WIESBADEN, Germany – As the first of its kind in Europe, the Wiesbaden Resiliency Campus opened its doors on Sept. 7, 2022 with an unveiling ceremony and a “Resiliency Fair”. The concept of the garrison's resiliency campus is to consolidate the resiliency-based services in one area to make it easier for the customer.
“It’s a great day for the whole Wiesbaden community," said Col. David Mayfield, USAG Wiesbaden garrison commander, at the unveiling of the resiliency campus sign and informational fair.
The USAG Wiesbaden Resiliency Center at Building 1201, Clay Kaserne is now one step closer to creating conditions that ensure the Army can sustain readiness and modernize for the future. The Campus’ role focuses on the five pillars of comprehensive soldier fitness – physical, spiritual, emotional, fitness, family – and brings those support services together, collectively on one campus and under that confidentiality that the customer expects.
At the “Resiliency Fair” – the American Red Cross, Army Wellness Center (AWC), ACS- Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP), Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP), Behavioral Health Clinic, BOSS, Community Bank, Education Center, Outdoor Recreation, Religious Services Office, SHARP, Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care, USO and the Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic informed attendees about their respective support programs.