The Resiliency Resource Room is a quiet wellness space complete with a state-of-the-art massage chair on Panzer Kazerne
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There is help. Appointments are open to TRICARE Beneficiaries.
Avoid heat-related illness and alcohol-caused injuries this summer by following these rules.
Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving. Help to make Stuttgart’s roadways safer by never driving after drinking.
One standard drink is 1.5 ounces of 80 proof liquor, 5 ounces of wine, or 12 ounces of beer.
ASAP training vision board sessions open to the community.
Laughter opens the lungs, ventilates the spirit, and brings life to the soul.
By Greg Jones
USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office
Comedian Bernie McGrenahan performed his “Happy Hour — Comedy is the Cure” show for Stuttgart audiences at the Patch Community Club and Kelley Theater April 18, providing comedic relief and Army Substance Abuse Program training all at the same time.
USAG Stuttgart Army Substance Abuse Program
The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence sponsors Alcohol Awareness Month in April to raise awareness while encouraging healthy and safe choices when it comes to the use of alcohol.
By USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office
Comedian Bernie McGrenahan will offer two special performances of his Happy Hour comedy show for service members in the Stuttgart military community April 18.
Whether the locals call it Carnaval, Carnevale, Fasching, Fasnacht or Vastenavond, carnival in Europe is a time when people tend to consume more beer, wine and liquor than usual.
The Institute of Medicine recently published a report on the current
level of substance use and misuse among active duty service members and
their dependents, labeling the situation as a public health crisis.
The garrison was awarded the 21st Annual Secretary of Defense Community Drug Awareness Award for fiscal year 2010.
A prescription drug and over-the-counter medication turn-in was held at the Panzer Mall to kick off Drug Awareness Month in October.
“DUI… it’s not worth it. Call a cab!” and “Choose your ride: Don’t Drink and Drive.”
These posters are located on every U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart
installation. What may not be so well-known is the impact they, along
with their creator, the garrison Army Substance Abuse Program, have on