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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.
(Value of Life) / Suicide Prevention / Intervention Hotline
FROM YOUR KOREAN CELL PHONE: 0808-555-118, DSN 118 The Korea-wide 24/7 (Value of Life) Suicide Crisis Lifeline supports the Department of Defense's goal to minimize the risk of suicide for Service members, Family Members, and DOD Employee's. (Value of Life) Suicide-prevention programs implement control measures to address and minimize risk factors while strengthening the factors that mitigate those risks. This is a toll-free number in South Korea that is dedicated and directly routed to the Military/Veteran's Crisis Line [National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)] and has a reach-back capability to alert our Joint Police Information Center for a coordinated community intervention response. Hotlines--trained attendants: 24/7/365 Korea Wide Suicide Crisis Lifeline: 0808-555-118 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Text: 838255 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Online Chat: https: https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/get-help/chat Korea Crisis Line: DSN 118 On Post Emergency DSN 911 / Cell 031-690-7911 Off post Emergency DSN 99-119 / Cell 119
*Army Emergency Relief
Provides interest free loans and grants to Service Members and Retirees experiencing financial difficulties.
*Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
Provide services which are adequate and responsive to emphasize alcohol and drug abuse deterrence, prevention, education, and treatment.
*Behavioral Health
Provides CONFIDENTIAL assistance with and counseling to mitigate family issues, suicidal ideations, and other stressors while encouraging techniques to enhance resilience.
*Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS)
Community Service Activities and Recreation and Leisure Events to enhance the quality of life.
*Camp Hovey Fitness Center
Free Weights, Exercise Equipment, Basketball Court, Weight Belts, etc.
*Carey Fitness Center
Free Weights, Exercise Equipment, Basketball Court, Weight Belts, etc.
*Client Legal Services
Assists with notarizations, powers of attorney, wills, claims, special victims council, and general legal advice.
*Communicable Disease and Blood-Borne Pathogens
Provides consultation and education regarding health issues, safety, medication administration, communicable diseases and blood-borne pathogens. Provided by Army Public Health Nursing.
*Dental Clinic
Provides dental exams, cleanings, general dentistry, and emergency treatment.
*Drug Testing Program- Camp Casey
Administration of illegal substance examinations.
*Education Center
Assistance with higher and continuing education goals.
*Employment Assistance Program
Army Community Service offers Resume, Employment and Interview techniques to assist with spousal employment.
*Financial Readiness Program
The Army Community Service offers Financial Readiness training, counseling and budge classes when available.
*Hanson Field House
Free Weights, Exercise Equipment, Basketball Court, Weight Belts, etc.
*Hanson Outdoor Swimming Pool- Camp Casey
Offers swimming. Open and closed seasonally. See schedule for hours when open. Lifeguard, First Aid, and CPR Certification Training are available at Camps Red Cloud and Stanley. Life Guard Classes are open to Active Duty military and civilians. To sign up, call DSN 732-7757. You must be 15 years of age or older to participate. Books may be purchased on site.
*Health & Human Performance Center Camp Casey
Offers a full range of equipment that supports cardiovascular strength and endurance training.
*Indoor Swimming Pool- Camp Hovey
Swimming. The Hovey Pool offers swim classes, aquatic physical training and aquatic aerobics classes. Lifeguard, First Aid, and CPR Certification Training are available at Camps Red Cloud and Stanley. Life Guard Classes are open to Active Duty military and civilians. To sign up, call DSN 732-7757. You must be 15 years of age or older to participate. Books may be purchased on site.
*Library Camp Casey
Check out media. Reference assistance, story hour for children, internet service, and database research.
*Lodging
Provide temporary lodging to transit personnel. Priorities based on duty status, not rank. USAG Yongsan-Camp Casey Lodging – Assignment to USAG Yongsan-Camp Casey is an unaccompanied tours. TLA will be administered IAW the JTR and USFK Reg 37-57.
*Military and Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program
Program addresses issues that occur across the military lifestyle and helps Service Members and their families cope with normal reactions to the stress, separation, relatationship issues, conflict resolution, reintegration and other stresses of military life.
*Relocation Readiness Program
Army Community Service provides support to transitioning Civilians and Service Members.
*Risk Reduction Program
Risk assessements and education with focus on Readiness. Conduct Unit Risk Inventory for units.
*Sexually Transmitted Infections
Provides HIV/Sexually Transmitted Infections classes to units and individuals. Provides education, counseling, contact investigaton, and follow-up service support for all positive results. Provided by Army Public Health Nursing.
*Suicide Prevention Program
Provides resources for suicide intervention skills, prevention, and follow-up, in an effort to reduce the occurrence of suicidal behavior.
*Tobacco Cessation Program
Provides educational techniques, skills , and medical assistance to help participants quit smoking. Civilians eligible for information. Service Members, Retirees and Families are eligible for prescription assistance.
