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19th ESC Surgeon Cell
Plan Health service support, PHA Phase II Screening, Vision screening, Medical in/out processing, Second opinion services, Medical Readiness Reports, Area IV P3T Program
19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command Volunteer Opportunity
Daechang Nursing Home Visit: History: Korean Young men and women were taken to Sakhalin Island (now in Russia) to provide forced labor. Most were unable to return to Korea after World War II. Almost 1,500 individuals returned to South Korea Beginning in 1985. The Daechang Nursing Home was established to care for the elderly people returning from the Sakhalin. The 19th ESC Command Chaplain’s Office sponsors a nursing home visit monthly to offer good will and care to the nursing home residents. Contact the 19ESC Chaplain Office for more information.
Accident Investigations
Conducts on-site investigations, provides guidance for unit investigations by reviewing report requirements and completeness. Provides accident investigations training upon request.
Adolescent Support and Counseling Services (ASACS)
Adolescent Support and Counseling Services- for counseling and prevention services.
Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program
Provide services which are adequate and responsive to emphasize alcohol and drug abuse deterrence, prevention, and education. Category: Alcohol Abuse, Drug and Substance Abuse
Ambulatory Care Clinic
Ambulatory Care and follow-up appointments provided on an outpatient basis, including diagnosis, observation, consultation, treatment, intervention and rehabilitation services.
Ambulatory Care -Wood Army Health Clinic, Camp Walker
Ambulatory Care and follow-up appointments provided on an outpatient basis, including diagnosis, observation, consultation, treatment, intervention and rehabilitation services.
Aquatics Center (swimming)
Sports and Recreation
Area IV On Base Emergency Camp Carroll
For Military Police, Fire Department or Ambulance Services.
Area IV On Base Emergency Camp Henry/ Camp Walker
For Military Police, Fire Department and Emergency Ambulance Services.
Area IV Taxi Service
Transportation to and from locations on and off Area IV Installations.
Army Community Services
ACS invites you into a world of education, opportunity and discovery while offering programs and services that promote self-reliance, resilience, and stability during war and peace. There are many programs and services ACS has to offer. •Army Family Action Plan •Army Family Team Building •Army Volunteer Corps •EFMP (Exceptional Family Member Program) •Employment Readiness •Family Advocacy Program •Family Enrichment Program •Financial Readiness •Information & Referral Program •Mobilization, Deployment, and Support Stability Operations •New Parent Support Program •Relocation Readiness Program •SHARP (Sexual Harassment, Assault Reporting & Prevention) •Soldier and Family Assistance Center •Survivor Outreach Services •Victim Advocacy Program
Army Education Center
Provides education opportunitis, resources and services to soldiers, civilians and their families.
Army Emergency Relief
Assistance with money management, credit management, planning, budgeting, and applying for Army Emergency Relief Loans and Grants.
Army Family Team Building Courses
Courses that familiarize participants with the Army lifestyle, language, programs, services, and other offerings. Oniine courses available at www.myarmyonesource.com. In person courses available upon request.
Army Lodging
For Change of station, temporary duty, or visiting.
Army PCS MOVE
The Household Goods (HHG) smartphone application; provide updated information on Soldier's and service provider's requirements, entitlements and polices. The HHG app provides essential knowledge and tips designed to educate Soldiers, Families, and the Department of the Army Civilians on moving HHG under a Permanent Change of Station (PCS). The HHG app is a knowledge-based information tool. The focused areas are entitlements, move types, plan/schedule your move, claims, special items, and moving references. It is an interactive app that helps anyone prepare for their PCS move. This app is developed with more practical and interactive functionality to assist with and improve the HHG movement process.
Army Volunteer Corps
Opportunities to volunteer develop management skills.
Arts and Crafts classes.
Special arts and crafts classes.
BAACH app
The BAACH app is designed to streamline care from Korean National community hospitals. It provides access to translation services and emergency rooms. It also provides a handbook for hospital selection. The BAACH app is useful throughout the Korean Peninsula and is accessible to Service Members and Civilians alike.
Behavioral Health
Provides CONFIDENTIAL assistance with and counseling to mitigate family issues, suicidal ideations, and other stressors while encouraging techniques to enhance resilience. Available to Soldiers. Dependants based on availability and/or referral.
BOSS Program - Area IV B.O.S.S.
Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers. Community Service Activities and Recreation and Leisure Events to enhance the quality of life. Tours, trips and other recreational activities.
Bowling Windy City Bowling
Leisure and Recreation
Camp Carroll Bowling Center
Recreation
Camp Carroll Commissary
Grocery
Camp Carroll Fitness Center
Sports and Recreation
Camp Carroll on Post Shuttle Bus
Installation transportation to and from locations on Camp Carroll only.
Camp Walker Commissary
Grocery
Chaplain Pastoral Counseling and Support Camp Walker
CONFIDENTIAL Individual , couple, and family pastoral care and pre-marital counseling. Counseling for combat stress. English Available, Contact for availability in Hangul. Unit Post-Deployment training.
Chaplain Services 19ESC Camp Henry
CONFIDENTIAL Individual , couple, and family pastoral care and pre-marital counseling. Counseling for combat stress, civilian spiritual and family support services.
Child Development Center (CDC)
Provides programs and educational activities for children ages 6 weeks - 5 years of age.
Claims for Damaged Property
Provides services to assist with the proper filing of claims for lost or damaged property.
Commercial Travel Office (CTO)
Travel plans, airline and train tickets.
Community Activity Center - Camp Carroll
Provides community members weekly tours to locations within and outside the country of Korea.
Community Activity Center - Camp Walker
Provides community members weekly tours to locations within and outside the country of Korea.
Community Activity Center - Chinhae
Provides community members weekly tours to locations within and outside the country of Korea.
Community Activity Support Camp Walker
Provides support for community-wide events such as festivals, contests, concerts, etc.
Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness Training
Assessment of and training for specific mental and physical resilience and performance enhancement techniques and skills.
Daegu Area Shuttle Bus - Camp Henry, Camp George Camp Walker
Transportation to and from Daegu area installations only.
Daegu Elementary School
Education
Daegu Middle High School
Education
Daegu Scouts
The Daegu Scouts, a consolidated site for all your child's Scouting needs within the Daegu and Area IV Community. Here you will find information on Boy Scouts Troop 81, Cub Scouts Pack 81, and Venture Crew 73.
DBIDS and Rations Card Service
Required for purchases at Exchangees and Commissaries
DEERS, CAC, ID Cards
Photo identification for access to base and services. Copy of Orders, Letter of Employment and/or sponsorship is required.
Dental Services Camp Carroll
Provides dental exams, cleanings, general dentistry, and emergency treatment.
Dental Services Camp Walker
Provides dental exams, cleanings, general dentistry, and emergency treatment.
Distance Learning DISTRIBUTED LEARNING SYSTEM (DLS)
Educational
Domestic Violence Victim Advocate
Support, counseling, and assistance for victims of domestic abuse.
Driver Testing and Licensing
Driving privledges within Rupublic of Korea
Drug Testing - Camp Henry
Administration of illegal substance examinations.
Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS)
Community-based, family-centered early intervention services provided in the child's natural enviroment at home and up to pre-school..
Educational Counseling
Provide adult educational counseling and advice for soldiers and civilians.
Emergency Assistance Training - Red Cross
Emergency Relief Services, Volunteer Programs, CPR training, etc provided by American Red Cross
Emergency Essential Personnel Examinations
Provides medial examinations to determine if employees can work in field condition during time of emergency
Employment Readiness Program
Army Community Services assist with resume writing, interview preparations, gaining meaningful employment, and increasing knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Equal Opportunity Office (Service Members)
Provides guidance and investigate Discrimination related concerns.
Ergonomic Workplace Risks Surveys
Identifies ergonomic risks during surveys. Performs in-depth ergonomic evaluations as needed. Conducted by Industrial Hygiene Office.
Evergreen Golf Club
9-Hole golf course for carts and walking.
Evergreen Golf Club Golf Proshop
Golf Proshop
Exceptional Family Member Program (Enrollment) - Camp Walker/Camp Carroll
Assistance with the program enrollment process and requirements.
Exceptional Family Member Program (Family Support) - Camp Henry
Assistance with document completion and clarification of requirements.
Exposure Assessment
Provides employees with follow-up for blood-borne pathogen exposure.
Eye hazards and protection.
Assesses and documents eye hazards, required eye protection and use. To mitigate eye/vision hazards, Identifies the need for illumination. Inspections conducted by Industrial Hygiene.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Provides prevention, education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention and treatment of spouse and/or child abuse.
