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FORT HOOD, TX

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General Information

Housing Office is Located in the Copeland Soldier Service Center
Building 18010, 2nd Floor, Wing/Room B209
On the Corner of Battalion and TJ Mills Boulevard
Contact Phone Number: (254)287-4212, DSN 737-4212

Housing Main Entrance - Photo Courtesy of Fort Hood Housing Office

Hours of Operation

On Post Housing (Fort Hood Family Housing)

M-F 0730 to 1600

Off Post Housing Referral (Housing Services Office)

M-F 0730-1530 (Closed for lunch 1130-1200, and III Corps Training Holidays)

Why Come by the Housing Office?

Residing in on-post housing is voluntary, not mandatory, except for personnel assigned to key and essential positions, as designated by the Installation Commander. All Soldiers with a family housing requirement are entitled to apply for on-post housing. Eligible Soldiers wishing to apply for housing should come to the Housing Office located on the 2nd Floor of the Copeland Soldier Service Center.

Arriving personnel authorized to draw BAH are required to in-process through the Housing Office. The Housing Services Office (HSO) provides assistance in obtaining suitable off-post (private rental) housing, PTDY validation, assistance with lease reviews, and guidance concerning off-post housing and rental contracts. The HSO advises against signing a lease without inspecting the property and fully understanding the lease and its addendums. Most leases are for 180 to 365 days. All leases are legally binding. The HSO can assist with locating companies who provide short term leases.

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