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Army MWR Cares

Stay engaged – with Army MWR Cares presented by SHARP!

Army MWR programs and events keep you up to date with what’s going on – and keep you active in the life of the community. Not sure what’s happening around you? Check out MWR!

Resiliency – being able to work through the things life throws our way – is crucial to living a fulfilling life. A great way to build it is by putting together fulfilling relationships and life activities.

We invite you to discover all that Army MWR has to offer and to get involved– there’s plenty to do!

Looking for your next adventure? Check out some of these Family & MWR programs for a start:


  • Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) – Join up for service, leadership, and fun with other single Soldiers
  • ·Army MWR Libraries Learn something new with the wealth of physical and virtual library offerings
  • Sports, Fitness & Aquatics Stay fit and feel great at MWR fitness facilities
  • Arts & Crafts Create something beautiful to keep or give away – with your own hands
  • Auto Skills Get your vehicle in shape and save money…and maybe learn a new skill
  • Outdoor Recreation Experience the great outdoors
  • Financial Readiness – Give your checkbook a tune-up and make a plan for your financial future
  • Army Community Service –  Take advantage of the wide range of ACS resources, including the New Parent Support Program, Relocation Readiness Program, Employment Readiness Program, Survivor Outreach Services (SOS), Family Advocacy Program and more


Stay engaged in your community. Reach out to your friends and loved ones. Keep healthy and strong.


Army MWR Cares presented by SHARP – We help you stay informed, active, and connected with your military community.




Be an active participant. Step up and intervene to prevent sexual harassment and sexual assault.

The Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program Office directs the Army’s efforts in the prevention of and response to sexual harassment, sexual assault, and associated retaliatory behaviors.

Bystander Intervention Benefits Victims

Bystander intervention plays a major role in the Army’s approach to sexual violence prevention. If you witness sexual harassment or sexual assault, interrupt the situation. You can make a difference through safe intervention. You have the potential to discourage or prevent an incident.

Intervention discourages victim-blaming and makes sexual violence a community problem, rather than an individual problem. When bystanders become allies in preventing sexual violence, they can help change social and community norms in the Army.

DOD Safe Helpline

Our DOD Safe Helpline services are anonymous and confidential and are tailored to support members of the DOD community affected by sexual harassment and sexual assault.

DOD Safe Helpline 101

DOD Safe Helpline 101 provides a comprehensive overview of DOD Safe Helpline, including services offered and information about our secure technology platform. DOD Self Helpline 101 also offers steps to protect the privacy and confidentiality of users. In addition, this program describes how DOD Safe Helpline services expand and support Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) in their efforts to meet the needs of sexual assault survivors on their installations.

For more information on DOD Safe Helpline 101, visit: https://safehelpline. org/101.

DOD Safe Helpline App

The DOD Safe Helpline app is a free mobile resource created to meet the unique needs of the DOD community affected by sexual assault. Through the app, you can access:

  • DOD Safe Helpline’s 24/7 Telephone Helpline via VoIP technology.
  • DOD Safe Helpline’s 24/7 Online Helpline.
  • Peer-to-peer support through Safe HelpRoom.
  • Self-paced educational programs.
  • DOD Safe Helpline’s database of military responders and local civilian sexual assault service providers.
  • Self-care activities including a PIN-protected journal, digital coloring book and personalized self-care plans.
  • Guided relaxation exercises.
  • Peer-to-peer support through Safe HelpRoom.


To download the DOD Safe Helpline app for direct access to chat and text, and to get additional resources, visit:, or call +1(877) 995-5247

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