Fort Benning, GA

FORT BENNING HOUSING . COM - RELOCATION HOUSING INFORMATION

Other Installations > Fort Benning, GA > Redcross
POSTHOUSING.COM
   Sunday, September 24th   
POST LIFE           
   -  Home
   -  Arrival
   -  Inprocessing
   -  Housing
   -  BAH Rates
   -  Lodging
   -  Lodging-Extended Stay
   -  Schools
   -  Units
   -  Fort Benning History
OFF POST RESOURCES           
   -   Mortgage Lender
   -  Rental Homes
   -  Apartments
   -  Apartments-Furnished
   -  Rental Agencies
   -  Homes for Sale
  -   Home Builder
   -  Insurance
   -  Home Inspectors
   -  Real Estate Agent
   -  For Sale by Owner
ON POST RESOURCES           
   -  Chaplain
   -  Commissary
   -  Educational Services
   -  Red Cross
   -  Hospital
   -  Post Exchange (PX)
   -  Post Office
   -  Installation Contacts
INFORMATION           
   -  FAQ and Discussion
   -  Base Operator
   -  Post Locator
   -  Free Home Buyers Guide
   -  Other Installations
   -  Local Information
   -  Local Museums
   -  Festivals and Arts
   -  Outdoor Fun
   -  Local Sports
Fort Benning, GA Fort Benning, GA Housing
            REDCROSS          RELOCATION
RED CROSS

The American Red Cross office at Fort Benning offers financial assistance to families in emergencies including food, shelter, clothing, and counseling. The office is open Monday through Friday from 0800-1630 Monday through Friday. For after-hour emergencies, the office can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 706-545-5194. Someone is always on call at the Red Cross office. If further emergency assistance is needed, families can contact the Army Community Service Center at 706-545-7517 for assistance.




On-Post: 706-545-5194

West Central Georgia Chapter
American Red Cross
3940 Rosemont Dr
Columbus, GA 31904
Phone: 706-323-5614


Emergency Communications Services


American Red Cross communication services help to keep families in touch with military personnel following the death or serious illness of a family member, the birth of a child, or other family emergencies. The Red Cross can send messages quickly, anywhere in the world - to ships at sea, an embassy, and even to isolated military units.

Active duty and community-based military can count on the Red Cross to provide emergency communications, emergency financial assistance, counseling, veterans assistance, and aid in the field where Red Cross workers are deployed to serve with America's military.

You will need to provide the following information when sending an emergency message out to your servicemember:

Service Member's Full Name

Rank/Rating

Branch of Service

Social Security Number

Military Address Where Deployed

Home Base Unit


You can contact the Red Cross anytime of the day or night. Their is someone monitoring phones 24 hours a day.

   -  Home Buyers Guide
   -  Local Homes For Sale
   -  Sell Your Home
   -  Rent Your Home
   -  Find New Post
 
SPONSOR           
University of Central Florida
407-882-0260
Website
 
 HELPFUL RESOURCES
 
         ADVERTISE
   -  List your business
Hampton Place Apartments
706-563-7401
Website