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Col. Sean McBride, chief of staff, and sisters Isabella (left) and Luciana Duggan create their Domestic Violence Awareness Month close line project t-shirts, Oct. 2. Photo by John Reese, USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs

Domestic violence is never ‘okay’

Stuttgart Army Community Service Family Advocacy Program kicked off Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Oct. 2.

October 3, 2017 ×
10 ways to help kids conquer challenges of military life

10 ways to help kids conquer challenges of military life

These 10 tips, adapted from afterdeployment.org, may help you and your child adjust and thrive during military life changes.

April 23, 2016 ×
7 myths about the Legal Assistance Office explained

7 myths about the Legal Assistance Office explained

Common questions of the legal office from marriage, to power of attorney answered.

March 10, 2016 ×
Need help for a situation at work?

Need help for a situation at work?

The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Employee Assistance Program assists supervisors, managers and their employees with problems that may affect work performance, conduct, attendance, the work environment and/or quality of life. The EAP coordinator can provide free and confidential short-term counseling, community referrals, coordination with alcohol/drug treatment, management consultations and training….

July 30, 2014 ×
Need help from the Employee Assistance Program?

Need help from the Employee Assistance Program?

The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart assists supervisors, managers and their employees with problems that may affect work performance, conduct, attendance, the work environment and/or quality of life. The EAP coordinator can provide free and confidential short-term counseling, community referrals, coordination with alcohol/drug treatment, management consultations and training. For more information,…

March 5, 2014 ×
MFLCs help weather bad times

MFLCs help weather bad times

Military and Family Life Consultants are licensed clinicians who provide non-medical counseling services to members of the military community. Many consultants are embedded in local schools and commands. Consultations with MFLCs are both free and anonymous; no records will be kept. However, they do maintain a duty to warn obligation…

January 21, 2014 ×