CLIF Briefing Slides

FORT DRUM NEW YORK
Community Leaders Information Forum
4 February 2015
Welcome/Administrative Notes
Dates to Remember Highlights
COL Rosenberg
Guest Speaker/Presentation
Peds & Family Practice
The Flu: What to do
ACS Needs Assessment
Volunteer of the Year and Man/Woman
of the Mountain Award Ceremony
2015 BAH Rates
FDMCH Update
LTC David M. Wallace
LTC Paul Faestel
Ms. Cathy Ferran
Ms. Dani Thompson-Reed
Mr. William Bamann
Ms. Megan Klosner
Directorate/Agency Updates
Closing Remarks
COL Rosenberg
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Dates to Remember
February 2015
2/12
2/16
2/16-2/20
2/17
2/18
2/19
2/25
2/27
SFL-TAP Career Fair
Presidents’ Day – Federal Holiday
Local School Winter Break
DONSA
African American/Black History Obs.
Volunteer of the Month Ceremony
Family Support Huddle
Retirement Ceremony
10:00-2:00 pm
The Common
11:30-1:00pm
11:00 am
10:00 am
4:00 pm
The Commons
The Commons
Po Valley Spiritual Life Center
MPA
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Dates to Remember
March 2015
3/4
3/16
3/17
3/17
3/19
3/20
3/21
3/24
10:00-11:00 am
The Commons
8:00 am
11:00 am
6:00 pm
10:00-3:00 pm
6:00 pm
Albany
The Commons
The Commons
JCC Auditorium
Sugar Shack
The Commons
3/25
CLIF
DONSA
10th Mountain Division & Fort Drum Day
National Prayer Breakfast
Volunteer of the Month Ceremony
Community Listening Session
Maple Days
Annual Volunteer/Man & Women
of the Mountain Ceremony
Family Support Huddle
3/25
3/26
3/27
3/28
3/30-4/6
Women’s History Month Observance
Mountain Remembrance Ceremony
Retirement Ceremony
Maple Days
Local Schools Spring Break
3:00 pm
4:30-5:00 pm
4:00 pm
10:00-3:00 pm
10:00 am
Po Valley Spiritual
Life Center
The Commons
MPC
MPA
Sugar Shack
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Dates to Remember
April 2015
3/30-4/6
4/1
4/3 & 4/6
4/16
4/22
4/23
4/23
4/24
4/28
Local Schools Spring Break
No CLIF
DONSA
Volunteer of the Month Ceremony
Family Support Huddle
Civilian of the Quarter
Mountain Remembrance Ceremony
Retirement Ceremony
Holocaust Days of Remembrance
Notes will be posted on Facebook and DFMWR Website
11:00 am
10:00 am
11:30
4:30-5:00 pm
4:00 pm
11:30-1:00pm
The Commons
Po Valley Spiritual Life Center
The Commons
MPC
MPA
The Commons
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Primary Care Specialists:
Pediatricians & Family Physicians
LTC David M. Wallace
Chief, Primary Care Clinic, USAMEDDAC Guthrie
[email protected]
315-772-2263
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Pediatricians
• What is a Pediatrician?
• Completes 4 years of undergraduate education, 4 years of
Medical Education (MD or DO) and 3 years of Pediatrics
Residency.
• Child’s physician who provides
– Preventative health maintenance for healthy children
– Medical care for children who are acutely or chronically ill
• Focus on babies, children, adolescents, and occasionally
young adults (birth to 21 years)
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Procedures: Pediatricians
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Local anesthesia
Laceration repair
Wart treatment
Ear wax removal
Foreign body removal
from ear or nose
Electrocardiogram
interpretation
Circumcision
Fracture care
Supervision of
immunization
administration
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Family Physicians
• What is a Family Medicine Physician?
• Completes 4 years of undergraduate education, 4 years of
Medical Education (MD or DO) and 3 years of Family
Medicine Residency Residency.
• Child’s/Mother’s/Father’s/Grandparent’s physician who
provides.
– Preventative health maintenance for healthy
children/adults/geriatric patient’s.
– Medical care for children/adults who are acutely or chronically
ill
• Provides care from conception to death.
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Procedures: Family Medicine Physicians
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Local anesthesia
Regional anesthesia
Removal of cutaneous
foreign body
Skin biopsy
Laceration repair
Incision and drainage
of abscess
Nail removal
Wart treatment
Wood’s light eye
examination
Ear wax removal
Foreign body removal
from ear or nose
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Electrocardiogram
interpretation
Pulmonary function
testing
Anoscopy
Office treatment of
hemorrhoids
Circumcision
Vasectomy
Pap Smear
Endometrial biopsy
IUD Placement
Nexplanon Placement
Fracture care
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Joint and soft tissue
injection/aspiration
Trigger point injections
Ganglion treatment
Obstetric ultrasound
Limited abdominal
ultrasound
Supervision of
Immunization
administration.
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Both Pediatricians and Family Physicians are well equipped and trained
to provide excellent care for the children of military families.
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Both of these medical specialties can treat the most acute illnesses such
as acute infections and also manage the long term complications from
pediatric illness like obesity and developmental disorders.
