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This facility has moved to K-16.

If you are new to USAG YONGSAN-CASEY and need information? check the slide below.

Mobilization, Deployment, and Stability Support Operations (MD&SSO) Program

For more information, please call 738-7036.  Training is available upon request for SFRG Leaders.

Army Volunteer Corps Program (AVC)

Services available for Yongsan and K-16.  Please contact the AVC Coordinator to schedule an appointment for OPOC training at 738-7036 or e-mail
Please make sure all of your volunteer hours are updated in VMIS so that we can make sure all of our volunteers get the credit for their outstanding contributions to our Yongsan-Casey and K-16 communities.  
The link to VMIS is:

Army Family Team Building

For more information call Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator Ms. Shaleena Thomasson at 738-7036.

Army Family Action Plan

The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) is your platform to voice quality-of-life issues, feedback, ideas, and suggestions. It’s the best way to let Army leadership know about what works, what doesn’t, and how you think problems can be resolved. 
K16 Spouse Coffee Talk and Couponing Social will be held on 1 December at 1000.  
Yongsan Community Coffee Talk will be held on Thursday 3 December at 1000.  Follow us on Facebook #YongsanACS.  
These meetings are to discuss issues, how to improve services for the community, and give the community a chance to socialize and make connections to support one another. Also, grab from our coupons and learn some tips on money saving techniques from our Financial Readiness Program Manager.  
You can point out issues by submitting an ICE comment under ‘Family’ ‘DFMWR Army Community Service: AFAP. The information you submit gives Army leadership insight and helps foster a satisfied, informed, and resilient Army Community.

Family Advocacy Program (FAP) 738-7505

Education for Professionals: Training for first responders & mandated reporters (Child and Youth Services, Medical, and Law enforcement personnel) and other community agencies on the identification, reporting, and treatment of domestic and child abuse; the referral process; available programs, services, and resources.
Stress Management: 
An interactive session to assist participants to recognize the symptoms, causes, and effects of stress and introduce an array of stress management techniques. 
Anger/Conflict Management: 
An interactive session to assist participants to recognize the symptoms, causes, and effects of anger and learn an array of anger management/conflict resolution strategies and techniques. 
Successful Co- Parenting (After or Before Divorce):
Divorce is a challenging experience for both parents and their children.  Many states require parenting courses that helps increase knowledge and resiliency in families that will be experiencing co-parenting.  This class may meet your state requirements.
Emergency Placement Care Training:
Are you looking for a way to make a difference in your community?  Providing a temporary safe home to children at risk of abuse and neglect may be an option for you. Please contact the Family Advocacy Program Manager at 738-7505.
*Group or Individual sessions for other Basic Life Skills are also available upon unit request or individual appointment. 
For more information on events, classes or unit request call the FAP Manager, Ms. Louise Gonel at 738-7505 or email

Army Emergency Relief (AER) Overview


Army Emergency Relief is the U.S. Army's own nonprofit organization dedicated to alleviating financial distress on the force. AER provides grants and zero-interest loans to Active Duty and Retired Soldiers and their Families. Over 4 million Soldiers supported since 1942. AER officers are conveniently located at installations around the world. Visit to learn more.

Education Programs

AER’s Education Program is a secondary mission to help Army Families with the costs of education. The three separate scholarship programs are:

Stateside Spouse Education Assistance Program
• Applicant must be the Spouse or widow(er) of an active duty or retired Soldier and reside in the United States. 
• Stateside applicants must be full time students. 
• First undergraduate degrees only.
• Active duty military personnel are not eligible.

Overseas Spouse Education Assistance Program Major General James Ursano Scholarship Fund for Dependent Children.

Overseas Spouse Education Assistance Program 
• Applicants must be a Spouse of an active duty Soldier assigned in Europe, Korea, Japan, or Okinawa. 
• Applicants must physically reside with the Soldier at the assigned location. 
• First undergraduate degrees only.
• Off post students are not eligible.
• Spouses may be part time or full time students.

Major General James Ursano Scholarship Fund for Dependant Children 
• Dependent children, stepchildren, or legally adopted children of Army Soldiers on active duty, retired or deceased while in active duty or retired status.

The children of Grey Area Reservists/National Guard are eligible as well.

Scholarship awards will be awarded up to half the cost of tuition. Scholarship awards are based on financial need, as evidenced by income, assets, Family size, and special circumstances.

Applications and instructions are available for all the scholarships on the AER website at

AER Resources and Forms

View all AER forms. 

Victim Advocacy Program

Required annually training for Soldiers, Senior Leaders, & Commanders IAW AR 608-18, Army Family Advocacy Program. Educates individuals on the dynamics of domestic and child abuse; command policy; community programs, services, resources; the identification, reporting, and referral process. 
Please contact DAVA Program at 738-7505 to sign your unit up for required training.

