Army Reserve Family Programs – ARFP

Lieutenant General Jack C. Stultz, Chief, Army Reserve and Commanding General, U.S. Army Reserve Command, holds the son of Sgt Kristofer Claynorne during the 2010 Army Reserve Quality of Life & Family Readiness Conference and National Capitol Reenlistment Ceremony

Family Strong

“Throughout our country’s history, the steadfast support of military Families has been a source of inspiration to men and women in uniform. They have faced the special challenges of long deployments and Family separations with great courage and resolve. In doing so, they have directly contributed to the mission readiness of our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen.” Chief, Army Reserve – LTG Jack C. Stultz

Family Reserve Programs include Family Readiness Groups which identify when Families who need help, but either doesn’t know what to ask for or is afraid to ask for help.

Learn more about Army Reserve Family Programs can help you go to http://www.arfp.org.

ARFP Mission and Values
The Army Reserve Family Program is committed to offering education, training, awareness, outreach, information, referral, and follow-up. Our mission and vision statements reflect our commitment to the Army Reserve community.

Commitment to You
In the equation SR + FR = MR, Soldier Readiness (SR) plus Family Readiness (FR) are equally important and vital parts of Mission Readiness (MR). The Army Reserve Family Programs are committed to offering education, training, awareness, outreach, information, referral, and follow-up. Through these components, missions are accomplished both at home and during periods of military separation.

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