Services and Facilities
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE
Army Community Service (ACS) Center is located at 9800 Belvoir Rd, Bldg 200. ACS is dedicated to improving the quality of life of military Families through education, information and support services. ACS offers many programs and services that are designed to equip Soldiers, Retirees, Department of Defense (DoD) Civilians, and Families with the skills, knowledge and support they need to face the challenges of military life. Call (703) 805-4590.
Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) is a grassroots, Army-wide initiative to identify and prioritize issues to enhance standards of living for Soldiers and their Families. The AFAP provides the Army community a “voice” in shaping their standards of living and identifying issues related to the current environment. Call (703) 805-4152.
Army Family Team Building (AFTB) is a Family resiliency and readiness training program that provides participants with an understanding of Army culture, and the skills and resources they need to become self-reliant, self-sufficient members of the military community. Call (703) 805-1150.
Army Volunteer Corps Program (AVCP) promotes and strengthens volunteerism by uniting community volunteer efforts, supporting professional management, enhancing volunteer career mobility and establishing volunteer partnerships to support individual personal growth and life-long volunteer commitment. Call (703) 805-4152.
Community Information Services (CIS) provides an extensive resource listing for a variety of agencies in the military and civilian community, and links Soldiers and Families with available and appropriate resources to meet their needs. Call (703) 805-4590/5056.
Employment Readiness Program (ERP) assists Soldiers, Retirees, DoD Civilians and their Family members in acquiring skills, networks and resources that will allow them join the work force and develop a career plan. Workshops are held regularly on such topics as local area job search, career development, federal employment application, resume preparation and a variety of other job-related subjects. Call (703) 805-2605/1836.
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) offers support, education, information, systems navigation, referrals, and more to Families with a special-needs child or spouse. The EFMP Respite Care program provides temporary rest periods for Family members responsible for the regular care of persons with disabilities. Call (703) 805-5435/3436.
Family Advocacy Program (FAP) provides educational programs and support services aimed at strengthening Family relationships and alleviating the stress of everyday Family life. Educational programs are offered both as a part of regular military unit training and for the community through workshops and seminars. Call (703) 805-2693
**After hours on-call number for victims of domestic violence is (703) 229-2374.
Financial Readiness Program (FRP) provides counseling, consumer education classes, debt liquidation, emergency food assistance, and more, to Soldiers, Retirees, Department of Defense (DoD) Civilians, and Families. Call (703) 805-1833.
Military & Family Life Counselor (MFLC) provides short term, situational, problem-solving counseling services to Service Members and their Families. MFLCs assist with the impact of deployments, family reunions following deployments, and the stresses of military life. Call (703) 414-9887.
Mobilization & Deployment Readiness Program (MDRP) provides deployment assistance to Soldiers, DoD Civilians, and Family members throughout the Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) cycle to promote positive adjustment to deployment, Family separation, and Family reunion. Call (703) 805-5683.
New Parent Support Program (NPSP) offers supportive and caring services to military Families with children from prenatal to three years of age. NPSP provides opportunities to learn to cope with stress, isolation, post-deployment, reunions and the everyday demands of parenthood. The NPSP professional social workers and nurses offer a variety of programs such as home visits, parenting classes, playgroup, infant massage, and stroller walking group.
Relocation Assistance Program (RAP) provides PCS information, relocation classes, temporary use of household goods through the Lending Closet, Welcome Packets and presents the monthly Newcomers Orientation. Call (703) 805-5058/3436
Soldier & Family Assistance Center (SFAC) provides comprehensive and specialized services to support the needs of Warriors in Transition (WT) and their Families. The center offers an environment where Warriors and their Family members can gather to foster physical, spiritual and mental healing. Call 571-231-7000/7001.
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) is the Army’s commitment to Families of the Fallen and provides services to Survivors, regardless of service component (active, retired, guard, reserve), cause or location of death. SOS is a “One Army” program that serves as the long term support portion of the overall Army casualty continuum of care, fulfilling the promise that honors Survivors and assuring them that they remain part of the Army Family for as long as they desire. Call (703) 805-5487/1827.
Women, Infants & Children (WIC) is a special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants and children. WIC is a short-term intervention program designed to improve nutrition and health behaviors of those eligible for WIC. Call (703) 781-6509.
Located along Gunston Road, the Auto Shop is an economical way to take care of your car. The key to keeping your vehicle reliable is regular maintenance. The Auto Shop makes it easy and affordable by providing 13 bays and 7 lifts, many supplies and expert advice. Some maintenance services are also available. Safety classes are required for new users. Call (703) 806-4645/4088.
Self-Service Car Wash
The car wash is located on Gorgas Road, building 2318, and is open 24 hours. Choose from 3 wash bays and 4 vacuum stations. The machines only accept tokens which can be purchased on the premises using cash. A change machine is also available. Call (703) 806-4645/4088.
The whole family can bowl at the fully modernized Fort Belvoir Bowling Center. Automatic bumpers and ramps make it fun for the whole family, from age 1 to 99 so come and enjoy a fun day of bowling with family and friends. The Bowling Center also hosts several leagues for exciting competition. Party packages are offered for everything from children’s birthdays to office teambuilding events. Handmade, flame-grilled burgers are special at the Vortex Grill which also offers fresh salads and wraps.
