By Brenda Naki, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public AffairsFebruary 8, 2010
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii -- Do you want to be heard' Do you want your voice to count for programs and services provided by the Family Advocacy Program' Want a chance to win a $100 AAFES gift card'
If you answered yes to any of the above, visit the Family Advocacy Program personnel at Army Community Services on Schofield Barracks. You can fill out a Community Needs Assessment Survey in person, or on-line.
"Feedback from Soldiers and families is the most authentic way for their voices to be reflected in our programs and service delivery. This Community Needs Assessment will assist in providing better services for our Soldiers and Families in the Army Hawaii Community," said Regina Peirce, a Family Advocacy Prevention and Education Specialist.
The five main programs that Family Advocacy covers are the Exceptional Family Member Program; Education and Prevention Program; Victim Advocacy Program; Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program; and the New Parents Support Program.
The Community Needs Assessment Survey only takes a minute to complete. To make it even easier, the folks at ACS go to the Exchange, FRGs and to units with the survey, which can be filled out on the spot. Not only will you be a voice for your community, you could win a $100 AAFES gift card.
Over the next few days, the Family Advocacy Program will be wrapping up its Soldiers and Families survey that will provide feedback on services and programs. However, there is still time to en ter for the drawings. So don't delay; make your vote count toward improvements, changes or program evaluation by completing the survey today.
For questions regarding the survey, please contact Gina Peirce, Family Advocacy Program Senior Prevention Specialist, at 808-655-0596 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To speak with someone about other ACS programs, call 808-655-4ACS (655-4227).