monday-Friday 0800-1630 (Closed Training and Federal Holidays). All Soldiers should view our Education Center Mini-Briefing prior to getting started: (Unfortunately it will not play on Government computers): https://umuc365-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/jenise_jester_umuc_edu/EcyZMSGW2gxAmywElzNsN0gBxDmBV1f82KIgO13VUM0dNw?e=Aqig1W Anyone can go to GAE https://www.goarmyed.com/ and search for schools/degree programs at the bottom of the page under “Earn a Degree or Credential.” Students can also contact our on post schools directly for program information. (Contact info provided below). All Soldiers must use GoArmyEd (GAE) to request tuition Assistance (TA). Their GAE account must be FULLY activated, which includes selecting a school and degree program in the system. ALL TA requests must be processed and approved in the GAE system prior to the class start date. Plan ahead!Important: DoDI 1322.19 “First course Rule.” Soldiers located OCONUS, who have not successfully completed a college level class, must take their first course with one of the on post contracted schools if they want TA to pay for it. AIT and AIT contracted programs such as Cochise College do not meet this requirement. Soldiers can self-pay for their first class if they wish, but we recommend that they take a class that will transfer into the school of their choice. A first time Soldier, or anyone who requires assistance, can email our Org Box. Please leave a phone number so one of our counselors can call if needed. On-Post Colleges and Universities Central Texas College-CTC http://www.ctcd.edu/locations/europe/ email: wiesbaden@europe.ctcd.edu 0611-143-548-1307 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-ERAU http://worldwide.erau.edu/locations/wiesbaden/ email: wiesbaden@erau.edu The University of Oklahoma-OU http://www.ou.edu/content/outreach/ap/europe/wiesbaden.html apwiesbaden@ou.edu The University of Maryland Global Campus-UMGC https://www.europe.umuc.edu/locations/europe/germany/wiesbaden-e375 email: wiesbaden-europe@umuc.edu 0611-143-548-1316
Alcohol Drug Abuse Prevention Training (ADAPT) ASAP
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.
Army Family Team Building (ACS)
Army Family Team Building empowers you, through self-development and leadership skills, basic Army knowledge and specialized training, to maximize your personal and professional potential. 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 Volunteer Corp
Links volunteers with community volunteer opportunities and provides tools and resources to track volunteer hours and recognize community volunteers.
Army Wellness Center
Health Assessment Review - Evaluation of an individual’s health-related goals, current habits, health risks, self-efficacy, and stages of change. Body Composition Analysis - Measures body fat percentage using the BOD POD, one of the most accurate methods to measure body fat. Can be used to determine a healthy weight and track changes in fat mass or lean body mass. Metabolic Testing - Measures how many calories an individual burns at rest. Results are used to determine daily energy needs, which are received in the Upping Your Metabolism class. Fitness Assessments - Assesses physical fitness levels. Includes submaximal VO2 test to assess cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength tests, and flexibility measurement. Individual Stress Management Training - Uses EmWave biofeedback software to measure body’s response through changes in heart rhythm while practicing relaxation techniques. Educational Classes Upping Your Metabolism - Mandatory to receive results of metabolic test. Provides weight management resources. Stress Management - Discusses how stress impacts overall wellness and resources for reducing body’s stress response. Healthy Sleep Habits - Explains how sleep impacts health, how to assess sleep quality, and steps to improve sleep patterns. Meals in Minutes - Examines challenges of eating healthy meals and strategies to get healthy meals prepared quickly. Fueling for Health - Reviews the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, fundamental components of nutrition (including protein, fat, and carbohydrates), and reading a nutrition label. Staying Fit: Home and Away - Identifies components of an exercise session and types of equipment and exercises that can be used for home workouts. Retire Strong - Discusses importance of staying active in retirement, adjusting fitness routine with age, and maintaining healthy eating habits. Unit Assessments - Leaders can contact the AWC to arrange for their unit to complete AWC assessments or classes.
Arts and Craft Classes
Arts and craft center with activities for all skill levels
Aukamm Elementary School (DoDEA)
DODEA Elementary School for Grades K - 5
Automotive Service
Self-Help and Paid Services for automotive repairs and service.
