Relocation Readiness Program
761st Tank Battalion
Corner of T.J. Mills Blvd.
Rivers Building 121
Fort Hood, TX 76544
Phone (DSN) 312-737-4471
Fax (DSN) 312-737-6902
Programs and Services
If you are approaching a permanent change of station, or PCS, you may have questions about your upcoming move. As part of the Military and Family Support Center, the relocation assistance program provides services and resources to help make this transition as smooth as possible. Below is a listing of resources.
Programs and services may vary across the installations.
Installation Specific Information
Army Community Service (ACS) Relocation Readiness Program (RRP) office offers a variety of services to aid soldiers and families in the process of transition.
Bi-Annual Hood Howdy is a Newcomer's Information Fair conducted by ACS Relocation Readiness Program in partnership with Family and Morale, Welfare Recreation. "Saddle up for the ride", a new theme for the event featuring a Texas style welcome. The event provides instant resources and showcases Fort Hood enhanced community relationship. Hood Howdy provides newcomers and the community an abundance of information for the ride at "The Great Place"...Such as that of local programs and activities; over 150 agencies and commercial sponsors to include the local Chambers of Commerce, Housing, emergency services, commissary and medical services. Family and MWR agencies are available to provide in-depth information regarding their services, such as financial counseling, recreational activities, job search assistance, and Child Youth School Services. For those with specific concerns or questions, one-on-one information about various services and resource information.
Citizenship and Immigration Services Town Hall Every 3rd Tuesday of each month, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Information Session is held on Fort Hood. Immigration Hotline for Military Members and their Families, 1-877-CIS-4MIL / 1-877-247-4645 or visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website.
An Overseas Workshop called PCS on the Go is provided for soldiers and family members being assigned to other military installations. The workshop provides relocation and financial information on what to expect before and during your next move. We also provide One-on-One appointments for soldiers unable to make the workshop.
Contact your RRP office, as soon as you know where your new duty station is going to be, your RRP staff can provide information on your new duty station. When you have orders in hand, they will be able to tell you what authorized finances and benefits you will receive. You will need to contact the Fort Hood Lodging Office for reservations to stay in guest quarters 90 days out.
Contact your local Post Office to get a Change of Address Card. If you do not have a local address at your new duty station, you may fill out a hold card for your local Post Office to hold your mail up to 30 days. However, if the mail must be held more than 30 days the Post Office supervisor must be advised.
Call your relocation manager »
Or, for 24/7 assistance, call Military OneSource. »