Community Readiness and Resiliency

Readiness and Resiliency Campaign (R2C) Programs/Services

The Fort Knox Command and community is engaged in the overall commitment and concept of the Ready and Resilient Campaign (R2C) which guides the Army’s efforts in cultivating a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to health promotion and includes the efforts of the Army health promotion program. R2C is a far-reaching and comprehensive campaign to enhance individual and collective resilience in order to improve readiness across the Total Army - Soldiers (Active, National Guard and Reserve), Army Civilians and Family members. Fort Knox takes pride in integrating and synchronizing Army programs aimed at health promotion and the multiple Army-wide efforts designed to improve physical, psychological and emotional health in order to enhance individual performance and increase overall unit readiness. Additional information regarding R2C and related resources may be accessed on the R2C website ( or by contacting Community Readiness.

Fort Knox Community Health Promotion Council (CHPC)

Under the direction of the Commanding General, the Community Health Promotion Council (CHPC) identifies and sets priorities for installation community health promotion and well-being programs; directs the integration and synchronization of installation programs and services; and develops and implements strategies to identify gaps and overlaps in health and well-being services. The CHPC Charter ensures commitment and support of key stakeholders to address the well-being of the Fort Knox community.

The CHPC is the platform chaired by the Fort Knox Senior Commander (SC) to make actionable decisions and supports overall unit readiness and organization performance of installation personnel at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels. The Council raises individual and community awareness and serves as the umbrella organization to provide a comprehensive and holistic approach to health and wellness promotion. The CHPC has the following objectives: ensures oversight and execution of AR 600-63, Army Health Promotion including behavioral health, suicide prevention, spiritual; fitness, physical health, environmental, and social priorities.

The CHPC is facilitated by the USAG/DHR Community Readiness and Resiliency Integrator (CR2I) which encourages cooperation, coordination and integration of medical, tactical; and garrison assets as it relates to (R2). The CHPC working groups (Spiritual, Emotional, Physical, Social, Installation Prevention Team and Family Resiliency) identify the risk factors and community needs. The senior commander assigns responsibilities, and directs staff action to resolves issues as they relate to R2. The end state of the CHPC process is Sustained Personal Readiness and Optimal Human Performance of the Fort Knox community through the concept that collaboration leads to readiness.

The Fort Knox CHPC facilitates cooperation, coordination, and integration of medical, tactical, and garrison assets.

CHPC Meeting Calendar Information

Scheduled meetings are subject to change. For a current list please use the contact information below.

Contact Information

  • Telephone: (502) 624-7031
    DSN: 464-7031

Contact Information

Fort Knox Army Substance Abuse Program
94 Pershing Drive
Bldg 1224
Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121

Telephone: (502) 624-1532
DSN: 464-1532

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Updated 23 Feb 2018

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