Army Reserve Families - Also Serving 


The Army Reserve is only able to successfully defend the nation due to the support of family members.  We draw strength from the families standing beside each Army Reserve Soldier, and we appreciate and respect your duty and sacrifice.


Army Reserve Family Programs
The Army Reserve Family Program is dedicated to education, training, awareness, outreach, information, referral, and follow-up.   The ARFP website is your one-stop shop to get connected with Army Reserve family support information and resources.  ARFP website
My Army Life Too
The My Army Life Too website links families to services and resources provided by The Army.  They list information on money matters, offer a spouse job bank, and provide advice on how to manage deployment.  My Army Life Too website
Army Emergency Relief
Help is available when you need it most. Army Emergency Relief (AER) is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance to active and retired Soldiers and their dependents when there’s a legitimate need. AER funds are quickly distributed to Soldiers and dependents to overcome financial hardships.  AER website
Army Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Army MWR offers travel deals, youth services, libraries, scholarships and recreation centers.  MWR website 
DOD Reserve Affairs Family Readiness
The Department of Defense offers several resources for Reserve Soldiers and their family members, including a guide to available benefits and a parent's guide to military service.  They also publish strategic plans, reports to Congress, and other documents about the structure and use of Reserve components.  DOD Reserve Affairs Family Readiness Page