Army Reserve Family Programs. Connecting soldiers, families, and communities. Call Fort Family for 24/7 Assistance toll-free at 1-866-345-8248. Link to Fort Family Email Form
Army Reserve Family Programs. Connecting soldiers, families, and communities. Call Fort Family for 24/7 Assistance toll-free at 866-345-8248.

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    "Lucas was always full of laughter, never taking life too seriously, and ready for whatever challenge came his way.  I knew how special he was to our family, but one of the things that has been the most overwhelming is to hear the stories of what he meant to others." Full Story

  • P3 Individual Readiness

    The P3 Office builds and enhances mutually beneficial partnerships between the civilian and military communities. This is accomplished by developing a mutually supportive environment for Soldiers, Veterans, and Family members striving to create and enhance career and training opportunities. Web Site

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    Have you confirmed and updated your personal data in DEERS lately? If not, please take a few minutes and update your file today! Click here to update your file.

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    Army Reserve Family Programs uses a system supported by ADPAAS data wherein we can better assist Soldiers and Families. We encourage you to confirm and update your information today! Click here to update your information.

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    Fort Family is a service of Army Reserve Family Programs that provides live support for Soldiers and their Families 24/7/365. To learn more, click here.



ARFP Assists Soldiers and Families with Real Issues

Fort Family Outreach and Support Specialist Assists Army Reserve Soldier with Resource to Pay Electric Bill

Fort Family received a call from a non-mobilized TPU Soldier who wanted to thank Fort Family for assisting her with financial resources for her electric bill. Her service had been disconnected for a week, and she had a bill in excess of $600. Fort Family provided several financial assistance resources, including auntbertha.com. The Soldier stated that she used auntbertha.com to connect with her local social services office but was initially denied assistance. However, after contacting a supervisor at the social services office she was awarded $600 to pay most of her electric bill. She stated that she only has to pay a few dollars and her service will be reconnected immediately. She stated that she was glad she kept Fort Family’s phone even though she never thought that she was going to need it.

Army Strong Community Center (ASCC) Connects Family Member with Counseling Resource

An ASCC Customer Support Coordinator (CSC) spoke with a Family Member at a Family Day Event. She stated that her step-daughter had recently moved into their home because of an unhealthy living arrangement with her Mother. The Family member stated that her step-daughter is having a difficult time adjusting and is concerned that situation may get worse once school starts. The CSC provided the Family member with a Military OneSource Non-Medical Counseling pamphlet and informed her that her step-daughter is eligible for up to 12 sessions of counseling at no cost to the Family. The Family member later followed up with the CSC to thank her for the information. She went on to say that they contacted Military OneSource and the step-daughter was scheduled for a counseling session within the upcoming week.

Fort Family Initiates Assistance for Soldier with Medical Evaluation Board Issue

Fort Family received a call from a Soldier expressing frustration with initiating her Medical Evaluation Board (MEB). Fort Family initiated an Ombudsman referral on the Soldier’s behalf. The Soldier reported that within 4 days of contacting Fort family she had a case manager assigned and was making significant progress. The Soldier was extremely appreciative of Fort Family. She stated that this has been an ongoing issue for over three years, and this is the first time that she has been helped--and the first time that she believes the process is actually working.

Army Strong Community Center Connects Homeless Soldier with Housing and Employment Resources

An ASCC Customer Support Coordinator (CSC) received a call from Fort Family Outreach and Support in May regarding a homeless Army Reserve Soldier in need of assistance. The Soldier was living in a tent with her two dogs because of mold issues in her rental property. She was also unemployed. The CSC provided the Soldier a resource for a local homeless shelter and also assisted her in finalizing a full-time position with a local Army Reserve unit. With the CSC’s help, the Soldier received rental assistance from VOA, was able to secure a home, and will be starting her new job within two weeks.