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Ft Hood Directorate of Family and MWR Resources

 

OVETA CULP HOBBY SOLDIER & FAMILY READINESS CENTER

Building 18000, Battalion Avenue
Phone 254-287-9274
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

A family-friendly environment to hold FRG functions, Soldier trainings and Fort Hood nonprofit organization meetings; available on weekends, upon request. Units of deployed Soldiers have priority. Resources include eight meeting rooms, computer lab and kitchen.

Email: usarmy.hood.imcom-frmwr.list.ochsfrc@mail.mil
Online: www.hood.armymwr.com/programs/mobilization-deployment-support-stability-operations.

MILITARY & FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS

Building 12020, Suite 500, Battalion Avenue
Phone 254-553-4705
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

Licensed clinical counselors who work with Families, individuals, couples and children to provide nonmedical problem identification and counseling services. Address relationships, stress management, grief after loss, occupational and other individual and family issues, providing crisis intervention when needed.

Mandated reports of child abuse, domestic abuse and other duty-to-warn situations

Services are confidential and private, except for duty-to-warn situations

Online: https://hood.armymwr.com/programs/family-advocacy-program.

ADVOCACY & PREVENTION

Building 76020, Crocket Street, West Fort Hood
Phone 254-286-6774
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

Dedicated to the prevention, identification, prompt reporting, intervention and treatment of spousal, intimate partner and/or child abuse and neglect.

Email: usarmy.hood.imcom-fmwrc.list.acs-fap@mail.mil
Online: https://hood.armymwr.com/programs/family-advocacy-program

REPORTING/CRISIS INTERVENTION

Phone 254-287-CARE (2273)

This 24-hour hotline is set up to receive unrestricted reports of spouse and child abuse and to coordinate an emergency response for victims of family violence.

COMMANDER AND TROOP EDUCATION PROGRAM

Phone 254-287-8989

Provides education and support services. Examples include Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Leadership Training, Commander Desk-side briefings, Troop/Unit Education, Family Advocacy Specialist Program and Junior Leadership Training that focus upon individual unit needs and support requirements to ensure mission and Family readiness.

SPECIALTY PROGRAMS

Phone 254-288-2092

Provides an array of programs, services and activities to build and strengthen relationships regarding partner-to-partner and partner-to-child. Examples include family/life skills program (stress, anger and conflict management); dating violence prevention for teens/single Soldiers; relationship enrichment workshops and retreats; single Soldier parent support group; parenting education; redeployment training and activities; domestic violence interactive training and a child safety program.

NEW PARENT SUPPORT PROGRAM

Building 290, Battalion Avenue

Phone 254-287-2286

Provides services and support to Army Families with children from infant to 3 years of age. Services include in-home visitation program, therapeutic support, a support parent group, play morning, parent-child activities, information/referral services, education and resource assistance. Expectant parents may also receive services from the NPSP.

FAMILY ADVOCACY VICTIM ADVOCATE PROGRAM

Building 2242, Support Avenue

Family Advocacy Victim Advocate Program provides comprehensive assistance and liaison to and for victims of spousal/intimate partner abuse and sexual assault. The program works in concert with military and civilian agencies to meet the needs of spousal and intimate partner abuse victims.

  • 24/7 Victim Advocate Hotline: 254-702-4953 to receive restricted and unrestricted reports of spouse and intimate partner abuse and to coordinate an emergency response for victims of family violence

SOLDIER AND FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER

Building 36051, 62nd Street
Phone 254-286-5768
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

Provides comprehensive nonmedical services to wounded, injured and ill Soldiers assigned to the Warrior Transition Brigade and Soldiers in the Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) and their Family members/caregivers in their transition back to duty or to service as a vital member of the community. Services include military human resources; social services assistance; information, referral and follow-up; financial counseling; transition employment; education assistance; military benefits and entitlement; Veterans Affairs (VA); Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2); Traumatic Service Members’ Group Life Insurance and Combat Related Special Compensation; and Social Security Administration.

Online: https://hood.armymwr.com/programs/soldier-and-family-assistance-center

SURVIVOR OUTREACH SERVICES

Building 10043, Battalion Avenue
Phone 254-288-3655

Designed to provide short-term and long-term support to the survivors of Soldiers who die while on active duty. Support coordinators work with Family members to identify needs and solutions as well as to create and promote programs and events that are oriented to survivor Families.

Financial counselors work with survivor Families to guide them through financial issues/concerns.

Hall of Remembrance offers survivor Families a place to share their favorite photograph of their hero lost on active duty since Sept. 11, 2001.

Email: usarmy.hood.imcom-fmwrc.list.acs-sos@mail.mil
Online: https://hood.armymwr.com/programs/survivor-outreach-services

 

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