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December 2011

Picture of a Soldier holding a girl.
 

Community Capacity Building 2012: Supporting Service Members, Families, and Family Support Professionals

Military Community and Family Policy, The University of Georgia Family and Community Resilience Laboratory, and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, through the Department of Defense and Department of Agriculture partnership have collaborated to provide the Building Community Capacity Initiative.


 

Joining Community Forces

Historically called Inter-Services Family Assistance Committees (or ISFACs), "Joining Community Forces" provide a reliable way for service members and their families receive the support and services they need in their communities.

A Marine saluting.

Child jumping on a playground.
 

Engaging Cooperative Extension to Build Community's Capacity

The Cooperative Extension System is a nationwide, non-credit educational network designed to help people use research-based knowledge to improve their lives. The service is provided by the state's designated land-grant universities. In most states the educational offerings are in the areas of agriculture and food, home and family, the environment, community economic development, youth, and 4-H.


OTHER FEATURES
 

JFSAP and On Demand: October to December 2011

As 2011 comes to a close and we prepare to ring in the New Year, we reflect on all your achievements.

Did You Know...

1. EFMP: Upcoming Special Needs Webinar   2. Red Cross New Reconnection Workshops

 

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The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and Family Policy is directly responsible for programs and policies that support community quality of life for service members and their families worldwide.