The Relocation Readiness Program is designed to minimize the stress of relocation by offering information, resources, and on-line tools to educate and empower Soldiers and Family member so they are able to make informed decisions that will help to ease the moving process. The Relocation Readiness Program services include Relocation Planning, Welcome Information, Newcomer Orientation, Island Tour, Hawaiian Cultural workshops, Lending Closet, Immigration application assistance, Plan My Move (online resource information tool) and Sponsorship Training.
Please read through our welcome packet below to view all your relocation resources. If your computer cannot load the the welcome packet or you prefer to print it, Please click to Download the pdf file
Basic household goods items are available to borrow while waiting for your personal household goods to arrive or during departure. Kits are available based on Family size and include: pots and pans, dishes, silverware, small applicances, irons, iron boards, portacribs, high chairs, and car seats. Towels, linens, pillows are not available, so these items should be packed in your hold baggage.
ID Card and Copy of Orders required.
ACS Schofield Barracks
2091 Kolekole Ave
Hours of Operation: 0830 – 1530
ACS Fort Shafter, Aloha Center
Hours of Operation: 0830-1530
Citizenship Immigration Services – Upon request, reviews documentation for accuracy to facilitate the citizenship process for the Families. Families are provided with information and referral resources.
English as a Second Language - Classes are offered to international spouses and active duty military who want to increase their reading comprehension, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Classes are appropriate for beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels with individualized group instruction.
Hearts Apart – Waiting Families
Join the Waiting Spouses Support Group designed to assist and support families that are not able to PCS with their soldier, due to an unaccompanied tour for a year or more. Family members are provided with local information and services specific to their needs. Family members also receive a monthly ACS calendar that will keep them “in the loop” with regard to all of the activities, service and programs available to them on the installation.