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  1. Oahu South Spouse Information Meeting (SIM) 13 Mar 13

  2. SIM Agenda • Opening Remarks (USAG-HI Commander / Senior Spouse) • Spotlight Brief – Family Advocacy • Spotlight Brief – Pre-PCS Info & HAZMAT • Spotlight Brief – Summer Programs • One Item of Interest to All (Service Providers) • North SIM Topic Annual Planner (Facilitator) • Closing Remarks (USAG-HI Commander / Senior Spouse)

  3. Spotlight Brief #1 Family Advocacy

  4. FAP Advocacy Program Ms. Cindy Morita, Family Advocacy Program Manager

  5. FAP Mission • Safety for Victims • Treatment for Victims and Offenders • Prevention and Education

  6. Investigation & Treatment Dept. of Social Work (DSW) • Investigate, case manage, and provide treatment for all allegations of child abuse and neglect and spouse abuse cases involving Soldiers and Family members as well as allegations that occur in DoD sanctioned activities. • Location: Tripler and Schofield Barracks Health Clinic Embedded Social Worker at the SB MP (limited) DSW Chief: COL Derrick Arincorayan (Tel. 433-6606) FAP Chief: LTC Fong (Tel. 433-5789)

  7. Prevention and Education ACS • New Parent Support Program (NPSP) • Parents with children ages 0-3 • License Clinical Social Worker and Nurses Home Visitors • SB Playmornings (New) • Prevention and Education Program • Life Skills Class • Annual Family Violence Troop Training • New Commander Training • Community Needs Assessment • Victim Advocacy Program (VAP) • Child Advocate Program (Non Crisis) • Locations: Building 2091 and Ft Shafter Aloha Center FAP Manager: Cindy Morita (Tel. 655-4778)

  8. Victim Advocacy Program • 24/7 Hotline - 624-SAFE • Safety (Primary) and Advocacy • Restricted/Unrestricted Reports • Transitional Compensation for Victims of Family Violence • Emergency (Safety) Temporary Shelter and/or referrals to longer term safehouse/shelter.

  9. Self Reported Stressors from Victims

  10. Category of Clients Served

  11. Referral Sources

  12. Reporting Procedures • RPOC for all reports of Child or Spouse Abuse is Military Police • 655-7114 for Schofield/WAAF/HMR • 438-7114 for Ft. Shafter/AMR/TAMC • Also contact Child Welfare Services: 832-5300 for Child Abuse

  13. Transitional Compensation • Paid when Service Member is separated from Army due to an issue of Family violence • 3 years of TC (Recent Change) • Terminated if couple reconciles • Must be married at time of incident and eligible children must be in home at time of the incident(s) • Includes ID cards, Medical and Dental benefits and access to exchanges/commissaries • Spouse not eligible if co-offender • Spouse must re-verify eligibility annually • Application Process. Contact VA or JAG for assistance.

  14. FAP Resources • Schofield Barracks Health Clinic: 433-8579 • TAMC FAP Clinic: 433-6606 • New Parent Support Program: 655-4787 • 24 Hour Victim Advocacy Response: 624-SAFE or 624-7233 • FAP Classes: 655-4ACS or 655-4227 or visit www.himwr.com.

  15. FAP Volunteers NeededApril is Child Abuse Prevention MonthBilingual Victim Volunteer Advocate AssistantUpcoming EventScream Marriage and Parenting – End of May

  16. Questions

  17. Spotlight Brief #2 PRE-PCS INFO & HAZMAT

  18. PRE-PCS CHECKLIST • Discuss move with Family • Request Sponsor • Plan Relocation Budget • Inventory Personal Property • Contact ACS Relocation Readiness • EFMP & Employment • Contact Transportation Office • Contact Housing Office (Destination) • Notify Housing Office/Landlord • Contact School (transfer or Hand • Carry School Records) • Make arrangements for shipping • POV • Contact Health Benefits Advisor • Take Pet to Vet and Make Arrangements • Travel • Arrange Temporary Lodging • Obtain temporary address or PO Box • in New Location • Contact Finance Office • Verify Moving schedule w/ Transportation • Arrange to cancel Utility Services and • Subscriptions • Refill Prescription Medications • Self, EFMP, Elder Parents • Clean out cleaning products (dispose)

