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Community Health Promotion

The USAACE and Fort Rucker Community Health Promotion Council functions as the commanding general’s executive agency for the recommendation of priorities and the implementation, synchronization, reporting and assessment of all Ready and Resilient Campaign plan functions in order to ensure a ready and resilient force. The CHPC will synchronize R2C activities, assess and monitor installation high-risk mitigation strategies, improve readiness and resilience, and advance health promotion, risk reduction, and suicide prevention efforts throughout the USAACE and Fort Rucker Community. Read more about CHPC

Ready and Resilient

The Army promotes resiliency through the Ready and Resiliency Campaign. The Campaign integrates and synchronizes multiple efforts and initiatives to improve the readiness and resilience of the Total Army-Soldiers (active duty, Reserve, National Guard), Army civilians and Families. Ready and Resilient will build upon mental, physical, emotional, behavioral and spiritual resilience in our Soldiers, Families and Civilians to enhance their ability to manage the rigors and challenges of a demanding profession. At the heart of this initiative is a focus on building the personal as an enabler to achieving enhanced performance, which directly links to the increased readiness of the individual, their unit and the Total Army.

The Fort Rucker Family Resiliency Working Group created the Menu of Training Courses to provide a comprehensive guide to all the training opportunities on the Installation. This guide will provide basic information for courses such as course description, who can take the course, how long the course lasts and points of contact for each course. Our hope is that if you identify a need in your life that can be addressed though one of these courses, that you will contact the organization and sign up for one of our many training opportunities here on Fort Rucker. View PDF


The CHPC newsletter focuses on distributing valuable health and resiliency related messages to the community. The newsletter will be published once a quarter to furnish up-to-date, relevant information. Click here to view the Community Health Promotion Newsletter (PDF)

Fort Rucker Community Resource Guide

Community Resource GuideFort Rucker is committed to building a strong and healthy community that supports Military Service Members, Families, DA Civilians and Retirees. The Fort Rucker Community Resource Guide (PDF) is a reference tool for contacting agencies responsible for providing Families assistance. Off-post agencies are occasionally listed for information purposes to provide a full range of resources available within the Fort Rucker area. The inclusion or exclusion of any specific off-post agencies is not intended to imply an endorsement or lack of endorsement by Fort Rucker, the Department of the Army, or the Department of Defense. Click here to view the Fort Rucker Community Resource Guide (PDF)

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