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Janer recommends that Soldiers and their Families use the resources provided by the Family Readiness Groups and Army Community Services at their home base.
The need to provide respite care in conjunction with giving exceptional children at Fort Campbell a well rounded summer experience that is both safe and fun was first recognized as early as 1984 when the Army Community Services (ACS) and the hospital's EFMP teamed up to fill that need.
Much of the justification for the establishment of the Army Community and Family Support Center in 1984 resulted from the Soldier Support Center's sponsorship of an expanded Army Community Services program and various studies and programs related to the impact of Soldiers' service and sacrifice on Army families.
Leonard Toyer, a financial counselor with Army Community Services, but it will lessen the amount of debt servicemembers carry.
The curriculum has been developed with significant input from CFSC and staff members at Army Community Services (ACS) offices located at installations around the globe and builds upon the most successful elements of the local training that is currently provided.