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United States Army
Soldier & Family Readiness Center (SFRC)
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613
As a gateway to the resources you need, the Military and Family Support Center provides information, support and services to help you balance the demands of military life. The Military and Family Support Center is one part of the overall Family Readiness System, which is the network of agencies, programs, services, partnerships and individuals that supports your personal and family life readiness, mobilization and deployment readiness, and mobility and economic readiness. It should be one of your first stops once you arrive at a new installation. The programs and services are a key resource for you and your family. They include:
Military and Family Support Centers are part of the network of agencies, programs, services and partnerships which supports the overall well-being of military families. Military and Family Support Centers provide information, education and support programs to help balance the demands of military life. The Military and Family Support Center should be one of your first stops once you arrive at a new installation to connect with key programs, services and support systems.
Military and Family Support Centers may provide other programs such as the following:
These services may vary by location and installation. Find your specific center on MilitaryINSTALLATIONS.
The Family Center at Fort Huachuca is located in the Soldier and Family Readiness Center, Building 50010, telephone 520-533-2330. Additional programs include:
Army Volunteer Corps, 520-533-2330. The Army Volunteer Corps is a central point of contact for those wishing to volunteer in the community. Volunteering offers job skills, training, references and networking opportunities. Volunteers may earn certificates of appreciation, the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, etc., while being involved in your community.
Relocation Readiness, 520-533-5919. The Relocation Readiness program eases the burden of moving. Assistance offered includes official installation welcome packets, Newcomers Orientation, Lending Locker, overseas relocation briefings and various resources. Resources for foreign- born spouses (English as a Second Language and support groups) and for those families separated from their sponsor due to duty requirements are also available.
Army Emergency Relief, 520-533-5312. Assistance in the form of interest-free loans, grants or a combination of both to relieve financial distress of soldiers and their family members. AER offers scholarships for spouses and dependent children.
Financial Readiness, 520-533-2967. The Financial Readiness Program educates service members, family members and the Fort Huachuca community about financial issues. Services offered include budgeting, debt liquidation, credit concerns, security clearance concerns, consumer issues, Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, etc. Unit and group training and one-on-one appointments are offered.
Information, Referral and Follow-Up, 520-533-2330. Information, Referral and Follow-Up provides ready access to information to assist service members and their families in meeting needs and improving quality of life. It also maintains relationships with local information and referral agencies.
Exceptional Family Member Program, 520-533-6871. The EFMP is a mandatory enrollment program that coordinates with military and civilian agencies to provide community support, housing, education, medical and personnel services to families with special needs. The special need could be physical, emotional, developmental or intellectual. Examples of special needs are: asthma, allergies, diabetes, epilepsy, hemophilia, limited mobility, language difficulties, depression or developmental delays. The program also offers information on various support groups in the community.
Family Advocacy Program, 520-533-3986, 520-533-2993, 520-533-6873, or 520-533-6878. FAP is designed to preserve family wellness through prevention. Prevention is accomplished through awareness, education and support. These goals are achieved through distribution of written material, support groups and classes. Unit presentations may be arranged to meet group specific requirements:
Domestic Violence Program
Sexual Assault Prevention
Family Violence Prevention
Child Abuse Prevention
Victim Advocacy and Transitional Compensation
Survivor Outreach Services, 520-533-6879 or 520-533-5749. Survivor Outreach Services is a multi-agency approach to delivering services to survivors. With SOS, the Army can better identify the needs of others touched by the loss of a soldier. The SOS mission is to expand and improve services to survivors.
New Parent Support Program, 520-533-2330. The New Parent Support Program is a voluntary program that provides educational and supportive services and in-home services to military families with children up to three years old, including families who are expecting a baby. Focusing on family support, NEW PARENT PLUS attempts to increase family well-being through community education and the promotion of healthy family functioning.
Employee Assistance Program, 520-538-1287. The EAP provides assistance, guidance and counseling services for employees facing challenges in the workplace.
Sexual Harassment/Assault Response Program, 520-538-1287. The SHARP program is an integrated and proactive program aimed at ending sexual harassment and sexual assault through prevention, community education and support services.
Substance Abuse Prevention, 520-538-1284. The Substance Abuse Prevention Program supports the readiness and resilience of Soldiers, civilians and the community by raising awareness and providing education and training on the danger and consequences of drug abuse.
Suicide Prevention Program, 520-538-1287. The Suicide Prevention Program works to increase suicide awareness throughout the installation and community through education and intervention services.
Biochemical Testing, 520-538-1289 or 520-538-1398. Biochemical testing is located in Building 22414. The drug test coordinator and technician implement drug testing for all active-duty service members and applicable Department of the Army civilians to adhere with Army Regulation 600-85.
Military and Family Life Counseling, 520-255-6063. Military and Family Life Counseling provides short-term, situational, problem-solving and confidential counseling to service members and families. Counselors are available during office hours at the Soldier & Family Readiness Center, Child and Youth Services and 305th and 309th Military Intelligence Battalions.