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Domestic Violence Victim Advocate Hotline for crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referral for victims. VA provides Restricted & Unrestricted Reporting Options. 
24/7 assistance call 
DSN: 153 or COMM: 050-3364-5997

New Parent Support Program

During COVID19, the health and safety of our community is our top priority. Weekly playgroup will be determined based on current situations.  Please contact ACS at 738-7505 to inquire. 
Please email or call Nurse Kim at 738-7505 for an individual & Group appointment.

Relocation Program

Lending Closet - If you are In/Out-Processing and need essentials like pots and pans, coffee maker and other kitchen items until your HHGs arrive or after your HHGs are picked up, stop by and borrow from our lending closet for up to 30 days. (Extensions granted for extenuating circumstances.) 
K-16 & Yongsan Newcomers Cultural Tours have been canceled due to COVID until further notice. Follow us on Facebook for more info.

Financial Readiness Program

One-on-one counseling and group education on personal finance is provided for Soldiers, Family members, and civilians in support of Unit Commanders, First Sergeants, FRGs, and more. 

  • Monthly ACS Financial & Budgeting Classes are open, for more information about the classes please contact the Yongsan-K-16 ACS.
  • *Objective Personal Financial Counseling is available at NO COST from an Accredited Financial Counselor. Contact your Financial Counselor at or 738-7505 at Yongsan ACS or 741-6718 at K-16 ACS.
Army Emergency Relief (AER) – Soldiers Taking Care of Soldiers

AER provides emergency financial assistance to active duty service members, their families, and retired service members and is located with ACS Financial Readiness.
Please contact ACS at 738-7505.  If it is after hours, on a weekend or holiday, Emergency Financial Assistance can be obtained from AER through the American Red Cross Call Center 1-877-272-7337 (or from DSN: 94 then 877-272-7337).
Financial Readiness Program Manager and AER Officer is available at K-16.  Contact ACS at 738-8861or 738-7505 for dates.

Employment Readiness Program

Employment assistance is available by appointment only. Please call 738-7036 or email to schedule an appointment. A Certified Federal Job Search and Career Trainer is available for Federal Resume classes/one-on-one appointments by request. 
Useful Employment Assistance and Websites    
Federal Government Jobs:
Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP):
AAFES Employment:
Civilian Intern Opportunities:
Korean National Recruitment System (Local nationals only):
Worldwide Medical, Dental & Behavioral Health Careers:
Military One Source:
Military Spouse Resources:

Military & Family Life Consultant Program

MFLC’s provide short term non-medical, situational, problem-solving counseling services to Service Members and their families.  Licensed counselors are available to meet individuals, couples, families or groups, and can meet anywhere on base except in housing.  All services are confidential and no records are maintained. 

Yongsan/K-16 Child MFLC: 010-4648-4060
Yongsan/K-16 Adult MFLC: 010-5909-1003
Camp Casey MFLC: 010-8251-9577

SHARP (Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Program)

The Armed Forces’ Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) Program is the Armed Forces’ integrated, proactive effort to end the crimes of sexual harassment and sexual assault within our ranks. Sexual harassment and sexual assault have no place in the Armed Forces. If you have been the victim of sexual harassment or sexual assault, you have a voice, you have rights, and we’re here to help.


The Armed Forces’ SHARP Program also:

  • Permeates the Armed Forces structure from the Pentagon down to the individual Soldier level.
  • Has full-time military and civilian staff at the brigade level and higher.
  • Promotes cultural change across the Armed Forces, with a vision toward a culture of dignity and respect in which Soldiers, Civilians and Family Members intervene in potential situations that could result in sexual harassment and sexual assault to protect one another.
  • Includes a comprehensive effort to educate leaders and Soldiers about sexual harassment and sexual assault.
  • Employs a concrete training program that teaches Soldiers and Civilians to be alert to serial offender tactics, to intervene to stop incidents and disrupt offenders, and where and how to seek help.
  • Provides commanders with the essential resources, education, and training they need to succeed in bringing an end to sexual harassment and sexual assault within their units and build a command culture in which these crimes are not tolerated.


We have certified Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) and Victim Advocates (VAs) available 24/7 to help with reporting, victim support, prevention, training, and awareness efforts.

For more information about SHARP, visit


More Helpful Resources:

  • U.S. Armed Forces Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program
  • U.S. DoD Sexual Assault Prevention & Response
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline: +1 (800)656-HOPE (4673) 
  • Center for Sex Offender Management 
  • Men Can Stop Rape +1(202) 265-6530
  • National Center on Domestic & Sexual Violence (military resources) +1 (512)407-9020 
  • National Sexual Violence Resource Center +1 (877)739-3895
  • Rape Abuse & Incest National Network +1 (800)656-4673 ext. 3 
  • Rape & Sexual Assault: Reporting to Police & Medical Attention, 1992-2000, Bureau of Justice Statistics, US DoJ
  • Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner/Sexual Assault Response Team
  • Sexual Assault State Coalitions

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