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FORT BRAGG OFFICE

https://www.bragg.army.mil/index.php/my-fort-bragg/all-services/american-red-cross

Location: Bldg. 1-1139, Macomb and Hamilton Streets
Phone 396-1231, ext. 3
Fax 369-6489
Emergency/After Hours 877-272-7337 (toll free 24/7/365)

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 0800-1630

Services Provided: American Red Cross serves as a link between the military and civilian communities. They provide emergency communications between Soldiers and their families in times of crisis. To initiate a Red Cross Message please call 877-272-7337, this is the Red Cross “Armed Forces Emergency Service Center”, or call our local office. Please give the Soldier’s name, rank, social security number, date of birth and military unit. The message will be sent via their Commanding Officer. Soldiers can contact the National Messaging Center directly to inquire about the status of a Red Cross message. Emergency Leave and Army Emergency Relief (AER) are usually unavailable without Red Cross validation. Please contact the Red Cross if you have further questions. To schedule a brief for a Family Readiness Group or a unit pre-deployment please send an email to Bragg@redcross.org.

RED CROSS @ WOMACK

Location: Womack Army Medical Center, ground floor
Phone 907-7124
Fax 907-8899

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 0800-1600

RED CROSS (HIGHLANDS CHAPTER)

http://www.redcross.org/

Location: 807 Carol Street, Fayetteville (next to Sycamore Square Shopping Center)
Phone 867-8151
Emergency/After Hours 877-272-7337

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 0830-1700

To inquire about Health and Safety to include CPR/First Aid, Babysitting Certification and Water Safety, please visit: www.redcross.org/en/takeaclass or call 800-733-2767. Volunteer opportunities are available; please contact one of our offices.

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