Family Readiness Group


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FIND YOUR FAMILY READINESS GROUP (FRG)

Contact your Family Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA):


  FRSA ROSTER

  RESOURCES and EVENTS

MWR Calendar - Morale, Welfare, & Recreation
http://www.stewartmwr.com/

Frontline
http://stewartfrontline.com/

  NEW TO THE MILITARY


“Frequently Asked Questions”


Q: What is the FRG?


A: Family Readiness Group (FRG) is a Command sponsored organization of all assigned Soldiers (married and single), DA civilians, volunteers and their Families (immediate and extended) that together provide mutual support and assistance and a network of communications between Family members, the chain of command, and community resources.



Q: What is the Role of the FRG?


A: Conducts activities that enhance the flow of information between Command and Families. Provide feedback on the state of the unit’s Families to the Command. Disseminates information to Families received from the Command. Acts as an extension of the unit in providing official, accurate Command information. Provides mutual support between the Command and the FRG membership. Advocates the efficient use of available community resources. Helps Families solve problems at the lowest level.



Q: How do I get information about my Soldier during his or her deployment?


A: Check with your Family Readiness Support Assistant who can connect you to the FRG Leader, vFRG website and newsletters.



Q: What is a Family Readiness Support Assistant?


A: Family Readiness Support Assistants are a vital link between the Commander, the Families, and the community resources available to the Soldier and their Families. The FRSA works under the general supervision of the Commander or Rear Detachment Commander.



Q: I have a problem and would like some assistance where can I turn?


A: Contact Army Community Center (ACS) 912-767-5058.



Q: How can I find information about military Family life?


A: Army Family Team Building (AFTB) is a great first step. You can take the AFTB classes given by ACS by calling 912-767-5058 or you can visit The My Army Life Too website is:www.myarmylifetoo.com and take the courses online.



Q: Is there a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week source of information and assistance for military Families?


A: Yes, Military One Source can be reached by phone at: 1-800-342-9647 or visit their website at:www.militaryonesource.com.



Q: What is vFRG?


A: Army Virtual FRG is direct connection to Command information from your unit. Register today for your unit's Virtual FRG site and get connected to all of the pertinent information and resources you need to stay informed and connected. Contact your units Family Readiness Support Assistant. www.armyfrg.org