Fort Bragg’s most recent signing of our Army Family Covenant (view photos from this event) took place on October 29, 2013 at 4 pm at the Fort Bragg Club. By signing the AFC, Fort Bragg commanders will re-commit themselves to providing the best services and support programs available to the Army Families of Fort Bragg. The AFC is a formal contract that serves as a public declaration of Fort Bragg’s support to its Soldiers and Families. Our first Fort Bragg AFC was signed in November 2007.
The first Fort Bragg Army Family Covenant signing ceremony (view photos from this event), held on November 20, 2007 at 10 a.m., took place at the Casablanca Community Center, where Fort Bragg leadership pledged to support and honor Families as Soldiers continue to fight the Global War on Terrorism… (more)
Army Family Covenant
- the commitment and increasing sacrifices that our Families are making every day.
- the strength of our Soldiers comes from the strength of their Families.
We are committed to…
- providing Soldiers and Families a Quality of Life that is commensurate with their service.
- providing our families a strong, supportive environment where they can thrive.
- building a partnership with Army families that enhances their strength and resilience.
We are committed to improving Family readiness by:
- Standardizing and funding existing Family programs and services.
- Increasing accessibility and quality of health care
- Improving Soldier and Family housing
- Ensuring excellence in schools, youth services and child care
- Expanding education and employment opportunities for Family members
How Fort Bragg keeps the Covenant
MWR’s Recreation Division continues to offer the highest quality fitness opportunities to Fort Bragg families. We’ve added additional fitness equipment (15 spinning bikes, 20 tread climbers, 20 steppers) to the PFCs, increased funding for more fitness & aquatic programs, instructors and competitions and expanded hours of operation.
Child & Youth Services
Group care is provided for mandatory deployment meetings, FRG meetings and memorials. Other measures include hourly respite care, part-day/full-day care discounts, free instructional classes and sports activities, and new/improved facilities. Click here for more information.
Army Community Services
ACS is offering expanded resource libraries for FRGs, the Army Integrated Family Support Network (AIFSN), Military Family Life Consultants, more satellite offices, EFMP respite care and a New Parent Support Staff. New initiatives include New Unit Service Coordinators, a Harvest Food Bank (AER), National Endowment for Financial Education (teens), Gold Star Program, Soldier & Family Assistance Center, EFMP Special Needs Camp and Enrichment Programs, Community Readiness Fairs and assistance with home-based employment.