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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Child, Youth, & School Services
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  • Army Reserve Family Programs Fort Family

    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.

  • Teen Resilience Training

    Family Programs is excited to announce the USACAPOC(A) Teen Resilience Program using the Comprehensive Soldier & Family Fitness (CSF2) Teen Curriculum! The goal of the Teen Curriculum is to translate the skills that we currently teach Soldiers and Spouses and provide these skills to our Army Reserve youth. Click here for a location near you.

  • 296 Project

    USAR's partnership with the 296 Project promotes art and expressive therapies (painting, ceramics, writing, music, etc.) as a viable way to heal from trauma or traumatic brain injury. WEB SITE

  • Give an Hour

    USAR's Partnership with Give an Hour promotes the development of national networks of volunteers capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society, beginning with the mental health needs of those who serve, and their Families. WEB SITE

ARFP Assists Soldiers and Families with Real Issues

Fort Family Outreach and Support Specialist (OSS) Connects Soldier to Services in Response to Tragic Family Loss

Fort Family received a call from the Family Programs Director (FPD) from the 377th Theater Sustainment Command (TSC) on behalf of a non-mobilized Soldier from the Deployment Support Command (DSC).  The FPD was seeking resources to assist the Soldier, who had just suffered the loss of his 24-day old son.  The Fort Family OSS connected the Soldier with financial resources to assist with hospital and funeral costs.  Fort Family also collaborated with Survivor Outreach Services (SOS), who assisted in getting the infant registered so the Family could receive all of the relevant benefits to which they are entitled.  Fort Family is standing by to provide additional resources as the Family’s needs change.

Army Reserve (AR) Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS) Program

On Saturday, 6 Jun 2015, the CYSS Program supported the 87th Family Day with a CYSS briefing and youth activities.  Character Matters Curriculum was presented to youth in attendance at the Horace B. Hanson Army Reserve Center in Birmingham, Alabama.  The overview of the Character Matters Curriculum included an activity for each of the “six pillars of character”, during which the Children responded to questions and engaged in open discussion.  An Army Reserve Youth was one of seven who participated in youth activities; she plans on using the six pillars of character in her daily life with her Mother and friends, and at school.  The pillar she talked about the most was the character development of Respect.  She wants to further her education by attending college to become a lawyer, and utilize those pillars of character in working with clients.  She has been involved in many AR CYSS activities and is looking forward to others in the future.