AUSA Family Readiness 

AUSA's Family Readiness Directorate is dedicated to providing Army families the assistance they need to help them manage the challenges of military life. Through four pillars of support, Education, Information, Advocacy, and Outreach, AUSA Family Readiness provides a platform from which Army families can voice their issues and concerns.

 2015 Military Family Forums

 Can't attend in person? We will be live streaming each Military Family Forum. Links will be posted in early October.

AUSA 2015 Volunteer Family of the Year

AUSA is pleased to announce the 2015 Volunteer Family of the Year, the Sgt. Pogoncheff family nominated by The Captain Meriwether Lewis Chapter from Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Sgt. Blagoy Pogoncheff, his wife, Stacie and their children, Kelbie, Kailie, and Andon will receive the award at AUSA's Annual Meeting in October.

Spouse Membership Now Available

AUSA has a new membership category for Spouses! Sign up today to have the opportunity to make your voice heard, get involved at both the national and local level, pass on wisdom to younger spouses, and get involved in issues that you care about.  

                 

RESOURCES
AUSA’s Family Readiness Directorate offers numerous helpful publications for military families covering topics such as deployment, parenting, reintegration and financial planning. Publications and other materials are made available to military personnel and their family members as a courtesy by AUSA’s Family Readiness Directorate. Please Note: We are unable to provide large quantities of materials to supply units.

To request publications and other materials please click here: REQUEST

 

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RESOURCES
AUSA’s Family Readiness Directorate offers numerous helpful publications for military families covering topics such as deployment, parenting, reintegration and financial planning. Publications and other materials are made available to military personnel and their family members as a courtesy by AUSA’s Family Readiness Directorate. Please Note: We are unable to provide large quantities of materials to supply units.

To request publications and other materials please click here: REQUEST