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Facilitating family, community, and mission readiness.
Lily Kunkel, MSW, FAPA ² Davis-Monthan AFB
Outline of Presentation Mission Readiness Model y Why travel to the squadrons? y Building Your Team y Setting Up y Rough Visit Outline y Other Outreach Options y Conclusion y .
Mission Readiness Model Healthy Family = Healthy Air Force y Categories of Outcomes y Leader & Airmen Preparedness Force Protection & Social Support Airman & Family Wellness y New emphasis Increased visibility in squadron FAP orientation for new commanders/first sergeants More first sergeant consultations .
Why travel to the squadrons? y Family Advocacy Philosophy Bringing services to the family Relieving some responsibility y Our Philosophy Commanders and 1st Sergeants are busy Squadrons = Military Life in Action On their turf .
Building Your Team y Divide up the squadrons on your base Keep similar squadrons together Create teams within the FAP staff y Assign an equal (roughly) number of squadrons to each team y .
Setting Up Call each squadron and set up a meeting y Create a folder for the commander/first sergeant y Include information on the different FAP programs. and services y Track the date of each visit . classes.
Rough Visit Outline y Outreach Manager Introduces the team and explains FAP·s purpose y y Nurse Discusses the NPSP program Treatment Manager Gives an overview of a typical maltreatment case y Program Assistant/Tech Presents the concept of the CRB .
Other Outreach Options y Training Opportunities ² Get Creative! Roleplay y Informal Social Gatherings Key Spouse Meetings Hearts Apart Wives Clubs y Local Schools Poster Contest .
Conclusion Mission Readiness Model y Why travel to the squadrons? y Building Your Team y Setting Up y Rough Visit Outline y Other Outreach Options y Questions and Comments y .