Over the last several years, the Department of Defense Education Activity has made a concerted effort to improve student literacy.
“I’m glad I live here,” once just a nice slogan that we aspired to, has become our anchor.
In 2019, 643 registered volunteers collectively logged 65,272 hours, which converts to $1,659,867 in labor saved for the garrison.
Preventive Medicine and Veterinary Services work closely together under the umbrella of Public Health.
Those who fall under SOFA are eligible for a variety of tax relief.
Community members with legal questions can make an appointment with the Stuttgart Law Center.
Equality events, planned by garrison equal opportunity staff and the religious support office, offer community members a place for dialogue on discrimination.
In addition to veterinary clinics, the Stuttgart area has a good selection of pet stores, boarding facilities, and dog groomers.
Upon arrival in Stuttgart, Tricare beneficiaries need to complete a local enrollment as part of their healthcare in-processing.
If there is anything that the School Liaison Office can do to help ease your transition to USAG Stuttgart, please contact us.
U.S. Army Garrison Commander Col. Jason Condrey welcomes newcomers and encourages them to make use of the new, virtual in-processing procedures.
Sponsors are an important and helpful part of settling into a new place.
Obtaining a USAREUR driver’s license, registering a vehicle, and being issued a ration card are all part of the larger in-processing experience organized by the Central Processing Facility.
Being mindful of some small differences to living in Germany can make a big difference in transitioning well.
A learning and literacy program for young children.