*Transition Assistance Program (Soldier-For Life TAP)
Individual or group transition preparation. Available employment assistance through briefings, workshops, seminars, and classes on employment realted topics. On-on-one mentoring with experienced counselor.
*Tricare International
Enrolls Service members, their families, and other benificiaries into TRICARE. Assistance with TRICARE and Military Health System inquiries and concerns. Assistance with resolving health-care collection- related issues. Assistance with determining status of referrals and authorizations for care at host-nation hospitals. Assitance with arranging OB/GYN Tours to host-nation hospitals.
*Tuberculosis Evaluation
Ensures timely initial evaluation for Tuberculosis and provides effective education and counseling to ensure appropriate completion of preventive treatment.
*United Service Organization (USO)
Supports Service members with programs and services that keep them connected to family , home, and country throughout their time of service.
*Women Infants and Children (WIC)
Supplemental nutritional program for women and children
8th Army Newcomers Website
Soldiers and Families identified to PCS to Korea are highly encouraged to visit 8th Army's Newcomers section on the Official Home Page of the Eighth Army The Korean peninsula has undergone major transformations and this website is designed to assist Soldiers and Families with a before travel and in-processing guide. This website also serves as an online One-Stop where personnel can connect and learn about the programs and services offered in their future community.
American Red Cross
For Emergency Communication Message Assitance: Contact the American Red Cross Hero Care Center 24/7 at 1-877-272-3337 or online at https://www.redcross.org/get-help/military-families/emergency-communication.html For financial assitance: AS Building 4106 DSN 738-7505 For Red Cross programs and services: American Red Cross-Camp Casey DSN 730-3184, commercial 0503-330-3784
Army Community Service
Army Community Service (ACS) provides a wide range of information and services for Soldiers and Family members. The program supports the ACS mission of building self-reliance, resiliency, and stability. ACS programs include: * Army Emergency Relief * Army Family Action Plan * Army Family Team Building * Army Volunteer Corps * Deployment and Mobilization Program * Employment Readiness Program * ACS Exception Family Member Program * ACS Family Advocacy Program * Financial Readiness Program * Information and Referral & Follow-Up * Relocation Readiness Program
Army Community Service
ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF FINANCIAL READINESS MOBILIZATION & DEPLOYMENT RELOCATION SERVICES ARMY VOLUNTEER CORPS MILITARY FAMILY LIFE COUNSELOR(MFLC) FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM
Audiology Clinic
Provide hearing test and audiology consults requested by PCM.
Central Appointments Line
Call to schedule a routine appointments at the Casey medical clinic.
Domestic Violence Hotline
Call to report instances of domestic violence and domestic abuse. Victim Advocacy available 24/7.
Drivers License Testing
Application for SOFA licenscing
Family Advocacy Program
Aims to prevent domestic and child abuse through education, prompt reporting, and intervention. Provides a variety of services to Service Members and their Families to enhance relationship and parenting skills and to improve quality of lilfe.
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.
Housing Office
ARMY BARRACKS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (ABMP) UNACCOMPANIED HOUSING – SENIOR LEADERS QUARTERS FURNISHING MANAGEMENT BRANCH ENTERPRISE MILITARY HOUSING (eMH) TRAINING
Immunization Clinic
Provide immunization services to beneficiaries.
Medical Clinic
Camp Casey Health Clinic is a Patient Centered Medical Home primary care clinic based on the principles of access to care, continuity of care, and patient satisfaction. Customers can make appointments with Tricare Online, by calling our front desk (737-2762/2763), or by contacting central appointments (737-2273). We do not have emergency services, but for medical concerns that cannot wait until the next business day, the Triage and Transport Center (TTC) is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (737-6142) for medical advice or transport to emergency services if needed. We are proud to serve you.
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 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.
Off Base Hospitals
Navigating Korean Hospitals Handbook We understand that seeking and receiving healthcare in a foreign country at a civilian hospital can cause hesitancy and concerns because of language barriers, transportation challenges, and stress associated with navigating in an unfamiliar environment and healthcare system. Korean network hospitals are part of our network, and together with their international clinics provide the highest quality healthcare available on the Korean Peninsula. All TRICARE Network Hospitals are accredited by the Joint Commission International or the Korean Hospital Association. You may be pleasantly surprised to know that many of the medical staff speak English and a significant number were trained in the United States.
Optometry Clinic
Provide vision screening to service members. Provide care as required and available.
Pharmacy
Provide prescriptions and other items as requested by PCM.
Physical Therapy Clinic
Provide physical therapy to assist Soldiers in Medical Readiness.
Privately Owned Fire Arms
Privately Owned Fire Arms are not authorized are not authorized on the Korean Peninsula.
Radiology Clinic
Provide radiological services requested by PCM.
