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Community Health Promotion Council LogoThe 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.

The Community Health Promotion Council seeks to integrate and consolidate all prevention, health and holistic programs on the installation. Additionally, the CHPC identifies gaps and overlaps in health and well-being services in order to support the needs of the Fort Rucker Community.

Our goals are to make the community aware of health and wellness resources and, through the CHPC, ensure that all programs work together on significant issues such as suicide, substance abuse, financial problems, and marital problems.

The CHPC supports the Five Pillars of Resiliency from the Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness Program:

  1. Physical Resiliency- performing and excelling in physical activities that require aerobic fitness, endurance, strength, healthy body composition and flexibility derived through exercise, nutrition and training.
  2. Emotional Resiliency- approaching life's challenges in a positive, optimistic way by demonstrating self-control, stamina and good character with your choices and actions.
  3. Social Resiliency- developing and maintaining trusted, valued relationships and friendships that are personally fulfilling and foster good communication including a comfortable exchange of ideas, views and experiences.
  4. Family Resiliency- being part of a family unit that is safe, supportive and loving, and provides the resources needed for all members to live in a healthy and secure environment.
  5. Spiritual Resiliency- strengthening a set of beliefs, principles or values that sustain a person beyond family, institutional and societal sources of strength.

USAACE Community Health Promotion is overseen by the Community Readiness and Resiliency Integrator (CR2I).

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