The center is open 7 days a week and is located at 5975 Middleton Road, building 1199. Call (703) 805-2991. Also visit www.belvoirmwr.com for more information and updates.
Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) is a program that supports the overall quality of single Soldiers’ lives. BOSS identifies well-being issues and concerns by recommending improvements through the chain of command. BOSS encourages and assists single Soldiers in identifying and planning for recreational and leisure activities. Additionally, it gives single Soldiers the opportunity to participate in and contribute to their respective communities. The BOSS Center, located at 2115 Abbot Rd (near Abbot Rd and Wills Rd), is also a great place to socialize and reconnect with fellow service members and relax in a comfortable environment with a large screen TV, DVD players w/ DVD Library, Wi-Fi, gaming systems with a game library and a pool table. Call (703) 806-5225.
The Fort Belvoir Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation has a 24,000 square foot community center that is located just within Pence Gate off of the roundabout on Taylor Road. The Community Center is open Monday through Saturday 0800-2000. The Community Center boasts a video game room and three music rooms that are free for use. Want to touch up on your piano, drum or guitar skills? The center also offers multiple music lessons by qualified instructors. Seasonally the center offers multiple classes to include yoga and dance lessons. The center hosts numerous community and private events as well as multiple command functions annually. It is also home to the Bozzelli’s Deli for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Call (703) 805-3714. Also visit www.belvoirmwr.com for more information and updates.
Leisure Travel Services (LTS)
If you are planning a vacation, taking in a movie or visiting a theme park you should visit the Leisure Travel Services (LTS) office, located in the Community Center. The LTS office offers discounted movie tickets, vacation packages as well as hundreds of theme park and entertainment options within the Continental United States. LTS hours are Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. the 2nd week in September through February, and 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. from March to Labor Day. The LTS office is closed on federal holidays except on Independence Day (open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.), Memorial Day (open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) and Labor Day (open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Call (703) 805-3714. Also visit www.belvoirmwr.com for more information and updates!
The Community Center Lounge
Visit the Community Center Lounge, located in the Community Center. The lounge is open Wednesdays, 4 to 9 p.m., Thursdays and Fridays, 4 to 10 p.m. Featured are a DJ for your dancing pleasure, drink specials and complimentary munchies. For more information please call (703) 780-0930 ext 600.
CHILD, YOUTH AND SCHOOL SERVICES
CYSS offers a variety of Family support programs including child care, recreation, socialization and development for children of all ages. The Child Development Centers (CDC) provide full-day and hourly care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years. The Markham School Age Center (SAC) offers full-day, hourly and before/after school care for children from K - 6th grade. During the school year they have a part-day preschool program for children 3 - 5 years. Another option is the Family Child Care (FCC) Program which is geared toward children 6 weeks to 12 years old. This program offers a safe environment in a home setting for a small ratio of children. If your child is in the 6th grade or older, the Youth Center (YC) is available to them. The Youth Center sponsors a variety of programs offering youth opportunities in life skills, citizenship, leadership, recreation and arts. CYSS provides a safe, healthy environment, enriching activities, and warm, loving care for every child. It is important to know that all of the services provided through CYSS require registration with Parent Central prior to the first use. For questions about registration, please call (703) 805-1908.
Fort Belvoir Golf Course features two 18-hole championship golf courses. The Golf staff is happy to have the opportunity to serve the avid to aspiring golfer, regardless of skill level. The two challenging courses are open every day of the year with exception of certain holidays and weather conditions. On site is the Pro Shop offering the most current golf equipment and clothing that any golfer would want. For more details regarding membership and course layout, please visit the Belvoir Golf Club’s website at belvoirmwr.com/Golf.
The Golf Clubhouse offers an inviting place to relax and enjoy great food and drink after a round of golf, while providing beautiful views of the surrounding natural setting. The clubhouse offers a buffet lunch during the week and is also available for meetings, golf group outings and catered events such as weddings, retirements and promotions. Call (703) 806-5878.
Fort Belvoir’s Van Noy Library has a variety of popular books and reference materials both in print and online. The library offers current best selling fiction and non-fiction, classic literature, CD audio books, DVDs, magazines and newspapers. Registered borrowers may download e-books and audio books. Van Noy has something for every age and interest including a children’s library and a young adult collection. Public computers are available for authorized library patrons to use the internet or use MS Office applications. Online databases have dozens of resources such as encyclopedias, journal articles, automobile repair manuals, college prep tests, student resources, and language learning modules. Registered library users may access the online materials from a home computer. The library has Wi-Fi for those who bring in their laptops or other mobile devices. The Library is closed Mondays. Call (703) 806-3323.
Located near Walker Gate at Dogue Creek with the beautiful Potomac River in the background, Fort Belvoir’s Marina offers a unique boating experience. For those who prefer to fish or stay close to nature, this area offers an abundance of quiet areas to relax and view eagles, herons, and other local wildlife. Take a quiet canoe ride around the immediate area to acquaint yourself with the beauty of Fort Belvoir. The Marina offers space for storing, repairing and maintaining privately owned boats. For a small fee there is a boat lift and launch ramp available.
