- Outreach Program Overview & Locations
Outreach Program Overview
The Outreach Program offers briefings, classes and information on Directorate of Personnel & Family Readiness (DPFR) programs. It is a proactive preventive program that informs, educates and assists all Department of Defense (DoD) military personnel (Active Duty, Retired, Reserve and National Guard), DoD Civilians and their Families. This involves developing and implementing methods to actively inform eligible members and their Families of available social and related support services, and linking these services with target populations.
Service delivery methods include exported outreach services, network delivery, and off-base community venues.
Outreach Program Locations
- Unit Service Coordinators (USCs)
Unit Service Coordinators provide an active partnership with commanders to strengthen the referral process for DPFR programs. This insures that support services can be adapted to the specific needs of the units.
- Military OneSource
Service Members/Families, to include National Guard/Reserve, can also access Military OneSource. Military OneSource is a multi-faceted network serving as the single source for information, programs and services, and connectivity. It gives Military Families a choice for accessing services — by telephone, the internet, or at the nearest facility, active installation, Guard Family Assistance Center, or Reserve Center to receive personalized support regardless of their geographic location or Active Duty component.
- Request DPFR Support or Briefing
If you would like DPFR to provide a brief or host an information table at your unit/organization or upcoming event, please complete the following form.