Fort Bragg Army Community Service is proud to celebrate 53 years of service to our Soldiers and their Families.
Since 1965, ACS has become the military community’s “go-to” resource, providing a wealth of crucial services to the service members and Families at the largest, most dynamic and deployable installation in the Army. All of ACS’s services are free and available to active and reserve components, as well as retirees, civilian employees and Family members. ACS consistently provides services designed to help military Families through a wide-range of life situations. These programs help ease the stress of relocation with information and resources; advocate for and educate the community about spouse and child abuse prevention; offer financial briefings and assist with pre- and post-deployment needs; provide advocacy for exceptional Family members; provide resilience and new spouse training opportunities; offer assistance for wounded warriors and survivors of the fallen; as well as provide critical support to many local organizations in need of volunteers and help match job seekers with employment needs within the community. Every Family faces unique and significant situations requiring a flexible and responsive network of resources to assist. Fort Bragg ACS has been that reliable network of caring professionals available to support the Soldiers and Families within our community through every stage of military life. Accessible via the free “Fort Bragg ACS” mobile app, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @FortBraggACS, the Soldier Support Center, 3rd floor on post and via phone at (910) 396-8682/8683, come see us and to learn what we can do for you! Don’t forget to stop by the
Soldier Support Center main entrance July 25 from 10 am – 2 pm to help us celebrate our 53 years of service to our military community! Find lots of great information and resources, give-a-ways, cupcakes, balloons and door prizes! See you there!