INSTALLATION STATUS: Open Weather Warning 11-017 (Valid 23 NOV 14 1200L Until Further Notice) Strong Winds greater than or equal to 35 kts (40 mph) but less than 45 kts. (52mph) not associated with thunderstorms on the Fort Hood Reservation.

Weather Warning 11-017 (Valid 23 NOV 14 1200L Until Further Notice) Strong Winds greater than or equal to 35 kts (40 mph) but less than 45 kts. (52mph) not associated with thunderstorms on the Fort Hood Reservation.

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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, Civilians, and Retirees.

Scroll down the list on the left to find both on-and-off-post resources to match your need. Once you have clicked on the need, scroll down the center portion to see a complete list of the appropriate programs and agencies.

Health Promotion integrates and consolidates all prevention, well-being, holistic programs and initiatives through the Health Promotion Council, which identifies gaps and overlaps in health and well-being services in order to support Comprehensive Solider Fitness and Fort Hood Community Needs.

Spot-Lighted Services

Suicide Prevention Program

The Suicide Prevention Program falls under the Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP), a manpower conservation program committed to prevention, education, identification, treatment, rehabilitation, evaluation, and research.  The Suicide Prevention Program reduces the risk of suicide for Active Army and Reserve Component Soldiers, Army civilians, and Army Family members.
(254) 287-7575       www.hood.army.mil/dhr/asap/

Suicide Campaign
Suicide Prevention
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