If you are moving here from previous recruiting assignment, you are already used to the unique Army lifestyle. However, if you are new to recruiting, you will find this Army assignment is unique in many ways; one we hope you will enjoy and into which you can easily transition.
Think of this office as your mini-Army Community Services. We service roughly 500 people, to include Army recruiters, their families and single soldiers. We look forward to meeting you. If you need assistance, please contact us at 414-577-2527 or by email.
Battalion Family Liaison Program Contacts
Soldier Family Assistance Program Manager
Family Advocacy Coordinator
Military Family Life Consultants
The Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) is input from the people of the Army to Army leadership. It is a process that lets Soldiers and Families say what is working and what is not-AND what they think will fix it. It alerts commanders and Army leaders to areas of concern that need their attention, and it gives them the opportunity to quickly put plans into place to work towards resolving the issues. Visit the Army Family Action Plan at http://www.myarmyonesource.com
Army Family Team Building is a volunteer-led organization with a central tenet: provide training and knowledge to spouses and family members to support the total Army effort. It is AFTB’s mission to prepare our Army families to move successfully into the future. Visit Army Family Team Building at http://www.myarmyonesource.com
Family Readiness Groups provide direct connection to Command information for your unit. Register today for your unit’s Virtual FRG site at www.armyfrg.org and get connected to all of the pertinent information and resources you need to stay informed and connected.