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Information and Referral


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+1 (254)287-3663 or +1 (254)553-1593
Mon - Fri 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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24/7 Assistance

Reporting Domestic Violence or Child Abuse

254. 287.CARE (2273)
800. 422.4453 National

Assistance for Victims of Domestic Violence

254. 702.4953
800. 799.7233 National

Duty Chaplain Hotline

254. 289.2531

Suicide Prevention

800. 273.8255 National or 988

Sexual Assault (SHARP) / Sexual Harassment

254. 319.4671
877. 995.5247 National

Veterans Crisis Line

800. 273.8255 (press 1) National

Military OneSource


Emergency Family Assistance Hotline





Army Emergency Relief (AER)
American Red Cross


Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Find your nearest WIC

Garrison Chaplains Office

Religious Services
Spirit of Fort Chapel
Tank Destroyer Blvd. and 31st Street (254) 288-6545

Food Security Resources Directory

Central Texas Food Bank

ACS Main Efforts

We provide Commanders, Soldiers and Families with information regarding military and civilian community resources. Our database, with over 2,000 military and civilian agency resources at our fingertips, can get you connected to a service that can help you.

ACS Customer Rights

Our resources include:

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

Citizenship and Naturalization

Monthly USCIS Q&A Outreach
For information on Immigration Outreach please email:

USCIS Military and Family Help Line

A direct connection to USCIS for immigration benefits and services. Toll-free military help line, 877-CIS-4MIL ( +1 (877)247-4645, TTY +1 (800)877-8339 ) and e-mail address at exclusively for current members of the military and their families, as well as veterans.

Basic Household Items Available

For a minimum fee, basic household items are available at Recreation Equipment Checkout Center+1 (254)287-4126 or +1 (254)287-1853

Worldwide Military Installation Information


  • Department of Defense guide for military installations worldwide community information about schools, amenities and home values.
  • Check-in procedures, housing, child and youth programs, and transportation. Search a directory of installations and services, complete with websites, maps, program offices, phone numbers and email addresses.

Plan My Move is a tool that provides service members and their families with access to customized checklists, information about entitlements and benefits, points of contact, planning tools and information on education and employment.

Relocation Stress

Non-medical counseling services to discuss adjustment difficulties or ways to manage relocation stress. For assistance call, Military OneSource +1 (800)342-9647

Military and Family Life Counseling Program, call +1 (254)553-4705


The sponsorship program pairs you with a sponsor who already knows the duty station. They can answer your questions and help you get settled in.

To request a sponsor Complete DA Form 5434 (Sponsorship Program Counseling/Info Sheet) in the Army Career Tracker (ACT)

** Mandatory for SSG and below; CPT and below; CW2 and below on PCS Assignment instructions

** Optional for SFC and above; MAJ and above, CW3 and above will be provided Sponsorship upon request; however, it is not mandatory

If you are a service member interested in becoming a sponsor, the eSponsorship Application and Training, or eSAT, course provides the information and resources you need to become a sponsor and help other service members have a successful move.

PCS on the GO: Briefing Slides

Army Community Service Outreach and Training Initiatives

  • Army Community Service Outreach and Training Initiatives
  • Army Volunteer Corps
  • Exceptional Family Member Program

    • EFMP Orientation

    • EFMP Workshop

  • Family Advocacy Program

    • Preparing for Marriage

    • Boot Camp For New and Expectant Dads

    • Expect Respect - Middle and High School Relationships

    • Shaken Baby Syndrome

    • Common Sense Parenting

    • Relationship Enrichment Workshop

    • Infant Care

    • Stress and Anger Management

    • Family Violence Prevention Training (FVPT)

    • Blended Families

  • Financial Readiness Program

  • Mobilization, Deployment and Stability, Support Operations (MDSSO)

    • Community Resource Course / Casualty Response (CARE) Team Training
    • Soldier and Family Readiness Group (SFRG) Training
  • Army Family Action Plan
    • Agent of Change

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. Dial toll free from any phone +1 (877)541-7905. the Army Family Web Portal, community members can access information on ACS services, search volunteer opportunities, submit quality of life issues and much more.