Based on requests for evening, customer service hours at ACS, officials have an ACS After Dark planned for Tuesday evening, 4-7 p.m.

“We intend to reach families and people who work full time who may have child care challenges during the weekday and want or need information from any of the services and personnel at Army Community Service,” said Laureen DuPree, Program Manager and event planner.

At ACS After Dark, everyone can see the program variety that ACS offers, including for Exceptional Family Members; Family Advocacy; New Parent Support; Financial Readiness; Employment Readiness and Relocation Readiness.

Appointments are needed for people to see a financial counselor or a Certified Financial Planner, certified professional resume writers or EFMP professionals. There will also be classes during ACS After Dark including an EFMP Orientation from 4-5 p.m.; a Love and Money couples financial workshop, 6-7 p.m; and a Healthy Eating Class from 5-7 p.m. For appointments or for class registration, call 571-231-7001. 

There are also crafts for children to work on while parents attend Healthy Eating workshop.

“This is our first foray into evening customer service, and is wholly based on customer requests,” DuPree said. “We’re looking forward to ACS After Dark and to meeting and helping new and seasoned community members.”