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The Family Physician is uniquely trained to care for children during
every stage of life from their initial visit as a newborn through their
transition from adolescence into adulthood. As that child grows and
transitions to a young adult the family physician will provide continuity of
care unmatched by any other specialty to ensure health of that
individual’s mind, body, and spirit.
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The Flu: What to do
LTC Paul Faestel
USA MEDDAC
[email protected]
772-4971
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Influenza within New York State
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Ages of concern, New York State
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Flu Vaccine and Therapy
• Vaccine effectiveness
– Most of the influenza A (H3N2) this year are different (drifted)
from the H3N2 vaccine virus component
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Antiviral treatment
• Anti-viral therapy
– Can shorten the duration of symptoms
– May reduce the risk of complications
– Benefit is greatest started within 48 hours of illness onset
• Who is recommended for antiviral treatment (high risk)?
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Children < 2 years of age
Adults aged 65 years and older
Persons with immunosuppression
Chronic lung or heart disease, asthma, neurologic disorders
Persons who are morbidly obese
Residents of nursing homes
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Immunization Clinic Walk-In Hours
Flu shots are given at each Primary Care Clinic Home Teams located
in Guthrie Clinic at the following times:
Monday – Thursday
0900-1100
1330-1530
Friday
0900-1100
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Army Community Service
Needs Assessment Survey
Ms. Cathy Ferran
ACS Chief
Army Community Service
4330 Conway Road
Fort Drum, NY 13602
772-4979
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ACS Needs Assessment Survey
ACS is conducting a needs assessment on all of its
programs and services. Your responses will assist ACS
in developing programs that meet the needs of the Fort
Drum Community.
• ACS Needs Assessment Survey
1 February – 28 February
•Survey will run for 1 month
•Accessible online at
•www.armymwr.com/ACS-survey
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ACS Army Volunteer Corp &
Volunteer of the Year and Man/Woman of
the Mountain Award Ceremony
Dani Thompson-Reed
Army Community Services/Army Volunteer Corps
[email protected]
315-772-2899/2933
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VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR &
MAN/WOMAN OF THE MOUNTAIN AWARD CEREMONY
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Fort Drum Annual Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony will honor
individuals and Families that have a commitment to bettering our
community through their volunteer service.
Awards to be given out:
– FRG
– Large Community Groups (FMWR, ACS, American Red Cross, Chapel
Services)
– Small Community Groups (Thrift Shop, North Country Spouses Club, Off the
Beaten Path, BOSS, Volunteer Support Fund, USO, MCH, Other Registered
Private Organizations)
– Child and Youth Groups (Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Child, Youth
and School Services)
• Youth
• Man/Woman of the Mountain Award
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VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARDS
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All nominations received will be judged by a selection panel
composed of impartial representatives who are not associated with
any of the volunteer agencies, organizations or the military.
• Applications for Volunteers need to show they have made
significant contributions to improving Army well-being and the
well-being of our Soldiers and Families.
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Nominations are due by 13 February 2015 to the Army Volunteer
Coordinator’s Office at ACS.
Qualifying volunteers must be registered and have hours recorded in
the Army Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS).
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MAN/WOMAN OF THE MOUNTAIN
AWARD CEREMONY
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Man/Woman of the Mountain Award is intended to honor and
recognize an individual or organization that has demonstrated
exceptional patriotism and humanitarian concerns for Fort Drum
Soldiers and their Families.
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All nominations received will be judged by a selection panel
consisting of senior officers.
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Nominations are due 13 February 2015 to the designated individual.
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VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AND MAN & WOMAN
OF THE MOUNTAIN AWARD CEREMONY
24 March 2015, 1700-2000 at The Commons
- Social Hour 1700-1800, cash bar and hors d'oeuvres
- Ceremony will begin at 1800
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Nominations are due 13 February 2015
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Invitations will be mailed on 24 February to each nominee and Command teams.
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Nominees need to RSVP NLT 20 March.
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Dress is semi-formal.
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Tables will be clearly assigned to each unit/organization.
National Volunteer Appreciation Week 13 April – 17 April
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Allocation of funds to each BCT for their own volunteer appreciation.
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2015 BAH Rates
Mr. William Bamann
Chief, RCI/Housing Division
[email protected]
315-772-7256
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2015 BAH Rates
o Overall 1.18% decrease for Fort Drum.
o Six pay grades decreased (E1-E5, O1)
o 18 pay grades increased (E6-O3E, O2-O7)
o Soldiers signed into Fort Drum prior to 1 January 2015 have
rate protection/BAH will not decrease.
o Promotions, reductions in grade, change in dependency
status (marriage, etc.) trigger change to new rate.