Retirement Services Office Korea
Serving U.S. Military Retirees, their Dependents and Survivors throughout the Republic of Korea. The Mission of the Retirement Services Offices in Korea is to provide counseling and assistance to Retirees, widows, widowers, survivors, and Family members from all branches concerning rights, benefits, and entitlements.
Schools
Camp Casey DODEA schools have closed due to unaccompanied tour requirements. USAG Yongsan schools are in the process of closing due to base realignment. Visit http://www.dodea.edu/Pacific/west/schools-by-district.cfm for information regarding school status.
Sexual Assault Hotline
Call to report instances of sexual assault. Victim Advocacy is availible 24/7.
Sexual Assault Reponse and Prevention
The Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Program (SARRP)) reinforces the Army's commitment to eliminate incidents of sexual assault through a comprehensive policy that centers on awareness and prevention, training and education, victim advocacy, response, reporting, and accountability. Additionally, the policy promotes sensitive care and confidential reporting for victims of sexual assault and accountability for those who commit these crimes. Individual Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) are assigned to individual units.
Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Prevention (SHARP) Hotline
Assists with reporting options, provides information and referral to victims of sexual assault, provides education about offender tactics, how to intervene to stop sexual assaults from occurring, and how to report an incident.
Theater Reception
Soldiers will arrive via Incheon International Airport or Osan Air Base (Patriot Express). The following procedures are in place to facilitate your PCS. Soldiers PCSing to Korea are required to arrive Sunday through Thursday and not on a Friday, Saturday, or the day before a Federal Holiday. If the latest Report Date identified on your Orders falls on one of the previously stated days, you will be required to arrive on the last day of the weekend or Federal Holiday. Upon arrival at Incheon International/Osan AFB (Patriot Express), Soldiers will report to the 19th Human Resources Company (19th HR) desk. At Incheon International Airport, the 19th HR desk is located at Alpha Gate, Arrivals, in Terminal 1 (exit #1). If a flight parks in Terminal 2, you must utilize the airport bus to travel to Terminal 1 with your baggage. The 19th HR will provide transportation from the airport to USAG Yongsan or Camp Casey, Korea. Traveling from the airport to USAG Yongsan or Camp Casey (or any other location) on your own is not reimbursable nor is it authorized. Sponsors are not authorized to pick up Inbound Personnel from Incheon International Airport/Osan AFB. In-processing through 19th HR is mandatory for all Inbound Personnel - regardless of Rank. Soldiers are required to hand carry the following Documents to Korea; PCS Orders, Leave Form (DA Form 31), Medical and Dental Records (unless servicing medical treatment facility (MTF) sends via certified mail, Military Personnel File (MPF) with records of emergency data (DD Form 93)and SGLV (SGLV FORM 8268-E), MOS Administrative Retention Review (MAR2)or Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) Proceedings for P3 or P4 Profile Personnel IAW AR 600-60 (Soldiers not boarded by a MAR2 Board are not authorized reassignment to Korea). Soldiers must complete mandatory USFK Reg 350-2 training requirements prior to arrival to the Theater. A completed training certificate will be required during Theater in-processing. To start your training visit the USFK home page at http://www.usfk.mil/Newcomers/Training. Problems accessing the USFK training module should be directed to the Help Desk at jkohelpdesk@jfcorn.mil or 757-203-5654/DSN 668-5654 if you have not received an account notification within 24hrs. The Supervisory Development Course (SDC) is highly recommended for any military members that will supervise Government civilians. Military personnel who supervise Civilian Employees are required to complete this course within six months but no later than 12 months after their assignment to a position where they are required to supervise Civilians. The course can be accessed at https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/chrtas/student/main.aspx
TMC Laboratory
Provide laboratory care to personnel as requested by PCM.
TMC Triage and Transport Center
24 hour Triage line.
VA Benefits Advisors
VA Benefits Advisors provide information and benefits assistance to Service Members, Veterans, and their families to ensure a smooth and successful transition to civilian life. We are trained in all VA benefits and services, and have experience with the nuances of eligibility and the application process. We provide the mandatory VA Benefits I and VA Benefits II Briefings for Service Members. We are available to provide individual assistance to help address specific questions about benefits and filing claims. We also provide briefings to various groups about VA Benefits and programs.
VISAS and Status of Forces agreement (SOFA) Stamp
A3 visas and status of forces agreement (SOFA) Stamp: Accompanying dependent family members are required to obtain A3 visa and SOFA Stamp within 90 days of arrival.
Worship Services
West Casey Chapel (730-3028) (Camp Casey Bldg 2348) Catholic Mass Sunday 0900 Protestant “Community” Sunday 1100 Latter Day Saints (LDS) Sunday 1400 Catholic Daily Mass Mon-Thur 1200 Hovey Chapel (Camp Hovey Bldg S3592) Protestant “Contemporary” Sunday 1030 Other Chapel Buildings: Stone Chapel; Memorial Chapel Future Possibilities: Church of Christ Service Friday Muslim “Jummah” Prayer Service