Presented by Army Resilience Directorate
Our first priority has always been Soldiers and their Families. While we continue to navigate through these unprecedented times, Family and MWR remains committed to keeping employees and patrons safe from COVID-19, and supporting Army communities’ health and resilience.
With guidance from the country’s best experts and in coordination with multiple echelons of the military and government, we have begun to offer more programs and services our patrons have come to expect and love. Rules like social distancing and enhanced cleaning requirements will remain in effect to help keep everyone virus-free.
We have developed a variety of resources to keep you connected, safe and active – available here in the Army Family and MWR Cares page menu.
"Protect yourself - so we can Protect the force - so the force can Protect our Nation"
- LTG Douglas M. Gabram, Commanding General U.S. Army Installation Management Command
September is Suicide Prevention Month, and the Army is focusing on “It’s the everyday, little things that matter.”
Daily, ‘small’ moments of connection, regardless of how insignificant you think they are, can have a huge impact on someone who may be struggling.
A simple phone call, an invitation to lunch, or meeting up with a friend for fun and laughter–small acts forge strong relationships that act as a protective factor against suicide and help people manage life’s daily stressors.
Strengthen your resilience by reinforcing your relationships through intentional, daily interactions.
To learn more, visit www.armyresilience.army.mil