The Family Readiness System is the network of programs, services, people and agencies, and the collaboration among them, that promotes the readiness and quality of life of service members and their families. The services available through the Family Readiness System can help you develop new skills and tackle life’s challenges — in every stage of military life.
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you know your Military and Family Support Center is available to help you access community resources? Find out you can use it to locate different programs and services on your installation.
The following services are available through the Family Readiness System. Additional services, which vary by access point, may be offered to meet the unique needs of your installation or community:
you know Morale, Welfare and Recreation is part of the Family Readiness System? Find out how you can use it to spend more quality time with your family.
You can visit, call or log on to one of the Family Readiness System access points listed below. Regardless of your service branch or geographic location, you will have access to helpful support and resources. If the access point you choose does not have what you need, simply request help finding it. Family Readiness System access points include:
Installation-based Military and Family Support Centers are a one-stop-shop for family readiness information and services. Centers are open to all service members and their families, regardless of the service member's branch. Find your local installation's center by visiting MilitaryINSTALLATIONS or the links below. Each branch of service uses a service-unique name for this access point:
Reserve Component Family Programs deliver family readiness services through facility-based locations, website and by telephone. While these access points deliver a limited number of direct services to members and their families, they can readily refer you to other Family Readiness System resources. Find your Reserve Component Family Program by visiting the links below:
you know you have access to support resources online? Use the Internet to find Department of Defense-recognized federal and civilian support providers.
Non-military community organizations that support military families are also considered a part of the Family Readiness System, as they play a key role in providing the services you need for everyday life. Your local access points, Military and Family Support Center, National Guard and Reserve Component Family Program and Military OneSource, can also connect you to other approved providers offering services in your local community.
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