The FRG mission is accomplished by dedicated volunteers working together to meet the needs of the program. If you are interested in volunteering to support your local FRG please contact the FRSA supporting your area.
The FRSA mission is:
To empower Commanders in their duty to deliver the total Army Family Program (AR 600-20) so that soldiers and families are entitled, informed, educated, assisted, and made ready for the unique demands of military life before, during and after deployment.
Find Your Local FRG & FRSA:
FRSA are geographically dispersed across our state and can connect you with the FRG in your area. See the map below to learn which FRSA region you live in and then look for that regions contact information in the sidebar.
Oregon National Guard Volunteer Workshop
Bend, OR - April 28-30, 2017
Register at: https://www.jointservicessupport.org/Info/26R131
This year at the Oregon National Guard Volunteer workshop we will focus on the new Family Readiness Group training. Readiness Essentials for Army Leaders (R.E.A.L.). If you are volunteer please work with your FRSA, if you are other than a volunteer please contact your regional FRSA.
Family Readiness Program
Meet our Team Members:
All FRSA's are Contractors
Salem - Anderson Readiness Center
La Grande Armory
Family Readiness Services Support Trainer
Family Readiness Groups (FRG) is a unit commander’s program formed in accordance with AR 600-20 and are supported by Family Readiness Support Assistants (FRSA).
The FRG mission is:
We are excited to share these upcoming opportunities! Click on the event to see the flier and for information on registering.