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 Maintenance and Repairs - Wiesbaden Outdoor Recreation
Outdoor Recreation provides a complete bicycle maintenance and repair shop with a full rnage of services available to include repair/replacement parts on location with trained bicycle technicians
BOSS Against Drunk Driving
BOSS program supports the community and overall quality of life for single service members.
BOSS: Shuttle to PX and Commissary
Let the BOSS shuttle take you to the commissary! The shuttle to the commissary runs the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month and departs the Warrior Zone at 6 p.m. This is a FREE service provided by the BOSS Program.
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)
WIC promotes and supports breastfeeding as an important part of the nutrition service benefits to meet its mission of safeguarding the health of low-income women, infants and children.
Catering Services: Little Italy
Little Italy Restaurant & Catering Catering Sales Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 0900 - 1400 Restaurant Hours: Monday - Friday: 1100 - 1400 & 1700 - 2300; Saturday: CLOSED; Sunday: 1200 - 1400 & 1700 - 2300 Menu: https://wiesbaden.armymwr.com/application/files/9415/9222/2057/Littke_Italy_Menu.pdf
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 Development Center (CDC)
Childcare in a structured setting with individual rooms based upon age of child. Care and activities are tailored to the age of children, which ranges from 6 weeks to 5 years (Kindergarten) Clay Kaserne Bldg 1501 CIV: 0611-143-548-9372, DSN: 548-9372 Clay Kaserne Bldg 1502 CIV: 0611-143-548-9382, DSN: 548-9382 Hainerberg Bldg 7885 CIV: 0611-143-548-9320, DSN: 548-9320 Schedule an appointment at usarmy.wiesbaden.id-europe.list.mwr-central-registration@mail.mil
Clay Kaserne Youth Center
Provides safe environment for middle school and high 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
Community Theater, Amelia Earhart Playhouse (CRD)
Theater opportunities for the local community. Amelia Earhart Playhouse offers on- and off-stage opportunities for local talent, theater educational opportunities for kids and adults, opportunity for enriching the lives of all who participate and view productions.
Competitive Youth Swim Team
Competitive Swim Team for school aged children that competes in the European Forces Swim League
Conference Rooms and Meeting Spaces - Wiesbaden Outdoor Recreation
Outdoor Recreation has meeting spaces that are available for a fee
Conference Rooms and Meeting Spaces (ACS)
ACS has a conference room and cafeteria that can be used for meetings and functions, free of charge
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 (American Red Cross)
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
Disaster Preparedness Planning and Preparation (American Red Cross)
Tips and checklists on what to do before, during and after and emergency
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 (ACS)
Support services offered to victims of domestic violence
Drug and Alcohol Counseling (EAP) Non-Clinical
Substance abuse prevention training, screening, referral and counseling.
Drug Testing Program (ASAP)
Drug Testing Program Services Military SMART Testing Civilian Random and Pre-employment Testing
Educational and Developmental 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 an early childhood special educator, occupational therapist, and speech-language pathologist. EDIS also assists DoDEA special education program with related services (RS) providing school based occupational therapy and physical therapy support to students 3-21 years old.
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.
Employee Assistance Program (ASAP)
Provide Employee Assistance Program (EAP) education services Provide EAP assessments, referrals, short-term counseling services Substance abuse prevention training, screening, referral and counseling.
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
Employment Readiness Program (ACS)
The Employment Readiness Program provides information and referral services on employment, education, training, transition and volunteer opportunities to give family members the competitive edge needed to secure employment
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.
Equipment Check-Out Program - Wiesbaden Outdoor Recreation
Outdor Recreation offers a Equipment Check-out Program with everything from camping equipment, bicycles, skis, snowboards, dunk tank, party canopies and a large event stage
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Family Support Services
Provides comprehensive support to Families with special needs. I is the garrison's primary resource for Families seeking assistance in locating services on and around the installation. The ACS EFMP is responsible for helping Families identify and resolve problems impacting individuals with special needs. The Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic (WAHC) EFMP coordinator assists Families in the screening, enrollment, and updating processes of the program.
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 Child Care (CYS)
Provides full-day, part-day and hourly care for children in a home environment
Family Counseling (MFLC)
Military Family Life Counselors provide relationship support, crisis interventions tress management, grief, occupational hazards and other challenges of military families.