o 2015 BAH = 76% rent + 24% Utilities
(No longer includes Renter’s Insurance)
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BAH 2005-2015
$2,400
Monthly BAH
$2,200
$2,000
$1,800
$1,600
$1,400
$1,200
$1,000
$800
$600
E-1
E-2
E-3
E-4
E-5
0-1
0-2
E-6
W-1
E-7
0-1E
W-2
E-8
0-2E
0-3
W-3
E-9
W-4
0-3E
W-5
0-4
0-5
0-6
0-7+
BAH 2015 $1,383 $1,383 $1,383 $1,383 $1,476 $1,497 $1,674 $1,677 $1,680 $1,827 $1,863 $1,896 $1,992 $2,067 $2,088 $2,097 $2,130 $2,142 $2,151 $2,196 $2,217 $2,304 $2,325 $2,349
BAH 2014 $1,428 $1,428 $1,428 $1,428 $1,533 $1,548 $1,659 $1,662 $1,665 $1,794 $1,824 $1,854 $1,941 $2,007 $2,028 $2,034 $2,076 $2,091 $2,103 $2,160 $2,187 $2,298 $2,319 $2,343
BAH 2013 $1,266 $1,266 $1,266 $1,266 $1,383 $1,404 $1,566 $1,569 $1,572 $1,668 $1,689 $1,713 $1,776 $1,824 $1,839 $1,842 $1,902 $1,923 $1,938 $2,016 $2,052 $2,205 $2,226 $2,247
BAH 2012 $1,203 $1,203 $1,203 $1,203 $1,275 $1,302 $1,509 $1,512 $1,515 $1,611 $1,632 $1,656 $1,719 $1,767 $1,782 $1,785 $1,821 $1,833 $1,842 $1,890 $1,914 $2,004 $2,025 $2,046
BAH 2011 $1,248 $1,248 $1,248 $1,248 $1,335 $1,350 $1,461 $1,464 $1,467 $1,584 $1,614 $1,641 $1,719 $1,779 $1,797 $1,803 $1,833 $1,845 $1,854 $1,896 $1,917 $1,998 $2,019 $2,040
BAH 2010 $1,245 $1,245 $1,245 $1,245 $1,314 $1,332 $1,470 $1,473 $1,476 $1,545 $1,563 $1,578 $1,623 $1,659 $1,668 $1,674 $1,716 $1,734 $1,743 $1,803 $1,830 $1,944 $1,962 $1,983
BAH 2009 $1,160 $1,160 $1,160 $1,160 $1,215 $1,234 $1,374 $1,378 $1,379 $1,439 $1,452 $1,466 $1,505 $1,535 $1,544 $1,547 $1,592 $1,610 $1,621 $1,683 $1,714 $1,832 $1,847 $1,879
BAH 2008 $1,052 $1,052 $1,052 $1,052 $1,121 $1,146 $1,333 $1,338 $1,339 $1,413 $1,429 $1,447 $1,496 $1,532 $1,543 $1,547 $1,556 $1,560 $1,562 $1,575 $1,582 $1,606 $1,619 $1,638
BAH 2007
$867
$867
$867
$867
$966
$990
$1,169 $1,174 $1,175 $1,235 $1,249 $1,263 $1,303 $1,333 $1,342 $1,345 $1,372 $1,383 $1,389 $1,426 $1,444 $1,515 $1,527 $1,545
BAH 2006
$820
$820
$820
$820
$931
$958
$1,163 $1,168 $1,169 $1,232 $1,245 $1,260 $1,302 $1,332 $1,342 $1,345 $1,361 $1,367 $1,371 $1,393 $1,403 $1,445 $1,457 $1,474
BAH 2005
$735
$735
$735
$735
$830
$846
$1,018 $1,024 $1,025 $1,082 $1,094 $1,108 $1,145 $1,173 $1,182 $1,185 $1,195 $1,199 $1,202 $1,216 $1,223 $1,250 $1,260 $1,275
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FDMCH Update
Ms. Megan Klosner
Director of Property Management, FDMCH
[email protected]
315-955-6810
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RENTERS INSURANCE
Are you covered in 2015?
Effective January 1, 2015 in accordance with the 2015 National Defense
Authorization Act (NDAA), basic renters insurance is no longer a zero out-ofpocket benefit to service members.
If your lease began prior to January 1, 2015:
You will continue to receive basic renters insurance at zero cost through the end
of your current lease term unless the lease is operating on a month to month
basis. Renters insurance will no longer be provided on month to month leases
beginning March 1, 2015.
Residents who sign a new lease, or renew an existing lease,
on or after January 1, 2015:
Will be responsible for acquiring and paying for their own rental insurance policy.
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MOVE OUT
PROCEDURES:
Residents must notify MCH in writing
at least 30 days prior to vacating.
NO EARLY TERMINATION FEE IF:
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Resident has fulfilled initial 12 month term of lease
Resident retires
Resident is released from active duty
Resident receives PCS orders
Resident receives Deployment orders of at least 90
days
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EARLY TERMINATION
OF LEASE:
• Resident chooses to vacate
within first 5 months of signing
lease - Early termination fee
equal to 2 month’s rent
• Resident chooses to vacate in
month 6 – lease end date, early
termination fee equal to 1
month’s rent
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Directorate and Agency Updates
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The next CLIF Meeting is scheduled for
4 March 2015
Thank you for attending.
If you would like to provide information for CLIF,
please email Staci Reyes at [email protected]
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