The Human Relations Center at Fort Polk: Past and Present (The Change Process),
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During the 1970s the U.S. Army has been forced to grapple with a number of issues and events which have led it to take a second look at how the needs of the individual soldier and his family are being met. At many installations behavioral scientists have been deeply involved in a variety of efforts to meet these needs. At Fort Polk, Louisiana, one attempt to meet these needs has been the creation of a centralized helping agency, the Human Relations Center.