Family Leisure Travel, Tours and Amusement Parks - Wiesbaden Outdoor Recreation
Tours throughout Europe for the entire family.
Family Life Education Classes
Family Life Education offers curriculum training that provides knowledge, social relationship skills and support throughout the Family life cycle. The goal is to improve life management and family coping skills, enhance self-esteem, and improve communication skills and marital relationships. Classes offered on a regular basis include Parenting, Stress Management, Anger Management and Couple’s Communication.
Family Victim Prevention & Reporting
To report a case of family or child abuse contact the Military Police for immediate assistance.
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.
First Aid Classes (National Ski Patrol - Outdoor Emergency Care course)
Outdoor Recreation works with the National Ski Patrol to offer the Outdoor Emergency Care course for all outdoor enthusiasts
Fitness Classes: Wiesbaden Fitness Center
Strength Training, Cardio Equipment, Basketball, Volleyball, Racquetball, Cycle Room, Massage Therapy, Personal Training, Saunas, Variety of Classes
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 Exchange (PX)
At the Hainerberg PX you will find the Wiesbaden Exchange, food court, USO office, hair salon and barber shop, bank and various other services.
Hainerberg Youth Center
Provides safe environment for middle school and high school kids to congregate
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 (ACS)
Provides a wide-range introduction to your new home in Germany
Housing (Off-Post, Civilian)
Assistance in aquiring Off-Post Housing for Civilians
Housing (On-Post)
Mandatory assignment to Government-controlled Family Housing is in effect for Active Duty Military (does not apply to Civilians). DPW Housing Service Orders (On-post only): Location: Clay Kaserne, Bldg. 1056 Customer Service Center: DSN 548-4357 (HELP), Civ (0611) 143-548-4357 Appliance Repairs: Washers - Dryers - Stoves - Refrigerators - Dishwashers. DSN: 548-4424, Civ: (0611)143-548-4424 Hours of Operation: Mon. to Fri. 0800-1200, 1245-1600. Closed U.S. and German holidays. Important Notice: Emergency Repairs. If you have an emergency, after normal working hours, submit an emergency request by calling DSN 112 or CIV (0611) 705-112. Email the following information to usarmy.wiesbaden.imcom-europe.list.dpw-customer-rep@mail.mil Self Help Store: Need to change a lightbulb or patch a nail hole for On-Post Housing? Spare parts, and for most jobs, the tools needed, are available free of charge through the Self-Help Store. DSN: 548-4072 Civ: (0611)143-548-4072 Location: Hainerberg, Bldg. 7802 Hours of Operation: Mon. to Fri. 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1245-1530. Closed U.S. and German holidays. Prohibited Items: o In accordance with IMCOM-E policy, please do not bring air conditioners of any kind, as they are not authorized in any of our units. Floor fans are highly encouraged. o Do not bring large appliances. All family units come equipped with washer, dryer, fridge, stove and dishwasher. Small appliances and TVs are ok to bring. o Per Army policy, no waterbeds, ceiling fans, chandeliers or trampolines. Policies & Information: Army Regulation 420-1, Army Facilities Management, Section 3-16, Paragraph K: Mandatory assignment (foreign areas only). The Garrison Commander may mandatorily assign adequate housing if necessary to maintain maximum occupancy.
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.
Hunting, Fishing and Sport Shooting Classes - Wiesbaden Outdoor Recreation
Provides hunting, fishing and shooting safety courses according to German Law to include hunting trips, drive hunts, fishing trips and various range locations and shooting competitions throughout the year plus trips to various trade shows
Hunting, Fishing and Sport Shooting Pro-Shop/Retail - Wiesbaden Outdoor Recreation
Provides a wide range of hunting, fishing and sport shooting items (to include special orders and firearms) to outdoor enthusiasts
Immunization and Allergy Management - Medical Treatment Facility
Clinic that provides allergy shots and allergy testing. Active Duty Soldiers receive immunizations at the SMRC, Bldg. 1541. Walk-in Clinic for ages 6 and up only. Allergy shots are via appointment only.
Individual Stress Management Biofeedback (Army Wellness Center)
Practice techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, guided