The Community Strengths and Themes Assessment to evaluate how Fort Riley can improve community health, wellness, readiness and resiliency is now available online. To begin providing your input, click hyperlink above. The CSTA survey is conducted every two years to assist commanders in the development of a responsive and holistic community support plan. While participation by the community is voluntary, post leaders encourage participation from all members of the community. Past CSTA results have resulted in positive changes in healthier food options at dining facilities and commissaries, as well as counseling opportunities. 15 minutes spent to respond to the CSTA survey can make a big difference in future programs and initiatives that may ultimately be instituted for Fort Riley. Your voice matters.
IACH Contraceptive Care Walk-In Clinic will operate Friday June 9th. This change only affects the second week in June.
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TRICARE Open Season 2021 has closed. The next open season will take place in the fall of 2022. If you didn’t enroll or make a change to your TRICARE health plan during open season, you must wait until the next open season unless you have a TRICARE Qualifying Life Event (QLE). To learn more, visit:

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