Programs and services that will remain open include: Marine Corps Exchanges, Child Development Centers, Base Schools, Fitness Centers, counseling offices and more. The Legal Assistance office will be operating on reduced hours and will remain open for limited services Monday, Wednesday and Friday. New River legal assistance clients can also seek services at the Camp Lejeune Legal Assistance office.

Programs and services that will be closed include: the Commissary (closed

beginning Oct 2), Libraries, the Education Center, the Outdoor Recreation

office, youth sports, indoor pool, group exercise classes, Auto Skills Center, the Relocation Assistance office, Professional Development Services and more.

Some of the programs and services at MCB Camp Lejeune that will be operating on reduced staff or working hours include: the ID Card Center, Traffic Court, the Installation Personnel Administration Center, Civilian Human Resources and more.

For a complete list of impacted MCAS New River programs and services please visit www.newriver.marines.mil

For a complete list of impacted MCB Camp Lejeune programs and services, please visit

www.lejeune.marines.mil/Resources/FurloughImpacts.aspx

Find out which MCCS Programs are effected at your base by checking your installation MCCS website:  http://www.usmc-mccs.org/installation/

Civilian Marines (APF and NAF) effected by the shutdown can go to the Civilian Personal Management Service website for more information: http://www.cpms.osd.mil/Subpage/FurloughGuidance/

You can also find more information on the M&RA Website at https://www.manpower.usmc.mil/portal/page/portal/M_RA_HOME/MP/Government%20Shutdown

See http://www.usmc-mccs.org/inforef2/shutdown.cfm for more information.