The mission of the Army Strong Community Center (ASCC) is to develop resilient Families through effective community partnerships, thus enhancing the strength of our total force and the communities where they live.
The ASCC is an element of the Virtual Installation initiative that was created to fill gaps in services and to support geographically-dispersed Families.
The ASCC supports ALL branches of the Military, Veterans, Retirees and their Families by working one-on-one through every situation until a resolution has been reached.
Support is provided by experienced and knowledgeable staff, delivered with a personal touch and excellent technological capabilities.
The ASCC provides resources and support to Military Members and Families in the community closest to where they live.
The ASCC provides responsive services to Military Members and Families at the same level of access to support and resources available on a military installation.
The ASCC builds community capacity and fosters effective Federal, State and Community Partnerships as well as cooperative service organizations.
These partnerships foster and support the strength, resilience and readiness of Military Members and their Families.
- Benefits and Entitlements
- TRICARE (Medical and Dental information)
- VA Benefits (including GI Bill)
- Web Access for Military Members and Families
- Employment/Resume Assistance
- Emergency Assistance
- Community Resources
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Family Management
- Suicide Awareness
- Financial Assistance
- Legal Assistance
- Food, Clothing and Housing
- Lending Library
- Children’s Play Area
- Internet-Enabled Computer
- Unit/Family Day
The Army Strong Community Center welcomes volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering your time to help support Military Members and their Families, please contact the ASCC.
Partner with the ASCC!!
Many community agencies and businesses have offered discounts or special services to Military Members and their Families. If your organization has an idea, please contact the ASCC.