What is a Soldier and Family Readiness Group (SFRG)?

Soldier and Family Readiness Groups (SFRG) are command-sponsored programs; helping to build strong Families and bridge the gap between Families and units. SFRGs promote the commander’s vision throughout the unit’s mission, assist Families in becoming knowledgeable and self-reliant, and solve problems at the lowest level by:

  • Providing official, accurate command information
  • Advocating efficient use of community resources
  • Reducing soldier and Family stress

Get Connected

How can I contact my SFRG?

  • Ask your spouse or someone in your spouse’s unit
  • Contact the Command Family Readiness Representative at your unit
  • Locate the unit’s (Brigade/Battalion) Facebook page and request SFRG contact information for your unit
  • Ensure that your unit SFRG roster contains your current mailing address and telephone number
  • Send us an Email

Volunteer with your SFRG

Interested in Becoming an SFRG Volunteer?

SFRGs are always looking for great volunteers to fill positions. Ask your unit leadership where you can help. It’s as simple as that!

SFRG Training

Register for any class at jblmsfrg.timetap.com
Select from the list below for more information on and training dates.:

Command Family Readiness Representative (CFRR) - Military

This class is designed to instruct the appointed Service member on the roles and responsibilities of being assigned the additional duty of "Command Family Readiness Representative" while working with the Commander and SFRG.

Classes are in-person at Waller Hall or the Family Resource Center from 0930-1130.

To register, visit jblmsfrg.timetap.com

2022 Class Dates

  • January 19
  • February 16
  • March 16
  • April 20
  • May 18
  • June 15
  • July 20
  • August 17
  • September 21
  • October 19
  • November 16

SFRG Informal Funds Custodian

Provides regulatory guidance and fundraising information necessary to maintain efficient records for an SFRG informal fund.

Classes are virtual, from 0930-1130.
To register, visit jblmsfrg.timetap.com

2022 Class Dates

  • January 12
  • February 9
  • March 9
  • April 13
  • May 11
  • June 8
  • July 13
  • August 10
  • September 14
  • October 12
  • November 9

SFRG Volunteer Training (Advisor/Key Contact)

Provides attendees with resources and scenario exercises to become confident when interacting with SFRG members.

Classes are virtual from 0930-1130.
To register, visit jblmsfrg.timetap.com

2022 Class Dates

  • February 24
  • May 26
  • August 25
  • November 14


CARE Team Training

Provides information and guidance for establishing, supporting, and participating in a unit CARE Team. CARE Team volunteers provide support to familes when a traumatic event occurs.

Classes are virtual,from 0930-1130.
To register, visit jblmsfrg.timetap.com

2022 Class Dates

  • February 2
  • May 4
  • August 3
  • November 3


SFRG Training for the Command Team

Available upon request

For more information, or assistance in registering for a class, please call 253-967-3397

Overview

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Commander's Corner

These resources cover official and operational guidance, best practices, and community contacts.

Official Guidance

Additional Resources  

Adminstrative Tools

The tools listed below are to help manage functions critical to SFRG Operations, such as meetings, rosters, and events.

Rosters

Membership Management

Meetings

Events  

Informal Funds

Commanders may authorize their SFRG to maintain one informal fund for non-mission-essential activities in accordance with this directive. No more than one SFRG informal fund may be authorized for a unit. 

SFRG fundraising will be approved at the battalion level (or equivalent), after consultation with the local ethics counselor. A copy of the approval (memorandum or email) will be forwarded to the garrison commander.

Informal Funds Resources

Fundraising