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usarmy.tyad.usamc.mbx.acs@mail.mil

(570) 615-8887
DSN 795-8887
FAX (570) 615-9266
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday
0730 - 1600

 

Army Community Service (ACS) is rich in the tradition of volunteerism and offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities that significantly impact the military community. The concept of volunteer participation was incorporated within ACS from the very beginning. The ACS volunteer staff augments paid staff and expands program capabilities through the donation of time and service.

Army Community Service (ACS) is rich in the tradition of volunteerism and offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities that significantly impact the military community. The concept of volunteer participation was incorporated within ACS from the very beginning. The ACS volunteer staff augments paid staff and expands program capabilities through the donation of time and service.

Who are ACS volunteers?
ACS volunteers are soldiers, retirees, civilians, spouses, youth and survivors. They come to us from both the active and reserve components. The common bond of these volunteers is the desire to help meet the needs of Army community members, the desire to assist ACS in its Mission of "Self-Help, Service and Stability." Typically the ACS has over 10,000 volunteers who contribute approximately 500, 000 hours of service.

Every volunteer, youth included, are required to register themselves in the Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS).  The VMIS system will notify the installations volunteer coordinator or your interest and volunteer activity.    The Army Volunteer Corps, Coordinator (AVCC) is located in ACS Bldg 1015.   The printable forms available below can be filled out and returned to the ACS office.  Registration in VMIS and receipt of required forms complete the volunteer registration process.

VMIS QuickStart Guide

DD2793 Volunteer Agreement Form
DA4162 Volunteer Service Record
DA5671 Parental Permission Form (Youth Volunteers Only)
DA4713 Volunteer Daily Time Record
AVC Brochure and VMIS Registration Instructions

Some Volunteer Organizations on TYAD include:
Army Community Service Adult/Youth
Army Family Action Plan
Army Family Team Building
Army Volunteer Corps
Adopt-A-Highway
Americas Promise (Youth)
AUSA
Civilian Welfare Council
Combined Federal Campaign
Defense Logistics Agency Family Group Assoc.
Depot Choir
Operation Santa Claus
Outdoor Recreation
Retirement Services
Tobyhanna Woman’s Club
United Way Day of Caring
Veterans Council

Awards and Recognition:

Annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony and Luncheon

Certificate of Appreciation

Presidential Service Awards

Installation Volunteer of the Year

Helpful Linkswww.myarmyonesource.com – Family Programs – Volunteering – Volunteer Tools