The goal of the Family Readiness Program is to provide resource information and training in addition to support services to enhance a Marine's personal and family readiness. The Family Readiness Program assists commands by offering training and education in developing successful and effective Unit Personal and Family Readiness Programs (UPFRP).

The UPFRP provides the needed support and guidance at the unit level around the Marine Corps. As each unit is different, each program varies slightly in how it supports the identified family and friends of the personnel attached to that unit. To find out about your UPFRP, visit the unit website or contact the Unit Deployment Readiness Coordinator/Uniformed Readiness Coordinator.

Deployment Readiness Coordinator/Uniformed Readiness Coordinator Training
Deployment Readiness Coordinator/Uniformed Readiness Coordinator (DRC/URC) is a special staff officer for the unit who provides oversight and coordination of all aspects of family readiness to include official communication to all members, command representation, information and referral, and unit support.

Family Readiness Assistant and Command Team Advisor Training
The Family Readiness Command Team Advisor/Family Readiness Assistant Training is designed to orient and guide Command Team Advisors and Family Readiness Assistants in their roles, responsibilities, and operating components within the Unit, Personal and Family Readiness Program. This training provides the required information to operate as a successful FRCTA/FRA and as a member of the Family Readiness Command Team.

Family Readiness Command Team
The Command Team is the problem-solving body for unit Marines, spouses of unit Marines, and designated parents and extended family members of unit Marines in regard to the UPFRP. Training is scheduled through the command and open to Family Readiness Command Team members only.

OPSEC/PII Training
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Operational Security (OPSEC) Overview Training is designed to orient and guide volunteers in their responsibilities to protect personally identifiable information (PII) within any volunteer position.

Contact Information

Family Readiness And Support

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