The Fort Belvoir Officers’ Club represents a proud military heritage at Fort Belvoir. Over the past 75 years, the Fort Belvoir Officers’ Club has been visited by many Presidents, Cabinet Officers, Senators, Congressmen, and Diplomats. Consider joining the ranks of this proud tradition and apply for membership today. Applications are open to all Fort Belvoir affiliated Officers and DoD civilians equivalent to GS-7 and NF-3 and above. Call the Membership Desk at (703) 780-0930.
The Club offers lunch, to include an all-you-can-eat buffet, Monday through Friday, 11a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the
Tuesday is Steak Night from 6 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday is Family Buffet Night with dancing from 6 to 9 p.m.
The first Thursday of each month is all- you-can eat Pizza and Pasta Night from 6 to 9 p.m. Kids under 12 eat free of charge.
Friday is Seafood Buffet Night from 6 to 9 p.m.,
with live entertainment.
Sunday is for Brunch from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The Fort Belvoir Officers’ Club is the perfect location for any small or large event, from meetings to wedding receptions. Call the catering office for more information (703) 780-0930 ext 609 or 610.
The cozy Washington lounge has the warmth and charm of an English pub with drink specials and complimentary munchies. The lounge is open Wednesday, through Friday, 4 to 9 p.m.
Outdoor Recreation is located in Tompkins Basin, on the Potomac River and offers numerous outdoor recreation opportunities for everyone in the family. Enjoy indoor or outdoor archery, and a hunting program to include deer, turkey and waterfowl hunting. ODR can meet all your camping and party equipment needs with a variety of rental items. Take part in Adventure Programs, hiking and snowboarding trips and other local trips. Rent the parks and pavilions for summer picnics, organization days or family BBQs. Fish from one of two ADA fishing piers or go kayaking. ODR also offers RV storage and runs the new 52 space RV Travel Camp. Outdoor Recreation is located in building 778, 10155 Swift Road, is open 7 days a week. Normal hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information call (703) 805-3081/3688.
There are three pools available to Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation patrons on Fort Belvoir. Two seasonal pools are North Post Outdoor Pool and the Officers’ Club Connolly Pool, open Memorial Day to Labor Day. An Officers’ Club membership is required to purchase Connolly Pool passes. Year round, there is the Benyaurd Indoor Pool with a Jacuzzi hot tub, a six lane 25 yard lap pool and water exercise equipment. They also offer water aerobics, scuba classes, swimming lessons and lifeguard training. Benyaurd Indoor Pool is on the corner of Gunston and 23rd St., building 182. The pool is closed Friday afternoons and weekends in the summer. Call (703) 805-2620.
North Post Pool is located on Abbot Road, building 2430. Call (703) 806-5013.
Connolly Pool is located at the Officers’ Club, Schulz Circle, building 20. Call (703) 780-0793.
SPORTS AND FITNESS
Being physically fit is an essential aspect of all military missions. The Fort Belvoir Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Sports and Fitness Team offers a wide variety of sports programs, fitness classes, exercise equipment, facilities, sports teams and fitness events; all of these activities are open to MWR patrons. The fitness centers offer a pleasant atmosphere to help you stay on track with your personal gym workouts. MWR maintains tennis courts, softball fields and running tracks. Sports and Fitness also runs the Intramural Sports Program, where Fort Belvoir units and agencies compete in 16 sports to earn Commander’s Cup points. If your unit would like to compete, call (703) 805-2559.
Graves Fitness Center is at 2116 Abbot Road. Call (703) 806-5368. The Body Shop Fitness Center is on 12th Street behind the Library. Call (703) 806-3100.
For more information about Belvoir’s DFMWR visit the web page at: http://www.belvoirmwr.com.
Fort Belvoir’s Exchange opened in June 2013 with 270,262 square feet of space to meet your shopping needs. The complex incorporates a main store, food court, home & garden, military clothing sales store along with concessions and a satellite pharmacy operated by Fort Belvoir Community Hospital.
The main store is divided into three shopping zones, home, life and style. The goal of redefining the Exchange brand is to create a tangible, timeless and emotional connection to Soldiers and their Families.
The Exchange now has 22 mall stores, 12 more than the old store. New additions to the food court include Starbucks, Subway, Pizza Hut and Popeye’s Chicken while Charley’s Grilled Subs, Burger King and Taco Bell relocated from the former store.
The Exchange operates an Express station on North and South Post, each offering fuel, convenience and Class Six items. The North Post store houses an Arby’s, Dunkin’ Donuts and a tremendous variety of beers, wines and spirits. The South Post store boasts a Burger King with dine in and drive through service.
The Town Center store fronts include a spa, computer repair, barber, Subway and Starbucks. Nearby, Exchange patrons will find the South Post Dunkin’ Donuts, laundromat and Budget truck rental.
Last year the Exchange operations at Fort Belvoir generated $2,937.057 dividends for Morale, Welfare and Recreation programs.
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