The Unit, Personal, and Family Readiness Program (UPFRP) is a unit centric program, guided by the Family Readiness Command Team that reinforces the relationship between the unit and the services relevant to the unit, the unit members, and their families. The primary goal of UPFRP is to empower Marines and family members, providing them the opportunities to not just survive but to thrive while taking on the challenges of the military lifestyle.
Family Readiness Services provide ways for Marines, Sailors, and their Families to build valuable problem-solving skills and find helping resources. Problem-solving skills are an essential aspect of workshops led by Marine Corps Family Team Building.
Operations Security (OPSEC) is a required annual training for all unit Appointed Volunteers, which include Command Team Advisors and Family Readiness Assistants. During this training, volunteers will learn about the latest OPSEC issues, including a special focus on social media.
Please contact your unit’s Uniformed or Deployment Readiness Coordinator (URC/DRC) to register for all Family Readiness Program trainings.
The Family Care Plan is an essential and mandatory part of military readiness that helps Marines focus on their job and mission during deployment, mobilization, training, or other times when duty calls. This one-hour workshop will highlight the four pillars: legal, medical, financial, and logistics, and help participants design their own solid plans.