The primary mission of the Family Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA) program is to provide administrative support services to commanders, rear detachment commanders (RDC), and volunteer Family Readiness Group (FRG) Leaders. FRSA’s are also responsible for maintaining the critical communication link between the RDC and FRG leaders, and for ensuring the responsiveness of established community resources to FRG's and Family needs and requirements. Forces Command (FORSCOM) provides guidance to subordinate commands regarding integration of the FRSA in units at the corps, division, brigade, and battalion levels-and utilize the Total Army Family Program (TAFP).
What is an FRG?
A Family Readiness Group (FRG) is an organization of Family members, volunteers, and Soldiers/civilian employees belonging to a unit/organization that together provide an avenue of mutual support and assistance and a network of communication among the Family members, the chain of command, and community resources of their respective units.
Virtual Family Readiness Group (vFRG)
An even easier way to explain and FRG is to say that basically Family Readiness Groups are comprised of members who care for each other, provide a helping hand when needed, answer questions, give moral support, and want to establish a sense of Family within the unit.
Army FRG is your direct connection to Command information for your unit. Register today for your unit's Virtual FRG site and get connected to all of the pertinent information and resources you need to stay informed and connected.
If you are looking to contact your Units FRG Leader or would like to be added to your Units FRG Distribution list, please contact your unit FRSA.
FRSA Contact Information:
43d Sustainment Brigade FRSA
FRSA Hotline: 719-524-1581
43d Special Troops Battalion FRSA
Bldg 842 719-524-2792
68th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion