Army Emergency Relief

Under AR 930-4, Army Emergency Relief provides EMERGENCY financial assistance in the form of a non-interest bearing loan, grant, or a combination of the two. 

Casualty Assistance Center

The Fort Sam Houston Casualty Assistance Center's primary mission is to alleviate grief's impact and to provide excellent expedient recovery support to the primary next of kin (PNOK) and other identified family members of the critically injured or deceased active duty Army Soldiers, Retirees, or non-retired Veterans by providing high quality, quick and responsive, professional service within the assigned CAC Region.

Sexual Harrassment Assault Response Prevention (SHARP)

Sexual harrassment and sexual assault have no place in the ARMY!

To combat the increasing number of reported sexual assault incidents in the Army, the Secretary of the Army introduced the I.A.M. Strong campaign at the Sexual Assault Prevention Summit in 2008.  The campaign is a preventive strategy that consists of four integrated phases and has policies, procedures, trainings, ans assessment components

Survivor Outreach Services

Our Fallen Soldiers have paid the ultimate sacrifice and the Army is committed to their families.  The SOS Program serves as the advocate for the Survivor.  The SOS Program provides support, information, and services closest to where the family resides.

Warrior and Family Support Center

The Warrior and Family Support Center (WFSC) provides coordinated services to patients, next-of-kin and extended Family Members with a primary focus on Wounded OperationIraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Feedom Warriors.  It provides a friendly, comfortable environment in which to take a break, watch a movie on big-screen TVs, play video games, check email or use the Internet, select a book or magazine to read, make a phone call, or just grab a cup of coffee.  Wounded Warriors and their Family Members visit the WFSC to maintain contact with other military members or extended Family Members, to receive emotional support, answers to their questions, and to extend their rehabilitation away from the hospital.  The rehabilitation involves learning to cope war related disabilities as individuals, as couples, and as families.