  19. PRE-PCS POC Army Community Service Schofield Barracks Relocation Readiness Building 2091 Contact Info: (808) 655-4ACS (4227)

  20. Questions

  21. Spotlight Brief #3 CYSS SUMMER SESSIONS

  22. Child, Youth & School Services (CYS Services) CYSS Summer Sessions School Age Services Summer Fun Day Camp Begins 28 May 13 through 2 Aug 13 Summer Day Camp Program Registration: • 1 April 13 children currently enrolled in Before & After School programs • 1 May 13 all new patrons Middle School & Teen Programs In addition to open recreation, Teen Centers will offer an extended summer Camp from 1000-1300, Monday – Friday from 28 May 13 through 2 Aug 13 HIRED Program offers weekly and weekend apprenticeship opportunities for youth 15-18 during the summer months. UNCLASSIFIED Debra Blanchard/IMPC-HAW-MWC/(808) 656-0093 (DSN 456)/debra.l.blanchard2.naf@mail.mil 1 of 1

  23. Questions

  24. One Item of Interest to All (Service Providers)

  25. South SIM Topic Annual Planner

  26. End of Brief INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND “Sustain, Support and Defend”

  27. Family and MWR March Community Programs March 2nd Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday @ Army Hawaii Libraries March 2nd Ladies Golf Clinic @ Leilehua Golf Course March 2nd Intro to Stand-Up Paddleboarding I @ Outdoor Recreation Center March 4th Water Aerobics @ HMR and Tripler Pools March 6th Easter Egg Painting @ Schofield Barracks Arts & Crafts Center March 11th Teen Tech Week @ Sgt Yano Library March 15th St Paddy’s Day Foam Party @ Tropics Warrior Zone March 16th Intro to Surfing I @ Outdoor Recreation Center Visit : himwr.com For additional information and other programs

  28. Family and MWR March Community Programs March 18th -April 8th March Madness Viewing @Kolekole Bar & Grill- all ages OR @Tropics Warrior Zone 18+ March 20th Sit-Up Tournament @ Tripler Army Medical Center Physical Fitness Center March 29th USARPAC Pay Day Scramble @ Nagorski Golf Course March 29th Hawaiian Luau Lunch Buffet @ Kolekole Bar & Grill and Mulligan’s Bar & Grill March 30th LTS FunFest and Earth Day 2013 @ Weyand Field, Schofield Barracks March 31st Easter Brunch @ Nehelani and Hale Ikena Visit : himwr.com For additional information and other programs

  29. Family and MWR March Community Programs NEW March Activities NEW! Army Hawaii Indoor Soccer Tournament @ Martinez PFC Gymnasium, 655-0856 NEW! Strong B.A.N.D.S. “Kickin’ It Old School” @ Tripler Field, Tripler Army Medical Center and Takata Field, Fort Shafter, 655-0856 NEW! Army Hawaii Men's and Women's Intramural Softball League @ Takata Field, Ft. Shafter & Stoneman Complex, Schofield Barracks, 655-0856 NEW! Auto Body & Paint Service @ Schofield Barracks Auto Skills Center, 655-9868 NEW! Cosmic Bowling w/ DJ Derek Walker @ Fort Shafter Bowling Center, 438-6733 • BLUE STAR CARD - SPECIAL EVENTS & ACTIVITIES • March 12 Walk off the Wait-Mariners Ridge • March 23 Big R Easter Egg Hunt- Bennett Field Visit : himwr.com For additional information and other programs

  30. Family and MWR March Community Programs Additional Ways to Receive Information: Web: himwr.com “LIKE” MWR Hawaii Follow us @fmwrarmyhawaii Pinterest.com/fmwrhawaii