STAND-TO! <i>SPECIAL EDITION </i><br> HURRICANE KATRINA RELIEF INFORMATION

Saturday September 3, 2005

EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS FOR SERVICE MEMBERS AND FAMILIES

ARMY:
Soldiers, spouses, family members and all members of the Army Family who need assistance because of Hurricane Katrina should email the Well-Being Liaison Office at
katrina.relief@us.army.mil , or call them at 1-800-833-6622.

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD HELPLINE: 1-888-777-7731
Families of Deployed Army National Guard Soldiers affected by Hurricane Katrina can call the number above and identify yourselves so that we may inform deployed Guardsmen of your situation.

MILITARY ONE SOURCE NUMBER: 1-800-342-9647
Any military members or families in need of counseling services may call the Military One SOURCE number above.

KEESLER AIR FORCE BASE HELPLINE: 1-800-435-9941

NAVY TELEPHONE HELPLINE: 1-877-414-5358
This line will be staffed 24 hours by active duty Navy volunteers and will have connectivity with Navy, FEMA and other government agencies. They will try their very best to answer questions regarding the status of Navy family members, but please be aware that communication in the region is still inconsistent.

NEWS ABOUT THE ARMY

  • Army Emergency Relief (website)
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers- Mississippi Valley Division- Hurrican Response (website)
  • Army Families On-line- Hurricane Katrina (website)
  • Army Information Line 1-800-833-6622
  • Army National Guard Helpline 1-888-777-7731
  • Army Reserves Family Hotline (0800-1800 hrs)
    1-866-345-8248
  • Camp Shelby's Family Program Staff (24 hours)
    601-558-2284
  • U.S. Northern Command (website)
    USNORTHCOM Public Affairs 719-554-9618

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Events

HARDBALL with Chris Matthews

MSNBC at 700PM est

Chris Matthews MSNBC HARDBALL is broadcasting live tonight from DC at the Armed Forces Retirement Home, which has made room for 417 Army veterans who were displace by Hurricane Katrina.
(see Washington Post article)
The veterans were bused up from the Gulfport retirement home which was destroyed.

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