Provides basic information on the Soldier and Family Readiness Group (SFRG) mission, volunteer roles and responsibilities, working with command and how to be an effective leader. SFRGs are a commander's program that allows for two-way communication between command and Families. Volunteers assist the command in executing the SFRG mission in positions such as the SFRG leader, key contact, and informal fund custodian.
DISCLAIMER: These training modules were developed in 2017 and do not include recent updates to the SFRG policy. For more information on these changes, please refer to Army Directive 2019-17 and HQDA EXORD 233-19.