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Army Wellness Center, Fort Bragg

Building 2-2015 Jackson St on the Corner of Woodruff St and Jackson St Fort Bragg, NC 28310.

Rm 120 First Floor Gavin Hall, Off of Champion Main St and Gruber St

HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday – Friday 0700 – 1600 / Lunch Hours 1230 - 1330 / STAFF Training every Friday 1330 - 1600
The center is closed all Federal Holidays
For appointments and information,
call: (910) 643-2101
(910) 570-3144

Welcome to Army Wellness Center - Fort Bragg!

Prior to your appointment, we would like you to answer a few questions about your current health habits to help us develop your individual wellness plan. Please click the link below to log in to the survey. As you complete the survey, follow the instructions, answer each question carefully, update any information that is not current, and click "continue" until you reach the end of the survey. We look forward to your visit!

You will need an AKO username and password to log in to the site.

The website can be accessed through the following link: https://www.sft.army.mil/awc

Available Programs:

Health Assessment Review:

AWC health educators take a holistic approach to each client. During a health assessment, individuals will complete a health risk assessment questionnaire to determine eligibility for certain tests and identify any risk factors.

Weight Management:

Metabolic testing is available to assess daily caloric needs. The test measures what you burn and then calculates how you should eat. It is the key to knowing precisely what your body needs for effective weight management. Classes are offered to teach you how to eat to your metabolic rate.
Metabolic Testing Information Sheet

Healthy Nutrition:

Clients can improve their health through AWC’s healthy nutrition program. We offer metabolic testing to measure the amount of calories burned while the body is at rest. Weight management is supported by healthy nutrition. After completing a metabolic test, health educators use the results to provide clients with tailored strategies for weight loss, gain or maintenance.
Healthy Nutrition Information Sheet

Physical Fitness:

Fitness testing and counseling are available at the Army Wellness Center. State of the art equipment is used to assess flexibility, muscular strength, cardio-respiratory fitness levels, and body composition. In conjunction with fitness testing, patients receive a comprehensive report that shows current fitness levels and education and individualized exercise counseling on how to meet their specific goals.
Fitness Testing Information Sheet

Stress Management:

Stress can affect our everyday lives. Whether it stems from a recent or upcoming deployment, training, work, school or life’s hurdles. The AWC can help develop a plan to relieve stress and improve your well-being by introducing you to strategies, resources and techniques for effective stress management. Using biofeedback, we teach breathing and relaxation techniques to improve a client's ability to relax and control their emotional state. Also, the AWC has a state of the art massage chair available during hours of operation to all members of the community.
Stress Management Information Sheet

General Wellness Education:

With a classroom for up to 25 soldiers, clients can participate in classes to further enhance and sustain wellness.

Tobacco Education:

AWC provides awareness information about tobacco use.

Unit Level Health Briefings:

Any member of the Fort Bragg Army Wellness Center staff can provide a health briefing on a variety of a health/preventative medicine topics to include: self care, nutrition, fitness, stress and relaxation, sleep, and more. Please contact the AWC for more information.

Misson:

Army Wellness Centers promote enhanced and sustained healthy lifestyles to improve the overall well being of soldiers and family members through integrated and standardized programs and services.