ARMY FAMILY ACTION PLAN:
The Army's primary tool to communicate to leaders issues of importance to Soldiers, Retirees, Family members, and civilians.
The "people's perspective" of adjustments and improvements that will improve recruitment, retention, and work-life satisfaction.
A way to address the demands of Army life by identifying quality of life "hot spots" as the Army transforms and continues to engage in contingency operations.
One of the ways Army leaders demonstrate they care about the people who make up the Army Family.
CHILD & YOUTH RESOURCES
Family Programs connects Soldiers with dependent to children to a range of quality programs, services, information and resources to help Army Reserve Families meet their parental challenges and maintain their Mission and Family Readiness where they reside.
FINANCIAL READINESS PROGRAM (FRP):
The Financial Readiness Program offers proactive personal life cycle financial management tools, information and resources that will help Soldiers and their Families to develop individual strategies to achieve financial goals and address financial challenges, including: financial planning and budgeting, credit and debt management, saving and investing, retirement, insurance—and even purchasing a home or car.
SURVIVOR OUTREACH SERVICES (SOS):
Our Purpose is to deliver on the Army's commitment to Families of the Fallen. Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) connects you with people who can help you cope with your loss. Many times after you have lost a loved one, there are unresolved issues or questions that may surface months or years after the loss. The Army is dedicated to supporting Surviving Families for as long as they desire.
Army Reserve Family Programs Training provides training designed to enhance personal life skills and prepare Families to successfully meet the challenges of the military lifestyle. There are also training opportunities available for Command Teams, Family Readiness Liaisons (FRLs), Volunteers and Family Programs Staff. Training is designed to assist Soldiers and Families through different phases of the Soldier’s Life Cycle.
ARFP Regional Points of Contact