Family Center and Lending Closet Camp Carroll
Provides a variety of household items to Service members and their families to use temporarily. The Relocation Readiness Program has an active Loan Closet that provides a loan service of basic household items designed to assist active duty, DoD civilians and their family members until arrival of their own hold baggage and household goods, or for departing personnel after shipment of goods prior to departure.
Family Center and Lending Closet Camp Henry
Army Community Services Provides a variety of household items to Service members and their families to use temporarily. The Relocation Readiness Program has an active Loan Closet that provides a loan service of basic household items designed to assist active duty, DoD civilians and their family members until arrival of their own hold baggage and household goods, or for departing personnel after shipment of goods prior to departure.
Family Life Chaplain
Spiritual, family and social wellbeing support.
Family Readiness Group (FRG) Training
Training for FRG Leadership and Family Members.
Family Readiness Group Training
Training for FRG Websites. FRG Essentials and classes. Learn about the key tasks of an FRG; how to establish and run an effective FRG; and about the roles and importance of FRG positions.
Financial Readiness Program
Army Community Service provides information on Financial Readiness: Designed to help participants use credit wisely in order to establish and maintain a good credit rating.
Fitness Center - Camp Carroll
Free Weights, Exercise Equipment, Basketball Court, Weight Belts, etc. Some age requirements apply for children.
Fitness Center - Camp Henry
Free Weights, Exercise Equipment, Basketball Court, Weight Belts, etc. Some age requirements apply for children.
Fitness Center - Chinhae
Free Weights, Exercise Equipment, Basketball Court, Weight Belts, etc. Some age requirements apply for children.
Fitness Classes
Fitness classes: Zumba, Mission Essential Fitness, Body Pump, Hip Hop Cycling and Abs, Cardio Boxing, and Circuit Training. Some age requirements apply.
Force Health Protection
Provides briefings on potential medical threats in area or on Peninsula with focus on preventive measures.
Health Outreach Programs
Teaches classes, provides displays for health fairs and community events, and supplies hand-outstand materials for health information events.
Health Screening and Consultation
Provides consultation and education regarding health issues, safety, medication administration, communicable diseases and blood-borne pathogens.
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.
Immunization Clinic -Wood Army Health Clinics
Immunizations
Immunization Clinic.
Immunization Clinic.
Immunization Screening
Provides immunization screenings to employees on area installations.
Industrial Hygiene Office
Evaluates hospital-unique exposures, hazardous drugs, blood-borne pathogens, waste anesthetic gases, and chemicals in clinic areas. Coordinates with Directorate of Public Works to determine feasible solutions to resolve IEQ problems regarding building or ventilation deficiencies.
Kelly Fitness Center
Sports and recreation
Korean Health Agency
Country Health Agency
Last Will and Testament, Adoption Paperwork, and Disposition of Property
Legal assistance with last will and testament, adoption paperwork, and disposition of personal property.
Legal Assistance Services (OSJA) Camp Carroll
CONFIDENTIAL one on one appointments with attorney to discuss legal issues.
Legal Assistance Services (OSJA) Camp Henry
CONFIDENTIAL one on one appointments with attorney to discuss legal issues
Legal Assistance Services (OSJA) Chinae
CONFIDENTIAL one on one appointments with attorney to discuss legal issues.
Library Services - Camp Carroll
Provides library services. Check out media. Reference assistance, story hour for children, internet service, and database research also available.
Library Services - Camp Walker
Check out media. Reference assistance, story hour for children, internet service, and database research also available.
Library Services - Chinhae
Provides library services. Check out media. Reference assistance, story hour for children, internet service, and database research also available.
Marital Relationship Training
Training for marital relationship provided by the Family Advocacy Program.
Medical Bus - Camp Walker, Camp Henry, Camp Carroll to Yongsan and Return
Transportation to and from Area IV installations to Yongsan (121st Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital).
Middle School Programs (MST)
Dependent children
Military and Family Life Counseling Program (MFLC)
Program addresses issues that occur across the military lifestyle and helps Service Members and their Families cope with normal reactions to the stress, separation, relationship issues, conflict resolution, reintegration and other stresses of military life.
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 (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.
Music Room Camp Walker
Provides music room for the community to use.
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.