The Family Readiness Key Line of Effort is comprised of educational family readiness programs and family assistance which provides military families with information, resources, and referrals to local, state, and federal community based programs.
Family Readiness Support Services assists unit commanders in the management of their family readiness program. The goal of the family readiness program is to ensure that military families are informed, prepared, and empowered to manage the unique challenges of the military life style. The objectives of the family readiness program are accomplished by recruiting a strong volunteer corps to serve as the communication link between family points of contact and unit leadership.
Child and Youth Services Program provides military youth with leadership, character and resilience training opportunities through youth summits, camps and other training events. The Child and Youth Program also provides programming dealing with coping strategies, health and well being and resilience throughout the deployment cycle.
Military Family Assistance Center
Military Family Assistance Centers (FAC) provide family members information on entitlements and benefits available to them by providing resources and referrals during the Service Member’s deployment cycle. Assistance is available 24/7.
Questions, comments, or concerns, please contact the State Family Program Director via