(1) General service committee. This committee will provide services as follows:
(a) Assist newly assigned or departing personnel.
(b) Operate "lending closets" to provide for the temporary loan of household articles.
(c) Perform essential office duties in direct support of the ACS operation.
(d) Conduct scheduled orientation sessions to advise newly arrived dependents on available facilities
and services both on-post and in the civilian community.
(e) Operate an information-orientation course directed primarily to junior officer and junior enlisted
(f) Maintain a current listing of the availability and adequacy of housing, in coordination with the
installation housing manager.
(g) Maintain listings of desired or available services such as baby sitting, house cleaning, car pools,
and articles either wanted or for sale.
(2) Emergency service committees. Volunteers available on a 24-hour basis will provide:
(a) Assistance to next-of-kin in casualty Situations as required.
(b) Temporary care of children.
(d) Shopping assistance.
(e) Other services necessary to the physical and mental well-being of families whose normal routine
has been interrupted by unusual problems.
(3) Intake service committee. This service provides a centralized point from which requests for
assistance are channeled to appropriate and available resources. Members of the committee operate as a
reception and referral service. Suggested duties are as follows:
(a) Receive persons seeking assistance, obtain facts concerning their problems, and present them to
the ACS coordinator.
(b) Coordinate recommended solutions to routine problems with military and civilian agencies.
(4) Handicapped service committee. This service provides a centralized point for information and
requests for assistance for handicapped individuals. Suggested duties of the volunteers are: