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Welcome to the Fort Hood Resiliency Campus web presence. For post information please call: 254-287-1110. If you notice any Suspicious Activity report it to:   254-288-COPS.

Welcome to the Fort Hood Resiliency Campus web presence. For post information please call: 254-287-1110. If you notice any Suspicious Activity report it to: 254-288-COPS.

    ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

  • Survivor Outreach Services:
    288-3655
  • Family Advocacy Program:
    286-6774
  • Stress, Anger & Conflict Management Workshop:
    286-5338/2092
  • Army Family Team Building:
    286-6600
  • ACS EFMP:
    618-7813
  • Military One Source:
    1-800-342-9647
  • Employment Readiness Program:
    286-6684
  • On-Call Chaplain (24 HRS):
    287-CHAP(2427)
  • Carl R. Darnall Medical Center Information:
    288-8166
  • ACS Lending Closet:
    287-4485/4471
  • Social Work Services:
    288-6474
  • Killeen Women's Shelter:
    634-1148/8309
  • Child & Youth Daycare Services:
    287-9833
  • Parenting Skills Class:
    616-2624

  • SGM: 630-2685
    Commandant: 432-9844
    HQ: 258-5693
    MRT Program MGR: 368-9108

    Important Information

  • Suicide Prevention
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  • Division EO Advisors
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Mind - Military and Family Life Consultants



 

The Military and Family Life Consultants (MFLC) work in conjunction with Army Community Service (ACS) to provide short-term, non-medical counseling services. The MFLC program can help military service members and their families cope with normal reactions to the varied stressors of military life, enhancing their lives and boosting military readiness.

According to the American Psychological Association, “A growing number of military personnel and their families are reporting emotional problems resulting from deployment stress”. Military families may struggle with many issues from combat-related stress and reintegration, to the pressures of managing parenting and finances while a loved one is deployed.

There are 10 rotational MFLC’s on Fort Hood that work out of the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Training Facility and the Oveta Culp Hobby Soldier & Family Readiness Center. MFLC services are free and confidential, with flexible service delivery. MFLC’s are mandated reporters of child abuse, domestic abuse, and duty to warn situations, otherwise, services are confidential and private.



Stress Reduction - Been stressed lately? Mood getting worse? Decreased Performance? Talk to a trained professional and learn to reduce your stress

Loss/Grief - Loss of a loved one can be devastating. Come talk to someone who wants to aid you in moving forward with your life.

Anxiety/Sadness/Aggression - Emotions can get the best of you in many situations. Speak with us and better identify your emotions and plan out your way to resiliency.

Deployment and Reintegration Issues - Deployment changes people. Many people have difficulties reintegrating back into the workplace or finding their niche in the home.

Family Dynamics/Marital Couples - Family Issues, Marital problems/misunderstandings

Positive Coping Mechanisms - Find ways to deal with life’s problems that transfer into many different areas.

Workplace/Parenting - If you have kids, finding time to work, take care of the kids, and still find time for yourself can be difficult.

Communication - Need to bounce your ideas off someone? We can offer you a licensed, confidential counselor to speak with. Feel free to call us at (254) 553-4705!! 

Hours - 0800-1700 we offer flexible hours as needed, soldiers and family members just have to call and ask.

 

CSF-PREP Comprehensive Soldier Fitness
Performance and Resilience Enhancement Program


Trainers teach individuals to acquire, practice and master the mental and emotional skills that are the foundation of human performance. You can better yourself by attending a class or meeting one-on-one for the following areas:


  • Attention/Focus Control
  • Building Confidence
  • Energy Management
  • Goal Setting
  • Integrated Imagery
  • Mental Skills Foundation
  • Resilience Training
  • Student Success Course
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    Bldg 12020 Suite 200

     

    Lastly, the MRT (Master Resiliency Training) Program is designed to aid commanders in the benefits of Resiliency Training to their unit and the goals for their program. To assist unit MRT's in building and executing training plans tailored to unit needs. Additionally, the program incorporates Army Community Services to conduct a Family Resilience Academy to link soldiers and family members across our four CSF Pillars.

    Services Offered:

  • Resilience Training Program Consulting
  • MRT (Master Resiliency Training)
  • Refresher Course
  • RTA (Resiliency Training Assistance)
  • Training and Reception Training.
    • Army Center for Enhanced Performance
    • Culinary Arts Center
    • Spiritual Fitness Center
    • Functional Fitness Center
    • Personal Financial Assistance Center
    • Military Family Life Counselors
    • Wellness Center
    • Army One Source
    • Warrior Adventure Quest