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Information & Referral (I&R)

(254) 287-3663 or (254) 553-1593
Building 121, The Rivers Building, Room 105 & Room 123A
Corner of 761st Tank Battalion Ave. & T.J. Mills Boulevard.

ACS Information & Referral (I&R) provides Fort Hood commanders, Soldiers and Families with information regarding military and civilian community resources.

ACS I&R also links Soldiers and Families with available information on an array of on-post or off-post agencies and services. I&R maintains a database with over 2,000 military and civilian agency resources at our fingertips, so we can get you connected to a service that can help you.

Some of our resources include information on:

    • Child care
    • Education
    • Financial Matters
    • Counseling
    • Employment
    • Food Assistance
    • Nearest WIC Office
    • Numbers for Immigration and Naturalization
      and so much more.

We are here to get you the information and the help you need. Questions can be emailed here.

Services:

Community Services Council (CSC)

The Community Services Council is a monthly community-wide forum that brings about awareness of Fort Hood and area community events & activities. The CSC meets the 4th Wednesday of each month at 0930 in Building #50012, Community Events & Bingo Center on Clear Creek Road.

To view the most current month's CSC packet: click here. If you are a frequent visitor you must refresh your web browser a few times each time you visit.

Community Resource Guide

The community resource guide is a Health Promotion initiative intended to serve the total Army Family here at Fort Hood - Soldiers, Family Members, Civilains, and Retirees.

Follow this link to the Community Resource Guide here.

211 Texas Connecting People and Services

A program of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, committed to helping people connect with the services they need. Whether by phone or internet, the goal is to present accurate, well-organized and easy-to-find information from over 60,000 state and local health and human services programs.

Simply dial 211 from any non-duty phone or cell its free. Dial toll free from any phone 1-877-541-7905.
Follow this link to the 211 Texas On-Line here.

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Last Revised 7/30/2013