FORT HOOD, Texas — The United States Army has launched a brand new website where military families can report on post housing concerns.

It's called the Housing Environmental Health Response Agency and is another tool Army families can use to report concerns they may have about housing and health issues.

This all comes about three months after a scathing town hall at Fort Hood where families aired their grievances regarding housing and health to Leadership.

The U.S. Army Medical Command, which developed and runs the registry, will also help families receive medical care for housing-related illnesses. MEDCOM will also report these concerns to Army Leadership.

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