Phone: (910) 396-6120/2808
Location: Soldier Support Center – 3rd Fl.
Normandy Drive, Fort Bragg (map)
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00
After 5 p.m. customers can obtain ACS information by contacting the FRG Center at 910-432-FRGC. The FRG Center is open M-F until 7 p.m. and is located in the basement of the Soldier Support Center.
Soldiers, Civilians and Family Members from Around the World
Our Purpose: Our purpose is to provide Active Duty, Reserve, and National Guard Soldiers and their families access to international services regardless of language and/or cultural differences. We strive to minimize cultural and language barriers while enhancing the quality of life by providing skills development and coping mechanisms to assist with minimizing the challenges language and cultural barriers can bring. We provide the opportunity for foreign born Soldiers and their family members to interact with others who are from their native countries as well as learn the culture of their new home, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
How we can help you: Do you need to enroll in English as a Second Language Course? Do you need to obtain your driver’s license? Do you have any immediate Immigration or Citizenship questions? Are you seeking employment? Perhaps you want a play morning for your kids or a parenting class. Do you have a family member with special needs ? A representative from the International Readiness Program can sit down with you and help you determine your needs for a smooth transition. Maybe a US Citizenship and Immigration Services Workshop will be appropriate for you. Maybe you need a document translated or you want to meet someone who shares your customs and language. Maybe you just want to know more about the activities and sites in the surrounding area. Let us know how we can make living at Fort Bragg and the Fayetteville community a better experience for you.
Education: The International Program has an Achievement Awards Program that assesses the individual needs of clients, develops independent curriculum that fits those needs and places individuals within ACS and Community educational programs. Each participantant’s progress is tracked to ensure their needs are met. Entrants receive Achievement Awards throughout their participation. After completing seven goals candidates receive a Completion Award at our annual graduation ceremony.
Do you have time to volunteer? Do you have skills and talents that you would like to share with others? Teach us customs and traditions from your hometown. Perhaps you can provide translation or interpretation from your native language for someone who is not comfortable speaking English. You could be a representative for your home country or state. When someone new arrives from your hometown you can be an ambassador and a mentor.