What is Family Readiness?
Family Readiness is a lifestyle for Soldiers and their Families. Family Readiness assists you in being proactive, instead of reactive, to the challenges of military life. It ensures you are prepared to handle whatever challenges come your way.
- Relocation challenges (moving overseas, duty move vs. Army move, local school information)
- Natural disasters (hurricanes/tornados)
- Separation challenges (temporary duty training assignments, deployments, field exercises)
- Family challenges (stress, parenting, well-being - both emotional and physical)
Our goal at Fort Rucker is to assist our Soldiers and their Families everyday by equipping, educating and empowering them with the tools to be "ready."
Frequently Asked Questions
Though Fort Rucker is mostly a training installation, we do have units and individuals who deploy in support of the overseas operations. To find information about your Soldier, check with your FRG.
There are many resources available to assist with problem solving. You can contact your FRG leader, or the unit FRG for solutions to various military-lifestyle challenges. Army Community Service is another valuable resource and can be reached at (334) 255-3815.
Yes. Military One Source can be reached by phone at (800) 342-9647 or at www.militaryonesource.com.
Support can be provided in many different ways — from making phone calls, to providing a meal for a Family who's just had a baby, to serving in a key position in the unit FRG. If you are interested in supporting your Soldier by volunteering in the unit FRG, please contact the FRG leader or unit FRG to see what opportunities are available.