What is FRG?
A Soldier/Family Readiness Group is a command sponsored organization of family members, volunteers, Paratroopers, and civilian employees belonging to a unit, that together provide an avenue of mutual support and assistance and a network of communications among the family members, the chain of command, chain of concern, and community resources.
What is an FRSA?
Family Readiness Support Assistants (FRSAs) are DoD employees who assist the command in properly and effectively responding to soldier and family needs by:
Providing information and referrals to families who need assistance to the appropriate installation/community resources Scheduling and coordinating training Assisting in establishing and updating FRG rosters working with the Rear Detachment Commanders to provide FRG leaders with timely and accurate information providing assistance with the preparation of pre-deployment, sustainment and reunion activities.
Assisting with FRG newsletters and websites helping to lighten the volunteer load.
Your FRSA can help you get involved with your FRG and establishing contact with on-post agencies.
To contact the 2BCT FRSA or a battalion level FRSA click on Units & Contacts.
For additional information for families click on the Newcomers link at the top or here: Newcomers.