MOBILIZATION AND DEPLOYMENT READINESS supports active and
reserve component Soldiers and their Families. Staff provide
guidance and assistance to Family members in their volunteer leadership
roles within the Family Readiness Group and support to the command in
OPERATION R.E.A.D.Y. (Resources for Education About Deployment
and You) is a training tool designed to provide Family Resource Group
leaders, commanders, and rear detachment commanders through all phases
Classes Available include:
Complete listing of classes and course outlines.
Deployment Buddies Program – Youth to Youth Mentor Program that pairs older students with younger students to mentor and share experiences on how to deal with deployments. Criteria for students to mentor includes; they must have a parent who is deployed, will deploy within 3-6 months or recently returned from deployment. Youth will meet monthly and participate in a wide variety of activities. Operation Military Kids (OMK) program materials designed to assist youth cope with deployment will be used. Implementation of program is school year 2011-2012. Freedom Park Elementary School is the pilot location. Interested parents should notify teachers of the Soldier’s absence and request student participation in the program.
Free Deployment Activity Resources available at ACS:
Hearts Apart: Join with other Family members experiencing
deployments, extended TDY, on TCS orders or unaccompanied tours. Learn
coping skills, gain education about resources and share experiences. For
more information, call 706-791-3579.
The Virtual Family Readiness
Group (vFRG) Web Site provides all the functionality of a
traditional FRG in an online setting. The vFRG website is the Army's
online tool to provide FRG information to spouses. Soldiers must
register spouses or other Family
Military Resilience Training (MRT) - Family members play a significant role in a Soldier's life by supporting their resilience and well-being. Family members now have the opportunity to participate in the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) program by taking the Revised Family Global Assessment Tool (GAT) and self-development modules. The GAT is available to family members registered in DEERS. They can log on from any computer with internet connection at the following site https://www.sft.army.mil/SFTFamily. The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. All component spouses are encouraged to take the GAT.
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Site Last Modified: 10/12/2012